|Walk the Dinosaur|
|Length:||1:34 (music video)|
2:59 (full song)
|Producer:||Cool & Dre|
"Walk the Dinosaur" is a song from Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, performed by Queen Latifah (the voice of Ellie; however, it wasn't featured on the scores album. The original 1987 song was done by the band Was (Not Was) and was later used by George Clinton for the 1993 Super Mario Bros. movie adaption. This version was produced by Miami hitmakers Cool & Dre.
The song is available to purchase from the iTunes Store.
A music video to promote Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs premiered on June 20, 2009. It shows the animals (primarily Sid and the dinosaur babies) dancing to the music, plus additional clips from the film.
Official Video for Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
- Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs is the 2nd movie starring John Leguizamo to feature "Walk the Dinosaur," the first one being Super Mario Bros.
- Walk the Dinosaur music video
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