Extreme Dinosaurs intro
|Created by||Louis Gassin|
|Directed by||Rich Trueblood|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||52 (list of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Allen J. Bohbot|
Kaaren Lee Brown
Ralph J. Sorrentino
Paul De Cham
|Running time||22 min|
|Production company(s)||DIC Productions L.P.|
|Original network||Syndication (BKN Kids Network)|
|Original release||September 1 –|
December 24, 1997
|Related shows||Street Sharks|
|Slogan||Teeth! Claws! Muscles & Jaws!|
Extreme Dinosaurs is an American animated series produced by DiC Productions L.P. in 1997 based on a 1996 toy line from Mattel. This show is a spin-off of Street Sharks (where they first appeared as the Dino Vengers).
The plot revolves around a group of dinosaurs that survived extinction and were subsequently captured by an extraterrestrial criminal and transformed into mutants to help take over an alien planet. After the dinosaurs rebelled against the criminal they split into two opposing factions: the first, known as the Raptors relentlessly attempts to spark global warming to make Earth's temperature more comfortable for dinosaurs. Meanwhile, the other faction, the eponymous Extreme Dinosaurs goes on an all-out effort to thwart Raptors' designs and save the planet.
The show is in the same vein as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Jurassic Park. Bohbot Entertainment ran Extreme Dinosaurs in syndication as part of their BKN Kids Network block where it aired for one season in 1997.
The series starred a Tyrannosaurus, a Triceratops, a Stegosaurus, and a Pteranodon that were transformed into super warriors by an interdimensional criminal named Argor Zardok. They rebelled against the alien criminal and do battle with Argor's second group of warriors known as the evil Raptors. Eventually, the Raptors' objective is to cause global warming by increasing the Earth's temperature, which will make life on earth more comfortable for dinosaurs.
Extreme Dinosaurs 1996 toy line
Extreme Dinosaurs is a series of toys created by Mattel in 1996. It later spawned a TV Show in 1997 with the same name. Originally called "Dino Vengers," these toys are about a group of college teens who turn into Dinosaurs (the plot for the toys is a lot different than the plot of the TV show). The main toys are "T-Bone," "Bullzeye," "Spike," "Stegz," and "Hard Rock." The enemies of the toy line are "Bad Rap," "Haxx," and "Spittor." Later on, the toys expanded into "Dino Vision" toys, which let you see through the Dinosaur character (as if you were the dinosaur). There were also War Paint and recolors of the toys. The toys were also a spin-off of "Street Sharks", a toy line also by Mattel that later was made into a TV show.
- T-Bone (voiced by Scott McNeil) - A Tyrannosaurus, and the team's leader who is usually attentive to the primary objective even where the others are distracted. His signature move, that he can perform alone or with any in the group, is the "Saurian Stomp" which shakes the local ground. T-Bone is light yellow and wears black boots (wherein one of his claws protrudes through the right boot), dark green pants, and shoulder pads.
- Stegz (voiced by Samuel Vincent) - A Stegosaurus who is the team's technological specialist and the most contemplative of the four. He can curl his body into a destructive saw blade, using the plates on his back as its cutting edge. Stegz is apple green and wears purple shorts and black boots.
- Spike (voiced by Cusse Mankuma) - A Triceratops with one broken horn who is the Extreme Dinosaurs' martial arts expert and the residential chef. Despite his eagerness to fight, he tends a garden in his free time. Spike is iceberg blue with a dark purple under his tail and wears brown shorts, brown leg bands, a yellow belt, and is always barefoot.
- Hard Rock (voiced by Blu Mankuma) - An Ankylosaurus from an alternate reality inhabited by humanoid dinosaurs. After helping them against the Raptors, Hard Rock joined the Extreme Dinosaurs. He is the principal pacifist. Hard Rock is tan and wears red pants with grey boots.
- Bullzeye (voiced by Jason Gray-Stanford) - A wise-cracking Pteranodon whose chief weapon is a shriek of ear-splitting frequency. Bullzeye is lazy and given to impulse buying. Bullzeye is maroon red and wears yellow pants, black shoes (which his claws protrude through), and a gold necklace.
- Bad Rap (voiced by Garry Chalk) - The leader of the Raptors. He is orange with yellow stripe tail and a metal brace-like device attached to his mouth. He briefly had a weapon on one hand that dissolved solid matter effortlessly. This is later replaced by a rocket-launcher. Bad Rap wears a yellow strap over his torso and waist and black shorts. His goal is to permanently alter the Earth's biosphere to closely resemble the Mesozoic.
- Haxx (voiced by Lee Tockar) - A mahogany Raptor with implants on the backs of each wrist that produce green blades. His tail has been replaced with a blade that is capable of spinning like a drill. Haxx is the most-gifted among of all of the main characters with his abilities, but he is set back by his low intelligence. He wears pink shorts.
- Spittor (voiced by Terry Klassen) - The brains of the Raptors. He is mulberry-purple with white on his neck, chest and feet. Spittor wears no clothing and carries a tank of various liquids released from nozzles on his hands, tail, and mouth.
- Cyber-Raptors - Robot versions of Raptors built by Spittor against the Extreme Dinosaurs. They first appeared in the episode "Cyber Raptors".
The Quadrainians are a race of blue-skinned humanoids from the largely-unseen Quadrainia.
- Argor Zardok (voiced by Terry Klassen) - Argor Zardok is a wanted criminal from Quadrainia who arrives on Earth in the Mesozoic and transforms most of the principal characters into his personal soldiers. He ended up causing the K-T Event by equipping Bad Rap with a supremely-powerful weapon.
- Chedra Bodzak (voiced by Louise Vallance) - A female law officer stranded on Earth alongside the Extreme Dinosaurs and distinguished by constant reference to a 'Codebook' containing the laws of her society. She serves as a mentor to the Dinosaurs and as a comic foil when they transgress her book's edicts.
- Queen Zarconda (voiced by Kathleen Barr) - The queen of an alien world in "Colloso-Dome," who kidnaps T-Bone, Spike, and Stegz to satisfy her amusement.
- Gort (voiced by Terry Klassen) - Zarconda's right-hand man.
- Dr. Rebecca Scarwell (voiced by Marcy Goldberg) - A secretive scientist researching mutations and extraterrestrials, who captures the Extreme Dinosaurs more than once.
- Peter Benning (voiced by Samuel Vincent) - A paleontologist determined to capture the Extreme Dinosaurs and Raptors for fame and glory.
- Count Alexander Von Skullheim (voiced by David Sobolov) - A nefarious criminal who appears in "Agent Double-'O' Dinosaur."
- General Amadi (voiced by Alec Willows) - An unbalanced general who appears in "Raptorian Crude."
- John Rathbone - A hunter who appears in "Safari-Saurus."
- Dr. Monstromo - An evil doctor who appears in "The Mysterious Island of Dr. Monstromo."
- Ridge (voiced by Scott McNeil) - A dinosaur of unknown species (likely a Dilophosaurus) who fights as champion in an intergalactic fighting arena.
- Prince H (voiced by Jacques Bourassa) - The Prince of England, who sometimes helps the Extreme Dinosaurs with some missions.
- Porcupine Duvall (voiced by Garry Chalk) - A paleontologist and owner of a private Dinosaur Museum which the Extreme Dinosaurs inhabit as their lair.
- Nigel Moorehead (voiced by Garry Chalk) -
- Dylan (voiced by Andrew Francis) -
- Ditto - Stegz's pet ostrich, hatched from an egg which Badrap mistook for a Velociraptor egg. He appears in three episodes.
- Dr. Morales (voiced by Lee Tockar) - A scientist who appears in the episode Raptoroid.
|Nº||Title||Written by:||US air date||PC|
|1||"Out of Time"||Robert Askin,|
|September 1, 1997||277-101|
|A wanted criminal from Quadrainia named Argor Zardok appears in Earth's past 65 million years ago and transformed some dinosaurs and raptors into anthropomorphic creatures with sentient intelligence. Bad Rap is given a Quadrainian weapon which he used to inadvertently cause the extinction of the dinosaurs. The dinosaurs and raptors are able to escape certain death thanks to a Quadranian enforcer named Chedra Bodzak. Both the dinosaurs and raptors slept for the next 65 million years to awake in modern times.|
|2||"Fossil Fooled"||Jeff Kwitny||September 2, 1997||277-102|
|The episode where the entire plot of the rest of the season is established. Bad Rap and the rest of the Raptors are dissatisfied with Earth's climate. They plan to cause global warming to raise Earth's temperature to make it more comfortable for raptors. The Extreme Dinosaurs are determined to stop the Raptors in meeting their goals. Bad Rap's first idea to cause global warming is to set the world's oil fields on fire, releasing more CO2 into the Earth's atmosphere.|
|3||"Ick-thysaurus Vacation"||Gildart Jackson||September 3, 1997||277-103|
|The Extreme Dinosaurs go to Mexico only to be lured by the Raptors into a trap. T-Bone, Spike, and Stegz gets captured by Becky Scarwell and taken to Roswell to be examined. Bullzeye was the only one not to be taken and goes to Roswell to free his friends. The Raptors discover a nest of eggs, and Bad Rap is convinced they are raptor eggs.|
|4||"Inevitable Eggztinction"||Elizabeth Stonecipher||September 4, 1997||277-104|
|Bad Rap is positive the eggs discovered are raptor eggs. His hope is for them to be hatched so he could raise an army of raptors to take over the world. The Extreme Dinosaurs plan to capture the Raptors, but the Raptors are able to avoid being captured and take over a nuclear military base to continue incubating the eggs. Bad Rap at the end learns the eggs are really ostrich eggs and quickly abandons his plans.|
|September 5, 1997||277-107|
|A huge asteroid is coming toward the Earth. If it were to hit, the Earth will be pushed into an orbit closer to the sun causing temperatures to rise. The Raptors kidnap a scientist, the only man who has access to a top secret super laser that could effectively blow up the asteroid in space and save the world.|
|6||"Bullzeye Surfs the Web"||Jules Dennis||September 8, 1997||277-109|
|Stegz sends out a intergalactic signal to contact other dinosaurs. The Raptors are able to pick up the signal and lure the Extreme Dinosaurs into a trap. Meanwhile, Bullzeye buys a device from the home shopping channel that could view websites in 3d. A freak electrical discharge from Stegz's communication device hits Bullzeye, giving him the phenomenal ability to cause anything to appear just by thinking about it. Bullzeye learns the other Extreme Dinosaurs were captured by the Raptors and uses his new superpower to free his friends and defeat the Raptors.|
|7||"Saurian Sniffles"||Doug Molitor||September 9, 1997||277-106|
|The Raptors go to a chemical depot with a highly reactive material that will super-heat on contact with sunlight. Their plan was thawed by the Extreme Dinosaurs early on, but still they were determined to go back for the chemical. Bad Rap and the Raptors go to a natural history museum to steal amber with mosquitoes from the dinosaur era. These mosquitoes have the Jurassic Flu which the Raptors hope will make the Extreme Dinosaurs too sick to fight.|
|8||"Jurassic Art"||Jeff Kwitny||September 10, 1997||277-118|
|The Raptors have a magnetic amplifier which they attach to the Eiffel Tower. This will cause the effects of the electromagnetism to be increased, enough to change the Earth's polar axis. Meanwhile, Spittor is hailed as a great new artistic discovery after accidentally spraying green slime on the wall in the Louvre.|
|9||"Mission Implausible"||Dennis O'Flaherty||September 11, 1997||277-108|
|The Raptors recruit a human hacker to infiltrate a military control outpost, giving them control of nuclear submarines, which they intend to use to trigger five undersea volcanoes. With the help of Prince H, the Extreme Dinosaurs need to disrupt the Raptors' control before the submarines launch.|
|10||"Cyber-Raptors"||Michael Maurer||September 12, 1997||277-113|
|Peter Benning, still obsessed with capturing the Extreme Dinosaurs, lures them into a high-tech dinosaur amusement park. However, the Raptors discover this plan and take over the park, pitting the Dinosaurs against its automatons, including their own brand of "Cyber-Raptors".|
|11||"Loch Ness Mess"||Ken Pontac||September 15, 1997||277-110|
|The Raptors attempt to manipulate the Loch Ness Monster - a surviving plesiosaur - into helping them destroy the Extreme Dinosaurs. While visiting the Loch to investigate, the Dinosaurs are themselves mistaken for a type of Nessie.|
|12||"Dialing for Dinosaurs"||Douglas Booth||September 16, 1997||277-112|
|Bad Rap and the Raptors have been stealing hard drives, and while T-Bone and the others try to apprehend them, BullzEye gets distracted by a commercial causing him to fail his mission. BullzEye gets a pep talk about his distraction, and must be reminded that watching television during a mission just doesn't mix. Meanwhile, Stegz in the process is trying to find the name of the company that the hard drives were stolen from.|
|13||"There's No Place Like Dome"||Temple Mathews||September 17, 1997||277-119|
|The Raptors have decided to resettle into a bio-dome, a place with an artificially-controlled environment made for rare endangered plants, some of which are on the brink of extinction. They set the controlled temperature to be just right for Raptors, endangering the rare plants in return. The Extreme Dinosaurs are called to evict the Raptors from the bio-dome to help save the plants.|
|14||"Raptorian Crude"||Douglas Booth||September 18, 1997||277-115|
|The Dinosaurs investigate a water plant giving off a mysterious glow on the satellite signal. The Raptors are the suspects of the matter yet again, and Spittor's new invention, "liquid lightning", could be the undoing of the Extreme Dinosaurs, or worse, the whole human race.|
|15||"The Rulebook of Love"||Ken Pontac,|
|September 19, 1997||277-120|
|The Raptors use Chedra's love of strategy, law and order against the Extreme Dinosaurs so they can acquire the necessary chemicals to assemble and use an Ozone bomb.|
|16||"Monstersaurus Truckadon"||David Schneider,|
|September 22, 1997||277-105|
|Spike splits from the team because of his hot-headed nature to fight after he had a crude battle with the Raptors which they end up escaping from. He joins up with a wrestling agent and decides to battle it out with machines. The Raptors decide to build the ultimate fighting machine to bring Spike's new career - and Spike himself - to an end.|
|17||"The Incredible Shrinking Dinosaurs"||Matt Uitz||September 23, 1997||277-116|
|When the Raptors steal a drone aircraft and try to defoliate the rain forests - in hopes that it will speed global warming - the Extreme Dinosaurs set out to stop them. Unfortunately, it turns out to be a much bigger task than they expect, when a freak accident temporarily shrinks them to the size of insects!|
|18||"Lunar Toons"||Chris Ord,|
|September 24, 1997||277-114|
|The Raptors hijack a rocket leading to the moon. The Extreme Dinosaurs learn that the Raptors have hijacked it from a news report, and suspect the Raptors are after a device that may cause global warming.|
|19||"Have a Nice Daynosaur"||Robert Askin||September 25, 1997||277-121|
|Upon finding Argor's cruiser, T-Bone, Spike, and the Raptors end up in an alternate dimension inhabited by humanoid dinosaurs and a female Quadranian. The Raptors use their Aggression Activator device to turn the local raptors to their side. With the help of an inhabitant named Hard Rock, T-Bone and Spike must thwart the Raptors before they convert all the raptors on this world to their side.|
|20||"Bones of Contention"||Barry Hawkins||September 26, 1997||277-123|
|The skeletons of four dinosaurs, unearthed by a Florida construction company, come to life and go on a rampage through downtown Miami. The Extreme Dinosaurs try to stop them, but they find out it won't be easy: when they've been smashed, these "Skelesaurs" reassemble themselves into one enormous "Megasaur"! To make things worse, the Raptors have unleashed a new and even meaner generation of Cyber-Raptors.|
|21||"The Bad Seed"||Douglas Booth||September 29, 1997||277-124|
|The Raptors have caused New York City to be overrun by gigantic, mutant vegetation: plants that release ozone-destroying fluorocarbons instead of oxygen. The Extreme Dinosaurs must get to the root of the problem before the plants destroy New York - and the ozone layer!|
|22||"Earth Vs. The Flying Raptors"||Michael Maurer||September 30, 1997||277-127|
|After watching too many bad science fiction movies, Bad Rap hits on the perfect scheme to wrest control of the Earth from the humans: steal a flying saucer (from Becky Scarwell's Roswell installation) and stage his own alien invasion. But when the Extreme Ones try to foil Bad Rap's scheme, the Dinosaurs and the Raptors get an even bigger shock - the real aliens have arrived, looking for their missing saucer and its crew!|
|23||"Rebel Without a Clue"||Temple Mathews||October 1, 1997||277-111|
|The Raptors steal a weapon from a faulty-weapon storage facility in yet another attempt to cause global warming. They kidnap a scientist to help them fix the weapon. The Extreme Dinosaurs must stop the Raptors and rescue the scientist in time to catch up with the biker-movie marathon on TV.|
|24||"Day of the Condorsaurus"||Elizabeth Stonecipher||October 2, 1997||277-130|
|Bullzeye gets hit in the head and loses his memory. He thinks he is a condor and befriends a woman at a condor sanctuary until his memory returns. The Raptors uses a sonic device to drive away humans from a tropical island. They buy the island for cheap due to its unsuitability for humans. Bad Rap is hoping to conquer other warm tropical places with the sonic device.|
|25||"The Dinosaur Prophecy"||Temple Mathews||October 3, 1997||277-122|
|Bad Rap and his gang are after a stone tablet that is said to predict the future of dinosaurs. The temple that contains the tablet has also an object that grants its possessor tremendous power. The Extreme Dinosaurs are caught between stopping the Raptors' plans and a trap that was set up against them by an old foe.|
|26||"The Raptor Who Would Be King"||Douglas Booth||October 6, 1997||277-128|
|Bad Rap conspires with a queen-wannabe to overthrow the rightful Queen and replace her with her husband. The Extreme Dinosaurs set out to thwart their plans and protect their royal friend Prince H.|
|27||"The Return of Argor"||Dennis O'Flaherty||October 7, 1997||277-125|
|Bullzeye is haunted by Argor just before the latter makes his comeback after being in suspended animation for 65 million years. The Raptors are excited that their "dad" is coming back, however, their excitement is short-lived.|
|28||"Jealousaurus on Ice"||Peter Hunziker||October 8, 1997||277-129|
|Spike is jealous of Hard Rock after he steals his thunder during one of the Extreme Dinosaurs' skirmishes with the Raptors. In an attempt to prove himself, Spike goes after the Raptors alone, however, he is sent and trapped in the Bermuda Triangle by their latest weapon. Spike must find a way back, and the Extreme Dinosaurs must help their buddy and bring him back for a surprise they have prepared for him.|
|29||"Shrink Rap"||Gildart Jackson||October 9, 1997||277-117|
|Dr. Scarwell is back with a weapon that shrinks and "digitizes" objects. She tricks both teams to her base so that she can turn the dinosaurs and raptors into digital entities that could be uploaded and studied on a computer. The Extreme Dinosaurs escape her plans unharmed, while the Raptors are shrunk and transformed into "pure information". Realizing that they could use the Internet to travel to any place and do anything, the Raptors attack power stations along the western seaboard of the US to stop air-conditioning and ruin other electricity-based services. The Extreme Dinosaurs are up to the rescue, but not before doing some shrinking of their own.|
|30||"Night of the Living Pumpkins"||Barry Hawkins||October 10, 1997||277-131|
|It's Halloween, and the Extreme Dinosaurs are after the Raptors again. This time the Raptors are digging into a volcano to release lava and heat up the atmosphere. In their attempt to stop them, the Extreme Dinosaurs release a parasite that attacks and neutralizes the aggression center of the brain, which in turn infects them causing them to become nice. The Extreme Dinosaurs' friends must cure them from the parasite so that they can stop the latest Raptors' plan.|
|31||"A Few Good Dinosaurs"||Greg Johnson||October 13, 1997||277-133|
|The Raptors have kidnapped the G7 leaders in order to coerce them into signing pro-global warming contracts. The Extreme Dinosaurs and the recently retired Porcupine McVells' old sergeant must rescue them and put an end to the Raptors' plan.|
|32||"Captain Pork"||Douglas Booth||October 14, 1997||277-134|
|Dr. Scarwell finds an alien ship with two aliens inside it. In her attempt to gain their intelligence, her body is controlled by the criminal alien, while Pork's body is controlled by the officer who is hunting the criminal. The Raptors use this opportunity to get on the criminal's good side in an attempt to control the world and heat it up.|
|33||"Lights, Cameras, Raptors"||Jules Dennis||October 15, 1997||277-132|
|Spittor manages to create S.A.P., a very powerful corrosive liquid which can melt metal and bedrock. Bad Rap plans to use the S.A.P. to create sinkholes that lead straight to the Earth's molten core in order to heat up the Earth's surface. They need access to a certain tar pit in Los Angeles to make more S.A.P., so Bad Rap decides to make a movie as cover for their operations. The Extreme Dinosaurs crash their film in order to stop their plans and neutralize the dangerous liquid.|
|34||"Enter the Dinosaur"||Jeff Kwitny||October 16, 1997||277-136|
|Bullzeye and Hard Rock learn the secrets of Aikido from master Karma Tupjuk, whose amazing martial arts skills let him perform superhuman feats. The two Dinosaurs must use their new moves to protect their friend's Tibetan sanctuary from the Raptors, who want to exploit Tupjik's powers for their own nefarious ends.|
|35||"The Weresaur"||Ken Pontiac,|
|October 17, 1997||277-137|
|Miners of Transylvania are being haunted by a "Weresaur", so this gets the Extreme Dinosaurs investigating, but it could lead to Bad Rap... or bad results.|
|36||"Jinxed"||Eleanor Burian-Mohr||October 20, 1997||277-135|
|Bullzeye's new obsession - calling Madame Woolenska's Psychic Hotline for advice - has left him convinced that he's jinxed. When T-Bone, Spike and Stegz are captured by Dr. Scarwell, Bullzeye thinks it's all his fault! It's up to Madam Woolenska (who only told Bullzeye he was jinxed as part of an elaborate publicity stunt) to lift the curse in time for Bullzeye to save his friends.|
|37||"Tiptoe Through the Tulips"||Douglas Booth||October 21, 1997||277-138|
|While battling the Dinosaurs, the Raptors stumble into a greenhouse laboratory and are accidentally sprayed with an experimental growth hormone that causes them to grow to enormous size. The Extreme Dinosaurs must figure out how to cut Bad Rap down to size before the giant Raptors can carry out their plan to cover the North Atlantic sea with burning oil.|
|38||"Cliff Notes"||Eric Luke||October 22, 1997||277-142|
|When a small plane carrying a brilliant scientist and his latest invention - a new type of engine that could cause catastrophic global warming - makes an emergency landing in the mountains, the Extreme Dinosaurs must find them before the Raptors do. But a series of disasters, as well as some traps laid by Spittor, cause the Dinosaurs to become separated, forcing Stegz to find a way to take on all the Raptors alone.|
|39||"Colosso-Dome"||Michael Maurer||October 27, 1997||277-139|
|The Extreme Dinosaurs are captured by an alien spacecraft and taken to the planet Krat, where the tyrannical Queen Zarconda forced them to compete in her gladiator arena, the Colosso-Dome. The Extreme Dinosaurs must do battle with Queen Zarconda's champion - a tough Diplothasaurus named Ridge - and find a way to bring the house down on the Colosso-Dome.|
|40||"Dinosaur Warriors"||Michael Maurer||October 28, 1997||277-140|
|After destroying the Colosso-Dome (episode 39), the Extreme Dinosaurs and Ridge join forces with Krat's heroic rebels to overthrow Queen Zarconda and restore freedom to their world - and find a starship so the Extreme Ones can make it home.|
|41||"Surfasaur's Up"||Peter Hunziker||October 29, 1997||277-147|
|The Raptors stage a phony costumed surfing contest to lure the Extreme Dinosaurs into a trap; as soon as the Dinosaurs are in the water, Spittor uses his sonic disruptors to create a massive tsunami to wash them away so there will be no one to stop the Raptors from setting off every volcano in the Pacific.|
|42||"Agent Double-'O' Dinosaur"||Douglas Booth||November 10, 1997||277-144|
|T-Bone goes undercover to stop the nefarious criminal Count Alexander Von Skullheim from holding the world hostage with a stolen top-secret satellite weapon. To bring Von Skullheim to justice, T-Bone must infiltrate the villain's castle, evade its network of fiendish traps, and single-handedly battle the Raptors, who want Von Skullheim's satellite for themselves.|
|43||"Salsafied"||Robert Askin||November 11, 1997||277-148|
|While visiting Mexico, the Extreme Dinosaurs discover an ultra-hot purple chili pepper, which Spike uses to create his hottest salsa ever for a salsa contest in Texas. Unfortunately, his secret chilies have been genetically engineered by the Raptors to turn everyone who eats them into living furnaces.|
|44||"T-Foot"||Michael Maurer||November 17, 1997||277-145|
|Afflicted by temporary amnesia from Spittor's Neural Neutralizer, T-Bone wanders the countryside and befriends a young boy, who is convinced the heroic T-Rex is actually Bigfoot. T-Bone must regain his memory in time to stop the Raptors from using the Neural Neutralizer to make his friends their brainwashed servants!|
|45||"Zogwalla-con"||Douglas Booth||November 18, 1997||277-146|
|The Extreme Dinosaurs go to a science fiction convention to meet the director of a movie series starring Bullzeye's favorite giant monster, Zogwalla. Bullzeye's dream-come-true quickly turns into a nightmare when the Raptors commandeer the movie's robotic Zogwalla, and take the enormous "monster" on a rampage through Los Angeles!|
|46||"Safari-Saurus"||Gildart Jackson||November 24, 1997||277-141|
|The Dinosaurs face off against John Rathbone, an unscrupulous big game hunter who captures rare, endangered animals and puts them on display in his private zoo. When the Endangered Ones try to put a stop to his operation, he adds them to his collection! The Dinosaurs must free Rathbone's menagerie and keep the Raptors from getting their claws on Rathbone's Biostasis Projector.|
|47||"Sir Gus and the Dragon"||Jules Dennis||November 25, 1997||277-150|
|After being ambushed by the Raptors, Bullzeye is forced to take refuge in a cave near the Scottish coast, where he meets a young boy who thinks Bullzeye is a dragon. With the boy's help, Bullzeye must rejoin his friends in time to set a trap for the Raptors, who think that the area's legendary "dragon treasure" is actually a cache of equipment left by more of Argor's intelligent Velociraptors.|
|48||"The Extreme Files"||David Bleiman,|
|December 1, 1997||277-149|
|Top FBI agents Mully and Scolder come to Pork's museum investigating the mysterious disappearance of the passengers of a jumbo jet Pork was traveling on. Suspecting Dr. Becky Scarwell is involved, the Extreme Dinosaurs and Chedra must form a reluctant alliance with Mully and Scolder to infiltrate Roswell and find out what really happened to Pork and the other passengers.|
|49||"A Bone to Pick"||Elizabeth Stonecipher||December 2, 1997||277-152|
|After a battle with the Dinosaurs in Australia, the Raptors make off with a native artifact - a "talking" dinosaur bone - thinking it's a channel to other dimensions. The Extreme Dinosaurs and Chedra figure out that the bone is really picking up radio signals, and Bullzeye uses it to impersonate Argor Zardok, ordering the Raptors out to do a serious humiliatingly good deeds! When Bad Rap realizes the truth, however, the Dinosaurs have to stop him before he uses the powerful laser the Raptors have stolen to melt everything is sight.|
|50||"The Mysterious Island of Dr. Monstromo"||Dennis O'Flaherty||December 8, 1997||277-143|
|The malevolent Dr. Monstromo lures the Raptors to his private island, hoping to use their DNA in his efforts to create an army of vicious predators. When the Dinosaurs show up hot on the Raptors' trail, Monstromo tries to capture them, hoping to add them to the mix. It's up to Hard Rock to defeat Monstromo's monstrous griffin and shut down Dr. Monstromo's lab before his friends fall victim to the doctor's sinister plans.|
|December 9, 1997||277-151|
|Haxx becomes the leader of the Raptors when he gets his claws on a mysterious mask that turns anyone who looks at it to stone, and uses it to turn Bad Rap into a statue. The Extreme Dinosaurs must find a way to put the mask out of commission, and they have to stop Haxx and Spittor from making off with a fossilized Velociraptor egg which they plan to clone into an army of Raptors.|
|52||"Holiday on Ice"||Phil Harnage,|
|December 24, 1997||277-126|
|Bad Rap sets out to blast the North Pole with stolen sonic disruptors, melting the polar ice cap. It's up to the Extreme Dinosaurs to stop him, and to help Pork's cynical 8 year-old nephew get what he really wants for Christmas.|
Principal voice actors
- Jacques Bourassa - Prince H, Tuka (in "The Dinosaur Prophecy")
- Garry Chalk - Bad Rap, Porcupine Duvall, Nigel Moorehead, Mariachi (in "Ick-thysaurus Vacation"), Museum Curator (in "Saurian Sniffles"), Art Critic (in "Jurassic Art"), Mr. Dodsworth (in "Cyber-Raptors"), Paddy McFarland (in "Loch Ness Mess"), President Kapal (in "Raptorian Crude"), Evan Wheeler (in "Bones of Contention"), Islander (in "Day of the Condorosaurus"), Professor (in "The Dinosaur Prophecy"), Ship Passenger (in "Jealousaurus"), National Leader (in "A Few Good Dinosaurs"), Captain Infinity (in "Captain Pork"), Police Officer (in "Lights, Camera, Raptors"), Blind Miner (in "The Weresaurus"), Mr. Stockwell (in "Jinxed"), Alien Walrus (in "Colosso-Dome"), Texas Anchorman (in "Salsified"), Scolder (in "The Extreme Files"), Santa Claus (in "Holiday on Ice")
- Marcy Goldberg - Dr. Rebecca Scarwell, Commander (in "Captain Pork"), Madame Wulenska (in "Jinxed")
- Jason Gray-Stanford - Bullzeye, Crab Head (in "Colosso-Dome"), Surfer Boy (in "Sur Farsaurus Up"), Interviewee (in "The Island of Dr. Monstromo")
- Terry Klassen - Spittor, Argor Zardok, Dwayne Katz (in "Loch Ness Mess," "Jinxed"), Gort (in "Colosso-Dome")
- Blu Mankuma - Hard Rock, Mr. Hobbles (in "Day of the Condorosaurus")
- Cusse Mankuma - Spike, Zoo Employee (in "Cyber-Raptors"), Space Engineer (in "Lunar Tunes"), Air Traffic Controller (in "Cliff Notes")
- Scott McNeil - T-Bone, Islander (in "Inevitable Eggztinction," "Day of the Condorosaurus"), Dr. Carl Wiseman (in "Raptoroid"), French Anchorman (in "Jurassic Art"), Cameraman (in "Loch Ness Mess"), Cecil P. Buchanan (in "The Rulebook of Love"), Cybercorp Employee (in "Bones of Contention"), Movie Alien (in "Earth vs. Raptors"), Antarian (in "Earth vs. Flying Raptors"), Officer (in "Earth vs. Flying Raptors"), Two-Headed Alien (in "Rebel Without a Clue"), River Thief (in "The Dinosaur Prophecy"), Leif Erikson (in "Jealousaurus"), Police Officer (in "Lights, Camera, Raptors"), Karma Tupjuk (in "Enter the Dinosaur"), Pilot (in "Cliff Notes"), Ridge (in "Colosso-Dome," "Dinosaur Warriors"), Touzar the Terrible (in "Colosso-Dome"), Man in Tiger Costume (in "Double-O-Dinosaur"), Sauce Contest Judge (in "Salsified"), Sheriff (in "T-Foot"), Alien Monster (in "The Extreme Files")
- Lee Tockar - Haxx, Dr. Morales (in "Raptoroid"), Dr. Chambers (in "There's No Place Like Dome"), Guard (in "Raptorian Crude"), Matt Buchanan (in "The Rulebook of Love"), Cybercorp Employee (in "Bones of Contention"), Antarian (in "Earth vs. Flying Raptors"), Captain (in "The Dinosaur Prophecy"), Computer (in "Captain Pork"), Crab Head (in "Colosso-Dome"), Ninjinsky (in "Double-O-Dinosaur")
- Louise Vallance - Chedra Bodzak, Art Lover (in "Jurassic Art"), Biker Lady (in "Rebel Without a Clue"), Anchorwoman (in "Day of the Condorosaurus," "Lights, Camera, Raptors," "The Weresaurus"), Ship Passenger (in "Jealousaurus"), Surfer Girl (in "Sur Farsaurus Up")
- Samuel Vincent - Stegz, Peter Benning
- Andrew Airlie -
- Carol Alexander -
- Sean Amsing -
- Pat Armstrong -
- Kathleen Barr - Old Woman (in "The Weresaurus"), Queen Zarconda (in "Colosso-Dome," "Dinosaur Warriors")
- Jay Brazeau -
- Sudsey Clark -
- Jennifer Copping -
- Andrew Francis - Dylan
- Merrilyn Gann -
- Chris Grey -
- Phil Hayes -
- Art Irizawa -
- Andrew Kavadas -
- Brennan Kotowich -
- Andrea Libman -
- Patricia Mayan-Salazar -
- Jane Mortifee -
- Alandra Napali Kai -
- Jessica Lee Owens -
- Tamara Phillips -
- William Samples -
- David Sobolov - Count Alexander Von Skullheim (in "Double-O-Dinosaur")
- Bill Switzer -
- Tyler Thomson -
- Simon Webb -
- Alec Willows - General Amadi (in "Raptorian Crude"), Big Al Caruso (in "Monstersaurus Truckadon")
- Dale Wilson -
- Marsha Goodman - Casting and Voice Director
- Jessica Grant - Talent Coordinator
- Deborah Matlovsky - Talent Coordinator
- Paul Quinn - Casting and Voice Director
- Lisa Schaffer - Talent Coordinator
- Martha Moran - Story Editor
The episodes Out of Time, Fossil Fooled, Ick-thysaurus Vacation, Inevitable Eggztinction, Raptoroid, and Bullzeye Surfs the Web were released on four different VHS tapes.
The complete series was released over four DVD volumes by Force Entertainment in Australia. Each DVD volume included a single opening & ending sequence, with 13 episodes in production order.
Pidax Film are releasing the first 13 episodes on DVD in Germany, with English & German audio, on April 6, 2018.
It was on Netflix until April 17.[clarification needed] There is no new information on when/if it will be back.
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