Dinosaur Island (2002 film)

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Dinosaur Island
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Directed by Will Meugniot
Produced by Christy Buskirk (coordinating producer)
Written by John Loy
Starring Kim Carlson
Philip Chen
Anadella Lamas
Lynette Moore
Loreen Pickle
Hilary Williams
Distributed by DIC Entertainment
Release date
June 3, 2002
Running time
74 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Italian
French

Dinosaur Island is a 2002 animated film from DiC Entertainment directed by Will Meugniot.

Plot summary[edit]

Four teenagers are chosen to participate in a Survivor-style television show. They are:

On the way to their filming location, their plane is brought down by an electrical storm. As the plane falls, they parachute out onto what appears to be an island, landing on an isolated mesa. The island, however, is inhabited by a variety of dinosaurs. The island is also inhabited by a form of unfriendly prehistoric human, Homo habilis. The four have to escape from both the dinosaurs and a tribe of Homo habilis.

Dinosaurs[edit]

Release[edit]

Dinosaur Island was released a direct to home video movie. As the movie was produced as a take-off on the Survivor TV format, the small screen was considered the best overall method of release. Due to its success in Italy, L'isola del Dinosauri was additionally released in a special 3-Pack that included Pam Carter's Time Kid and Scott Heming's The Archies in Jugman.

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