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The Lost World: Jurassic Park (23-May-1997)

Director: Steven Spielberg

Writer: David Koepp

From novel: The Lost World by Michael Crichton

Music by: John Williams

Producers: Gerald R. Molen; Colin Wilson

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Dinosaurs

Dr. Ian Malcolm, survivor from the first installment, is invited by Hammond to examine a second island where dinosaurs have been allowed to live and breed. Initially declining, he consents after learning that his photographer girlfriend is already on site. What could go wrong? Adequate first sequel to Jurassic Park (1993). Received an Oscar nomination for Best Visual Effects.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ian Abercrombie
11-Sep-1934 26-Jan-2012 Alfred Pennyworth on Birds of Prey
Richard Attenborough
Film Director
29-Aug-1923 24-Aug-2014 Gandhi
Camilla Belle
2-Oct-1986   When a Stranger Calls
Jeff Goldblum
22-Oct-1952   The Fly
Arliss Howard
18-Oct-1954   Plain Clothes
David Koepp
9-Jun-1963   Screenwriter, Jurassic Park
Joseph Mazzello
21-Sep-1983   Jurassic Park
Julianne Moore
3-Dec-1960   Boogie Nights, Short Cuts
Pete Postlethwaite
16-Feb-1946 2-Jan-2011 In the Name of the Father
Ariana Richards
11-Sep-1979   Jurassic Park
Richard Schiff
27-May-1955   The West Wing
Bernard Shaw
22-May-1940   Prime time CNN news anchor
Peter Stormare
27-Aug-1953   Ran the woodchipper in Fargo
Vince Vaughn
28-Mar-1970   Swingers


Jeff Goldblum   ...   Ian Malcolm
Julianne Moore   ...   Sarah Harding
Pete Postlethwaite   ...   Roland Tembo
Arliss Howard   ...   Peter Ludlow
Richard Attenborough   ...   John Hammond
Vince Vaughn   ...   Nick Van Owen
Vanessa Lee Chester   ...   Kelly Curtis
Peter Stormare   ...   Dieter Stark
Harvey Jason   ...   Ajay Sidhu
Richard Schiff   ...   Eddie Carr
Thomas F. Duffy   ...   Dr. Robert Burke
Joseph Mazzello   ...   Tim
Ariana Richards   ...   Lex
Thomas Rosales   ...   Carter
Camilla Belle   ...   Cathy Bowman
Cyd Strittmatter   ...   Mrs. Bowman
Robin Sachs   ...   Mr. Bowman
Ross Partridge   ...   Curious Man
Ian Abercrombie   ...   Butler
David Sawyer   ...   Workman
Geno Silva   ...   Barge Captain
Alex Miranda   ...   Barge Captain's Son
Robert "Bobby Z" Zajonc   ...   InGen Helicopter Pilot
Bob Boehm   ...   Cargo Helicopter Pilot
Bradley Jensen   ...   Cargo Helicopter Pilot
Alan Purwin   ...   Cargo Helicopter Pilot
Ben Skorstad   ...   Cargo Helicopter Pilot
Rick Wheeler   ...   Cargo Helicopter Pilot
Kenyon Williams   ...   Cargo Helicopter Pilot
Christopher Caso   ...   InGen Guard
Gordon Michaels   ...   InGen Worker
J. Scott Shonka   ...   InGen Worker
Harry Hutchinson   ...   InGen Worker
Bill Brown   ...   InGen Worker
Brian Turk   ...   InGen Worker
Jim Harley   ...   Harbor Master
Colton James   ...   Benjamin
Carey Eidel   ...   Benjamin's Dad
Katy Boyer   ...   Benjamin's Mom
David Koepp   ...   Unlucky Bastard
Eugene Bass, Jr.   ...   Attorney
Bari Buckner   ...   Screaming Woman
P. B. Hutton   ...   Screamer
David St. James   ...   Screamer
Mark Brady   ...   Screamer
Marjean Holden   ...   Screamer
Jacqueline Schultz   ...   Screamer
Domini Hofmann de Salgado   ...   Screamer
Thomas Stuart   ...   Screamer
Ransom Walrod   ...   Ship Driver
David Gene Gibbs   ...   Police Helicopter Pilot
Michael N. Fujimoto   ...   Asian Tourist
Paul Fujimoto   ...   Asian Tourist
Darryl A. Imai   ...   Asian Tourist
Darryl Oumi   ...   Asian Tourist
Vincent Dee Miles   ...   Screaming Hunter
Bernard Shaw   ...   CNN Anchor -- Himself


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