Jurassic Park III: How they created the dinosaurs
Discovery has been showing "When Dinosaurs Roamed America" and excerpts from "Jurassic Park III" all this week - check it out at
I heard that the head of the T-rex in the movie can 'swing around' to look behind him at over 100Mph and it uses an engine over 1000hp to do this.
Pretty neat stuff
[This message has been edited by Mark Stubblefield (edited 07-18-2001).]
Building on what socalgal said, check out that show "When Dinosaurs Roamed America".. it's very cool. Also, if they come on again, I HIGHLY suggest watching the special on the Mammoth (the one in Siberia they recently found and airlifted to a frozen cave for study/preservation), and also "When Dinosaurs Roamed the Earth" (I think it's called that, anyway). The latter show received several nominations for Emmy Awards (?), and is an EXCELLENT show.
I love the Discovery Channel...
When Dinosaurs Roamed America
I think it's now only available on VHS and DVD. As i recalled it was never aired as the schedule on the site indicated; 2 weeks prior to July 15 I was anxiously waiting and when the day comes there was something else inplace of the show (yes it was July 18 @ 8:00PM ET indeed)...well I did see the ad about the title but it's for sale only. Anyway I wasn't home last nite to see the repeated show - if there was any - I'll seat tight til this coming Sunday...and see if they r gonna show it.
Arrr...(July 15 @ 8:00PM ET) I meant.
Arrghh... How they created those Dinosaurs? That's not the most important question regarding this movie - what's more appropriate is 'How did we forget to write a movie around them?'
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