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Product Details

  • Actors: David Warner
  • Format: Box set, Collector's Edition, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Madacy Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: February 5, 2008
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00122OBHS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #310,258 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Customer Reviews

A good family entertainment adventure.
Ronald J. Snider
So, all in all, this is a very enjoyable movie and one of the best movie adaptations of Professor Challenger that I have seen.
Joshua Koppel
A good film to watch on saturday afternoon or whenever.
Robert Williams

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By The_MOSEPH! on March 3, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
These two films may not be the best in the effects department, but they're great fun the whole family can enjoy. Plenty of adventure without the gory violence of some other versions of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's story. John Rhys-Davies and David Warner are always fun to watch. The players really seem to be into their parts and bring the story to life. The films are done very much in the tradition of the family adventure films of the 60's with great success. If your children love dinosaurs, but you'd rather not subject them to something as intense as the Jurassic Park films, then this is a wonderful alternative.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lorenzo M. in the Hollywood CA Area VINE VOICE on March 27, 2009
Format: DVD
Made over 20 years ago, this is the retelling of a classic and has a bonus - the sequel that came after it is included.

Starring some acting legends - John-Ryse Davies (Indiana Jones 1 & 3, Sliders), David Warner (Star Trek V & VI, Time After Time, Time Bandits) and the then unknown but always working Eric McCormack (Will and Grace) the adventure takes them on a journey to prove the lost world exists. Eric is quite good and funny in the role as the reporter looking for the scoop!

Harmony Gold is the production company and the special effects are a little trite, but the chemistry of the characters is fun and the story is basically true to the original. There are a few additions that they need to give license to so the story could be more timely.

Filled with action, suspense, drama and humor - it is a 90 minute romp through Africa to find the most artificial looking Dinosaurs I have ever seen. But ignoreing the technology of the late 80's..it is is fun.

The three disc set includes the sequal which furthers the adventure sof the six travelers complete with their idiosyncracies and issues and an even more glorious threat - man will destroy the Dinosaurs in the lost world!

The third disc is an only early 80's movie "The Mummy's Revenge" - A very bad B type film with gory effects and artificial mummy's . I laughed a lot but it was fun to see the 80's wardrobe and haircuts.

This is a great price for an okay movie. And another telling of a classic story. 3-27-09
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tsuyoshi on February 4, 2007
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Conan Doyle's famous adventure story has been filmed many times before. The most notable version is, of course, the silent version made in 1925 and its stop-motion animation of dinosaurs (by Willis H. O'Brien). Now if you're looking for something like a huge dinosaur walking in the jungle, you should avoid this one. Though this was released only one year before "Jurassic Park," the best special effects of this low-budget film is rubber puppets someone holding from under.

That does not mean `The Lost World" (1992) is a joyless ride. Actually this is a pretty good, old-fashioned adventure film that you might have seen in the 1960s and thanks to the capable cast who knows what they are doing and the beautiful scenery, this film is a pretty enjoyable one. Prolific Welsh actor John Rhys-Davies is cast as Professor Challenger, and his credible portrait of the delightfully boisterous and pompous professor virtually carries the film.

David Warner is proud Professor Summerlee who is equally believable and amusing, and so is Eric McCormack (later known as Will of the popular TV series "Will and Grace") as Edward Malone. The original book's Lord John Roxton is replaced by American millionaire Jenny Nielson (Tamara Gorski), but sadly she has little to do in this tightly-written story which is fairly faithful to Doyle's book except they changed the location to Africa (the film is shot on location in Zimbabwe).

Again I say you should not expect the eye-popping special effects of Spielberg (or Stuart Orme-directed `The Lost World' made in 2001 f or that matter). This is an old-fashioned adventure film, and it works as such.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Richard Brookes on June 4, 2005
Format: DVD
The only reason I could give this film as many as 2 stars is due to the (over?)acting of John Rhys-Davies. I just like the guy. The story was growing whiskers when your grandfather read the book. You know the drill - professor discovers an isolated plateau in deepest, darkest Africa and sees (gasp) dinosaurs therein. His expedition is diverted from going further by an attack perpetrated by his guide. He returns to London having lost his pictures, notes and everything and when he tells his colleagues about his discovery, they laugh him out of the Royal Zoological Society or whatever. (Dinosaurs? You've been hitting the sherry again, old chap) But by a clever ruse, he gets his most vocal opponent to agree to mount an expedition to go back to the "lost world" thus proving the prof's wild story.

So far, so good. This is where things begin to go downhill. The expedition is joined by a London journalist and a wealthy American photographer who for some reason agrees to fund the entire trip. She sort of adds the love interest, if there actually is any. When the expedition does reach the "lost world," the flick hits rock bottom. There are "man eating" dinosaurs, a local tribe that worships them, characters falling into pterodactyl caves, attacks by hostile tribes, friendly tribes that must be saved and even more hackneyed devices that have cluttered up genre movies since before King Kong and right up to the present. The special effects are 1)pterodactyls soaring seen from a great distance (probably stock footage), 2)tyrannosaur heads popping up out of the foliage, 3) dinosaur eggs, 4)cute muppet-type hatchling dinosaurs 5)and so forth. "Jurassic Park" it is NOT!
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