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Dinosaurus!

USA 1960
produced by
Jack H. Harris, Irvin S. Yeaworth jr (co) for Fairview Productions/Universal
directed by Irvin S. Yeaworth jr
starring Ward Ramsey, Paul Lukather, Kristina Hanson, Alan Roberts, Fred Engelberg, Wayne C. Treadway, Luci Blaine, Howard Dayton, Jack Younger, James Logan, Wilhelm Samuel, Gregg Martell, Jack H. Harris
idea by Jack H. Harris, screenplay by Dan E. Weisburd, Jean Yeaworth, music by Ronald Stein, dinosaur models constructed by Marcel Delgado

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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All Bart (Ward Ramsey) wanted to do was equip a Caribbean island paradise with its own harbour, even if the island's gouvernment representative Hacker (Fred Engelberg) tries to sabotage his efforts every step along the way, because ... well, he's the baddie of this piece. Anyways, eventually Bart's man find two frozen stiff dinosaurs (a tyrannosaurus rex and a brontosaurus) and a Neanderthal man (Gregg Martell), and during the next thunderstorm they all thaw and come to life. And while Bart is busy getting all the villagers to a safe place (an abandoned but easy to defend castle), Julio (Alan Roberts), Hacker's ward, befriends the Neanderthal and later also the brontosaurus, but in a fight with the tyrannosaurus rex, both the Neanderthal and the brontosaurus die ... oh, and Hacker too. After a bit more to and fro, Bart defeats and kills the evil dinosaur using a bulldozer.

 

I like dinosaurs - and especially those who come back to life in modern days (well, only in movies of course) ... but Dinosaurus! just didn't cut it for me at all. Basically, the film is much too busy losing itself in subplots that don't even involve the dinosaur to ever fully come to fruitition, way to0o much focus is put on the rather annoying kid and the Neanderthal man, who comes across as a bit too funny for his own good, and the narrative buildup ... well, it's simply not there. Add to this that the dinosaur effects are way less than perfect but not bad enough to be hilarious, and the cast uniformly fails to impress, and you're left with - very little in fact, not worth your time and money.

 

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