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Lost City, The

Lost City, The (1935) Movie Poster
USA  •    •  80m  •    •  Directed by: Harry Revier.  •  Starring: William 'Stage' Boyd, Kane Richmond, Claudia Dell, Josef Swickard, Sam Baker, Eddie Fetherston, Billy Bletcher, Jerry Frank, George 'Gabby' Hayes, William Millman, Ralph Lewis, Milburn Morante, Gino Corrado..
      Second feature version of the 1935 serial of the same name, consisting of material from the first and last few episodes, omitting all material and references involving Ben Ali, Queen Rama, and the Spider People.

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Gloriously awful feature version of the even more gloriously awful serial, concerning Zolok, last of the Ligurians, in his steel-plated city beneath the African jungle. Along with hunchback Billy Bletcher -- doing his 'Pete' voice from Mickey Mouse -- he rules over a land of 'White Giants' and electrically zombified Blacks who communicate by belching!

Apparently Zolok is busy destroying the world, using scientists who can't act and one of their daughters, who has stolen her wardrobe from a wandering gypsy. Up shows a party of befuddled electrical engineers bent on saving the world; and, despite their best efforts, they manage to do so.

Worth see for the amazingly awful plot, script, costuming and set design, as well as Gabby Hays with his teeth in.


Review by boblipton from the Internet Movie Database.