The Lost World (1925)
The Attack of the Dinosaurs movie is actually footage of this movie.
Clips of Bull Montana as the Ape-Man appear in numerous D.T. episodes
Footage from this movie was used
When the explorers return to London, there is a shot of the London Pavilion with a flashing sign advertising a showing of The Sea Hawk (1924)
Mentioned by James Earl Jones.
Both the name and font used in the title inspired by
Based on a movie that itself is a homage to this film, with the concept of a "lost world" being brought up in the narration.
Narrator notes that the script for "Gorgo" resembles the film.
still images of the film are shown
Mentioned as one of the films enjoyed by the young Ray Bradbury and Ray Harryhausen.
a stop motion dinosaur based on the brontosaurus from the silent film 'The Lost World'
plateau visted by characters is the same and is shot identically.
"Mayor, if there was a large dinosaur running around New York, you would be the first to know."
Features several scenes from the film.
Show features scene with Tyrannosaurus Rex & other bits.
scenes are featured in this special effects special
Scenes from the film are shown in this episode, from the allosaurus to the brontosaurus attacking London.
footage is shown and talked about
The Video Pick of the Week.
A clip is shown.
right after the pirate feed in the intro video the classic 'brontosaurus growling' scene is used
Jakob Steggelmann mentions the film + clip shown
Footage of the Ape Man from this movie was shown.
Footage of the brontosauras destroying the city was shown. Poster seen behind Ackerman.
Shown on TV on background
Clip of pterodactyl shown during interview with David Sibley.
contains footage from
Footage from the original Lost World is shown as Bob Burns mentions the film.
The film plays on TV in a scene.