Test your prehistoric knowledge with this dinosaur movie quiz!

Grab your claws and tear into this quiz!

 American International Pictures, Universal Pictures, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, 20th Century Studios

Whether they're big lizards or lab-engineered freaks, dinosaurs can instantly make a good movie great. In this quiz, we're testing your trivia knowledge about iconic films, involving and starring dinosaurs!

  1. In the film Jurassic Park (1993), what dinosaur's claw does Alan Grant carry with him?
  2. In the film's sequel, The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997), Ian Malcom visits which of InGen's islands?
  3. What kind of dinosaur do they call Littlefoot in the film The Land Before Time (1988)?
  4. What is the name of the island visited in the film The Land That Time Forgot (1974)?
  5. In the film Dinosaur (2000), Aladar, an Iguanodon, is raised alongside which animals?
  6. What is the name of the new engineered dinosaur created in the film Jurassic World (2015)?
  7. In We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story (1993), what is the name of Captain Neweyes' brother who wants to steal the dinosaurs and force them to perform in his evil circus?
  8. Which comedic actor stars in the film Land of the Lost (2009)?
  9. Which author wrote the book that The Lost World (1960) is based off of?
  10. The film The Good Dinosaur (2015) takes place in a universe where what event has not occured?

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texasluva 1 day ago

MrsPhilHarris wrapped our movie quiz with bundled spy notes. Congrats MPH
Diplomatic Courier (1952) Crime--Drama--Film-Noir-
Henry Hathaway
Tyrone Power---Patricia Neal---Stephen McNally---Hildegard Knef-
Karl Malden---James Millican---Helene Stanley-
A US State Department courier tangles with Soviet agents and seductive women in post WW2 Europe.

texasluva 1 day ago
Movie Quiz 06-14-2024- Along with Entertainment and Feature Movies.

This is one of the best of the post-war intrigue/suspense flicks. What all of these have in common is the gritty black-and-white look of cities that haven't recovered from the war, usually in ruins, to varying degrees. (Think The Third Man, The Search, Berlin Express) There are no ruins in this film but you still get that shadowy, melancholy, sinister, exotic atmosphere that marks the genre.
There's the inevitable requests to suspend disbelief, but that's fine for the sub-genre spy seeking fan. Cast are good, with Power full of determination. There's twists and turns and rocks to look under, while the good and bad guys are never easily identified. All good, really, a safe and sound recommendation.
This was a film made to order for Hitchcock; what a pity he didn't get to do it. Though this director has done some great film you all know and love. Genre that best fits Crime--Drama--Film-Noir.

Bobby Darin "Mack The Knife" on The Ed Sullivan Show-

Framed By Fingerprints--

Inventions and New Products from 1950 to 1979--

Coming your way next week- The Enforcer 1951 Trailer--

Marathon Man (1976) - Trailer--

2001: A Space Odyssey Official Re-Release Trailer-

Horseback Diver on "What's My Line?--

1962 HITS ARCHIVE: Let Me In - Sensations-

Wonderful Movies Below--

The Star (1952)-Drama--Romance-- Bette Davis--
Stuart Heisler
Bette Davis---Sterling Hayden---Natalie Wood---Warner Anderson-
A washed-up movie queen finds romance, but still desires a comeback.


North By Northwest (1959) Action--Advenature--Mystery-#`103 All Time-
Alfred Hitchcock
Cary Grant---Eva Marie Saint---James Mason---Leo G. Carroll-
Jessie Royce Landis---Josephine Hutchinson---Martin Landau-
A New York City advertising executive goes on the run after being mistaken for a government agent by a group of foreign spies, and falls for a woman whose loyalties he begins to doubt.


Johnny O'Clock (1947) Crime--Drama--Film-Noir-
Robert Rossen
Dick Powell---Evelyn Keyes---Lee J. Cobb-
Ellen Drew---Nina Foch---Thomas Gomez-
A high-class crook gets in trouble with the law.


A Star Is Born World Premiere (1954) -Included on the DVD release of "A Star is Born" (1954), this is a live television broadcast of the world premiere. Described by various participants as the biggest world premiere in memory, even bigger than the Academy Awards.


A Star Is Born (1954) Drama--Musical--Romance-
George Cukor
Judy Garland---James Mason---Jack Carson---Charles Bickford-
Tommy Noonan---Lucy Marlow---Amanda Blake-
A film star helps a young singer and actress find fame, even as age and alcoholism send his own career on a downward spiral.


Coney Island (1943) Comedy-
Walter Lang
Betty Grable---George Montgomery---Cesar Romero---Charles Winninger-
Phil Silvers---Matt Briggs---Paul Hurst-
Set at the turn of the century, smooth talking con man Eddie Johnson weasels his way into a job at friend and rival Joe Rocco's Coney Island night spot. Eddie meets the club's star attraction (and Joe's love interest), Kate Farley, a brash singer with a penchant for flashy clothes. Eddie and Kate argue as he tries to soften her image. Eventually, Kate becomes the toast of Coney Island and the two fall in love. Joe then tries to sabotage their marriage plans.


Fatal💥Attraction (1987) Drama--Thriller-
Adrian Lyne
Michael Douglas---Glenn Close---Anne Archer---Ellen Latzen-
Stuart Pankin---Ellen Foley---Fred Gwynne-
A married man's one-night stand comes back to haunt him when that lover begins to stalk him and his family.


Andy Hardy Meets Debutante 1940) Comedy--Family--Romance-
Lewis Stone---Mickey Rooney---Cecilia Parker---Fay Holden-
Judy Garland---Ann Rutherford---Diana Lewis-
Judge Hardy takes his family to New York City, where Andy quickly falls in love with a socialite. However, he finds the high society life too expensive and eventually decides that he liked it better back home.


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texasluva KJExpress 1 day ago
Sorry about your problem with fatigue. When we get older it is a lot harder on us. I have insomnia and take a sleeping pill late at night. If you miss no problem and we understand. The movies will usually be up until Sunday evening. Also as I told MPH. If you have some movies you might like to see just let me know.

texasluva KJExpress 16 hours ago
I just received this message from AWL. She is very ill and heading to ER. Could you please say some prayers for her. Thank you.

Tex can you please keep me in y’all’s prayers I’ve been very ill with diverticulitis and hiatal hernia in esophagus and stomach. So sick and nausea all week getting ready to go to ER
texasluva MrsPhilHarris 16 hours ago
I just received this message from AWL. She is very ill and heading to ER. Could you please say some prayers for her. Thank you.

Tex can you please keep me in y’all’s prayers I’ve been very ill with diverticulitis and hiatal hernia in esophagus and stomach. So sick and nausea all week getting ready to go to ER
KJExpress texasluva 13 hours ago
I will definitely keep her in my thoughts. She seems like such a kind and giving person. Hopefully she can get through this okay. I know she has mentioned this affliction before. Please keep me posted if you hear back from her.
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MrsPhilHarris 1 day ago
Great music and great trailers. The Enforcer looks interesting. I don’t recall it. 🤔 I haven’t seen Marathon Man for years but still remember the tooth drilling scene. 💉Yikes!
texasluva 1 day ago
Not good when one diabolical person is torturing you 😬
texasluva 1 day ago
Also doing another Andy Hardy film tonight from 1940.
MrsPhilHarris 1 day ago
Oh fun! I get a kick out of them.
jd4862 8 days ago
9/10 Had to guess on the animated kids movies, never watched them.
Zip 8 days ago
Missed the island one, #2. If it's not Giliigan's Island, I don't know, or care, where it is.
Gossemer 9 days ago
9/10. Missed #7. Guess ill just have a bronto burger and relax a while. All these dino questions have made me Rexless.
ironman2000 10 days ago
4 of 10, my favorite dinosaur was Dino.
Zip ironman2000 8 days ago
He was my favorite vitamin.
FLETCH 10 days ago
5 out of 10... all guesses. Never got into the Jurassic Park movies
ElizabethBoop 10 days ago
In the original Jurassic Park, Richard Attenborough pretends to interact with his own filmed image (even going so far as to feign drawing a blood sample from a finger-stick from himself). This is an allusion to what dinosaur-related animated film from the year 1914?
Big3Fan 11 days ago
Only four correct guesses from this dinosaur.
RobertK 11 days ago
3 of 10. All guesses. You'd think a "fossil" like me would have seen the films, but I never saw any of them!
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