Dinosaur King
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Dinosaur King

These are the Theme Songs heard at the beginning of every episode of the Dinosaur King Anime, and at the end of the Japanese version (the English closer was a shortened version of its intro). While the Japanese version featured a new intro for Season 2 (Pterosaur Legends/Mesozoic Meltdown), the English dub kept the same intro in every episode, not adopting the season's advertised subtitle nor new visuals from the episodes.

Japanese[]

Season 1[]

  • Opening (1-49): Chiisa na Bokura no Ooki na Heart (小さな僕らの大きなハート) by ICHIKO
  • Ending (1-31): Kyouryuu Muscle (恐竜マッスル) by Hiromichi Satou
  • Ending (32-49): Kyouryuu Dadanba (恐竜ダダンバ) by Hiromichi Satou

Season 2[]

English[]

  • Opening (1-79): Dinosaur King Show Open
  • Ending (1-79): Dinosaur King Show Open (shortened)
  • Produced by: John Siegler
  • Associate Music Producer: Michael Brady
  • Main Title Theme by: Norman J. Grossfield and John Siegler
  • Composed by: John Angier, Louis Cortelezzi, Julian Harris, Peter Lurye, Ralph Schuckett, John Siegler
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Dinosaur King Show Open

English Opening

Lyrics[]

Dinosaur King is what you wanna be, yeah
(Make your move! C'mon an' make your move!)

Dinosaur King is your destiny, yeah
(Make your move! C'mon an' make your move!)

Control your cards right in your hands
Jurassic giants at your command!

D-D-D-D-Team!
Watch out
Here we go
Prehistoric dinosaurs
Aren't ex-tinct anymore
See 'em fight, hear 'em roar
Watch out 'cuz they're right next door!

The past is in the present
Time's been twisted upside-down
These fossils are colossal
Only one can wear the crown!

Dinosaur King is what you want to be, yeah
(Make your move! C'mon an' make your move!)

Dinosaur King is your destiny, yeah
(Make your move! C'mon an' make! Your! Move!)

(Loud Dinosaur Roar)

Trivia[]

  • The Japanese opening theme has scenes set in Easter Island, the Netherlands, Venice, and Macchu Picchu, despite no episodes set in those locations (the Netherlands and Venice scenes being borrowed into the English opening, too).

Gallery[]

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