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Re: Dino Movie Trivia Question

-- [ From: Mike Gindling * EMC.Ver #2.5.02 ] --

I bought "the Shy Steg. of Criole Creek"  from our school book club.  Just
the other day I was thinking about this book and how it influenced to study
dinosaurs but I could not remeber the title.  Thanks for completeing the
Mike G.
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Date: Thursday, 01-Oct-98 12:12 PM

From: Danvarner@aol.com        \ America On-Line: (Danvarner)
To:   Dinosaur Interplanetary Gazette \ Internet:    (dinosaur@dinosaur.org)
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Subject: Re: Dino Movie Trivia Question

In a message dated 98-09-29 18:44:43 EDT, you write:

 Does anyone know the name of a film in which a kid (male) finds an egg
 (triceratops) that hatches into (guess what) a Triceratops.  Circa 1966.
  This was a made-for-television movie. According to the invaluble _The
Dinosaur Scrapbook_by Don Glut, It was an NBC Children's Theatre production
in the spring of 1978. I remember seeing it and reading the charming book as
a kid (does anyone remember _The Shy Stegosaurus of Cricket Creek_?). The
book's illustrator, Louis Darling was the husband of Lois Darling, formerly
a scientific illustrator at the American Museum. Her work appears in a
number of Colbert books. Louis Darling's drawings were based on sculptures
at the American museum. The Triceratops in the film was the 1964-65 World's
Fair sculpture by the late great Louis Paul Jonas created for the Sinclair
Oil exhibit. There was no animation that I remember. Dan Varner.

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