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CON LOS JUGOSOS POST DE; I DID IN MY WAY VINCE CASTRO.

CON EL ASESORAMIENTO INVALORABLE DE
TONY MIRANDA DE "MANDRAKE"
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A NUESTRAS NOVIAS NO ....PORQUE SE DUERMEN CON LAS PELIS ESTAS.







I DID IT IN MY WAY







miércoles, 5 de enero de 2011

-X VACACIONES;LA TIERRA QUE EL TIEMPO OLVIDÒ-1975-PRODUCTORA AMICUS




Bueno me atrevo,de osado nomas,a decir que la productora inglesa Amicus,
me gusta tanto como,o mas que la Hammer,en este caso debo agradecer,
una vez mas a la revista LA COSA,que tiro la data de que esta se pasaba
en LOS SABADOS DE....yo la verdad no la vi nunca,ni lo chequee en el
libro de DIEGO CURUBETO,pero si lo dice LA BIBLIA NACIONAL DEL
CINE FANTASTICO,no soy yo quien vaya a poner a prueba la sapienza de
esos muchachos.
ESTA PELI,basada en una novela del genial creador de TARZAN,EDGAR RICE
BURROUGHS,y cuya adaptaci'on corriò en manos del no menos reconocido escritor
de aventuras y sci-fi,MICHAEL MOORCOK ,y esta llena de DINOSAURIOS DE
PLASTICOS BASTANTES CHOTOS,Y UN ACTOR PRINCIPAL QUE SE LLAMA
DOUG MAC CLOURE,SI COMO EL TROY ME RECORDARAN ...DE THE SIMPSONS.
ES BASTANTE PARECIDO DOUG A TROY,NO SE SI CHAFARON DE ACA,CREO..KE SI.
Tengo el hijo de mi amigo ke es loco por los dinosaurios,y para una ocasiòn especial,se la regale.
como fin de aventuras,zafa con unos defectos especiales bastantes importantes,pero como diria
FABIO ALBERTI: estaaaaa biennnnnn!!!
SINOPSIS;The movie begins with Doug McClure as Bowen Tyler narrating the events, much as we see in many Edgar Rice Burroughs novels. A sailor throws a bottle with a written manuscript inside it into the sea, hoping for it to be discovered later. The story is set in World War I and involves the survivors of the sinking of a British merchant ship who are taken on board a German U-boat. The movie is based on a novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Bowen Tyler and Lisa Clayton (named Lys La Rue in the novel) are passengers on a ship that is torpedoed by Captain von Schoenvorts.Along with a few surviving British officers, Bowen Tyler convinces the other men to take over the surfacing submarine, this being their only chance for survival. After confronting the Germans on the deck, a fight ensues and they take over the German U-boat. Tyler manages to take command of the U-Boat hoping to steer it to a British port. Captain Von Schoenvorts, played by John McEnery, has his crew steer toward a safe sea port. But Dietz, played by Anthony Ainley, gets loose and smashes the subs radio.
Off course and running out of fuel in the South Atlantic, the U-boat and its crew happen across an uncharted sub-continent called Caprona, a fantastical land of lush vegetation where dinosaurs still roam, co-existing with primitive man. There are also reserves of oil which, if the Germans and British can work together, can be refined and enable their escape from the island. Bowen Tyler discovers the secret of Caprona. Everything evolves not by future generations, but by moving upward physically. In the end, Deitz strands Mister Tyler and Miss Lisa in Caprona, but a scuffle aboard the U-Boat causes it to be crushed by falling rocks and lava from the exploding volcanoes around the lagoon, where the camp had been set up. Bowen Tyler and Miss Lisa are stranded, being forced to move upward north, in this land that time forgot. The movie ends with Bowen Tyler throwing the bottle, with the manuscript inside it, as seen in the beginning of the movie.
[edit] ProductionThe U-boat and ships were models and the dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals were puppets, rather than stop-motion.


The film was a sleeper hit and inspired Amicus to make two more Burroughs adaptations, At the Earth's Core (1976), with McClure, Peter Cushing, and Caroline Munro, and The People That Time Forgot (1977), a direct sequel to Land starring Patrick Wayne, Sarah Douglas, and McClure in a cameo appearance. All three films were distributed in the United States by American International Pictures.


Eccentric Cinema - Review



1970s From Beyond the Grave (1973) · The Land That Time Forgot (1975) · Trial by Combat (1976) · At the Earth's Core (1976) · The People That Time Forgot (1977) · Warlords of Atlantis (1978) · Arabian Adventure (1979)
1980s Motel Hell (1980) · Goliath Awaits (1981) · The House Where Evil Dwells (1982) · The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1987)

Categories: British films
English-language films
1975 films
1970s adventure films
Films based on fantasy novels
Films based on works by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Caspak trilogy
American International Pictures films
British fantasy films
Prehistoric fantasy films
Films directed by Kevin Connor
Dinosaur films
1970s science fiction films
Submarine films
Prehistoric people in popular culture
World War I films

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