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    Alright, they're both movie cartoon tyrannosaurs but how do you compare and contrast The Tyrannosaurus Rex from Walt Disney's Fantasia (1940)...



    and the villainous tyrannosaurus rex named Sharptooth in Don Bluth's the Land Before Time (1988).



    Well, can you spot the differences between these two cartoon movie tyrannosaurs?
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      Maybe the first one is an Allosaurus.
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        billcozby wrote:

        Maybe the first one is an Allosaurus.


        Not just that. The Fantasia T-Rex has three fingers, probably because Disney told Barnum Brown, one of the discoverers of T-Rex, that it looked better that way.
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          The obvious winner is Sharptooth, because Fantasia is lame.
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            ImAllTheRage wrote:
            The obvious winner is Sharptooth, because Fantasia is lame.


            Actually, people in 1940 felt Fantasia was lame. But in time, Fantasia would now be regarded as a cinematic animated masterpiece.
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                I'm not sure about this one. They're both really intimidating. I guess Sharptooth.
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