In this episode, Rob and Don are joined by their friend Chad to talk about their common childhood passion – dinosaur movies! From The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms to Jurassic Park, the trio explore the history of dinosaurs on film and how they’ve been portrayed through the decades. Along the way, they discover there are really only six kinds of dinosaur films, and delve into the many techniques people have used to bring dinosaurs to life over the years – some more successful than others! All this, and giant robot apes, are waiting for you in this episode of The Department of Nerdly Affairs.

Closing Music:
Ode to Joy performed by Oliver Eckelt

Things Discussed:

List of Films Featuring Dinosaurs (Wikipedia)
Evolution of Cinema Dinosaurs (1920-2015) (YouYube)
Charles R. Knight (dinosaur artist)
Charles R. Knight Dinosaur Art
Brute Force (1914)
Willis O’brien
Ray Harryhausen
The Lost World
King Kong (1933)
Lost King Kong Spider Footage
Giant King Kong Robot
Dino De Laurentiis
Mighty Joe Young (1949)
Stop Motion Monster Trailer Reel (YouTube)
The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms
THEM
The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms Poster
Charlton Comics GORGO
The Land of the Lost
The Last Dinosaur 1977 great clips (Tsubaraya Foam Rubber Dinosaurs)
FLESH (2000 AD Comic)
Attack of the Super Monsters (Izenborg)
Dinosaur Prince
The Land Before Time
Dinosaucers
Terra Nova TV series
Primal TV series
DINOSAURS TV series
Velocipastor
Tammy and T-Rex
Roger Corman