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  • Actors: Bill Kerr, Natalie Schmitt, Daniel Searle
  • Directors: Mike Searle, Carolyn Bertram
  • Format: PAL, Widescreen
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: storyteller Media Group
  • DVD Release Date: October 1, 2009
  • Run Time: 54 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002PT03V0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #577,001 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Are Lizardmen roaming the American woods? Is it true that aliens in the shape of lizards abduct humans and transport them to their spacecraft? Some people believe that a remnant of the dinosaur era may have survived the ages and continued to evolve into a humanoid being. Daniel and Natalie are on a journey beyond known science to a world of Lizardmen and Aliens. What was lurking in the Bishopville swamp that almost scared young Christopher Davis to death? The lie-detector test that police gave him proves beyond doubt that he saw something out there. In this compelling episode, the Animal X - Natural Mystery Unit talks to eyewitnesses who claim they have seen Reptoid Creatures standing more than 210 centimetres (7 feet) tall with glowing red eyes and scales. We meet people who tell stories of alien creatures coming into their bedroom at night and we analyse vision filmed by the Mexican Air Force that scientist can only explain as being UFO s. Listen to the evidence and decide for yourself. We may not be alone in this universe and creatures from other planets may be visiting us here on Earth.

About the Actor

Bill Kerr Host FILM CREDITS INCLUDE: The Dam Busters A Year Of Living Dangerously Gallipoli -- Nominated for Best Supporting Actor, Sammy Awards The Light Horsemen Dusty The Pirate Movie Razorback Coca Cola Kid Relatives The Settlement Vigil N.Z. Double Skulls Running From The Guns Bush Fire Moon Kokoda Crescent You Know What Sailors Are The Carry On Series Ghost In The Noonday Sun The Night My Number Came Up The Wrong Arm Of The Law Tiffany Jones Hero s Mountain - Stuart Diver Story Sheep Over The Hill Clowning Around Natalie Schmitt Bachelor of Science, University of Western Australia. Majoring in Zoology and Botany. 1st Class Honours in Zoology. Thesis entitled: Training a Captive Reared Wallaby (Quokka: Setonix brachyurus) to Recognise Predators. Daniel Searle Daniel Searle is a documentary filmmaking. He has travelled internationally on numerous film shoots working as a Cameraman, Sound Recordist and Field Producer and Director. Daniel s interest in natural history and the environment is an important motivator behind the quality and style of his work. Credits include: TIGER SHARK National Geographic Channel MINI MONKEYS OF BRAZIL Discovery Channel MINI MARSUPIALS OF AUSTRALIA Discovery Channel ANIMAL X Classic 13 Episode Series on Cryptozoology for Discovery Channel ANIMAL ALLIES 26 Episode series on the work being done by vets and animal enthusiasts around the world. Discovery. WILDLFIE WARRIORS 1hr documentary on the Danish Military and its Environmental Strategies Discovery Channel MATTHEWS MIRACLE documentary special about a 14 year old boy who is dying of cancer SBS TV Australia MALICE OR MUTINY Documentary about a mutiny ABC TV Australia. CROAKING FROGS 1 hr Discovery Channel

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By an amazon member on November 12, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I honestly do not know what to make of this DVD. When "Animal X" was on Animal Planet a few years ago, I tried to save as many episodes as I could, but missed recording this episode, which I thought was one of their best. A few weeks ago, I did a random search for "Animal X" and noticed that individual episodes on DVD were available for purchase. What follows is a two part review: first part on the episode and second on the quality of the DVD itself.

"Reptilian Creatures." The focus of the episode is an attempt to take seriously and investigate accounts of reptilian humanoids, a.k.a. "Reptoids." These creatures are supposedly upright-walking humanoids who are obviously reptiles of some sort. The investigation begins in Bishopville, SC, where reports of the famed "Lizardman" began in the 1980's. The investigation then shifts to exploring the possibility that these animals exist, but the question is posited: how can they, when there is absolutely no evidence of animals of this type in the fossil record? This leads to a shift in investigating which brings in the possibility that these Reptoids are not natives of Earth at all... . Natalie and Daniel try their best in this episode (helped, of course, by the overbearing Bill "My Darlings" Kerr), but ultimately, just do not do their homework. They completely miss investigating reports of swamp-beasts that are documented from all over the South; many of which described as Lizard-things. A better conclusion could have been reached by consulting Keel's "Creatures Out of Time and Space" rather than interviewing a rather vapid British Fortean writer who obviously knows nothing about the subject. Also, too much time was wasted interviewing UFO contactees who have little to add to the investigation.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ashtar Command on February 14, 2013
Format: DVD
"Animal X: Natural Mystery Unit" is a series of documentaries of the usual monster-ghost type. And yes, they might scare your grandkids! Especially the "mission controller" Bill Kerr, who frankly scares me too, but perhaps for different reasons. Where on earth did they find this absurd, stereotypical character? The pseudo-dramatic music ads to the impression that we are far from Science Channel, LOL.

In this episode, the two young investigators Daniel and Natalie (both with distinctly non-American accents) roam the United States in pursuit of reptilian humanoids or reptoids, dropping leading questions to the eye-witnesses as they go along. The Bishopville, South Carolina "Lizard Man" is featured, and so are alien abductees, fringe ufologist John Rhodes of the Reptoid Research Center, and several token sceptics. Admittedly, the sceptics get more time than usual to explain their position. A Harvard psychiatrist even gets to lecture on the scientific method, reaching the conclusion that...well, reptoids from another planet aren't abducting our hard-working citizens. Thank you.

But what about Lizard Man in Bishopville? Well...? My explanation is that Bigfoot has learned how to don a green, reptilian suit, being stung by all the conventional BFRO reports. "It's just a North American ape". Would you accept a CV like that? I think not. Somebody somewhere is trying to send us a message! To quote Sherlock Holmes: "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be true". Precisely. :P

In fact, Daniel and Natalie reach the same conclusion (almost). They believe that Lizard Man is a misidentified Bigfoot overgrown with green algae... (I wonder how they will explain away Mothman in the next episode? Mothmen, after all, can fly!)

There, this entertaining (after a fashion) TV show ends. I'm not sure how to rate this, but since it made me a bit more upbeat, I suppose I have to give it three stars.
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