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Big Al Uncovered ()


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This documentary has a triple purpose: it discusses the marvelous discovery of Big Al in 1999 in Wyoming, it shows up-to-date evidence based on new discoveries like a "mummified" dinosaur... See more »

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Paul Bybee ...
Himself - Utah Valley State College (as Dr. Paul Bybee)
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Herself - Museum of the Rockies
Dale Russell ...
Himself - North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences (as Dr. Dale Russell)
Michael Stoskopf ...
Himself - North Carolina State University (as Prof. Michael Stoskopf)
Tim Williams ...
Himself - Gatorland

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Kate Bartlett

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Kate Bartlett ... ()

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Tim Haines ... executive producer

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Joby Gee

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Simon Clarke ... animator
David Marsh ... technical director: Framestore

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Ken Carpenter ... consultant

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This documentary has a triple purpose: it discusses the marvelous discovery of Big Al in 1999 in Wyoming, it shows up-to-date evidence based on new discoveries like a "mummified" dinosaur showing its innards and the shape of an allosaur brain, and also tells how _The Ballad of Big Al (2000) (TV)_ was created. Written by Jonah Falcon

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Also Known As
  • Big Al: The Science (United Kingdom)
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  • 30 min
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Movie Connections Spin-off The Ballad of Big Al (1999). See more »
Crazy Credits Dr. Rebecca Hanna places flowers on Big Al's grave ("Big Al RIP, died 145,000,000 BC) as the credits roll, and disappears over the ridge. After the credits end, Big Al appears, and chases after her over the ridge. You can hear her scream, then Big Al roaring. See more »

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