Lost Horizon

(1937)

Overview

British diplomat Robert Conway and a small group of civilians crash land in the Himalayas, and are rescued by the people of the mysterious, Eden-like valley of Shangri-la. Protected by the mountains from the world outside, where the clouds of World War II are gathering, Shangri-la provides a seductive escape for the world-weary Conway.

  1. Frank Capra

    Director

  2. James Hilton

    Novel

  3. Sidney Buchman

    Screenplay

  4. Robert Riskin

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ronald Colman

    Ronald Colman

    Robert " Bob " Conway

  2. Jane Wyatt

    Jane Wyatt

    Sondra Bizet

  3. Edward Everett Horton

    Edward Everett Horton

    Alexander P. " Lovey " Lovett

  4. John Howard

    John Howard

    George Conway

  5. Thomas Mitchell

    Thomas Mitchell

    Henry Barnard

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Lost Horizon
Lost Horizon

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Status Released

Release Information

  • September 1, 1937
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 2h 12m

Budget $4,000,000.00

Revenue -

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