You've just crossed over into the Dinosaurus Zone

Special effects wizard Marcel Delgado was given less than half the time originally agreed upon to create the dinosaur models for the 1960 movie 'Dinosaurus!.' The studio initially agreed to give him five to six weeks, as he requested, but two weeks later he was told that they would begin production on Tuesday. As a result the stop-motion animation crew used their brontosaurus model and miniature jungle set to film a shot for an episode of TV's Twilight Zone, "The Odyssey of Flight 33."




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