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Roxton saves Tayra from a Hikari warrior who is chasing her. Roxton discovers that the Tintas live in fear of the fierce Hikari, and pay them a human tribute to ensure the Hikari leave them... See full summary »

Director:

Colin Budds

Writers:

Arthur Conan Doyle (based on a story by) (as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle), Michael Teversham

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Peter McCauley ... Professor George Challenger (as Peter Mccauley)
Rachel Blakely ... Marguerite Krux
William Snow ... Lord John Roxton (as Will Snow)
David Orth ... Ned Malone
Jennifer O'Dell ... Veronica / Abigail Layton
Michael Sinelnikoff ... Professor Arthur Summerlee
William McInnes ... Hans Dressler (as William Mcinnes)
Jason Chong ... Roac
Carmen Duncan ... Kayla
Paul Zebrowski Paul Zebrowski ... Cassius
Amelia Barrett ... Tarya
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Storyline

Roxton saves Tayra from a Hikari warrior who is chasing her. Roxton discovers that the Tintas live in fear of the fierce Hikari, and pay them a human tribute to ensure the Hikari leave them in peace and protect them from other dangers. Roxton and Veronica teach them some fighting fundamentals and how to set up trap in an attempt to gain their independence. While Roxton, Veronica and Challenger are helping the Tintas, Summerlee, Malone and Marguerite are taken prisoner by a World War I pilot, Hans Dressler, who's still fighting the war after finding his downed plane. Malone fixes the plane while Marguerite nurses Dressler. Once Dressler wakes, he takes the explorers prisoner with the intention of killing Marguerite and escaping in his plane. Will the Tintas win their freedom and will Marguerite live? Written by Sissy2807

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Country:

Canada | Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 January 2000 (Australia) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(DVD)

Color:

Color
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Featured in The Lost World: A Man of Vision (2001) See more »

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