The Land Before Time VII: The Stone of Cold Fire (2000)

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A mysterious object crashes near the great valley, and Petrie's untrustful uncle arrives in search of it, believing it to be "a storm of cold fire", a susposed rock of great powers.


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Director:

Charles Grosvenor

Writer:

Len Uhley (screenplay)

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12 February 2010 | TheLittleSongbird
7
| After re watching this after a while, I now think "Stone of Cold Fire" surpasses "Time of the Great Giving" as the best of the sequels
When I first saw this sequel two years ago, I thought it was merely okay. Recently I have been on an endeavour to re watch all of the sequels to see whether my initial opinion of them had changed. In some cases no, but this was one of those cases when it was better than I thought. I did remark in my "Time of the Great Giving" review last year saying that was the best of the sequels, but now even with its problems, this one is the one I enjoyed most. Of course it is not as good as the stunning original, which is one of my favourite movies of all time, but it is an above average sequel. It is too short though, and the story structure is a little episodic and the songs on the limp side, but the film skips along nicely, helped by some nice animation and some funny dialogue. Actually along with "Great Valley Adventure" this is the sequel with the funniest dialogue, such as Sierra's "no no no yep yep yep, is driving me nuts nuts nuts!". The villains I thought were interesting here, Pterrano is a different sort of villain, not menacing like Hexxus or the Horned King but charming and smooth-talking. Michael York voiced him perfectly, in fact the voice acting was top notch here. All in all, this is a good sequel, with its problems yes, but kids are more likely to overlook any of the franchise's flaws and just lap up the sense of fun the franchise in general has. 7/10 Bethany Cox

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Did You Know?

Trivia

This is the first film in which Petrie cries, although he may have cried in the original, however, his face is turned away from the camera in that movie. In this film, he cries four times. First film in which Spike cries; there are tears visible in his eyes during the scene where he draws in the dirt


Quotes

Rhinkus: Ooh, you bent my beak.
Pterano: The next time, keep it shut!
Sierra: Why should we? Them brats wouldn't fall for your little act. I say we go find that cold - fire - thingy on our own.
Pterano: I repeat Mr Sierra, we don't know where the stone landed.
Rhinkus: Then why not simply ...
Rhinkus: ...


Goofs

The fiery comet which Littlefoot sees at night is now yellow instead of blue (although it remains blue during the song Beyond the Mysterious Beyond), the fiery pit which blows Littlefoot and his friends out of Threehorn Peak and the small boulder they stand on are entirely reanimated, the pillar of light at the very end is more shiny, and the late-1990's Universal Television logo is added right before the Universal Cartoon Studios logo (which is mysteriously sourced from The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island, judging from the last second of the end credits music being heard between both logos).


Alternate Versions

On current digital printings and STARZ and HBO airings/streaming platforms, there have been many alterations to the film:

  • The 1997 Universal Pictures logo is now zoomed in.
  • Both title cards are now shown right before the comets zoom into the light during the opening scene
  • The fiery comet which Littlefoot sees at night is now yellow instead of blue (although it remains blue during the song "Beyond the Mysterious Beyond").
  • The fiery pit which blows Littlefoot and his friends out of Threehorn Peak and the small boulder they stand on are entirely reanimated
  • The pillar of light at the very end is more shiny.
  • The late-1990's Universal Television logo is added right before the Universal Cartoon Studios logo (which is mysteriously sourced from The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island (1997), judging from the last second of the end credits music being heard between both logos).


Soundtracks

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Written by
Michele Brourman and Amanda McBroom
Performed by Michael York, Jim Cummings and Rob Paulsen

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Genres

Animation | Adventure | Family | Musical

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