Dinosaur
2-Disc Collector's Edition
Country of Origin: United States
Production year: 2000
Directors: Ralph Zondag, Eric Leighton
Rating: Rating
UPC [Locale]: 786936-147728
Running time: 1:22 (82 Min.)
Casetype: Keep Case
Format: NTSC, Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85:1
DVD-Format: Single-Sided, Double-Layered
Released: January 30, 2001
Collection type: Owned (#79)
Status: Available
Purchase date: August 31, 2001
Purchase price: Hidden
SRP: $39,99 USD
Purchase place:  • A&B Sound
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Overview
Presenting the all-encompassing 2-disc DVD edition of Disney's 'Dinosaur'. Go behind the scenes for a unique, inside view of the film that was twelve years in the making, and includes over 1,300 individual special effects!

Disney's 'Dinosaur', the most technologically advanced film ever, takes you on an action-packed journey back in time 65 million years! This pulse-quickening story of a herd of dinosaurs overcoming the challenge of their lives, is a unique blend of spectacular live-action photography and outstanding computer-generated Disney animation. Startlingly realistic characters and stunning backgrounds are all captured with absolute brilliance and superior sound, created directly from the digital source.
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Misc.
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Genres
Adventure
Family
Animation
Studios
Walt Disney Pictures
Buena Vista Home Entertainment
Audio format
EnglishDTS
EnglishDD
FrenchDD
CommentaryDD
CommentaryDD
Music OnlyDD
Subtitles
English
Tags
Region
Region: 1
Discs
# Description A B DS DL A DL B
1Main Feature
2Supplemental Features
Extras
 • Scene Access
 • Audio Commentary
 • Trailers
 • Deleted Scenes
 • Featurettes
 • Production Notes
 • Interactive Games
 • DVD-ROM Content
 • Multi-angle
 • Music Videos
 • Closed Captioned
 • THX
 • Dinopedia
Easter Eggs
Buena Vista Home Entertainmentís release of the spectacular Collectorís Edition of 'Dinosaur' contains a number of hidden features.

On the second disc of the set, go to a feature called 'The Production Process' where you can see a list of different features to choose from. Press the 'Right' arrow key on your remote control here and you will highlight a Dino skeleton head. If you press 'Enter' now, you will get to see a 5-minute clip that is an excerpt from the 'Disneyland Goes to the World's Fair' feature, which was originally broadcast on May 17th, 1964.

Another Dino head can be highlighted in the 'Creating the Characters' section on the second disc. Again, press the 'Right' arrow key to highlight the head, and then press 'Enter.' You will now see a feature called 'Render Bugs', which is a series of clips during which the computer generated images didnít turn out exactly the way the artists had hoped.

And yet another Easter Egg can be found in the 'Development' section on the second disc. Once again, select the Dino had on the page and you will get to see a 6-minute clip featuring the great Walt Disney himself, talking about the history
of animation with a section about Winsor McCay who created 'Gertie the Dinosaur'.

But thatís still not all. In The 'Publicity' section of the disc you can also select a Dino skull, which in return treats you to a 12-minute educational cartoon from 1993 called 'Recycle Rex.'
Crew
Direction
Ralph Zondag....Director
Eric Leighton....Director
Writing
John Harrison....Screenwriter
Robert Nelson Jacobs....Screenwriter
Walon Green....Screenwriter
Thom Enriquez....Original Material By
John Harrison....Original Material By
Robert Nelson Jacobs....Original Material By
Ralph Zondag....Original Material By
Production
Pam Marsden....Producer
Cinematography
David R. Hardberger....Cinematographer
S. Douglas Smith....Cinematographer
Film Editing
H. Lee Peterson....Film Editor
Music
James Newton Howard....Composer
Sound
Christopher Boyes....Sound Designer
Frank Eulner....Supervising Sound Editor
Terry Porter....Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Mel Metcalfe....Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Dean A. Zupancic....Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Christopher Boyes....Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Art
Walter P. Martishius....Production Designer
Cristy Maltese....Art Director
Cast
D. B. Sweeney....Aladar (voice)
Alfre Woodard....Plio (voice)
Ossie Davis....Yar (voice)
Max Casella....Zini (voice)
Hayden Panettiere....Suri (voice)
Samuel E. Wright....Kron (voice)
Julianna Margulies....Neera (voice)
Peter Siragusa....Bruton (voice)
Joan Plowright....Baylene (voice)
Della Reese....Eema (voice)
Matt Adler....Additional Voice (voice)
Sandina Bailo-Lape....Additional Voice (voice)
Edie Lehmann Boddicker....Additional Voice (voice)
Zachary Bostrom....Additional Voice (voice)
Cathy Cavadini....Additional Voice (voice)
Holly Dorff....Additional Voice (voice)
Greg Finley....Additional Voice (voice)
Jeff Fischer....Additional Voice (voice)
Barbara Harris....Additional Voice (voice)
David Allen Kramer....Additional Voice (voice)
Susie Stevens-Logan....Additional Voice (voice)
David McCharen....Additional Voice (voice)
Tracy Metro....Additional Voice (voice)
Daran Norris....Additional Voice (voice)
Bobbi Page....Additional Voice (voice)
Noreen Reardon....Additional Voice (voice)
Chelsea Russo....Additional Voice (voice)
Evan Sabara....Additional Voice (voice)
Aaron Spann....Additional Voice (voice)
Melanie Spore....Additional Voice (voice)
Andrea Taylor....Additional Voice (voice)
John Walcutt....Additional Voice (voice)
Camille Winbush....Additional Voice (voice)
Billy West....Additional Voice (voice)