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Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau ()


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A behind the scenes chronicle of how clash of vision, bad creative decisions, lack of interest and really bad weather plagued the disastrous production of the infamous The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996).

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Self - Director
Kier-La Janisse ...
Self - Film Writer
Michael Gingold ...
Self - Fangoria Magazine
Graham Humphreys ...
Self - Concept Designer
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Self - Producer
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Self - President, New Line Cinema
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Self - Script Reader, New Line Cinema
Tim Zinnemann ...
Self - Executive Producer
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Self - Actress
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Self - Special Makeup Effects Artist, Stan Winston Studios
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Self - Actor
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Self - Actor
Graham 'Grace' Walker ...
Self - Production Designer (as Graham 'Grace' Walker)
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Self - Actress
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Self - Actor
David Grasso ...
Self - Special Makeup Effects, Stan Winston Studios (as Dave Grasso)
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Self - Animal Expert & Actor
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Self - Actor
Lewis Dickson ...
Self - Art Department PA & Production Runner (as Hugh 'Lewis' Dickson)
Oli Dickson ...
Self - Production Runner & Fourth AD
James Sbardellati ...
Self - First Assistant Director
Jack Wareham ...
Self - Assistant Camera
Paul Katte ...
Self - Special Effects Makeup
Emile Nicolaou ...
Self - Special Effects Makeup (as Nick Nicolaou)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stephen Earnhart ...
Self - Associate Producer, Miramax (archiveFootage)

Directed by

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David Gregory

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David Gregory ... ()

Produced by

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Chris Alexander ... associate producer
John Cregan ... executive producer
Carl Daft ... executive producer / producer
Anthony Egan ... associate producer
David Gregory ... executive producer / producer

Music by

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Mark Raskin

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Jim Kunz ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Douglas Buck

Editorial Department

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David Gregory ... associate editor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Anthony Egan ... additional interviewer
Gregory Kelly ... additional interviewer

Art Department

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Graham Humphreys ... illustrations
Mike Odd ... props

Sound Department

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Brian San Marco ... re-recording mixer / sound editor

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Kyle Broom ... motion graphics
Eva Mozey Etoll ... motion graphics
Michael Etoll ... motion graphics
Bobby Hacker ... motion graphics
Jim Kunz ... motion graphics

Camera and Electrical Department

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Esinam Beckley ... additional camera
Brett Charles ... additional camera
John Cregan ... additional camera
Karla Jean Davis ... additional camera
Hugh Dickson ... still photographer
Josh Eggett ... additional camera
Bruce Spaulding Fuller ... still photographer (as Bruce Fuller)
Buddy Giovinazzo ... additional camera
David Gregory ... additional camera
Bobby Hacker ... additional camera
Sylvia Hardy ... additional camera
Marco Hofschneider ... still photographer
Graham Humphreys ... still photographer
Stuart Ireland ... additional camera
Scott Jaeger ... additional camera
Morgan MacKay ... additional camera
Fiona Mahl ... still photographer
Christoph Manz ... additional camera
Emile Nicolaou ... still photographer (as Nick Nicolaou)
Dave Pike ... additional camera
Edwin Samuelson ... additional camera
William Sansom ... additional camera (as Will Sansom)
Richard Stanley ... still photographer

Additional Crew

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Mary Jane Lauigan ... transcription
Michelle McMahon ... transcription

Thanks

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Scarlett Amaris ... special thanks
Fairuza Balk ... special thanks
Jörg Bauer ... special thanks (as Joerg Bauer)
Martin Belson ... special thanks
George Braunstein ... special thanks
Scott Brovsky ... special thanks
Clark Collis ... special thanks
Hugh Dickson ... special thanks
Oli Dickson ... special thanks
Peter Elliott ... special thanks
Bruce Spaulding Fuller ... special thanks (as Bruce Fuller)
Michael Gingold ... special thanks
Buddy Giovinazzo ... special thanks
Gesine Giovinazzo-Todt ... special thanks (as Gesine Giovinazzo)
David Grasso Jr. ... special thanks (as Dave Grasso)
Péter Hegedüs ... special thanks (as Peter Hegedus)
Marco Hofschneider ... special thanks
David Hudson ... special thanks
Graham Humphreys ... special thanks
Kier-La Janisse ... special thanks (as Keir-La Janisse)
Karen Jones ... special thanks
Paul Katte ... special thanks
Fabrice Lambot ... special thanks
Frederic Levy ... special thanks (as Frédéric Levy)
Jean-Marc Lofficier ... special thanks
Fiona Mahl ... special thanks
Adam Mason ... special thanks
Rob Morrow ... special thanks
Emile Nicolaou ... special thanks (as Nick Nicolaou)
Edward R. Pressman ... special thanks
Jason Pyke ... special thanks
Elizabeth Royce ... special thanks
James Sbardellati ... special thanks
Robert Shaye ... special thanks
Richard Stanley ... special thanks
Tim Sullivan ... special thanks
Pat Tremblay ... special thanks
Daryl Tucker ... special thanks
Graham 'Grace' Walker ... special thanks
Jack Wareham ... special thanks
Tim Zinnemann ... special thanks

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Also Known As
  • Lost Soul - The Doomed Journey Of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Morea (France)
  • Lost Soul: El viaje maldito de Richard Stanley a la isla del Dr. Moreau (Spain)
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  • 97 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia When being interviewed on a podcast, Ron Perlman said that he declined being part of this documentary because he didn't want to say anything negative because he didn't know everything that happened between the fallout between Richard Stanley and New Line. He did say that for the short amount of time that they had, he loved working with Stanley and wished that he could've stayed on the project. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in 2015 Re-Cap (So Far) (2015). See more »
Quotes Fairuza Balk: What people choose to do in the name of politics, which means in the name of money - there are no morals. There is no integrity at all. They'd sell their child down the river for money.
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