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Essential dinosaur pack [videorecording].

Contributor(s): Wood, Jimmie | New, Mike | Panzarella, Johnny | Slater, Christian | Monk, Dave | Prichett, Harry | Kirkland, James | Aaronson, Reuben | McQuillan, James | Prum, Ann Johnson | Copeland, John, 1950- | Lespinois, Pierre de | Wortman, Gary | Monk, Kathy | Levitt, Daniel | Discovery Channel (Firm) | FilmOasis, LLC | Coneflower Productions (Firm) | Science Channel (Television network) | Evergreen Films | Normandy Films (Firm) | Brave New Pictures, Inc | Towers Productions, Inc | Veriscope Pictures (Firm) | Image Entertainment (Firm).
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: Chatsworth, CA : Distributed by Image Entertainment, c2008Description: 2 videodiscs (ca. 480 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Uniform titles: Dinosaur planet (Television program) Subject(s): Dinosaurs | Tyrannosaurus rex | Therizinosaurus | Paleontological excavations -- Montana | Paleontological excavations -- United StatesGenre/Form: Documentary television programs. | Science television programs. | Television series.
Contents:
Valley of the T. rex / T. Rex: new science, new beast / When dinosaurs roamed America / Utah's dino graveyard /
Dinosaur planet / The mystery dinosaur / Dinosaurs: return to life? /
Narrators: Jimmie Wood (Valley of the T. rex), Mike New (T. rex: new science, new beast), Johnny Panzarella (Utah's dino graveyard), Christian Slater (Dinosaur planet), Dave Monk (The mystery dinosaur), Harry Prichett (Dinosaurs: return to life?) ; expert paleontologist, James Kirkland (Utah's dino graveyard).Summary: Travel back to prehistoic times to get to know the fascinating creatures, the dinosaurs. From groundbreaking discoveries involving the T. rex to the intriguing possibility of dinosaurs returning to life. Follow the excavation and research of a new species of Therizinosaur, the most primitive member of a bizarre group of feathered dinosaurs. Using state-of-the-art computer animation, live-action backgrounds and the latest scientific finds.
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Disc 1. Valley of the T. rex / produced for Discovery Channel by FilmOasis, LLC ; produced & directed by Reuben Aaronson and James McQuillan -- T. Rex: new science, new beast / produced by Coneflower Productions for The Science Channel ; produced and directed by Ann Johnson Prum -- When dinosaurs roamed America / produced by Evergreen Films, LLC for Discovery Channel ; producer, John Copeland ; director, Pierre de Lespinois -- Utah's dino graveyard / produced for Normandy Films for The Science Channel ; producer/director/writer, Gary Wortman.

Disc 2. Dinosaur planet / produced by Evergreen Films, LLC for Discovery Channel ; producer, John Copeland ; director, Pierre de Lespinois-- The mystery dinosaur / produced by Discovery Channel by Brave New Pictures, Inc. in association with Towers Productions ; director/producer, Dave Monk & Kathy Monk -- Dinosaurs: return to life? / produced for Discovery Channel by Veriscope Pictures ; producer/writr/director, Dan Levitt.

Narrators: Jimmie Wood (Valley of the T. rex), Mike New (T. rex: new science, new beast), Johnny Panzarella (Utah's dino graveyard), Christian Slater (Dinosaur planet), Dave Monk (The mystery dinosaur), Harry Prichett (Dinosaurs: return to life?) ; expert paleontologist, James Kirkland (Utah's dino graveyard).

Travel back to prehistoic times to get to know the fascinating creatures, the dinosaurs. From groundbreaking discoveries involving the T. rex to the intriguing possibility of dinosaurs returning to life. Follow the excavation and research of a new species of Therizinosaur, the most primitive member of a bizarre group of feathered dinosaurs. Using state-of-the-art computer animation, live-action backgrounds and the latest scientific finds.

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DVD, widescreen (1.78:1) and full screen (1.33:1); Dolby Digital stereo., NTSC.

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