|Dino Boy in the Lost Valley|
|Genre||Science Fiction, Action/Adventure|
|Created by||Alex Toth|
|Starring|| Gary Owens|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||18 (List of Episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)|| William Hanna|
|Running time||7 minutes (approx.)|
|Production company(s)||Hanna-Barbera Productions|
|Original run||September 10, 1966– September 7, 1968|
Dino Boy is a young boy named Todd who parachuted out of a crashing plane with his parents still on board. He lands in an unknown South American valley where dinosaurs, cavemen, and prehistoric mammals somehow have survived alongside some strange creatures and various tribes like the Moss Men, the Rock Pygmies, and others. Dino Boy then meets the caveman Ugh (who saves Dino Boy from a saber-tooth tiger when he first arrives) and his pet Brontosaurus Bronty who become his friends in the episodes to come.
The valley may have presented hidden dangers at every turn, but that didn't prevent a restless preteen like Dino Boy from doing enough carefree exploring to keep Ugh on his toes. Dino Boy and even Ugh routinely fell victim to being captured or otherwise put in mortal danger and, with the help of Bronty, took turns rescuing one another from harm. Always able to outwit or out-fight their opponents, the two were able to return to their cave dwelling after each harrowing adventure.
- Johnny Carson (who soon reverted to his full name, John David Carson, because of the talk show host) — Todd/Dino Boy
- Mike Road — Ugh
- Don Messick — Bronty
- Gary Owens - Opening Narration
2. "The Moss Men"
3. "The Treemen"
4. "The Fire God"
5. "The Mighty Snow Creature"
6. "The Wolf People"
7. "Valley of the Giant"
8. "The Ant Warriors"
9. "The Bird Riders"
10. "Giant Ants"
11. "The Rock Pygmies"
12. "Danger River"
13. "The Vampire Men"
14. "The Terrible Chase"
15. "The Sacrifice"
16. "The Maksman"
17. "The Spear Warriors"
18. "The Worm People"
Warner Home Video released Space Ghost and Dino Boy: The Complete Series on DVD on July 17, 2007. The DVD edition presents the episodes on two double-sided DVDs, but alters the order of the episodes from the original air-date order.