A crash landing dumps five hunks and four space-babes into a lake on an alien world. The astral castaways swim to shore, but the beautiful Cindy (Mary Appleseth) decides to strip to her bra and panties (see picture above) and go for a swim. She is eaten by a gator creature right away. The survivors plunge inland and realize they are on a world dominated by dinosaurs. Lee (Louie Lawless...no relation to Lucy) is the leader, but no one respects him. He always wants to run from the creatures, but everyone else, including the babes, want to fight them and hunt them. Nyla (Pamela Bottaro) was thinking of romancing him, but Lee's cowardice and indecision causes her to start to romance the brute, Jim (James Whitworth). Jim grunts where Lee whimpers. Jim wants to kill, Lee wants to compromise with the new environment. Nyla wants a real man.
When Nyla is attacked by a monster spider, it is Jim who saves her. Under Lee's command, the monsters continue to look at the survivors as a buffet. Everyone, except Lee, learns how to man-up, even the resident skank, Derna (Derna Wylde). Group cohesiveness begins to crumble. Lee's rank is losing its luster, and our group starts making weapons. The space-babes begin selecting their men, and Lee looks like the odd man out. After the very shapely Derna goes down fighting to a T-Rex, and Charlotte (Charlotte Speer), the shapely nurse, is attacked by a raptor, our group makes a momentous decision.
Will Lee regain the respect of our castaways? Will the real men of the crew and the space-babes get together and propel the human race on this alien world? History shows that in 1977 America was looked at as a wimpish nation. President Carter did nothing to show the world that America would stand up for freedom. Then..."Planet of Dinosaurs" comes out showing that men can still be men and women can still be space-babes...and America was good again. Available on YouTube, see "Planet of Dinosaurs" and ignore the latest "Jurassic Park" bore.