100 Years of Horror (1996– )
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Dinosaurs 

Unrated | | Documentary, Horror | Episode aired 1996
A look at dinosaur movies including "The Lost World", "The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms", and "Godzilla".
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Episode credited cast:
William Alland ...
Himself - Producer, 'The Land Unknown'
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Herself - Actress
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Himself - Writer
James Carreras ...
Himself - Chairman, Hammer Films (archive footage)
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Himself - Actor
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Himself - Author, 'The Dinosaur Encyclopedia'
Val Guest ...
Himself - Director, 'When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth'
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Himself - Special Effects Designer
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Himself - Host
Mark Thomas McGee ...
Himself - Writer
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Himself - Co-Director, 'Dinosaur Island'
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Herself (voice) (archive footage)
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Herself - Actress
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A look at dinosaur movies including "The Lost World", "The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms", and "Godzilla".

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Dinosaurs
14 April 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

100 YEARS OF HORROR is a 26-episode TV series made in 1996 and featuring the delightful Christopher Lee as host, his sonorous narration exploring the history of horror cinema in the 20th century. Each themed episode contains plentiful clips from the films mentioned along with brief interview footage seemingly culled from other documentaries as well as TV shows and the like.

The last episode of 100 YEARS OF HORROR is one of the biggest in scope yet - it's all about dinosaurs as portrayed in the movies. Some of the early 1920s efforts are covered before things really kick off with the double-whammy of THE BEAST FROM 20,000 FATHOMS and then GODZILLA. Plenty of fun - and sometimes funny - clips accompany discussion of the films, with the usual suspects like Ray Harryhausen and Donald F. Glut providing commentary.


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