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24th Jan '16 2:58:58 PM Mdumas43073
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''Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World'' was a show loosely based on the 1912 novel by Sir Creator/ArthurConanDoyle, ''Literature/TheLostWorld1912''. Premiered in the fall of 1999, it ran for three seasons before it was cancelled in 2002 after funding for a fourth season fell through.

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''Sir '''''Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World'' World''''' was a syndicated adventure show loosely based on the 1912 novel by Sir Creator/ArthurConanDoyle, ''Literature/TheLostWorld1912''. Premiered in the fall of 1999, it ran for three seasons before it was cancelled in 2002 after funding for a fourth season fell through.
25th Sep '15 10:48:25 PM nombretomado
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* OdeToJoy: The favourite song of Veronica's parents. She also hums it to the expedition members the first time they stumble across each other in the jungle to tease them. Furthermore it helps her to identify the former guide of her parents. And it's quite a MomentKiller where Roxton and Marguerite are concerned.
8th Aug '15 5:25:56 AM Morgenthaler
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''Series/SirArthurConanDoylesTheLostWorld'' was a show loosely based on the 1912 novel by Sir Creator/ArthurConanDoyle, ''Literature/TheLostWorld1912''. Premiered in the fall of 1999, it ran for three seasons before it was cancelled in 2002 after funding for a fourth season fell through.

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''Series/SirArthurConanDoylesTheLostWorld'' ''Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World'' was a show loosely based on the 1912 novel by Sir Creator/ArthurConanDoyle, ''Literature/TheLostWorld1912''. Premiered in the fall of 1999, it ran for three seasons before it was cancelled in 2002 after funding for a fourth season fell through.
15th Jul '15 11:07:48 PM foxley
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* IHatePastMe: In "Absolute Power", Summerlee is shown a vision of the time he was caring for his ill wife. He left her alone, unable to stand seeing her in this state, and she died before he got back. Summerlee angrily yells at his past self and calls him a fool, but he unfortunately cannot change anything.
30th Jun '15 8:32:46 PM foxley
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* HelpfulHallucination: One episode sees Marguerite stepping into a booby trap and falling into a pit with spikes. She gets hurt and suffers a concussion. While Challenger gets help she hallucinates about her best friend Adrienne who keeps her awake so Marguerite doesn't fall asleep. Later it turns out to be a NotSoImaginaryFriend - which freaks Marguerite out.
29th Jun '15 10:02:21 PM akih08
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* ChessWithDeath: A female Death offers Roxton several chances to win back his life. Roxton accepts that he died and actually requests that she just claim him, but she says that if he doesn't try, his friend's lives will be forfeit, too. Death uses an hourglass to give the games a time limit, and Roxton fails at each one: Retrieve a diamond from a maze made of walls of fire (ran out of time), Retrieve a raptor egg (he tripped and dropped it), Guess which bowl holds oysters (guessed wrong). Each time he loses, Death captures another one of his friends. The final game is: shoot his own girlfriend, or himself. Roxton shoots the hourglass, making it impossible for the game to end. Death concedes victory to Roxton, and lets them all go.

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* ChessWithDeath: A female Death offers Roxton several chances to win back his life. Roxton accepts that he died and actually requests that she just claim him, but she says that if he doesn't try, his friend's lives will be forfeit, too. Death uses an hourglass to give the games a time limit, and Roxton fails at each one: Retrieve a diamond from a maze made of walls of fire (ran out of time), Retrieve a raptor egg (he tripped and dropped it), Guess which bowl holds oysters (guessed wrong). Each time he loses, Death captures another one of his friends. The final game is: shoot his own girlfriend, or himself. Roxton [[TakeAThirdOption shoots the hourglass, hourglass]], making it impossible for the game to end. Death concedes victory to Roxton, and lets them all go.
26th May '15 5:48:11 PM foxley
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** The series, however takes place in the early 19th century. The series started in the 90s, and the century prior is the 1800s. And in older days, black people weren't thought badly of. Slaves were indiscriminate-regardless of race, even some white people being slaves. So, the dehumanization of black people came about later, around mid 1800s, to the early 1900s.
5th May '15 4:23:49 AM Morgenthaler
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''Series/SirArthurConanDoylesTheLostWorld'' was a show loosely based on the 1912 novel by Sir Creator/ArthurConanDoyle, ''Literature/TheLostWorld''. Premiered in the fall of 1999, it ran for three seasons before it was cancelled in 2002 after funding for a fourth season fell through.

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''Series/SirArthurConanDoylesTheLostWorld'' was a show loosely based on the 1912 novel by Sir Creator/ArthurConanDoyle, ''Literature/TheLostWorld''.''Literature/TheLostWorld1912''. Premiered in the fall of 1999, it ran for three seasons before it was cancelled in 2002 after funding for a fourth season fell through.
24th Feb '15 7:57:47 PM ultimomant
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* BlackVikings: In one episode several modern people are transported to the plateau. Even though the main characters are from the start of the 20th century, they don't seem to notice that the helicopter pilot is black and treat him like anyone else.

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* BlackVikings: In one episode episode, several modern people are transported to the plateau. Even though the main characters are from the start of the 20th century, they don't seem to notice that the helicopter pilot is black and treat him like anyone else.



** There's also the black giant, whom Marguerite makes out with. She did it to escape, but seems breathless and excited from the kiss. Later, she comments the giant was charming when he wanted to be. Seems he was somewhat attracted to him.

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** There's also the black giant, whom Marguerite makes out with. She did it to escape, but seems breathless and excited from the kiss. Later, she comments the giant was charming when he wanted to be. Seems he she was somewhat attracted to him.
27th Nov '14 8:44:45 AM Patachou
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* AndYouWereThere: One episode had Malone find himself in London and facing {{Jack the Ripper}}, and his friends are other people notable to the story. There's another episode with featured the same plot with the [[TheWildWest Western theme.]]

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* AndYouWereThere: One episode had Malone find himself in London and facing {{Jack UsefulNotes/{{Jack the Ripper}}, and his friends are other people notable to the story. There's another episode with featured the same plot with the [[TheWildWest Western theme.]]



* JackTheRipper: In "The Knife" the explorers meet the two men blamed for the murders in Stephen Knight's royal conspiracy theory: Sir William Gull and Robert Anderson.

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* JackTheRipper: UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper: In "The Knife" the explorers meet the two men blamed for the murders in Stephen Knight's royal conspiracy theory: Sir William Gull and Robert Anderson.
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