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The world desperately needs more men like...MASTEN THRUST!! It's hard to believe that this was a Rankin/Bass production.  Richard Boone (not Pat ) had one of the all-time great voices. 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. 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. 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. If memory serves me correct, Bunta was played by Luther Rackley, a back up center for the NY Knicks. Damn you. I had blissfully forgotten all about this movie. Thanks a lot...lol... Wow...Back then "dingdong" was basically the "C" word wasn't it? 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 The world desperately needs more men like...MASTEN THRUST!! It's hard to believe that this was a Rankin/Bass production.  Richard Boone (not Pat ) had one of the all-time great voices. 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. 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. 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. If memory serves me correct, Bunta was played by Luther Rackley, a back up center for the NY Knicks. Damn you. I had blissfully forgotten all about this movie. Thanks a lot...lol... Wow...Back then "dingdong" was basically the "C" word wasn't it?
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

  • 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.

  • Fatty Buccha Says:

    March 06, 2011 at 1:02 am

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

  • 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.