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Lord John Roxton (Character)
from "The Lost World" (1999)

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Overview

Biography:
Born in England in the late mid-19th century, Lord... See more »
Alternate Names:
John Roxton / Lord John Phillip Roxton / Sir John Roxton

Filmography

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  1. King of the Lost World (2005) Played by Rhett Giles (as John Roxton)
  2. "The Lost World"
    ... aka "Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World" - Canada (English title) (complete title)
        - Heart of the Storm (2002) TV episode, Played by William Snow
        - Trapped (2002) TV episode, Played by William Snow
        - Legacy (2002) TV episode, Played by William Snow
        - Tapestry (2002) TV episode, Played by William Snow
        - The Elixir (2002) TV episode, Played by William Snow
          (61 more)
  3. The Lost World (2001) (TV) Played by Tom Ward (as Lord John Phillip Roxton)

  4. The Lost World (1999) (TV) Played by William Snow
  5. The Lost World (1998) Played by David Nerman (as John Roxton)
    ... aka "Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World" - USA (TV title)
  6. The Lost World (1998) (TV) Played by John de Lancie

  7. The Lost World (1960) Played by Michael Rennie
    ... aka "Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World" - USA (complete title)

  8. The Lost World (1925) Played by Lewis Stone (as Sir John Roxton)

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Quotes:
From "The Lost World: The Chosen One (#1.20)" (2000)
Gideon: I've been preparing this for my whole life. I can't fail.
Lord John Roxton: Won't fail means to determination. Can't fail means arrogance. Which means death.
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