The Lost World

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Name: The Lost World
Abbreviation(s): TLW
Creator: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (original writer)
see IMDB for full credits
Date(s): 1912 (book)
1999 - 2002 (television)
Medium: Live-action television
Country of Origin: Canada, Australia, New Zealand
External Links: Wikipedia IMDB TV.com
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The Lost World is a live-action fantasy science fiction television show based on the 1912 novel of the same name by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

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At the dawn of the 20th century, a band of five adventurers are part of an expedition to prove the existence of a lost world isolated from the modern world. The expedition group find themselves trapped and isolated in this dangerous uncharted Amazon prehistoric plateau when their hot-air balloon is destroyed. They find help in a young wild woman who was stranded in the land herself as a child with her parents (although they too disappeared years prior). Together, the group fight to survive against dinosaurs and other dangers that the land has as they search for a way to go home.

Main Characters

  • Professor George Edward Challenger - leader to prove The Lost World exists.
  • Professor Arthur Summerlee - a colleague to Challenger
  • Marguerite Krux (née Smith) — financier of the expedition
  • Major Lord John Richard Roxton — vast hunting experience (He serves as protector of the group.)
  • Edward "Ned" T. Malone - American newspaper reporter
  • Veronica Layton - young jungle-savvy woman whose parents disappeared years earlier and serves as the group's guide through the Lost World.

In the original book the party consists of the four men only, and Malone is British.

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Season 4

Due to various behind the scenes issues the series was unexpectedly cancelled after season 3, leaving the series on a cliffhanger ending and many story-lines left unresolved. There was a fan petition to try and encourage the production of season 4, it had almost 6,000 signatures[1], and there was a fan petition asking for a novel or novels based on the series[2], with over 600 signatures, neither petition was successful. There was also a letter writing campaign.[3]

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References

  1. Bring back The Lost World Season 4
  2. Lost World Original Novels
  3. save the lost world