Film: Paddingfest-I mean Lost Continent (1951)
Height/Weight: From the size of a rhinoceros to that of a fork lift.
Summary: Rock climing, rock climbing, rock climbing, jungle searching, rock climbing, MORE GODFORSAKEN ROCKCLIMBING-oh, look dinosaurs.
History: At some point in time, an atomic rocket got stuck in uncharted territory in the south pacific, specifically a newly discovered island. The island was once populated with people, but the vast majority left when the rocket struck and scarred them off. Soon, a group of people was sent to locate the rocket, but at some point they must have gotten bored and decided to just climb the big platau over and over and OVER AND OVER AND AHHHHHHH!!!!!! Oh, and some dinosaurs attack them.
Notable Kills: Credit where credit is due, there's a rather gory fight between two rival Triceratops over who-knows-what. It ends badly for one of them.
Final Fate: After the team finds what they're looking for, the previously dormant volcano spontaneously blows up, ripping the island asunder and taking all life with it. The team manages to get away just in time with canoes.
Powers/Abilities: Nothing much, except the goring horns of the triceratops.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 1.5-The dinosaurs are rare, slow, and don't have the most impressive stop-motion work going for them. Still, they do bleed a lot.
Trivia: -This film was shot in no less than 11 days.
-More than a decade later, the film's lead star, Cesar Romero, would go on to play as the Joker in the Adam West Batman series.