The adventures of a band of explorers stranded in a mysterious land inhabited by dinosaurs and other dangers.
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Series cast summary:
Peter McCauley ...  Professor George Challenger / ... 66 episodes, 1999-2002
Rachel Blakely ...  Marguerite Krux / ... 66 episodes, 1999-2002
Jennifer O'Dell ...  Veronica Layton / ... 66 episodes, 1999-2002
William Snow ...  Lord John Roxton / ... 66 episodes, 1999-2002
David Orth ...  Ned Malone / ... 54 episodes, 1999-2002
Michael Sinelnikoff ...  Professor Arthur Summerlee / ... 23 episodes, 1999-2001
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At the dawn of the 20th century, a band of adventurers are part of an expedition to prove the existence of a lost world isolated from the modern world. Disaster happens and the band find themselves trapped and isolated in this dangerous land with only the help of a young wild woman who was stranded in the land herself as a child. Together, the band fight to survive against the fearsome dinosaurs and other dangers that land has as they search for a way to escape. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@home.com>

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This series was originally aired as the first pay-per-view series offered via a multichannel television service (DirecTV), and contained nudity and extended scenes. The syndicated version on TV and DVD releases have been edited. See more »

Quotes

Marguerite Krux: Are you offering to launder my clothes for me?
Lord John Roxton: Certainly. Anything to get you out of them.
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Alternate Versions

At least one episode has a scene with frontal female nudity, which is edited out of syndicated commercial TV prints. See more »

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Version of The Lost World (1999) See more »

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A fun, cheesy show
29 August 2004 | by gtc83See all my reviews

The best thing about this show was the chemistry between the characters. Everyone was energetic in their roles, and it really drew me in and made me feel a part of their "family". The action was usually a bit on the silly side, though always entertaining. It struck a nice balance there. The special effects were good for a TV show, though still not too realistic, which added to the wonderful cheesiness of it. The writing was always creative. They would take just about any idea that popped into their heads and make an episode out of it, meaning that it never got bogged down in a handful of similar plots like so many other action/adventure shows. The fact that it never took itself very seriously was key to its charm.

All in all, a wonderful bit of escapism that was always a hoot. I'm glad it's available on DVD.


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Language:

English

Release Date:

2 October 1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Lost World See more »

Filming Locations:

Australia See more »

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Runtime:

(66 episodes)

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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