The Lost World (1925 film)

1925 film by Harry O. Hoyt

The Lost World is a 1925 film about an expedition to a land where dinosaurs still roam.

Never a picture like this.
Directed by Harry Hoyt. Written by Marion Fairfax, based on the novel by Arthur Conan Doyle.
Mighty prehistoric monsters clash with modern lovers!  (taglines)

Ed MaloneEdit

  • Professor Challenger, I've got to go on this expedition! The girl I'm engaged to won't marry me until I've faced death or...

Prof. ChallengerEdit

  • And I'm not here tonight to defend my statements - - but to demand that a committee be formed to go back to the Lost World with me.
  • My friend, Sir John Roxton! Accepted! Your record as a hunter of big game will add weight to your testimony - if we return!

TaglinesEdit

  • See the mighty prehistoric monsters clash with modern lovers in a most remarkable story of love, romance and amazing adventure.
  • Mighty prehistoric monsters clash with modern lovers!
  • Never a picture like this.
  • Presented by First National Pictures, Inc. by arrangement with Watterson R. Rothacker.
  • Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's stupendous story!

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