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Disney's animated Dinosaur gets a superb deluxe DVD release with this two-disc package. The film is presented in a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. Closed-captioned English soundtracks are rendered in both Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS 5.1, while a French soundtrack has been recorded in Dolby Digital Stereo. The remarkably extensive extra features include a pair of commentary tracks (one featuring the director and the special effects supervisors, the other ...
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Disney's animated Dinosaur gets a superb deluxe DVD release with this two-disc package. The film is presented in a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. Closed-captioned English soundtracks are rendered in both Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS 5.1, while a French soundtrack has been recorded in Dolby Digital Stereo. The remarkably extensive extra features include a pair of commentary tracks (one featuring the director and the special effects supervisors, the other by the producers), dinosaur facts and games, and an audio track that allows the visually impaired to experience the film. The second disc includes featurettes concerning the development of the film, the various stages of animation, the special effects, and the music and sound design, as well as sequences deleted during production, a demonstration of the film's complicated audio mix, and a handful of hidden "easter eggs." This is a fantastic DVD because it provides information that will appeal to both those with an interest in dinosaurs and film enthusiasts who want a more detailed explanation of the work that goes into state-of-the-art animation.
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Special Features

This Collector's Edition boasts two discs. The first includes audio commentaries by the directors and effects supervisors as well as other members of the creative team. There are abandoned and deleted sequences, hidden "Easter Eggs," an isolated sound-effects-only track and a treasure trove of supplemental features -- nearly three hours worth -- that chart the film's evolution in sketches and animation tests.
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Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
A fittingly oversized box-office hit from 2000, Dinosaur is the computer-animated tale of an orphaned dinosaur, adopted by lemurs, who eventually joins a migrating dino herd in search of nesting grounds. As veteran Disney fans will recognize, this is not a giddy ride like the Robin Williams-fueled Aladdin. Rather, the film is more of a Homeward Bound-styled odyssey, with a voice cast including D. B. Sweeney and Julianna Marguilies that plays it straight. What truly widens eyes here, though, are the undeniably awesome computer-generated images, depicting dinosaurs romping and stomping in photo-realistic backgrounds. There are two DVD editions of this artistic milestone. The single-disc edition contains four segments that chronicle the painstaking production process, as well as two games, a "Dinopedia" of dinosaur facts, and DVD-ROM links to the Web. The Collector's Edition boasts two discs. The first includes audio commentaries by the directors and effects supervisors as well as other members of the creative team. Some of the tidbits here are especially fun, such as the revelation that Zini, the misfit lemur, was inspired in part by the Michael Richards Seinfeld character, Kramer. There are abandoned and deleted sequences, hidden "Easter Eggs," an isolated sound-effects-only track and a treasure trove of supplemental features -- nearly three hours worth -- that chart the film's evolution in sketches and animation tests. Young Dino-maniacs will eat this up.
All Movie Guide - Karl Williams
A landmark achievement in computer animation, Dinosaur (2000) is one of the most expensive films ever made by Disney and a visual tour de force, although it suffers from a by-the-numbers plot line reminiscent of a Screenwriting 101 class. After a powerful opening sequence featuring the dizzying flight of a pterodactyl and a meteor shower probably too intense for the film's intended audience of young children, Dinosaur lumbers into familiar territory with a programmed story in which every beat is telegraphed far in advance. Mindless villains that don't exactly ramp up the tension and less than inspired vocal performances from leads Julianna Margulies and D.B. Sweeney, neither of whom has a particularly memorable or unique voice, add little to the proceedings. Regardless of the film's script problems, however, Dinosaur is a feast for the eyes; it represents, along with its equally successful box office competitor Chicken Run (2000), a year of major advances in the overall quality of film animation.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/30/2001
  • UPC: 786936147728
  • Original Release: 2000
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  • Source: Walt Disney Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Theatre Wide-Screen (1.85.1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Dolby 5.1 / Stereo
  • Sound: Dolby Digital, stereo
  • Language: English, Fran├žais
  • Time: 1:22:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
D.B. Sweeney Voice Only
Alfre Woodard Voice Only
Ossie Davis Voice Only
Max Casella Voice Only
Hayden Panettiere Voice Only
Sam Wright Voice Only
Julianna Margulies Voice Only
Peter Siragusa Voice Only
Joan Plowright Voice Only
Della Reese Voice Only
Technical Credits
Eric Leighton Director
Baker Bloodworth Co-producer
Christopher Boyes Sound/Sound Designer
Dave Hardberger Cinematographer
John Kent Harrison Screenwriter
Mary Hidalgo Casting
James Newton Howard Score Composer
Robert Nelson Jacobs Screenwriter
Ruth Lambert Casting
Cristy Maltese Art Director
Pam Marsden Producer
Walter Paul Martishius Production Designer
H. Lee Peterson Editor
S. Douglas Smith Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Disc #1- Feature
0. Chapter Selection
1. Main Title/Attack! [:01]
2. The Egg's Journey [:16]
3. Aladar Hatches [:03]
4. Aladar Grows Up [:08]
5. The Ritual [3:54]
6. The Meteor Strikes [2:39]
7. Aftermat [:03]
8. Dangerous Encounter [:00]
9. Meeting The Herd [:03]
10. New Friends? [:02]
11. Breaking The Ice [:09]
12. The Crossing [:03]
13. Reaching The Lake [:03]
14. Water! [:02]
15. Bruton Is Trapped [:03]
16. One Down [3:11]
17. Left Behind [2:21]
18. The Fate Of Bruton [:01]
19. Carnotaurs! [:05]
20. A Dead End? [:05]
21. The Nesting Grounds [:02]
22. Blocked Passage [:03]
23. A New Leader [:04]
24. Standing Together [:00]
25. The Final Conflict [:04]
26. Welcome Home [:03]
27. End Credits [3:20]
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Menu

Disc #1- Feature
   Bonus Material
      Film Fact Fossil Dig
      Aladar's Adventure
      DinoSearch
         1
         2
         3
      Dinopedia
      Special Audio Features
         Audio Commentary One: Directors: Eric Leighton, Ralph Zondag Visual Effects Supe
         Audio Commentary Two: Producer Pam Marsden hosts a panel of production team memb
         Isolated Sound Effects Only Track
      DVD-ROM Features
   Set Up
      Spoken Languages
      Captions
   Play
   Sneak Peeks
      Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
      Disney's California Adventure
      Atlantis
      Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure
      102 Dalmatians
      The Hunchback of Notre Dame II
      Disney's Interactive "Atlantis" Prequel
Disc #2- Supplemental Features
   Development
      Proof of Concept Test March 1996
      Live Action Backplate Test Oct. 1996
      Early Presentation Reel Dec. 1996
      Presentation Reel Oct. 1998
      Visual Development
   Creating the Characters
      Dinosaurs
         Designing The Dinosaurs
         Building The Dinosaurs
         Character Design
            Aladar Design
            Aladar Turnaround
            Kron Design
            Kron Turnaround
            Neera Design
            Neera Turnaround
            Bruton Design
            Bruton Turnaround
            Baylene Design
            Baylene Turnaround
            Eema Design
            Eema Turnaround
            Url Design
            Url Turnaround
            Carnotaurs Design
            Carnotaurs Turnaround
            Velociraptor Design
            Velociraptor Turnaround
            The Herd
            Unused Character Concepts
      Lemurs
         Building The Lemurs
         Preliminary Lemurs Designs
         Plio Design
         Plio Turnaround
         Yar Design
         Yar Turnaround
         Zini Design
         Zini Turnaround
         Suri Design
         Suri Turnaround
   The Production Process
      Creating a Prehistoric World
      The Monster Cloud
      The Dino Cam
      Story Reel & 3D Workbook
         "Aladar Joins The Herd" Production Progression
            Story Reel Only
            3D Workbook Only
            Final Film
         "Aladar Joins The Herd" Comparisons To Final Film
            Story Reel To Film Comparison
            3D Workbook to Film Comparison
      Progression Reels
         Opening Sequence
         Aladar Meets The Misfits
         Aladar Finds Water
   Music & Sound
      Music
      Sound Design
      Audio Mix Demonstration
   Abandoned Scenes
      The River Crossing
      The Grandparents Perish
      Struggle For A Resting Place
      Bruton & Lieutenants Attacked
      Death On The Trail
      Old Gotoma
   Publicity
      Trailers
         Trailer #1
         Trailer #2
         Convention Trailer
      TV Spots
         Dawn of Time
         Countdown
         Kids/Fun
         Embryo
      Print Advertising
   DVD Credits
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    AMAZING!!!!!!!!!

    This is a movie that the whole family will enjoy.... I am 15 and i thought this was probably the best Disney Film in AGES!!!!!!! the effects were stunning and i loved all of the characters!!!!!!.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Hmmm

    I believe that some viewers OVERANALYZED this highly entertaining but obviously FOR CHILDREN film...I doubt it was intended to be 100% scientifically accurate...much like the OTHER Disney movies...or maybe that's just me.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    My son went crazy for this movie

    This is a great introduction for boys and girls who love dinosaurs. The animation is so lifelike and the story is truly touching. Even adults will love this movie. When we first rented it my son watched it four times in one week!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Stunning!

    When a meteor shower falls over the home of the dinosaurs, they are forced to travel a long way to the nesting grounds -- without food, water, or shelter, and under the ruling of Chrone, a ruthless leader who believes that only those who can keep up will make it. But then things go too far, and then Alidar comes to the rescue. With steller animation, live backgrounds, and a great plot, Dinosaur will be a hit forever. It truely is a stunning classic.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Wrong facts bring down the Movie

    I really wanted to enjoy DISNEY's DINOSAUR, but it was too hard knowing that they were promoting wrong facts. Don't get me wrong, the story was exceptional and the graphics were good (JURASSIC PARK's were better.) but the movie is just - bad. For one thing, there were no lemurs 65 million years ago! They did not evolve for another million years or so. And dinosaurs are not cold-blooded as the lemurs promoted. They are warm-blooded. The reason is this, lizards, for example, are cold-blooded and have to crawl on the ground to generate the heat from the ground. Yet dinosaurs tood upon their hind legs, rising their stomachs from the ground. Since then that they would not be able to generate heat from the ground, and they had to get it from the sun, like a mammal or bird. And the meteor explosion was a great effect, but the dinosaurs were nearly allilahated. The remains evolved into birds. Back to the warm/cold blooded thing. Raptors were a main dinosaur that stood on their hind legs. Yet the movie gave them two different sets of eyelids, which was just wrong! They couldn't have two sets, once again, having Disney promoting they were lizards instead of birds. Next, nearly half of the dinosaurs were not around when the setting took place in the Cretaceous. The iguanadon didn't exist as well as the carnotaur. The brachiosaur did not belong as well. So now we go to the carnotaur, about the only dinosaur that DISNEY had gotten right, except for the time period. Yet could there have been a bigger villian? The carniivore was about as big as the iguanadons. They should have used a T-Rex, making the struggle more difficult and more entertaining for us the viewers. Now this is the last probelem that I'm going to write down in this review: The dinosaurs TALKED! Dear God what was up with that? They were looking like cartoons and they talked! It was just wrong. Everything about the movie was wrong. A sad dissapointment.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2001

    FANTASTIC

    This video was truly outstanding. My son and I loved this movie. Cannot wait for it to be released. If you love Disney, you'll love this movie!!!!!

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