Dilophosaurus (Spitter), part 5
Shane Mahan works on the final Spitter puppet that audiences see in "Jurassic Park." The Stan Winston Studio used a system of interchangeable heads for the dinosaur to make scene transition easier. The Dilophosaurus' infamous projectile poison spit comes from a paintball mechanism that blasted out a mixture of methacyl, K-Y Jelly, and some food coloring.
The video below reveals more about the complexities of creating and playing a Dilophosaurus in "Jurassic Park":
April 7, 2013 6:59 AM PDT
Photo by: Stan Winston School of Character Arts
| Caption by: Christopher MacManus
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