If my memory serves me, and quite often of late it doesn’t, Monday is when I recommend a film. Usually it involves either serial killers, cartoons or Jeff Bridges in some capacity but this week I fancy a change. In 1975 Disney made one of the greatest family films known to man; that film was One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing. What other work of high art would feature nannies holding a secret meeting in the belly of a morphologically inaccurate blue whale in the natural history museum
It was also Disney’s first foray into the Steam-Punk genre, which they would later also explore with the criminally under-rated Altantis: The Lost Empire. Anyway, here’s a trailer:
And here’s the news:
They did the D.N.A. test because the hunter was adamant he wasn’t ‘lion’.