The 1925 version of The Lost World is far too massive and interesting to properly sum up in a single article. For the complete story - from preproduction to modern restoration - read the chapters presented here!
- William Selig's Lost World
- The very first version of The Lost World was not the 1925 film, but an unrealized concept by film pioneer William Selig!
- Early Dinosaur Cinema
- A history of dinosaur films, from the birth of motion pictures up to the release of The Lost World.
- Willis O'Brien: Stop-Motion Pioneer
- A biography of this SFX pioneer.
- Marcel Delgado: The Man Who Made Monsters
- O'Bie's right hand man and sculptor for The Lost World.
- Conan Doyle's Magic Trick
- In 1922, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle astounded the Society of American Magicians with some mysterious footage of living dinosaurs!
- Marion Fairfax's Missing Scene
- The cut sequence involving cannibals and mutiny! Also some "behind the scenes" details of the scriptwriter's troubles!
- Making The Lost World
- The trials and tribulations of stop-motion animation and live-action filming, including the human and animal casts.
- Promoting The Lost World
- Advertisements and merchandise cross-promotions that announced the new spectacle picture to an awaiting public.
- The Lost World Premieres!
- Vintage reviews and other news from the film's screenings worldwide!
- Losing (and Restoring) The Lost World
- How the film was cut and trimmed after 1925, and how it was restored in the 1990s. Also includes other aspects of The Lost World's legacy.
- Adventure Films in Hollywood's Golden Age
- The Lost World was first in a long string of jungle adventure movies during the 20's, 30's and 40's.
The hour-long Kodascope version of The Lost World.
The 1925 Film Script