It was likely cut before the other scenes in this section since no animation cels have been found to date. 2. The sequence itself features Littlefoot and his friends coming upon an oasis, guarded by two groups of dinosaurs: "gray-noses" (Saurolophus) and "crown-heads" (Pachycephalosaurus) who refuse to share the water with each other due to them being of different species. Debatable. 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. A junior novelization of the original film revealed that vengeance for his damaged eye was Sharptooth's motivation. Below is a documentation of all the known cut scenes as of 2019. Sharptooth attacking the dead tree. 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. List of Sharpteeth in The Land Before Time, The Land Before Time II: The Great Valley Adventure, The Land Before Time III: The Time of the Great Giving, The Land Before Time IV: Journey Through the Mists, The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island, The Land Before Time VI: The Secret of Saurus Rock, The Land Before Time VII: The Stone of Cold Fire, The Land Before Time VIII: The Big Freeze, The Land Before Time IX: Journey to Big Water, The Land Before Time X: The Great Longneck Migration, The Land Before Time XI: Invasion of the Tinysauruses, The Land Before Time XII: The Great Day of the Flyers, The Land Before Time XIII: The Wisdom of Friends, The Land Before Time XIV: Journey of the Brave, Mikey Mesa/The Land Before Time 14 Soundtrack. 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. Sharptooth has four scenes in the film. Currently, it is still a work in progress. Then heads off never to be seen again. During battle, Sharptooth kills Littlefoot's Mother during the earthquake. Soon they manage to find a way to the bottom of a ravine. 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). I need to get back to my friend littlefoot.. She waits for him to be well away. When the movie was first screened, it seems it wasn't yet scored, since there are a number of scenes that simply don't fit anymore. In May 2017, Sharptooth signed to Pure Noise Records. She sends mud flying at him down a small hill, however, this causes Littlefoot and Cera to get swept up by the mud and thus they slide down and crash into Sharptooth's foot (as seen in the clip below from a trailer for the movie). Both these shots survived by being featured in one of the trailers. In Hal Hinson's review of the film (published on November 18, 1988, the day of the film's premiere in theaters) he wrote that the film was "only 80 minutes long". A pre-release tape that was distributed by McDonald's allegedly had a deleted scene included in it. Ducky says sadly. A review of the film by Hal Hinson, wherein he states the film he viewed had an 80-minute runtime. These scenes were also animated, and many in color, as shown in the still from The Search for the Great Valley book, located in the gallery. In the final film, he only charges into the rocks once, knocking Petrie off right away. The angle appears to be from the other side from where Littlefoot originally discovered it. He is known as the most persistent, agile, and dangerous sharptooth in the entire franchise. The scenes from the flashback are much different than the scenes in the film. The original ending is seen in all three book adaptions of the movie, as well as parts not adding up in the last act of the film that seem to suggest that the change to the ending was indeed a last-minute change, possibly one of the final edits made to the film before its theatrical release. Originally, Cera and Littlefoot fought about keeping him, after Ducky had figured out how to get him to follow them with cherries; in the final version, the narrator seems to reference this scene slightly. One unique track plays twice; first when Sharptooth wakes up after being rammed repeatedly by Cera, and two when Sharptooth returns to attack Littlefoot and his friends after they had unknowingly slept in one of his footprints for the night. Some screams were re-voiced using milder exclamations. This additional missing footage of the plan to kill Sharptooth (as indicated by analysis of the soundtrack and the mid-1987 script draft) would have features Littlefoot explaining the reasoning behind doing this: Sharptooth has found the Great Valley, and they must stop him before he enters. Others include an extended version of the scene where Spike debuts, as well as the final battle with Sharptooth. This section contains the first significant batch of scenes that were cut (or added in the Rooter case) when in the midst of the film’s production. These scenes can be found below. Apart from the trailer, four cels survive from one of the cut shots as well. He comes to see a elderly hookthumb sharptooth who looks rather scrawny. 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. Trivia. Many minor Sharpteeth appear throughout the series. The same berry still as before, this time uncropped, from the "Friends in Need" storybook. As Sharptooth nears him, he escapes and the thorn-covered vine… Early in the film, when Littlefoot was still a baby, there was originally going to be a scene where he encountered a Dinilysia (a type of prehistoric snake). 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 ends abruptly, are re-arranged or are missing, similar to several scenes from The Black Cauldron. "LITTLEFOOT!!" This cel, discovered in 2018, shows her agonizing expression. In a close-up shot following this, Sharptooth would also nearly gobble up Littlefoot as well (shown in the color key). [5][6]. This was one of the earliest of all the known cut scenes. Sharptooth is the main antagonist of the 1988 animated Don Bluth film The Land Before Time and its novelization.He is a homicidal Tyrannosaurus rex that seeks to cause death and destruction, and seeks revenge on Littlefoot and the others for damaging his eye. Land Before Time Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. One of the uncut "T-Rex [Sharptooth] Attack" storyboards. 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. Littlefoot then would have said, "Now we'll always be together". 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. 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. 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. Mustering all the youth she has left, she coralls what she can, among them, Littlefoot, F%$#bie, D$%^fa, and several other yellow bellies are cornered at the cliff edge. The "Biggest, Meanest, Most Ferocious Sharptooth Ever " is a minor villain from The Land Before Time VI: The Secret of Saurus Rock who appears in Grandpa Longneck's story. The Land Before Time VII: The Stone of Cold Fire. Some sharpteeth have come somewhat close to his level of strength. 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. A better quality version is available in the ".gif" form in its proper section. Knowing she’s dying, Mother’s last thoughts are of helping her son. Sharptooth is the main villain from the original Land Before Time movie. The original source of the cel to the right is not known - but it was featured in a couple of YouTube videos from 2012. For example, the music that plays when Sharptooth attempts to sniff out Littlefoot and Cera in the brambles features some additional instruments. 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. Sharptooth would have then turned and missed another bite, before bursting out of the thorn bushes and leaping over them (in the final film, Sharptooth bursting out of the ground and then leaping are instead used as two of the three shots immediately following him being blinded), landing directly above the two kids. The critics and reviewers of The Land Before Time were quick to notice the resemblance between the concepts of Littlefoot's Mother's death, and that of the main character's mother in the Disney movie Bambi, although Washington Post staff writer Hal Hinson remarked with some disdain upon the way a character was used, in this instance, "to address the issue in an instructive manner". she says sadly. Flashback Parasaurolophus - Fell off a cliff during a scuffle with a dromaeosaur pack. A "Plated Sharptooth" appears in The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island. 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. In the soundtrack, "If We Hold on Together" is listed after the "Whispering Winds" track, and before "Foraging for Food" (which was ultimately cut down), and the credits are separate. She imparts vital information, which is how to get to the safety of the Great Valley, but also leaves him with words to guide him through the psychological pain her death will cause. Littlefoot and Cera are swept up by a wave of mud created by Mother. Debatable. Littlefoot and Cera would then try to turn around and run the other way, but the carnivore would lower his tail, blocking them off. She's very obviously not there in any scene until she starts claiming she found the food and calling it the Great Valley; she probably came back when Littlefoot and Spike were calling the others. Nevertheless, it is implied in some Land Before Time literature that Sharptooth actually enjoys killing for fun, and the fact that he is extremely persistent about killing Littlefoot and his friends suggest he is acting out of hatred towards the children rather than just predation (although it is also shown there are no other suitable prey around, which in turn implies Sharptooth was desperate with hunger and persistently … — The Narrator, descriping Sharptooth's thoughts in The Land Before Time: The Illustrated Story. 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. A collection of snippets, stills and production sketches from some of the deleted scenes (outdated video). However, the book that was sold along with the original film gives more insight on his actual thoughts. As Grandpa Longneck's voice actor (Bill Erwin) was listed in the credits despite him never talking, there may have been a scene where he spoke in either the beginning or the end, but this is unknown at this point. The status of these prints remain unknown, but unfortunately, pre-release prints of films were often destroyed after screenings to prevent piracy. They would then fall and run away as he tore up the thorn tree (as seen through the stills in the gallery). She is shown to be a very loving mother to her only son. A "Browridge Sharptooth" (voiced by Danny Mann) appears in The Land Before Time VI: The Secret of Saurus Rock; One appears in climax of the sixth film. This article has been tagged as Needing work due to its clunky writing. These two scenes (the one where Sharptooth is searching for the kids, and the one where Sharptooth lunges and is blinded) were switched around before the film was scored for unknown reasons. They were such sweet little boys. The dark brown Allosaurus (or Canyon Sharptooth) actually takes the place of the Browridge Sharptooth, and it simply wakes up next t… Mother is knocked off balance, as well as Sharptooth, who then gets up and begins to run towards Littlefoot and Cera, fearing for his own life. The cel was assumed fake for a while as the proportions seemed to look a bit strange, and didn’t seem to fit in with the music at that time; however, the mid-1987 script draft that was found in 2018 proves its validity. Indicating that the scene was indeed swapped around. … Sharptooth was the first of his kind to appear in The Land Before Time media. He bears resemblance to the original Sharptooth and Chomper's father. There is a shot of Sharptooth that was cut from the Great Earthshake scene as well. she says with a sinister grin. Main article: SharptoothIn the first entry of the Land Before Time series, there was one particular Sharptooth, a male Tyrannosaurus rex, who served as the main antagonist of the film. he says. They all scramble to find a way down to him. Reconstruction of the initial swamp Sharptooth chase scene (dubbed "T-Rex Attack" in production), as well as the uncut Sharptooth fight scene (dubbed "The Fight"). However, this could also simply be an error, as the script does not suggest she ever disappeared or reappeared. Part of the heavily cut Sharptooth fight scene. In the final film, Sharptooth charges into the rocks, quickly knocking Petrie off of his ledge. Chomper sheds a tear and says "I wish I could help, but I'm no hunter. "What are we going to tell grandma and grandpa longneck? Sharptooth first appears when he approaches Littlefoot and Cera, who are playing together in a swamp. The scene was titled "Littlefoot and the Snake". [3] This runtime matches up with how long the film was originally going to be at release before it was trimmed down to 69 minutes just weeks before the premiere. oh wait I forgot I am not a character with a talking roll.". Some of these scenes made their way into various official trailers, press kits, promotional material, and book adaptations for the movie, due to being cut so close to the movie’s premiere in theaters. As evidenced by the mid-1987 script draft, Petrie originally fought with Sharptooth for a longer period of time. "I'm fine." "I can try," Littlefoot says. 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