Littlefoot and Cera are able to get away from Sharptooth and hide in a crevice while the two dinosaurs square off again. A cel was discovered in early 2015 that shows this close-up (it can be seen to the right); however, it wasn't until the 1987 script was discovered that the validity of the cel was confirmed. However, it is not dead, only unconscious, causing Cera to flee in terror when he wakes up. The original prints and negatives are claimed to have not been saved. The Great Earthshake occurred in the collision of two continental plates, and was far more severe than any earthquake ever encountered in the real world. It is unknown as to whether this final scene actually made it past completion of the film, but some music from the "End Credits" track was cut; it may have been played over the original final scene; though, the song "If We Hold On Together" being moved into the credits was what probably led to chunks of the credits music being cut. As confirmed by the script, this "Travel Montage" would have originally occurred after the kids found the "Rock That Looks Like A Longneck", where the final movie does an awkward fade out and the characters noticeably freeze in place. The young Longneck tries to run but gets caught on a vine. It was at a screening in April or May of 1988 just 6 months before completion of the film at a a 20th Century Fox theater in Soho Square, London, with just Don, John, me, Steven and his first wife and George in one of the small 30 seat theaters. Small bits of the green food scene are known to be cut, and this was probably just to speed up the pacing. Meanwhile, Cera finds Sharptooth's body and begins playing with it. Cera remains aloof and arrogant, boasting that she is independent, but at nightfall, she, along with the others, gravitates to Littlefoot's side for warmth and companionship. According to the mid-1987 script and soundtrack analysis, the scene featuring the apparent death of Petrie went on a bit longer, and followed with a group hug. Some screams were re-voiced using milder exclamations. However, we never saved the prints or the negatives for those scenes, all were animated and cleaned up, many of which were in color." Now feeling depressed and confused, Littlefoot by chance slides down a ravine, where he meets an old Polacanthus named Rooter (Pat Hingle), who consoles him upon learning of his mother's death. "Good", Steven agreed, "we'll tame it down and cut out some of the biting moments." "It's too scarry", both remarked. After Spike is found, it seems Cera left for a while, since she vanishes right before they find the green food. The Land Before Time is a 1988 animated film directed by Don Bluth, and his second collaboration with executive producer Steven Spielberg (following An American Tail). "Once again, the dinosaurs square off. These scenes can be found below. When the work-in-progress film was screened to psychologists at this time, the death of Mother was deemed too traumatic, and so the Old Rooter scene was added to the movie in the June 1987 script revision. According to soundtrack analysis, 11 minutes of the official soundtrack is absent in the film, indicating that around 11 minutes of footage was cut from the film by Spielberg. After mourning for some time, Littlefoot begins to search for the Great Valley. An attached still of Littlefoot and Cera running away from the Sharptooth in the same scene. The soundtrack was composed by James Horner and released on November 21, 1988. Chapter 7: Sharptooth and the earthshake Part 1: Littlefoot had never met a Sharptooth before. However, originally, this was not the case. Ducky attempts to distract Sharptooth by making faces, before he lands in front of her. In order of the script (cut parts highlighted in bold italics): 'Littlefoot's mother reacts to the "death bite". — The Narrator, descriping Sharptooth's thoughts in The Land Before Time: The Illustrated Story. Ashamed and humiliated, Cera, still unwilling to admit that she had gone the wrong way, goes off to be alone. The Land Before Time (occasionally known as The Land Before Time I) is a 1988 animated adventure drama film directed and produced by Don Bluth and executive produced by Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Kathleen Kennedy, and Frank Marshall.The film stars the voices of Gabriel Damon, Candace Hutson, Judith Barsi and Will Ryan with narration provided by Pat Hingle. A "Longneck" (Apatosaurus) herd gives birth to a single baby, named Littlefoot (Gabriel Damon). Sharptooth, who is probably hungry, chases them into a thicket of thorns. Join Napster and play your favorite music offline. As evidenced by the mid-1987 script draft, Petrie originally fought with Sharptooth for a longer period of time. Littlefoot then would have said "Now we'll always be together". It seems nothing major was cut, but there are some slight continuity problems involving Cera: She backs up to ram the tree again for food, and then is walking away, teasing the group. Each passing on to the next, the tale of their ancestor's journey to the valley long ago.". One rumored scene involved the main characters coming upon an oasis inhabited by "crown-heads" (Pachycephalosaurus) and "gray-noses" (Saurolophus) who refuse to share food and water with one another, giving Cera an epiphany to not judge others based on their species, was confirmed to be one of the deleted scenes in the mid-1987 script draft. Those cuts remained [at Pinewood Studios], the tiny short cuts were taped together and rolled and we took them back to Dublin. Sharptooth would then loom over them, and attempt to bite them, however both children would have ran the other way. After Petrie is revealed to be alive, the five young dinosaurs would have embraced in a hug. In the scene, it attacks and nearly kills Littlefoot, before his mother arrives and saves him by picking it up in her mouth and flinging it away. The often rumored scene actually appears in two books adaptations of the film (specifically "The Illustrated Story" and "Friends in Need") as well as the mid-1987 script. This still was included as part of a German press kit for the film, though it was cropped slightly. However, it was less than a minute lost sections of the T-Rex attack and the kids. Track listing "The Great Migration" "Sharptooth and the Earthquake" "Whispering Winds" However, in the final film, in the shot where the gang spot Sharptooth climbing, there are still plants growing around the area on the right side, so this still does not make much sense, and is why the original ending was more reasonable. In the final film, he only charges into the rocks once, knocking Petrie off right away. It refers to carnivorous creatures, primarily carnivorous theropods; most prominently Tyrannosaurus. Sharptooth appears out of nowhere in front of Cera. It follows the style of the sequels in terms of the morality and the musical numbers (with some of the songs being shortened, reworked versions of songs from the sequels). Sharptooth is an evil Tyrannosaurus Rex from The Land Before Time. Another well-known scene in which the main characters come upon an oasis inhabited by fat "crown-heads" (Pachycephalosaurus) and "gray-noses" (Saurolophus), who refuse to share food and water with one another (giving Cera an epiphany on not judging others based on their species) was also verified to be one of the lost scenes, but whether it made it to the animation stage or not is unknown. It was likely cut before the other scenes in this section, since no animation cels have been found to date. The final edited length was 69 minutes, the same as Bambi (1942)." ** Because the book uses stills from the film as its illustrations, the shot was supposed to be featured in the film at some point, before being cut for unknown reasons. Because a film is often screened to critics around a week before its theatrical release, it is likely that a print containing the finished uncut scenes was accidentally sent to them, including Hal Hinson. While frolicking in a pool of water, Littlefoot and his friends spot Sharptooth in the distance. The group then races to the top of a hill and embrace each other in a group hug as the narrator closes the film by saying: "And they all grew up together in the valley generation upon generation. Littlefoot and Cera run around the massive head of Sharptooth. It will appear on YouTube in the near future. They escape through a cave tunnel too small to admit him, then discover the Longneck-shaped monolith mentioned by Littlefoot's mother. Other scenes were removed after it was scored, which is why there are portions in the score that end abruptly or are missing, similar to several scenes from The Black Cauldron. Apart from the trailer, four cels survive from one of the cut shots as well. The sequels depart from the style of the original significantly by adding "sing-a-long" musical numbers akin to Disney animated films, and toning down the intensity seen in the original film. The story and score serve to mold the characters rather than songs and ultimately it pays off. As Cera describes the encounter (exaggerating her bravery), she accidentally flings Ducky near a patch of grass, which has a hatching egg containing a baby "Spiketail" (Stegosaurus). Littlefoot just narrowly misses being snatched up by Sharptooth. Don Bluth and his animation studio have no affiliation with any of the film's sequels. Littlefoot's mother battles with Sharptooth and suffers severe injuries, but defeats him by pushing him into a deep chasm. Originally, this would have continued with Littlefoot wandering past the pond they drown Sharptooth in, asking his mother for help, then discovering the valley (this is still used in the movie, but it makes less sense, as he is meant to be confident after defeating Sharptooth not sad). She is an Apatosaurus; one of many sauropods referred to as "Longneck" in the franchise, and the late mother of the main protagonist, the late wife of his father, and the late daughter of Grandma and Grandpa Longneck. To see it rusched into surgery, even for commercial reasons, somehow fractures one's enthusiasm. In addition, the shot showing Sharptooth's body sinking into the lake was also originally supposed to last longer, as well as an additional shot alongside it. They ran as fast as they can until they ended up on Sharptooth's left foot. Littlefoot and Cera attempt to climb the dead tree in order to hide from Sharptooth. http://z7.invisionfree.com/thegangoffive/index.php?showtopic=16016&view=findpost&p=40015439, http://z7.invisionfree.com/thegangoffive/index.php?showtopic=14138&view=findpost&p=22077664, https://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/style/longterm/movies/videos/landbeforetime.htm, https://lostmediaarchive.fandom.com/wiki/The_Land_Before_Time_(Original_Uncut_Version)?oldid=180227. The Land Before Time is a 1988 animated adventure drama film directed and produced by Don Bluth and executive produced by Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Kathleen Kennedy, and Frank Marshall. Months after these edits, the film was finally completed, with the runtime sitting at 80-82 minutes. They can all be found below. The film generated many direct-to-video sequels. Sharptooth is a large male Tyrannosaurus rex, who is the main antagonist in The Land Before Time. However, this could also simply be an error, as the script does not suggest she ever disappeared or reappeared. Some of the many scenes cut in this stage include the extended battle between Sharptooth and Littlefoot’s mother, as well as an alternate ending for the film; originally, Littlefoot was to find the Great Valley on his own after parting with his friends, before returning to rescue his friends and help them defeat Sharptooth, later entering the Valley with his reunited group. TheBluesRockz'smovie-spoof of The Land Before Time (1988). Two animation cels survive of it, and are the only cels from the entire uncut sequence that have been found to date. His vocal sound effects were provided by Frank Welker. Listen to Sharptooth And The Earthquake (The Land Before Time/Soundtrack Version) by James Horner. Littlefoot, who has just found the Great Valley, cannot contain his excitement. Littlefoot's mother (Helen Shaver) explains the different kinds of dinosaurs: "Three-horns, Spiketails, Swimmers, Flyers" and that they never do anything together, and it's always been that way, but she promises Littlefoot that there will be other longnecks for him to play within the Great Valley. One part of this montage would have showed Petrie trying to keep up with the others (who are moving at a sustained pace) while on the other hand, he is exhausted, holding onto Littlefoot's tail desperately. Directing a movie is like birthing children. [1] However, executive producer Steven Spielberg was still not satisfied with the finished film, so he continued to edit the film to ensure the movie did not disturb parents or their children. Steven and the same editor, who had been fast-tracked to get a green card, to move to Burbank and work with Spielberg there at Amblin on the Universal lot on other projects. On the night after they begin their journey to the Great Valley, Littlefoot the longneck, his mother, and grandparents stop to sleep when Littlefoot notices a hopper (frog) and begins to chase it when he runs into Cera, the threehorn, to which she chases it with him. Although they pass other landmarks, such as a string of volcanoes, Cera grows impatient as the search begins to yield no results. As Littlefoot reminisces on the events of the story, from his hatching all the way up to when he encounters his mother's spirit, Cera calls him to play. Before the main characters reached the Mountains That Burn, Littlefoot had split up after a fight between himself and Cera. The angle appears to be from the other side from where Littlefoot originally discovered it. However, interestingly enough, its Pizza Hut hand puppets advertisement also shows the scene of Ducky making faces, even though the ad was likely created closer to release. Others include an extended version of the scene where Spike debuts, as well as the final battle with Sharptooth. Small snippets from some of the deleted scenes can also be found in pieces of promotional material for the movie that came out before its release; in fact, three out of the nine images sent out as part of the movie's press kit are frames that were ultimately cut from the final film. After giving away the position of she and Littlefoot, Cera would originally have been attacked out of nowhere by Sharptooth in a jumpscare shot, breaking through the brambles directly in front of her (there is a cel of this which can be found in the gallery). He ends up rescuing them at the Mountains that Burn, and after the final battle with Sharptooth, followed by an embrace with his group, Littlefoot guides his friends into the Valley. During the proceeding struggle, a draft from Sharptooth's nostrils enables Petrie to master his powers of flight. Going by the mid-1987 script, the cut footage features Littlefoot's mother fighting with Sharptooth AFTER she is bitten by him, which features a close-up of her yelling in pain. That you can't forget." Original:. Sharptooth would then leap again offscreen as the kids exited the bushes and tried to run, before landing right behind them (this last landing is still in the movie). One shot from the trimmed green food scene can be seen in one of the trailers for the film. Through a number of storyboards released by one of The Land Before Time's animators, Mark Pudleiner, on his blog throughout 2015, a good chunk of the first Sharptooth attack has finally been pieced together. Surmising that Sharptooth cannot swim, Littlefoot formulates a strategy to lure him into the deep end of the pond, and push a nearby boulder onto him, drowning him. Later Littlefoot's mother appears and saves them fighting the Sharptooth. One of two known cels from the travel montage; found in 2015 but not proven valid until 2018. The Big Earthshake (as called by the dinosaurs) was a huge earthquake that occurs in the first act of The Land Before Time. After Sharptooth charged into the rocks, he would have then begun to hit into the wall with his head and tail. In the final version, flashbacks of Littlefoot with his mother are shown instead, followed by the hugging shot with Littlefoot and his friends as the narrator speaks his final lines. The extended version has often been referred to as the "Berry Scene" by fans. The unveiling of our work was embraced, as expected with grins, merry laughter and even applause. The Land Before Time is darker than the vast majority of cinematicly-released animated films, rivaled only by some parts of Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King. The uncut version of the film has never shown up in any form of public release, and it is largely believed that the extra footage has been destroyed. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube. note . Littlefoot continues in the direction he was told, while the others follow Cera, who goes another way, which she claims to be the easier way. By mid-1987, the film was about halfway complete. The plan nearly fails when Sharptooth leaps on top of the boulder, until Cera rejoins the group, allowing Littlefoot and his friends to push both Sharptooth and the boulder into the water below. This section contains the scenes which did not make it past the pre-production stage, with no voice recording or animation. The Land Before Time (occasionally known as The Land Before Time I) is a 1988 animated adventure drama film directed and produced by Don Bluth and executive produced by Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Kathleen Kennedy, and Frank Marshall.The film stars the voices of Gabriel Damon, Candace Hutson, Judith Barsi and Will Ryan with narration provided by Pat Hingle. Both these shots survived through being featured in one of the trailers. However, in the final film, the young dinosaurs are not supposed to know that the Great Valley is close, and thus parts of the scene that were tied to the original ending were trimmed out so that there would not be any issues with the plot. The Canyon Sharptooth is the secondary antagonist in The Land Before Time 6: The Secret of Saurus Rock. There is a still from one of the storybook adaptations for the film, "The Search for the Great Valley", that features an alternate shot of the Great Valley. It also the first and most famous installment of The Land Before Time franchise. Sharptooth or Sharpteeth (Plural) is a term used by the characters in the Land Before Time films and TV series. In the film, the narrator says that Cera is too proud to admit she went the wrong way: how did she know she was going the wrong way? The Rex's jaws bend down towards the earth." A review of the film by Hal Hinson, wherein he states the film he viewed had an 80 minute runtime. In the original film, a group of dinosaurs leave their disasters-stricken home lands for the Great Valley, a place of promise and opportunity. Cera reunites with her father, and Littlefoot joins his grandparents. Currently, there are thirteen sequels in circulation. Despite this, stills, animation cels, storyboards, color keys, and other production material from many of the deleted scenes have shown up in the past (and are continuing to surface more frequently on auction sites such as Heritage Auctions and Van Eaton Galleries in recent years), and some, interestingly enough, appear in the movie's counterpart storybooks Friends in Need, The Search for the Great Valley, and The Land Before Time: The Illustrated Story. It is unlikely that Sharptooth is his real name as it is also the name of his species, in production art, it is simply labeled "Tyrannosaurus Rex". Don Bluth's 1988 animated feature film The Land Before Time underwent a severe cutting and editing of footage. Sharptooth would have just missed biting her, as she ran past Littlefoot. Littlefoot follows the cloud through a cave and emerges just as the sunlight illuminates the landscape beneath him: He has found the Great Valley at last. They find Cera being harassed by a pack of Pachycephalosaurus, and, having been coated in tar, scare them away. The whole gang originally knew it was there, and they needed to stop Sharptooth, together. Sharptooth has four scenes in the film. As Sharptooth nears him, he escapes and the thorn-covered vin… - Don Bluth, Toon Talk Magazine, January 1, 2001, "Though [the uncut Sharptooth attack] was approved at the storyboard stage. Unlike the extended final fight, the extended plan to kill Sharptooth made it to post-production, and thus it is accompanied by a musical score. As mentioned in the quote and opening paragraphs, Spielberg had received the finished 80-82 minute film and was still not satisfied with it. Littlefoot and Cera would then try to turn around and run the other way, but the carnivore would lower his tail, blocking them off. One of the uncut "T-Rex [Sharptooth] Attack" storyboards. The ground begins to shake violently, and cracks develop beneath Littlefoot. Also, the film contains some music which is not included in the official soundtrack. "The Tyrannosaurus Rex, now in color, was unusually dramatic. The Land Before Time is an American children's franchise of animated adventure films by … He plods through the thorns after them and leans down through the thorns to catch Littlefoot. The rest can be found on Mark Pudleiner's blog, located in the References section. The roar was probably added to make it seem less obvious that this shot was actually reused later in the film, as during the scene where Sharptooth attacks Littlefoot and his friends after they had slept in his footprint, the same shot appears during the ensuing chase, excluding the roar. Other scenes were removed by Steven Spielberg and his editor fairly close to the release of the film, after it was scored, which is why there are portions in the music that end abruptly, are re-arranged or are missing, similar to several scenes from The Black Cauldron. 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