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Running from the Dinosaur Stampede

Alan, Lex and Tim are running away from a frenzied herd of dinosaurs. This unforgettable cinematic moment was filmed in the beautiful country of Hawaii. Eager to know exactly where in Hawaii this scene was shot? Read on for the exact filming location details or click on the map pin icon in the navigation section.

Alan: The wheel uniform changes just like a flock of birds evading a predator.
Tim: They’re, uh… they’re flocking this way

Where was Running from the Dinosaur Stampede filmed?

In this electrifying scene, the characters are seen sprinting away from a horde of prehistoric beasts. This thrilling chase took place at the Kualoa Ranch, near the major city of Honolulu in the Oahu area of Hawaii.

More about Kualoa Ranch:

Kualoa Ranch is not just famous for Jurassic Park. The vast nature reserve has been the backdrop for several blockbuster movies and TV shows due to its breathtaking landscapes and versatile terrain. Whether it’s dense tropical forests or majestic mountains, Kualoa Ranch offers filmmakers a unique and picturesque setting.

The scene filmed at Kualoa Ranch in Oahu:

Running from the Dinosaur Stampede
The main characters, Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill), and the children, Lex (Ariana Richards) and Tim (Joseph Mazzello), find themselves in a terrifying race against time as they are chased by a stampede of dinosaurs across a vast field. The urgency of the scene is palpable, made all the more impactful by the lush and open landscapes of the Kualoa Ranch.

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