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The Lost Continent (1968) Poster

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In the first interior boat scene, the Doctor is reading "Uncharted Seas" by Dennis Wheatley, the book on which the film is based.
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In interviews Eddie Powell claimed that Christopher Lee was going to play the part Powell played.
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Dennis Wheatley reportedly couldn't even remember his 1938 novel on which the film was based.
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Producer Michael Carreras fired original director Leslie Norman and took over as director. When he went over budget and schedule, his father, Hammer Films chief James Carreras, and the studio's solicitors arrived on set to shut the production down.
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Benjamin Frankel composed a rejected score.
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Final film of Jimmy Hanley.
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Michael Carreras' screenplay was credited to his gardener, Michael Nash.
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The film's trailer incorrectly applies Tony Beckley's name to a shot of a man sword-fighting. In reality, the man shown is Charles Houston as Braemer, a crew member; Beckley plays Harry Tyler, a different character entirely.
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Eddie Powell is dubbed by Eric Porter.
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