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The Lost City (1935)

Approved | | Sci-Fi | February 1935 (USA)
Second feature version of the 1935 serial of the same name, consisting of material from the first and last few episodes, omitting all material and references involving Ben Ali, Queen Rama, and the Spider People.

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Natcha Manyus (archive footage)
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Jerry Delaney (archive footage)
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Appollon (archive footage)
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Second feature version of the 1935 serial of the same name, consisting of material from the first and last few episodes, omitting all material and references involving Ben Ali, Queen Rama, and the Spider People.

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High Voltage ACTION! Electrifying THRILLS! Thunderbolt DRAMA!

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This is the second of two feature version of the serial "The Lost City (1935), with both versions bearing the serial's title and released to theaters in 1935 along with the serial. Two additional feature versions were also made from the serial later on. This version encompasses material from the first four and last four chapters of the serial, omitting all material involving Arab slaver Ben Ali, the Spider People, and Queen Rama, but with the same beginning and ending as the serial. The serial and this feature version were among the first films sold to television in the late 1940's. See more »

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Bruce Gordon: [hearing a scream] Hey, that sounds like a white girl's voice!
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11 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The second half of The Lost City serial is pretty much what you would expect if you've seen part 1. Taken for what it is, and considering the time in which it was made, it's entertaining enough in it's own way. Racist by any standard, the continuous flow of villains turning into good guys and back again ( Ya gotta work in as many gimmicks as ya can to keep 'em comin' back week after week for a serial like this one. ), and the lamest natives and fight scenes ever. Bright spot ... The evil Queen was HOT. But then so is the jungle and I don't want to go there either. This flick is what you do at two a.m. Saturday night to kill time without having to think. Its kinda fun in a goofy sort of way.


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