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Cine-Saurus: Dinosaurs in the Movies

Cine-Saurus: Dinosaurs in the Movies

Open to the public through April 4, 2010

See how dinosaurs, Hollywood’s biggest stars, first came to life in the movies and follow their transformation over the years through artistic portrayal and advances in scientific information and technology. Enjoy original movie memorabilia, posters and models from the world-famous Czerkas Collection. Cine-Saurus is a traveling exhibit produced in association with The Dinosaur Museum, Blanding, Utah.

Exhibit will Feature

The exhibit will feature original movie memorabilia, posters and models from the renowned Czerkas Collection.A special highlight is the actual animation model used in the filming of 1933’s “King Kong” and “Son of Kong.” Read more from the Press Release.

Stroller Brigade

Every Wednesday from Nov. 18-March 31, parents and grandparents of children 5 and under are invited to bring their children and grandchildren to the museum to view the exhibit and take part in special programs. For the new “Stroller Brigade” session, the museum’s docents will share dinosaur stories, games and crafts. Read more from the Press Release.

Sign-up for our Cine-Saurus Saturdays

February 20: King Kong Evening
March 6: The Dinosaur Art of William Stout
March 20: Planet of the Dinosaurs Evening

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