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January 2, 2004 | Susan King, Times Staff Writer
Stuart Sumida leads a double life. In academia, the personable Sumida is a respected paleontologist who is a biology professor and graduate program coordinator at Cal State San Bernardino. But in Hollywood circles, he is the go-to guy animators rely on to bring them up to speed on animal anatomy and locomotion.
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January 2, 2004 | Susan King, Times Staff Writer
Stuart Sumida leads a double life. In academia, the personable Sumida is a respected paleontologist who is a biology professor and graduate program coordinator at Cal State San Bernardino. But in Hollywood circles, he is the go-to guy animators rely on to bring them up to speed on animal anatomy and locomotion.
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June 6, 1993 | CHRIS WILLMAN
The verdict isn't in yet on what they'll think of "Jurassic Park." But when paleontologists have nightmares, they dream of old dinosaur movies--some of the greatest founts of fudging and outright scientific misinformation ever. Consider some of the problems that plagued the prehistoric monster movies of the B.C. (before Crichton) age: Confusion of eras. Never mind that most evolutionists insist that dinosaurs and cave gals never walked the Earth at the same time.
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October 28, 2003 | Charles Solomon
Parental advisory: Disney's "Brother Bear" continues a generations-old distortion of the natural world as upbeat and kind. Sure, Chip and Dale made Donald Duck's life a waking nightmare, Wile E. Coyote exploded megatons of dynamite in his efforts to nail Road Runner and, yes, ravenous bats did attack the dragonfly messenger in "The Rescuers." The disillusioning truth, however, is that when it comes to portraying wildlife, cartoons do not always comport with reality.
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