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The Lost World (1992)

Director: Timothy Bond

Writer: Harry Alan Towers (as "Peter Welbeck")

From novel: The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle

Music by: Larry Wolff; Gerard Shadrick; Isiah Sanders

Producers: Frank Agrama; Norman Siderow; Daniele Lorenzano

Keywords: Action/Adventure

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eric McCormack
18-Apr-1963   Will Truman on Will & Grace
John Rhys-Davies
5-May-1944   Gimli the dwarf in Lord of the Rings
David Warner
29-Jul-1941   The Omen


John Rhys-Davies   ...   Challenger
David Warner   ...   Summerlee
Eric McCormack   ...   Edward Malone
Nathania Stanford   ...   Malu
Darren Peter Mercer   ...   Jim
And Introducing
Tamara Gorski   ...   Jenny Nielson
Sala Came   ...   Dan
Fidelis Cheza   ...   Chief Palala
John Chinosiyani   ...   Witch Doctor
Innocent Choda   ...   Pujo
Brian Cooper   ...   Policeman
Charles David   ...   Mojo Porter
Kate Egan   ...   Kate Crenshaw
Mike Grey   ...   Mojo Porter
Robert Haber   ...   Maple White
Tim Heale   ...   Murray
Geza Kovacs   ...   Gomez
Mary Ann Mandishina   ...   Imana
Neil McCarthy   ...   Tarp Henry
Victor Melleney   ...   Johnson
Gavin Mey   ...   Soldier with Telegram
Edd Moyo   ...   Mojo Porter
King George Moyo   ...   Mojo Porter
Colin Neilson   ...   Waldron
Nicky Rebello   ...   Pedro
Patricia Sanders   ...   Jessie
Tasisious Sanyika   ...   Mojo Porter
Len Sparrowhawk   ...   McCardle
Kelvin Weare   ...   Zoo Keeper
Gideon De Wet   ...   Sam
Joel Noah White   ...   Large Man
Ian Yule   ...   Peterson
Rebecca the Monkey   ...   Herself


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