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Oh my God the memories of watching this movie and being amazed by it when I was 5. I still love this movie to this day, even with all the terrible effects. Wow...Back then "dingdong" was basically the "C" word wasn't it? Richard Boone (not Pat ) had one of the all-time great voices. Good grief, this movie makes the old Land Of The Lost look like Jurassic Park. Best part starts at 4:35, I remember as a little kid laughing at the absurdity of it. nice bike helmets Man I loved this as a kid. Actually on the whole this movie is worth watching if you can find it, has great acting from Richard Boone (FYI he's the voice of another Rankin/Bass character. Maybe you've heard of him, name's Smaug!) and the story is pretty compelling, although a clear parallel to Moby Dick is hard to miss. Damn you. I had blissfully forgotten all about this movie. Thanks a lot...lol... It's hard to believe that this was a Rankin/Bass production.  The world desperately needs more men like...MASTEN THRUST!! If memory serves me correct, Bunta was played by Luther Rackley, a back up center for the NY Knicks. The Last Dinosaur movie from 1977 Great video clips

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The Last Dinosaur 1977 great clips

The Last Dinosaur movie from 1977 Great video clips Oh my God the memories of watching this movie and being amazed by it when I was 5. I still love this movie to this day, even with all the terrible effects. Wow...Back then "dingdong" was basically the "C" word wasn't it? Richard Boone (not Pat ) had one of the all-time great voices. Good grief, this movie makes the old Land Of The Lost look like Jurassic Park. Best part starts at 4:35, I remember as a little kid laughing at the absurdity of it. nice bike helmets Man I loved this as a kid. Actually on the whole this movie is worth watching if you can find it, has great acting from Richard Boone (FYI he's the voice of another Rankin/Bass character. Maybe you've heard of him, name's Smaug!) and the story is pretty compelling, although a clear parallel to Moby Dick is hard to miss. Damn you. I had blissfully forgotten all about this movie. Thanks a lot...lol... It's hard to believe that this was a Rankin/Bass production.  The world desperately needs more men like...MASTEN THRUST!! If memory serves me correct, Bunta was played by Luther Rackley, a back up center for the NY Knicks.
The Last Dinosaur 1977 great clips
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  • 92sonicnerd Says:

    March 06, 2011 at 1:02 am

    Oh my God the memories of watching this movie and being amazed by it when I was 5. I still love this movie to this day, even with all the terrible effects.

  • MaximvsDread Says:

    March 06, 2011 at 1:02 am

    Damn you. I had blissfully forgotten all about this movie. Thanks a lot...lol...

  • VikingFyre Says:

    March 06, 2011 at 1:02 am

    Man I loved this as a kid. Actually on the whole this movie is worth watching if you can find it, has great acting from Richard Boone (FYI he's the voice of another Rankin/Bass character. Maybe you've heard of him, name's Smaug!) and the story is pretty compelling, although a clear parallel to Moby Dick is hard to miss.

  • Luis Blasini Says:

    March 06, 2011 at 1:02 am

    The world desperately needs more men like...MASTEN THRUST!!

  • David Gee Says:

    March 06, 2011 at 1:02 am

    Good grief, this movie makes the old Land Of The Lost look like Jurassic Park. Best part starts at 4:35, I remember as a little kid laughing at the absurdity of it.

  • Lucy Fir Says:

    March 06, 2011 at 1:02 am

    nice bike helmets

  • Fatty Buccha Says:

    March 06, 2011 at 1:02 am

    Wow...Back then "dingdong" was basically the "C" word wasn't it?

  • Bill Burns Says:

    March 06, 2011 at 1:02 am

    If memory serves me correct, Bunta was played by Luther Rackley, a back up center for the NY Knicks.

  • TheMighty Chabunga Says:

    March 06, 2011 at 1:02 am

    Richard Boone (not Pat ) had one of the all-time great voices.

  • Claire Guthy Says:

    March 06, 2011 at 1:02 am

    It's hard to believe that this was a Rankin/Bass production.