Film: The Beast of Hollow Mountain (1956)
Height/Weight: About that two elephants atop one another.
Summary: When you want a dinosaur to terrorize some people and you can't get your hands on a T.Rex, don't fret! Just use the T.Rex of the Jurassic Period, the Allosaurus. This beast can be the bane of the more southern regions, such as Mexico.
History: In the more rugged parts of Mexico, there is what the locals refer to as "Hollow Mountain". This place is considered no-man's land by everyone, as it is said to contain ancient relics of the past, particularly a large bull Allosaurus that terrorizes the neighboring town and its cattle every time there's a drought.
Notable Kills: After the beast approaches a herd of cattle, said herd is spooked into running over two vagrants and giving the town a taste of the Mexican tradition known as "The Running of the Bulls".
Final Fate: Alas, it is the over-glorified white man who saves them all, as a newbie cowboy lures the monster into stepping into a mire, where the beast sinks and disappears into the muck.
Powers/Abilities: It is slightly bulletproof.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 2.5-Its close-up shots are portrayed by feet and arms more at home at Party City, and the stop-motion can get a little choppy at times, but the mangy look helps.
Trivia: -Not a single Allosaurus fossil has been discovered in Mexico.
-Allosaurus means "Strange Lizard" in Greek.