A rare foray into live action by Hanna-Barbera, Korg: 70,000 B.C followed the adventures of a Neanderthal family trying to survive in prehistoric times. Korg and Mara had three children: Tane, Tor and Ree.
This live-action drama depicts the struggle for survival of a family in the Neanderthal era. Korg and his family of five make their way in a world where the unknown is never more than a few hundred feet away. Whether they're learning how to protect their life, giving fire, encountering strange animals who share their land, or coping with the hardships of changing seasons, Korg and his family are a weekly source of fascination. Jim Malinda stars as Korg, Bill Ewing as Bok, Naomi Pollack as Korg's wife, Mara, and Christopher Man as Korg's oldest son, Tane, Charles Morteo stars as the younger son, Tor, and Janelle Pransky as Korg's daughter, Ree.