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Re: KING KONG T. rex by Czerkas
In a message dated 98-11-04 19:05:29 EST, you write:
Forrie Ackerman is the owner of at least two of the Delgado dinosaurs. I ran
pictures of these in the second or third issue of The Dinosaur Times
for sale at D.I.G. -- is that a plug or what?).
The Ackermonster has several Delgado Kong models at his home in Horrorwood,
Karloffornia. The Stegosaurus, Pteranodon, and Brontosaurus head and neck
assembly are there. The Triceratops is elsewhere and several other models are
in existence...except the Tyrannosaurus (which was originally supposed to
battle the Stegosaurus inside a temple in the unmade _Creation_. According to
George Turner, the author of _The Making of King Kong_, the whereabouts of the
Tyrannosaurus is unknown. Even if it exists as only an armature, it would be
the Holy Grail for a lot of us. Dan Varner.