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The Lost World

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Willis O'Brien's (King Kong) special effects highlight Arthur Conan Doyle's adventure in a world of prehistoric monsters.

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  • Actors: Wallace Beery, Bessie Love, Lloyd Hughes, Lewis Stone, Alma Bennett
  • Directors: Harry O. Hoyt
  • Writers: Arthur Conan Doyle, Marion Fairfax
  • Producers: David Shepard, Earl Hudson, Jamie White, Scott MacQueen
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Black & White, NTSC, Silent
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Alpha Video
  • DVD Release Date: October 22, 2002
  • Run Time: 63 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006SFJ2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #76,380 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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51 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Brian C. Davis on January 17, 2002
Format: VHS Tape
I just finished watching Image's restored edition of the 1925 Lost World, prepared for DVD issue, but thankfully also released on very high quality VHS tape for luddites like me. This is one case where the VHS tape was not just an afterthought--the quality of the tape is exceptional, and mine had absolutely NO tracking problems, tape glitches, or audio dropouts whatsoever--something that has become all too rare these days.
This version restores many lost scenes and many lost parts of scenes, restoring much character development, as well as some truly-impressive dinosaur footage. Compared to previous abridged versions, this one runs over half an hour longer, thanks to footage from *eight* prints, especially a Czech print found in the 90's from which most of the lost scenes come from.
Anyway, I'm absolutely stunned by the quality of the film. It's never looked better, and for the very first time, it no longer seems like merely an important FX historical curiosity, but is now a fully satisfying adventure/fantasy film. The pacing no longer feels rushed, and Willis O'Brien's groudbreaking stop-motion and matte FX work is still simply amazing today. There's a restored dinosaur stampede and aftermath that features far more fully-articulated dinosaurs than anything in Jurassic Park. I am a fan of dinosaur films generally, and I can honestly say that in its restored form, the 1925 Lost World is simply the best dinosaur film I have ever seen.
The image looks fantastic for such an old film too, and the color-tinting is very intelligently used--blue for night, brown/sepia for indoor, green for jungle--but it never comes across as intrusive.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By J Metcalf on April 15, 2005
Format: DVD
The Image Entertainment version is definitely the version of this movie to own on DVD. It is the most complete version available, about half an hour longer than any other version. Also, the picture looks great and real care was taken on the special features. Bravo. However, I would like to point one curiosity about this version. I have seen the truncated hour-long version several times before, and there is a difference in the final "Brontosaurus on the loose" scene. In the shorter, more common version, there is a scene where the Brontosaurus roars into the camera, followed by a shot of its tail, knocking over several people on the street. In Image's restored, extended version, these scenes do not appear, but are replaced with alternate, more subtle shots. First, the dinosaur snarls, then we get a shot of his tail knocking around a single body on the street. The scenes are similar, but different depending on which version of the film you're watching. I thought it strange to watch the restored version of this movie and not see two of the most famous shots. Strangely, they are also nowhere to be found in the special features. It is a slight omission, but one that I noticed right away. If you want to see those scenes, you'll have to get one of the shorter versions of the movie. Still, if you can only own one, I recommend the Image DVD. Overall, it is the most superior and complete version. Too bad it wasn't quite perfect.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 29, 1999
Format: DVD
This is DVD for Disappointing, Very Disappointing. And Sloppy, too. Very Sloppy. Slingshot gives us a (reasonably) good transfer of a classic and lovely old monster movie, but the supposedly "Special Collector's Edition" fails to deliver half of the extras advertised on the back of the DVD. There is no Second Audio Track (Music Only), no in-depth essay by Scott MacQueen, no Ray Harryhausen Letter, no Technical Notes, and no recreation with stills and script excerpts of "missing scenes" of the original 10-reel version. What a pity! I'm returning my copy and hoping that someone else releases it with the care and supplements that the movie deserves.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Joseph P. Menta, Jr. VINE VOICE on September 25, 2001
Format: DVD
This 1925 silent film still works as an involving, pretty exciting experience, not in just a "let's see how a dinosaur movie made in 1925 looks" kind of way. This Image Entertainment restored edition is definitely the DVD version to get, as it's about thirty minutes longer than the other editions on the market. I especially liked the epic shots of the dinosaur plateau in the distance; the creepy man/gorilla creature; and the nice views of London at the beginning and end. The dinosaur action is also impressive more than seventy-five years later, though I thought most of the dinosaurs were more cute than scary. Another nice touch is the long booklet included with the DVD; it's a reproduction of the original souvenir program given to patrons at the film's premiere. There are lots of other great extras to enjoy, too, including a choice of two musical tracks to accompany the film. Oh, yes, an excellent article about the various undertakings to restore this movie- including Image's efforts- appears in the 75th issue (dated Sept. 2001, I believe) of "Video Watchdog", a very good monthly digest about genre movies. After reading the article, I went out and picked up "The Lost World", and I'm happy I did.
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