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Re: Disney's Dinosaur

In an interview that is part of an article in D.I.G.'s coverage of the Disney
Dinosaur movie, Pam Marsden, the producer, makes it quite clear that Dinosaur
is not intended to be a science film.

MKIRKALDY@aol.com wrote:

> Disney has begun heavy publicity for "Dinosaur."  It is the cover feature
> for the May 15 edition of Newsweek, and the stories are on-line at:
> http://www.newsweek.com/nw-srv/printed/us/ae/a19541-2000may7.htm
> ("Building a Better Dinosaur")
> and
> http://www.newsweek.com/nw-srv/printed/us/ae/a19542-2000may7.htm
> ("When Dinosaurs Roamed the Earth")
> In "Building a Better Dinosaur," we should all be proud when it states:
> "Some may still choose that option: dino fanatics flooded the Internet
> with angry posts when they discovered that the realistic (and silent)
> beasts they had seen in an early trailer spoke English."
> Disappointingly, the film is only 82 minutes long, although it is rated PG.
> Mary
> mkirkaldy@aol.com

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