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Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco
   was released in   
1996
Albert Brooks
   directed   
Lost In America (1985)
Dr. Smith
   appears in   
Lost In Space
Dr. Zachary Smith
   is a fictional doctor in   
Lost in Space
John Barth
   wrote   
Lost in the Funhouse
Sofia Coppola
   wrote the screenplay for   
Lost in Translation
Won an Oscar for this original screenplay in 2003. Is only the third woman in history to be nominated for a Best Director Academy Award.
Jupiter II Pod
   is a spacecraft in   
Lost in Space
Excursion module/lander
Lost in Translation (2003)
   was set in   
Tokyo
Director: Sofia Coppola. Although the soundtrack featured 'Alone in Kyoto' by Air, just to confuse you.
Lost in Yonkers
   was written by   
Neil Simon
1991
Sofia Coppola
   directed   
Lost in Translation (2003)
Scarlett Johansson
   won for   
Lost in Translation (2003)
Pieces Of Dreams
   has the opening line   
Little Boy Lost In Search Of Little Boy Found You Go on Wondering, Wandering Stumbling, Tumbling 'Round. . . 'round. . .
When will you find What's on the tip of your mind Why are you blind To all you ever were Never were Really are Nearly are. music by Michel LeGrand lyrics by Marilyn and Allan Bergman. nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song 1971. written for the 1970 film Pieces Of Dreams
Lost In America (1985)
   starred   
Albert Brooks and Julie Hagerty
Director: Albert Brooks
Demis Roussos and Florence Warner
   recorded   
Lost in Love
The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
   has the last line:   
"And Crawling on the Planet's Face, Some Insects Called the Human Race. Lost in Time, and Lost in Space...and Meaning."
Friedrich Nietzsche
   said   
"We Should Consider Every Day Lost in Which We Have Not Danced at the Least Once"
German-Swiss philosopher and writer
Lost (1956)
   has the tagline   
Snatched from a Mother's Arms, Lost in a Dark World of Terror
Dark Star (1974)
   has the tagline   
They're Not Lost in Space, They're Loose!
Lost in Translation (2003)
   starred   
Scarlett Johansson, Bill Murray and Akiko Takeshita
Director: Sofia Coppola. Also starred Kazuyoshi Minamimagoe, Kazuko Shibata & Ryuichiro Baba. Plot: A movie star with a sense of emptiness, and a neglected newlywed meet up as strangers in Tokyo, Japan and form an unlikely bond. Won an Oscar
Walker Percy
   wrote   
Lost in the Cosmos
The Last Self-Help Book
Give Me the Beat Boys and Free My Soul
      
I Wanna Get Lost in Your Rock and Roll
“Drift Away” written by Mentor Williams - covered by everyone.
Theodora Goss
   won the award for the poem   
Octavia Is Lost in the Hall of Masks
2004
Lost in the Stratosphere (1934)
   starred   
William Cagney, Edward J. Nugent and June Collyer
Director: Melville W. Brown. Also starred Edmund Breese, Cactus Mack & Russ Clark. Plot: Two military pilots are close friends, and share in a lot of hazardous missions while engaging in a series of good-natured romantic rivalries...
Air Supply
   sang   
Lost In Love
1980
John Barth
   wrote   
Lost in the Funhouse
Bill Murray
   won the Spirit award for   
Lost in Translation
2003 - Best Male Lead
Bill Murray
   won the Golden Globe for   
Lost in Translation
Best Actor - Musical or Comedy, 2003
I Got Lost in His Arms
   comes from the musical   
Annie Get Your Gun
Greetings From Asbury Park NJ
   features   
Lost In The Flood
1973
Frankenstein
   ends   
"He Was Soon Borne Away by the Waves and Lost in Darkness and Distance."
Mary Shelley
Lost in _____
   is missing   
America
1985. Comedy about a married couple who abandon their bourgeois life to travel across America. Directed & co-written by Albert Brooks. Stars Albert Brooks & Julie Haggerty.
"Lost in the Lonesome Pines"
   was   
Clinch Mountain Boys & Ralph Stanley
2003 - Best Bluegrass Album
Bill Murray
   won for   
'Lost in Translation'
2004






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