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Second feature version of the 1935 serial of the same name, consisting of material from the first and last few episodes, omitting all material and references involving Ben Ali, Queen Rama, and the Spider People.
High Voltage ACTION! Electrifying THRILLS! Thunderbolt DRAMA!
Title: Lost City, The
Release Date: February , 1935
Runtime: 80 mins
All Genres: Sci-Fi
Colors: Black and White
IMDB Rating: 4.5
Buried.com Rating: 5.5 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With L
MPAA Rating: Passed
William 'Stage' Boyd ...Zolok (archive footage)
Kane Richmond ...Bruce Gordon (archive footage)
Claudia Dell ...Natcha Manyus (archive footage)
Josef Swickard ...Dr. Manyus (archive footage)
Sam Baker ...Hugo (archive footage)
Eddie Fetherston ...Jerry Delaney (archive footage)
Billy Bletcher ...Gorzo (archive footage)
Jerry Frank ...Appollon (archive footage)
George 'Gabby' Hayes ...Butterfield (archive footage) (as George Hayes)
William Millman ...Dr. Colton (archive footage)
Ralph Lewis ...Prof. Reynolds (archive footage)
Milburn Morante ...Andrews (archive footage)
Gino Corrado ... (scenes deleted)
Margot D'Use ... (scenes deleted)
Henry Hall ...General (archive footage)
Sherman S. Krellberg
George M. Merrick
Perley Poore Sheehan
More Movie Taglines:
- High Voltage ACTION! Electrifying THRILLS! Thunderbolt DRAMA!
- Zolok: Zolok You're in the lost city of the Ligurians. As you may know, Ligurians were master scientists. I am the last of that race, carrying on the elctromagnetic traditions of my people.
Bruce Gordon: [hearing a scream] Hey, that sounds like a white girl's voice!
- This is the second of two feature version of the serial "The Lost City (1935), with both versions bearing the serial's title and released to theaters in 1935 along with the serial. Two additional feature versions were also made from the serial later on. This version encompasses material from the first four and last four chapters of the serial, omitting all material involving Arab slaver Ben Ali, the Spider People, and Queen Rama, but with the same beginning and ending as the serial. The serial and this feature version were among the first films sold to television in the late 1940's.
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