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10 September 2001 (USA) See more »
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Jack Horner ... Himself
Stephen Kemble ... Narrator (voice)

Directed by
Reuben Aaronson 
James McQuillan 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Steve Eder 
Georgann Kane  story
Steven Reich 

Produced by
Reuben Aaronson .... producer
Tomi Bednar Landis .... executive producer: Discovery Channel
James McQuillan .... producer
Manny Oteyza .... supervising producer (as Manuel Oteyza)
Original Music by
Bruce Chianese 
Geoff Levin 
Cinematography by
Reuben Aaronson (director of photography)
Chris Towey 
Film Editing by
Langdon Page 
Art Direction by
Mark Dubeau 
Production Management
Sydni Dreher .... production manager
Jonathan Ingalls .... post-production supervisor
Art Department
Mark Dubeau .... creature designer
Sound Department
Terrance Dwyer .... sound re-recording mixer
Jonathan Ingalls .... sound
Rick Norman .... sound effects editor
Monique Reymond .... foley artist
Visual Effects by
Mathieu Blouin .... lead animator
Genevieve Boisvert .... visual effects coordinator
Michael Borhi .... texture artist
Jean-Christophe Boue .... digital compositor: Meteor Studios
Jean-Christophe Boue .... lighting artist: Meteor Studios
Michael Brunet .... lead animator
Eddy Chan .... lead animator
Monique Deschamps .... lead animator
Sebastien Dostie .... digital artist
Stéphanie Dubé .... texture painter
Frederic Fortin .... technical director
Marie-Josee Gagnon .... lighting artist
Eric Gervais-Despres .... model maker
Aaron Gilman .... lead animator
Aaron Gilman .... senior animator
Joe Han .... senior animator
Shawn Hillier .... digital effects supervisor
Miae Kang .... lighting artist
Michael Kitchen .... lead animator
Emanuel LaFrance .... compositor
Virginie Lamotte .... digital compositor
Michael Latschislaw .... lead animator
Nadine Lavoie .... lead animator
Marc Massicotte .... digital compositor
Jamie Minett .... lighting artist
Thai-My Nguyen .... lead animator
Velislava Nikolova .... lead animator
Lorne Nudel .... lead layout artist
Christophe Pacaud .... compositor
Michelle Perez .... lead animator
Carl Prud'homme .... texture artist
Yves Rainville .... model maker
Bill Reetnos .... lead animator
Jean-Pierre Riverin .... lighting artist
Philippe Roberge .... digital compositor
Sean Samuels .... concept artist
Sue Hyunsook Shim .... lead animator (as Sue Shim)
Peter Skovsbo .... visual effects line producer
Andrzej Tutaj .... concept artist
Jay Williams .... visual effects producer
Dennis Yoo .... computer animator
Dennis Yoo .... senior animator
Jami Levesque .... director of technology (uncredited)
Animation Department
Steeve Boulianne .... layout artist
Editorial Department
Shawn P. Mitchell .... post-production assistant
Other crew
Rob Cacy .... production coordinator
Jack Horner .... scientific consultant

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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Great Documentary, 27 November 2006
Author: EugeneandSasha

This was a very good documentary about the infamous T-Rex. The CGI looked very good and especially in the scenes with the T-Rex.

Valley of the T-Rex basically was challenging the theory that T-Rex was this awesome cold-blooded killer that always hunted its prey. Jack Horner explains his opinion about the fact that T-Rex was probably a scavenger like hyenas and vultures.

He backed up his theory with a lot of good evidence (T-Rex's arms being to small, good sense of smell for sniffing out carcasses etc.). Many digs in Montana's badlands were filmed and I learned a lot about T-Rex.

The problem with this documentary is that it doesn't ask anybody's (partically another palaeontologist's) opinion. It only focuses on Jack Horner and him going on and on how T-Rex wasn't a predator but a hunter. The evidence looked believable but there was probably evidence against that theory that was not shown.

I also wouldn't really recommend this to people who absolutely love T-Rex. This will account for any negative reviews or comments. Again this was a very good documentary, it will probably change your perspective on T-Rex.

My Rating 8.7/10

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