The Jim Henson Hour (1989– )
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Living with Dinosaurs 

A socially awkward young English boy deals with his fears about his unemployed artist father, his pregnant mother, and his asthma, with the help of his favorite doll, a stuffed dinosaur named Dog.

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Paul Weiland
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Episode complete credited cast:
Michael Maloney ... Lee Marshall
Juliet Stevenson ... Vicky Marshall
Gregory Chisholm Gregory Chisholm ... Dom Marshall
Brian Henson ... Dog (voice)
Sue Dacre Sue Dacre ... Dog
David Greenaway David Greenaway ... Dog
Patrick Malahide ... Uncle Adrian
Darren Bastable Darren Bastable ... Victor
Gwyneth Strong ... Teacher
Myron McKay Myron McKay ... Friend
Byron Spiers Byron Spiers ... Case
Pippa Ford-Jones Pippa Ford-Jones ... Girl
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Jim Henson ... Himself - Host
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Dom's about to turn ten and he doesn't like fish, his father, his cousin or his new school. He's also not sure that he likes The Bulge that's about to become his new sibling. But he has a very special friend to listen to his troubles: his stuffed toy dinosaur, Dog, who talks to him and sings Elvis songs when other people aren't around. Written by Kathy Li

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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UK | USA

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English

Release Date:

1993 (USA) See more »

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it's 45 min movie about a talking, green backpack dinosaur
27 March 2017 | by mattrabbit1704See all my reviews

I have a friend, Viki, who has her nostalgia glasses on when she watches and thinks about this movie. She grew up with it and loves it. She wasn't like the rest of us who grew up on real movies like Goonies, An American Tail, The Land Before time and so on. So in reality, this is a movie about a talking backpack, who is plotting the downfall of his owner. We all have to undergo the suspension of disbelief when we watch movies, but a walking and talking green backpack dinosaur is to much. And worst of all, this came from Jim Henson studios, who made some of the greatest muppets ever. This puppet must have com from their trash.

Don't waist your time.


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