One Of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing

One Of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing
One Of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing

Year

1975

Duration

90 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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London's Natural History Museum gets a starring role in this madcap, slapstick adventure - the highlight of which is the pursuit of an enormous dinosaur skeleton through the foggy capital city. Mary Poppins would be proud of the group of nannies that take centre stage here, as they join forces to defeat a criminal mastermind who is trying to steal a vital piece of microfilm.

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