Sunday, February 19, 2012

The Lost World

Prof. Challenger (Wallace Beery) and Prof. Summerlee (Arthur Hoyt) behold the death struggle between allosaursus and trachodon. (The Lost World) (A First National Picture)


Directed by: Harry Hoyt. Produced by: Jamie White (executive) Earl Hudson (unc). Written by: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (novel) Marion Fairfax (screenplay) Starring: Bessie Love, Lewis Stone, Wallace Beery, Lloyd Hughes, Alma Bennett, Cinematography: Arthur Edeson. Editing by: George McGuire. Distributed by: First National Pictures. Release date(s): February 2, 1925 (USA) June 22, 1925 (USA, wide release) Running time: 106 (original) 55 (Kodascope 16 mm) 64 (1991) 100 (1998) 93 (2000) Country: United States. Language: Silent film. English: intertitles. Budget: $700,000

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The Lost World

IMAGE CREDIT: The lost world Author: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Publisher: A. L. Burt Company, 1912. Original from: Princeton University. Digitized: Feb 20, 2008. Length: 309 pages. Subjects: Fiction › Science Fiction › General, Challenger, Professor (Fictitious character) Dinosaurs, Fiction / Science Fiction / General, Prehistoric peoples, South America +sookie tex

TEXT RESOURCE: The Lost World (1925 film) From Wikipedia

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