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Re: Original The Lost World on TV
Just to identify what y'all actually saw, judging by the description of
the "after the movie" material, this is the "First State" restoration
that was done a number of years ago under the auspices of Scott
MacQueen and the George Eastman House.
It is NOT THE CURRENT RESTORATION.
Basically that version which is still available through Milestone Video
in NYC (see D.I.G.'s video list) and LumiVision in Colorado, is a
preservation rather than a restoration. The original Laser Disk
contained a fair amount of interesting additional material including a
handfull of stills of cut scenes.
In the meanwhile, the film has been restored much more completely and a
COMPLETE set of stills was found in LA that has images for ALL of the
lost material. GEH has chosen for various political reasons not to
include that material in the restoration.
Sorry, folks, but you aint' seen nothing yet....
In addition the the current restoration, there is EIGHT MINUTES of
dinosaur material done by O'Brien that is still unseen except by a
handful of people.
And, dare I say, silent movies (unlike modern ones which for the most
part are "illustrated radio") were intended to be watched and not sort
of "peeked at" between trips to the bathroom and refrigerator.
Sue Blakey wrote:
Too bad the version that still exists cuts the
> dino stampede down to 1 1/2 min. (orig. it was 5, I think). So much for
> this week's fun-and-games. Sorry guys I didn't tape it, and it looks like
> it's under copyright anyway for any use other than home viewing. - Sue
> Blakey, Wyoming Dinosaur Center
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> Subject: Re: Original The Lost World on TV
> Did anyone actually watch this or, better still, tape this?
> Bandraptor@aol.com wrote:
> > I apologize if this has already been mentioned, but the original version
> > The Lost World is airing on "Turner Classic Movies" tonight.
> > (Just figured that with all the talk recently, someone might want to see
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ichat PAGER - dinogazette
When you think of dinosaurs, think of DIG!
The Dinosaur Interplanetary Gazette - 245 Million Years of News at
Recommended by The National Education Association,Encyclopedia
Britannica Internet Guide, Yahoo Editor's Choice, Member of The Paleo
Teefr - An extraordinary tale of adventure by Edward Summer
Book Three of the Teddy Quartet, Member of The Author Ring.
Laser Publishing Group, Planetarium Station, Box 502-DIG, NY, NY