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Jurassic Park


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PM Steven Spielberg 's blockbuster adventure, starring
Sam Neill , Laura Dern
Jeff Goldblum , Richard Attenborough
Billionaire tycoon John Hammond has built the ultimate theme park -an island populated by genetically engineered dinosaurs. A group of guests, including
Hammond's grandchildren, are invited to preview the attraction, touring the park in remotely controlled cars. But, as a tropical storm gathers, an unscrupulous employee shuts down the security system, leaving the tour stranded and mayhem about to break loose. The natural history series, Walking with Dinosaurs, begins tomorrow at 8.30pm and the American Rim Institute's salute to Spielberg is on Wednesday at 11.55pm.
(1993. PG) (S) (W)
Film of the week: page 55 *****


Unknown: Steven Spielberg
Unknown: Sam Neill
Unknown: Laura Dern
Unknown: Jeff Goldblum
Unknown: Richard Attenborough
Unknown: John Hammond
Dr Alan Grant: Sam Neill
Dr Ellie Sattler: Laura Dem
Ian Malcolm: Jeff Goldblum
John Hammond: Richard Attenborough
Robert Muldoon: Bob Peck
Donald Gennaro: Martin Ferrero
DrWu: Bd Wong
Tim: Joseph Mazzello
Lex: Ariana Richards
Arnold Samuel: L Jackson

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