Lost Horizon (1937)
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|A timeless masterpiece starring ronald colman and jane wyatt in the lavishly produced vision of shanri-la. Special features: full screen version, mono sound, subtitles: english, spanish, portuguese, chinese, korean, thai, photo gallery with narration, alternate ending, three deleted scenes and much more.|
Editor's NoteFrank Capra's timeless masterpiece is fully restored. Based on James Hilton's book, five people stumble upon an idyllic valley in the Himalayas called Shangri-La, where peace abounds and time has virtually stopped. Academy Award Nominations: 7, including Best Picture. Academy Awards: Best Film Editing, Best Interior Decoration.
Cast & Crew
|Edward Everett Horton|
|James Hilton - Based on Novel By|
|Ernest Dryden - Costume Designer|
|Frank Capra - Director|
|Joseph Walker - Director of Photography|
|Dimitri Tiomkin - Musical Score|
|Howard Jackson - Musical Score|
|Frank Capra - Producer|
|Sidney Buchman - Screenplay|
|Robert Riskin - Screenplay|
Plot SummaryThe classic film adaptation of James Hilton's romantic novel of a paradise found... and almost lost forever.| Revolution has broken out in China, and English diplomat Robert Conway and his brother George help to evacuate British citizens from the danger zone. But on their way home, gunmen hijack their plane and take them off course; they finally crash in the mountains of Tibet. To the survivors' surprise, a rescue team approaches and leads them into the land of Shangri-La. Robert Conway discovers that the country, established nearly two centuries ago, has magic qualities; within its borders people may survive for hundreds of years, and live in peace and harmony with each other and the world. For Robert, Shangri-La is everything he ever dreamed of -- but his brother wants only to leave. Should he stay, and desert his brother... or go, and never see Shangri-La again?
|Stephen Goosson, Winner, Best Art Direction|
|Gene Havlick, Gene Milford, Winner, Best Film Editing|
|Dimitri Tiomkin, Nominee, Best Music Score|
|John P. Livadary, Nominee, Best Sound Recording|
|H.B. Warner, Nominee, Best Supporting Actor|