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Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. An orphaned dinosaur raised by lemurs joins an arduous trek to a sanctuary after a meteorite shower destroys his family home.
Directors: Eric Leighton , Ralph Zondag. Stars: D. Sweeney , Julianna Margulies , Samuel E. Available on Amazon. Added to Watchlist.
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Aladar voice Samuel E. Kron voice Peter Siragusa Bruton voice Julianna Margulies Neera voice Joan Plowright Baylene voice Della Reese Eema voice Matt Adler Edit Storyline During an attack on a pack of Iguanodon, an egg is separated and ends up with the possession of a group of lemurs.
Taglines: You have never seen anything like this. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Initially, Directors Eric Leighton and Ralph Zondag were to use the popular Tyrannosaurus Rex as this movie's antagonistic predator, but at around the time of production, The Lost World: Jurassic Park was released, which depicted a somewhat softer, motherly side to the classic dinosaur.
Thus, a Carnotaurus was used. However, they still changed the Carnotaurus' size and ferocity to that of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Goofs At one point during the migration, Aladar is talking to one of the lemurs who are riding on his back, but the other three lemurs are missing.
In the next shot, all four are again on his back. Quotes [ first lines ] Plio : Some things start out big, and some things start out small, very small.
Grant Seeker played by actor Wallace Langham. Seeker decides to skip most of the safety notes and get to talking about what his intentions are.
He intends to use the time rover and the guests that were supposed to take a tour to go on a mission to save an Iguanodon from extinction and bring it back to the Dino Institute.
He says that he tagged him with a locator during a previous "unauthorized" field trip. He then goes on to say that the Iguanodon is at the very end of the Cretaceous period.
However, Dr. Marsh comes into the control center to "correct a little misstatement. Seeker then continues his "safety briefing" by talking about flash photos and seatbelts.
Marsh leaves the room during that small section of the video, and Seeker unlocks the time coordinates behind her back.
Automatic doors on the opposite side of the theatre open up to the entrance of the loading area. Guests enter an underground research facility where the time rover will pick them up.
Once the riders get on, they pull up forward for a seatbelt check. They then proceed to a testing zone, where they are transported to prehistoric times.
When they land, guests can smell the jungle and trees around them while they come across a Styracosaurus , an Alioramus , a Parasaurolophus identified only as "hadrosaur" , and a Velociraptor.
Seeker, their driver, then locks onto the signal of the tracker on and the ride becomes much bumpier. The scanner built into the rover picks up a big dinosaur, and Seeker thinks that it is the Iguanodon.
He pulls the rover to a full stop, but find out that the dinosaur is a Carnotaurus. The rover takes off away from the Carnotaurus , and finds another big dinosaur with the scanner.
The dinosaur is a Saltasaurus identified only as "sauropod". It sneezes on the Time Rover and guests may smell the plants it eats.
The rover starts to pull away again. The timer that counts down to the asteroid that causes the mass extinction claims that the asteroid is going to strike in 90 seconds, and the rover starts to pick up the pace.
The scanner finds a Coloborhynchus identified only as "pterodactyl" that is flying directly towards them. The rover drives down a small hill and dodges the pterosaur.
Now in almost complete darkness, the rover speeds through the forest and picks up a pack of Compsognathus on the scanner that is running through the forest with them.
The rover falls down another small hill and loses traction. The Carnotaurus the riders saw before appears in front of them, and walks towards the Time Rover.
Seeker turns on the four-wheel drive system and successfully gets the rover away just before the Carnotaurus gets the rover. Suddenly, a giant meteor starts striking the ground, and the rover performs evasive maneuvers to dodge the meteors in the darkness.
After dodging the meteors successfully, the rover then stumbles upon the Carnotaurus once again, which tries to lunge at them.
This is where the ride takes the rider's photo. The rover takes off again into a small section of the forest where some of the trees are falling down.
The scanner finds the Iguanodon , but Seeker decides to abort the mission and bring the rover back, as the asteroid is about to strike.
A tree was about to fall on the rover, but the Iguanodon catches the tree and the rover proceeds. The asteroid strikes the ground and creates a flash of light, and the Carnotaurus is seen giving one last lunge.
However, at the last second, the rover transports back to the institute, and somehow, the Iguanodon came with them.
The rover then proceeds to the loading station. The riders then get off and proceed to some stairs , which leads to the gift shop.
As guests leave, they can see Dr. Marsh and the Dino Institute employees attempting to chase down the Iguanodon and Dr. Seeker on overhead TV monitors.
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