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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World is a syndicated television series loosely based on the 1912 novel by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Lost World. The show premiered in the United States in the fall of 1999. It ran for three seasons before it was... read more
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World is a syndicated television series loosely based on the 1912 novel by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Lost World. The show premiered in the United States in the fall of 1999. It ran for three seasons before it was cancelled in 2002 after funding for a fourth season fell through. The final episode ended with an unresolved cliffhanger. All three seasons were released in DVD box sets in 2004.

Original Release

04/03/1999

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Cast

Rachel Blakely Marguerite Krux
Michael Sinelnikoff Professor Arthur Summerlee
William Snow Lord John Roxton
Peter McCauley Professor George Challenger
David Orth Ned Malone
Jennifer O'Dell Abigail Layton
Jennifer O'Dell Veronica Layton
Jennifer O'Dell Veronica
David Orth Edward "Ned" T. Malone
Lara Cox Finn
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Out of the Blue Saturday, 20 October 2001
2 The Travelers Saturday, 27 October 2001
3 Eye for an Eye Saturday, 03 November 2001
4 True Spirit Saturday, 10 November 2001
5 The Knife Saturday, 17 November 2001
6 Fire in the Sky Saturday, 24 November 2001
7 Dead Man's Hill Saturday, 01 December 2001
8 Hollow Victory Saturday, 08 December 2001
9 A Witch's Calling Saturday, 12 January 2002
10 Brothers in Arms Saturday, 19 January 2002
11 Ice Age Monday, 21 January 2002
12 The End Game Saturday, 02 February 2002
13 Phantoms Saturday, 09 February 2002
14 The Secret Monday, 04 February 2002
15 Finn Saturday, 23 February 2002
16 Suspicion Saturday, 02 March 2002
17 The Imposters Monday, 08 April 2002
18 The Elixir Monday, 15 April 2002
19 Tapestry Monday, 22 April 2002
20 Legacy Monday, 29 April 2002
21 Trapped Monday, 06 May 2002
22 Heart of the Storm Monday, 13 May 2002
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Directors

Colin Budds, Michael Offer, Catherine Millar, Michael Pattinson, Richard Franklin, Ian Gilmour, Geoffrey Nottage, Pino Amenta, Michael Carson, Esben Storm, Darryl Sheen, Karl Zwicky

Writers

Arthur Conan Doyle, Guy Mullally, Judith Reeves-Stevens, Garfield Reeves-Stevens, James Thorpe, Scott Kraft, Nick Jacobs, Richard Oleksiak, Frank Encarnacao, Charles Lazer, Peter Mohan, Jim Henshaw, Damian Kindler, Paul Mullie, Joseph Mallozzi, Will Dixon, Morrie Ruvinsky, Gilbert M. Shilton, Catherine Porciuncula, David Barlow, Alison Lea Bingeman, David Tynan, Durnford King, Tony DiFranco, John Sheppard, David Barlow, Shane Brennan, David Wolkove, Jon Cowan, Kristy Dobkin, Stacey Kaser, Michael Teversham

Creators

Judith Reeves-Stevens, Garfield Reeves-Stevens

Cast

Rachel Blakely Marguerite Krux
Michael Sinelnikoff Professor Arthur Summerlee
William Snow Lord John Roxton
Peter McCauley Professor George Challenger
David Orth Ned Malone
Jennifer O'Dell Abigail Layton
Jennifer O'Dell Veronica Layton
Jennifer O'Dell Veronica
David Orth Edward "Ned" T. Malone
Lara Cox Finn
Robert Coleby William Maple White
Jerome Ehlers Tribune
Laura Vazquez Assai
William Snow Lord John Richard Roxton
Peter McCauley Professor George Edward Challenger
Nick McKinless Father Trog
Laslo Racz Chief
William deVry Ned Malone
George Henare Chief Jacoba
Steven Vidler Captain Mark Askwith

Producers

Charles Lazer Executive Producer
Greg Coote Executive Producer
Peter Bergmann Executive Producer
Arnie Soloway Executive Producer
Guy Mullally Executive Producer
Jeffrey Hayes Executive Producer
Sharon Miller Producer
Sharon Miller Producer
Barry Rosen Producer
Judith Reeves-Stevens Producer
Garfield Reeves-Stevens Producer
Charles Lazer Producer
Darryl Sheen Producer
Stuart Wood Producer
Marc van Buuren Producer

Editors

Chantal Lussier, Cheryl Potter, Jason Lacny

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