Cinema: The New Pictures Feb. 16, 1925

The Lost World. The brontosaurus is usually a static creature. Propped on rods and wire, he observes the world with a stolid papier-maché curiosity from the floor of some museum. He is observed with awe and agitation by the restless seekers after cultural novelties. Now at last has the brontosaurus come to life. He is abroad in his native state, awkward, menacing and gigantically saurian. He can be viewed by the restless seekers after stimulation. In short, he is in the cinema. The film (from Conan Doyle's tale) is unimportant in narrative....

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