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Re: Gwangi model and Disney's DINOSAUR (was: Dinosaur TV Week)
In a message dated 99-03-15 12:53:11 EST, you write:
<< The article doesn't say precisely which
models were sculpted by whom, but there is an implication that Gwangi was a
If you have a copy of Julian Huxley's _The Wonderful World of Life_1969
edition, Doubleday and Co. Pub., Library of Congress Catalog Card No.
68-14986, on page 56 there is a color photo of Hayward's B.M.(N.H.)
tyrannosaur model. Compare to Gwangi. Other photos of the model have appeared
elsewhere. This book is a great source, however, due to the many late
illlustrations by the late, great, Maurice Wilson. Dan Varner.