When Dinosaurs Roamed America (shortened to When Dinosaurs Roamed outside of the U.S.) is a two-hour American television program (produced in the style of a traditional nature documentary) that first aired on Discovery Channel in 2001. It was directed by Pierre de Lespinois and narrated by actor John Goodman. The featured dinosaurs were designed by Paleo-artist and art director Mark Dubeau, noted for creating dinosaurs for many other Discovery Channel and National Geographic specials. The dinosaur animation was accomplished by animator Don Waller at Meteor Studios, in Montreal, Canada. The music was composed by Christopher Franke (ex-member from Tangerine Dream). When Dinosaurs Roamed America premiered to 5 million viewers.
|2002||Emmy||Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or More)||Nominated|
|2002||Emmy||Outstanding Sound Editing for Non-Fiction Programming (Single or Multi-Camera)||Won|