One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing

One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing

Robert Stevenson (1975)

U Certificate


Our Score
Youngsters who like their prehistoric monsters to rampage around theme parks aren't going to be particularly impressed by this offering from Disney, in which a top-secret formula is hidden by aristocrat Derek Nimmo inside the skeleton of a dinosaur at the Natural History Museum in London. There's not even a sniff of a velociraptor, but there is Peter Ustinov as a Chinese agent and Helen Hayes leading a gang of nannies that even Mary Poppins would be hard-pressed to join. A couple of kung fu fights, a very silly car chase and some wildly over-the-top acting help liven things up.


Chinese secret agents try to get their hands on a stolen microfilm hidden in a dinosaur skeleton in London's Natural History Museum - but a group of indomitable nannies comes up with a plan to stop them getting hold of it by stealing the prehistoric remains. Disney family comedy, starring Peter Ustinov, Derek Nimmo, Joan Sims and Helen Hayes.

Cast & Crew

Hnup Wan Peter Ustinov
Lord Southmere Derek Nimmo
Emily Joan Sims
Hettie Helen Hayes
Quon Clive Revill
Fan Choy Bernard Bresslaw
Susan Natasha Pyne
Supt Grubbs Roy Kinnear
BJ Spence Joss Ackland
Sir Geoffrey Richard Pearson
Director Robert Stevenson
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Other Information

Language: EnglishColourTheatrical distributor: The Walt Disney Company LtdAvailable on: video and DVD
Comedy Children's