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The Lost World (TV movie 1998)

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The Lost World (1998)

The Lost World is an Canadian/American movie produced by Fries Film Group / Shostak & Rossner Production released on 13 october 1998 starring Patrick Bergin as Professor Challenger. 93 minutes.

The movie is an adaptation of the Conan Doyle's novel: The Lost World, but with many differences with the original story:

  • Challenger doesn't have his famous square black beard.
  • A sponsor (Mr. Perreault) offers $100,000 for the first person who retrieves a dinosaur from The Lost World, leading to the betrayal of Lord Roxton.
  • The action takes place in Mongolia (instead South America) in 1938 (instead 1912).
  • Arthur Malone (instead Ned Malone).
  • Neanderthal natives are also found on the lower part of the plateau (i.e. not isolated from civilization).
  • The expedition members access the plateau with a balloon.
  • They find new hieroglyphs on the plateau.
  • Summerlee and Roxton are killed on the plateau.
  • Malone is left alone on the Plateau never to return.
  • After his return, Challenger announces to the Academy that The Lost World doesn't exist.
  • etc



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Cast


  • Director : Bob Keen
  • Screenplay : Leopold St-Pierre, Jean Lafleur
  • Executive Producer : Barry Barnholtz, Omar Kaczmarczyk, John Landis
  • Producer : Danny Rossner, Murray Shostak
  • Line Producer : Luc Campeau
  • Original Music : Milan Kymlicka
  • Cinematography : Barry Gravelle
  • Film Editor : Isabelle Lévesque
  • Sound Designer : Scot Thiessen
  • Production Design : Sylvain Gingras
  • Art Director : Sylvain Gingras
  • Costume Design : Nicole Pelletier
  • Assistant Hair Stylist : Linda Bourgon
  • Special Make Up Effects Designers : Erik Gosselin, Karl Gosselin
  • Key Hair Stylist : Serge Morache
  • Production Manager: Second Unit : Bill Burns
  • Unit Production Manager : Luc Campeau
  • Post-Production Supervisor : Vince Di Clemente
  • Second Assistant Director : Thomas Parkinson
  • First Assistant Director : Blair Roth
  • Third Assistant Director : Tanya van Blokland
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer : Richard Betanzos
  • Dialog Editor : Scott Donald
  • Adr Supervisor : Jacques Plante
  • Sound Effects Editor : Cory Rizos
  • Special Effects Supervisor : Louis Craig
  • Special Effects Technician : André Laforest
  • Special Effects : Tony Mayor
  • Animatronics : Jason McCameron
  • Digital Compositor : Sébastien Bergeron
  • Visual Effects Producer : Patrick Faille
  • Digital Compositor : Nathalie Girard
  • Digital Artist : Patrick Martel
  • Visual Effects Artist : Tony Mayor
  • Digital Effects Artist : Ken Nielsen
  • Digital Artist : Jean-Sébastien Savard
  • Stunt Performer : Annie Carignan, Mike Chute, Marc Desourdy, Jean Frenette, Jere Gillis, Nathalie Girard, Johnny Goar, Stéphane Lefebvre, Puven Pather, Jérôme Tiberghien
  • Utility Stunts : Patrick Kerton
  • Stunt Coordinator : David McKeown
  • Gaffer : Martin Lamarche
  • Key Grip : Jan Mark Lapointe
  • First Assistant Camera: "B" Camera : Dany Racine
  • Key Wardrobe Dresser : Sophie Beasse
  • Projectionist : Michael Altman
  • Unit Publicist : Bram Eisenthal
  • Assistant Production Accountant : Kristijana Maric
  • Production Coordinator: Second Unit : Susan Murray
  • Assistant To Producers : Thomas G. Philpott





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