TV Movie | TV-14 | | Adventure, Drama, Fantasy
An expedition leaves for the Amazon to prove the existence of dinosaurs.
Of all the movie versions of "The Lost World", this is the only one set at an earlier time than Doyle's original novel. The book took place in 1912, and this movie is set in 1911.
Prof. George Challenger:
You've been in a few scrapes, Roxton. Have you ever been in a situation worse than this?
Lord John Phillip Roxton: Uh, well, let me see. No. No, I think I can quite safely say this is the least promising set-up I've ever encountered.
Prof. George Challenger: Oh.
Lord John Phillip Roxton: We have no way down off the plateau, ...
The length of the Pterosaur forearm between when Challenger pulls it out of the river and when he shows it to Summerlee.