Tammy and the T-Rex

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Tammy and the T-Rex
Theatrical poster
Directed by Stewart Raffill
Written by Gary Brockette
Stewart Raffill
Starring Denise Richards
Paul Walker
George Pilgrim
Greenline Productions
Distributed by Imperial Entertainment
Release dates
1994 (1994)
Running time
82 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Tammy and the T-Rex is a 1994 science fiction/comedy starring future stars and celebrities Denise Richards, Paul Walker and George Pilgrim. The low-budget film centers around the life of small town high school student Tammy, Michael (Tammy's boyfriend), and Billy Bad (Tammy's Ex-boyfriend).


Michael and Tammy are two high school kids that are in love with one another, despite Tammy's relationship with a bully named Billy, which escalates one afternoon into a violent fight in which Billy is beaten up by Michael. Later that night when Billy sneaks out to see Tammy. Billy and his thugs chase and catch Michael, throwing him into the wild Animal Park where lions run loose. A lion mauls Michael and he is left in a comatose state. He is brought to a hospital where his intoxicated uncle watches over him. Dr. Wachenstein and his assistant Helga declare Michael dead so they can use his brain to control an animatronic dinosaur that Wachenstein has created. After his brain is installed Michael escapes and wreaks vengeance on his high school tormentors and is reunited with his sweetheart Tammy.[1] She realizes the dinosaur is Michael and begins a search to find a more suitable body for him. However Dr. Wachenstein is in hot pursuit of his creation. This leads to a chase scene that ends with Michael killing the doctor. Police officers open fire and destroy the mechanical dinosaur. Tammy manages to recover Michael’s brain. In the end she takes it home with her and hooks his brain up to her computer, speakers and video camera which is temporary until they find a new body for him. Through the set up Michael is able to speak and see, which allows him to view Tammy performing a striptease. This causes the brain hookups to spark.[2]


External links[edit]

Trailer http://www.videodetective.com/movies/tammy-and-the-t-rex/514015


  1. ^ "Plot Summary" imdb.com. Retrieved on May 20, 2009
  2. ^ "Plot Summary" wsu.edu. Retrieved on May 20, 2009