Films: At the Earth's Core (1976)
Alias: Rostrumasaurus, Uintatherium-beasts, Mahar, Blonosaurus, Giant Plant, Flame Toad
Height/Weight: Ranges from that of an average human to that of a large house.
Affiliation: Evil (Mahar), Neutral (everything else)
Summary: Once again, Doug McClure is back to remind us that in a non-American world, the white man is the only savior (just a heads up, we heavily DISAGREE). In this case, he is not even on Earth, but under it.
History: Underneath the continents, there is a new world. A place known as Pellucidar, a primitive realm filled with monstrous giants and empires run by evil creatures. When Doug and Peter Cushing head there, they're immediately enslaved by the Mahar, a race of pterosaur-like beings that demand sacrifice and/or death.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: For the creatures that died, a Uintatherium-beast gets gored by its rival, a Blonosaurus gets stabbed to death by Doug, the flame toad gets hit with one arrow too many before falling off a rock and EXPLODING, and the Mahar are all killed in the wake of a revolution started by Doug. Because of course only he can be the hero.
Powers/Abilities: The flame toad can breathe fire, and the Mahar can hypnotize people with their gaze.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-While they certainly try to be intimidating, many of these creatures can come off as goofy, with the stiff beaky Rostrumasaurus being a prime example.
Trivia: -This film was based on the Edgar Rice Burroughs' stories featuring Pellucidar, and even debuted on his birthday, September 1st.
-Apparently Doug McClure was so needy to show his testosterone that during an ill-fated shooting of one of the fight sequences, the opposing stuntman lost a finger.