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Inspired a bunch of films and TV series, including the series ''Series/SirArthurConanDoylesTheLostWorld'', Series/''TheLostWorld2001'', and a 1925 [[Film/TheLostWorld film adaptation]] that featured groundbreaking stop-motion animation and was a TropeMaker for movies about dinosaurs.

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Inspired a bunch of films and TV series, including the series ''Series/SirArthurConanDoylesTheLostWorld'', Series/''TheLostWorld2001'', ''Series/TheLostWorld2001'', and a 1925 [[Film/TheLostWorld film adaptation]] that featured groundbreaking stop-motion animation and was a TropeMaker for movies about dinosaurs.


Inspired a bunch of films and TV series, including the series ''Series/SirArthurConanDoylesTheLostWorld'', and a 1925 [[Film/TheLostWorld film adaptation]] that featured groundbreaking stop-motion animation and was a TropeMaker for movies about dinosaurs.

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Inspired a bunch of films and TV series, including the series ''Series/SirArthurConanDoylesTheLostWorld'', Series/''TheLostWorld2001'', and a 1925 [[Film/TheLostWorld film adaptation]] that featured groundbreaking stop-motion animation and was a TropeMaker for movies about dinosaurs.


* DidNotDieThatWay: When recounting their adventure at the conference, Summerlee comes to the point where Gomez and Manuel betrayed the group and were killed. He glosses over the details and simply says they "died faithfully in our service," as opposed to "they doublecrossed us and we killed them," so as to avoid having to give awkard and potentially incriminating questions about how the two died.

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* DidNotDieThatWay: When recounting their adventure at the conference, Summerlee comes to the point where Gomez and Manuel betrayed the group and were killed. He glosses over the details and simply says they "died faithfully in our service," as opposed to "they doublecrossed us and we killed them," so as to avoid having to give awkard awkward and potentially incriminating questions about how the two died.

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* LivingDinosaurs: One of the earliest examples. Dinosaurs survived in the South American jungle.

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* SlaveryIsASpecialKindOfEvil: Roxton certainly thinks so, and makes a hobby out of killing them.

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* StaircaseTumble: Upon learning Malone is a reporter, Challenger attacks him, and the two men go tumbling right out the front door of the Challenger house and down the front steps.


* CoolGuns: Roxton is a gun collector and has quite a few rifles. He gives Malone a Bland's .577 axite express to use on the expedition, while he himself is always armed with his personal .470, the gun he killed Pedro Lopez with. It has "[[GunPorn telescopic sight, double ejector, point blank up to three-fifty]]."

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* CoolGuns: Roxton is a gun collector and has quite a few rifles. He gives Malone a Bland's .577 axite express to use on the expedition, while he himself is always armed with his personal .470, the gun he killed Pedro Lopez with. It has "[[GunPorn 470 ("[[GunPorn telescopic sight, double ejector, point blank up to three-fifty]]."three-fifty]]"), the gun he killed Pedro Lopez with.


* CoolGuns: Roxton is a gun collector and has quite a few rifles. He gives Malone a Bland's .577 axite express to use on the expedition, while he himself is always armed with his personal .470, the gun he killed Pedro Lopez with.

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* CoolGuns: Roxton is a gun collector and has quite a few rifles. He gives Malone a Bland's .577 axite express to use on the expedition, while he himself is always armed with his personal .470, the gun he killed Pedro Lopez with. It has "[[GunPorn telescopic sight, double ejector, point blank up to three-fifty]]."

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* CoolGuns: Roxton is a gun collector and has quite a few rifles. He gives Malone a Bland's .577 axite express to use on the expedition, while he himself is always armed with his personal .470, the gun he killed Pedro Lopez with.

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* BigOlEyebrows: Challenger is described as having monstrously bushy eyebrows.


* FaithfulRetainer: Austin, the Challengers' chauffeur. He's the only one of their servants who hasn't quit because of Professor Challenger's HairTriggerTemper.


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* OldRetainer: Austin, the Challengers' chauffeur. He's the only one of their servants who hasn't quit because of Professor Challenger's HairTriggerTemper.

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* FaithfulRetainer: Austin, the Challengers' chauffeur. He's the only one of their servants who hasn't quit because of Professor Challenger's HairTriggerTemper.


* LongTitle: The book's seldom-printed full title is "''The Lost World: Being an Account of the Recent Amazing Adventures of Professor E. Challenger, Lord John Roxton, Professor Summerlee and Mr E.D. Malone of'' The Daily Gazette."

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* LongTitle: The book's seldom-printed full title is "''The Lost World: Being an Account of the Recent Amazing Adventures of Professor E. Challenger, Lord John Roxton, Professor Summerlee and Mr Mr. E.D. Malone of'' The Daily Gazette."

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* LongTitle: The book's seldom-printed full title is "''The Lost World: Being an Account of the Recent Amazing Adventures of Professor E. Challenger, Lord John Roxton, Professor Summerlee and Mr E.D. Malone of'' The Daily Gazette."


* DidNotDieThatWay: When recounting their adventure at the conference, Summerlee comes to the point where Gomez and Manuel betrayed the group and were killed. He glosses over the details and simply says they "died faithfully in our service," as opposed to "they doublecrossed us and we killed them."

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* DidNotDieThatWay: When recounting their adventure at the conference, Summerlee comes to the point where Gomez and Manuel betrayed the group and were killed. He glosses over the details and simply says they "died faithfully in our service," as opposed to "they doublecrossed us and we killed them."them," so as to avoid having to give awkard and potentially incriminating questions about how the two died.

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