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Land That Time Forgot & People That Time Forgot [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Patrick Wayne, Doug McClure, Sarah Douglas, Dana Gillespie, Thorley Walters
  • Réalisateurs : Kevin Connor
  • Scénaristes : Edgar Rice Burroughs, James Cawthorn, Michael Moorcock, Patrick Tilley
  • Producteurs : John Dark, John Peverall, Max Rosenberg
  • Format : NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Mono)
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : MGM (Video & DVD)
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 15 février 2005
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B0007R4T1W
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Par Frederi© Fontes MEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 3 décembre 2013
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Nostalgie nostalgie ! La première fois que j'ai vu ces films, c'était quand mon père ramenait chaque semaine la vhs qu'il venait de louer. Je pensais faire une bonne affaire en prenant ce coffret z1 mais il ne passe pas sur mon lecteur dvd (alors que j'ai d'autres z1 qui passent sans soucis). Heureusement que ça passe sur le lecteur dvd de mon PC.
Je me régal à nouveau !

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Edgar Rice Burroughs' Novels Come to Life in these two Adventure Movies 23 mars 2015
Par David Lucero - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I saw this movie in the theaters when I was a kid (10 or 11 years old), with my brother. It was an amazing adventure! For its time, the special effects were extremely good. The actors actually PLAYED their parts to the hilt, despite the probability of a German U-Boat and British prisoners finding a lost continent in the South Atlantic inhabited by prehistoric dinosaurs.

Veteran actor Doug McClure, who starred in a number of these Edgar Rice Burrough novel-based movies, heads the cast, with John McEnery as the German U-Boat captain.

In 1916 a British freighter is sunk in the North Atlantic Ocean by a German U-Boat. Doug McClure, a lady named Lisa, and a number of British sailors are all who survive. They make their way in lifeboats when the sub surfaces to recharge its batteries. McClure's character, Bowen Tyler, is a descendant of submarine pioneers, and he knows the operation of a sub like the back of his hand. With no hope of survival in the open sea, Bowen and the British cohorts board the sub and surprise the German mariners as they come out of the hatch. They take over the sub and force them to steer to neutral territory. Their plan is thwarted by a die-hard German executive officer, who destroys the radio so they cannot make verbal contact with the British. He also tampers with the compass, and leads them on a course to the South Atlantic, where the German captain retakes his sub and threatens to have Bowen Tyler transferred to a German supply ship where he will be shot as a pirate. Lisa, the British lady, helps Bowen Tyler and his British friends escape from their cabins, and once again they retake the sub. They even give the German supply ship a surprise! However, their supplies (food, water, fuel) are low, and they become lost. With little options, Bowen Tyler asks the German captain for help, which he does. As they continue traveling south they find what they believe to be a lost continent named Caprona, after an Italian seaman who stumbled upon it 200 years ago. The crew need food and water, and take a harrowing trip through an underwater cave. When they surface they find a surprise no one could have fathomed.

In the center of the continent is a land full of dinosaurs and cavemen. The territory is lush and green, kept warm by a giant volcano still very active.
The crew ventures ashore in search of food and water, and are attacked by a tribe of cavemen. They capture one, who shows them where a pool of oil is located. The crew plan to refine the oil for fuel so they can return home. But they must survive the elements of living in a hostile land full of dinosaurs. As they hunt in the north they learn that the cavemen resemble many different species of human evolution. They also learn if they are to leave Caprona they must learn the secret to its existence.

This movie is by no way a disappointment. The producers made the submarine according to history, and the story line is very good. Yes, it does not come close to the special effects of today, but one cannot help admire the efforts and work they accomplished in a time where they did not have computer graphics.

The People That Time Forgot is its sequel, starring Patrick Wayne, the son of the great American actor John Wayne. It came out in 1977, and picks up where The Land That Time Forgot left off.

Wayne plays American pilot Ben McBride. He is a childhood friend of Bowen Tyler and is off on an amphibious plane with a female reporter, played by Sarah Douglass, his co-pilot, and a British professor to search for Tyler. Their plane is attacked by a Pterodactyl, and forced to land on Caprona. Leaving the co-pilot behind to make repairs on the plane, McBride and his team march off in search of Tyler. The come across a cave woman who helps them, fight off dinosaurs, and learn of the fate of Bowen Tyler, also played by Doug McClure in a return performance.

I thoroughly enjoyed this sequel, although not as much as its predecessor. Still, I had to watch it because it picked up where the first movie left off. Wayne does a good job as the American pilot, and Douglass too, is fine as a spunky reporter.You will not be disappointed by either of these movies and if you are a fan of these movies from the past you will be glad to see them again and add them to you DVD collection.

David Lucero, author
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Sunday Afternoon Fun! 18 octobre 2010
Par Duckman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
When I first saw these titles I assumed they were very low budget second feature films - the type that satisfied kids but really no one else. But that was OK with me. I have many memories of filling Sunday afternoons with just that type of film with my buddies during my pre-teen years. What a surprised to find these films, while true to the type, are quality-wise a good bit more.

The first thing that struck me was the quality of the set used to emulate a First World War submarine in The Land That Time Forgot. We are used to seeing WWII subs and if such a set had been used it would have gone unnoticed, at least by me. But the producers cared enough to make the vintage appear correct. And the cinematography captured the confined feel of the place too, much more so than in what I would have expected - a quickly set up, over-lit set.

Same with the dialog and the character development. Again, not what I expected. Better by far!

The story itself however fit the bill perfectly, Classic Edgar Rice Burroughs! Delightful!

Any shortcomings? Well yes. The stop animation was, while not terrible, certainly not up to the standards of Ray Harryhousen or Willis O'Brien. But then again, whose is?

Bottom line: If you too have memories of Sunday afternoons spent in the movie house watching young people's thrillers these will remind you of exactly why. Not high brow. Not ostentatious. Just good, simple, cinematic fun!
4.0 étoiles sur 5 World war submarine enters the land of the lost.... 12 avril 2017
Par Chuckles - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Two great old science fiction adventures. I remember reading the book to the first one at the cottage one summer as a teenager and the movie was nostalgic. Big bonus to get the second movie on the same dvd. G rated but fun enough for all.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 keeping my endocrine system in working order 14 octobre 2012
Par fermionboson? - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié

For whatever it's worth I submit this laconic review of my Amazon purchase of some SCI-FI movies from the 50's and 60's and 70's. Now that I recently semi-retired from WORK I have some time (space-time) to set aside for watching again some of the sci-fi classics on DVD such as King Kong with Fay Wray and The Lost World and The Land that Time Forgot and The Time Machine with Rod Taylor and Time after Time with Roddy Mcdowell, etc.

I enjoy the sci-fi original versions alot more than I do the more current re-makes. For example, I love Journey to the center of the Earth starring Pat Boone but did not enjoy all that much the more current version with Brendan Fraser.

I especially love the fact that this DVD has two classics on it : The Land that Time forgot and The People that Time forgot (for the price of one) - both movies providing Ray Harryhausen-type special effects and Dinosaurs and lots of action and PRETTY WOMEN.

I bought from Amazon as well the following DVD's which are all enjoyable and exciting conceptual movies : Invaders from Mars, Day of the Triffids, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Mighty Joe Young, When Worlds collide, Sinbad's 7th and golden voyages, Forbidden Planet, World without End, etc.

I really love to transport myself vicariously to these far off places while thinking about Albert Einstein's contributions to the movies through his General theory and Special theories of relativity........

So I give these movies 5 stars and hope that Einstein's cosmological constant was and is not his BIGGEST BLUNDER!!!!!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Two fun movies in these adaptations of the Edgar Rice Burroughs novels 19 janvier 2015
Par Darren Harrison - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Two of my chief guilty pleasures are these two movies fro the 1970s. Doug McClure made a career out of these British production in that decade, alongside these two monster movies are "At the Earth's Core" and "Warlords of Atlantis." The DVD presentation is good and the fun factor is still evident after all these years. Based on two novels by Edgar Rice Burroughs these adventure movies feature some truly terrible special effects but are still an entertaining way to while away the time on a rainy Saturday afternoon. "The People That Time Forgot" is memorable for this viewer for the chance to see a pre-Superman II Sarah Douglas.
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