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Re: Third Jurassic Park Movie Coming in 2000

Do take into consideration that just about everyone in Jersey ( and
everywhere else ) had already seen Lost World by the time it was released
on video. Every time I take kids out on field trips ( 50 and 60 at a time
)to teach them something about Oligocene marine fossils, all I hear about
from them is dinosaur and everyone of them is intimately familiar with JP
and LP. Briefly stated, the dinosaur renaissance WILL NEVER BE OVER!


Stephen Faust                   smfaust@edisto.cofc.edu

On Mon, 29 Jun 1998 Danvarner@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 98-06-29 22:07:26 EDT, you write:
> <<  There are probs with this idea, of course. 
>  Fill in the blanks. >>
> Dear Dr.Dunn, I'm probably the only one on this list who hasn't submitted a
> review of the last J.P. film. I was in a local video store here in New Jersey
> on a horrid night full of rain and wind late last winter just after _The Lost
> World JP_ was released in video. The store was packed and absolutely NO one
> was renting ANY of the 200 copies of _The Lost World, Jurassic Style_on the
> shelves. Apparently, nobody wanted to pay to see a rubber compsognathid chew
> on a guy's nostril. One more like that one and the Dinosaur Renaissance is
> over and now it's time for Dinosaur Rococo. And besides, shouldn't you be
> telling us that _King Kong_, _The Lost World_(1925), and _The Black Scorpion_
> with some of the censored creatures from Kong are all on cable TV this week?
> Dan Varner.