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  • The Lost Boys
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  • The film is about two Arizona brothers who move to California and end up fighting a gang of teenage vampires. The title is a reference to the Lost Boys in J. M. Barrie's stories about Peter Pan and Neverland, who, like the vampires, never grow up.
  • The Lost Boys is a 2015 remake of the 1987 film.
  • "The Lost Boys" is the tenth episode of the second season of Stargate: Atlantis.
  • Two brothers move to a picturesque California coastal town and soon begin to realise that the local renegade band of bikers are more dead than alive.
  • "The Lost Boys, They're my men..." -Peter Pan The Lost Boys are Peter's companions in Neverland, and he is their leader. As pre-teen boys lacking any adult supervision, they are often ill-behaved, and enjoy the freedom their wild lifestyle offers, but usually have a hidden (or not so hidden) desire for a "mother" (even when they don't know exactly what one is). The Lost Boys are eidely known for their animal PaJamas/Costumes, as seen in 1953 Disney Adaption.
  • The film is about a dysfunctional American family that move to a seaside village in California to find themselves in the middle of a dark battle between the evil townsfolk and a band of friendly teenage vampires.
  • Tootles, Nibs, Slightly, Curly and the Twins (aka "The Lost Boys") are fictional characters from the story of Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie. They are Peter Pan's friends and live in Neverland. For more on J.M. Barrie's characters, click here.
  • "The Lost Boys" is the 520th episode of Casualty and the 26th episode of the 20th series.
  • The Lost Boys are an Aptos punk band comprised of Ian Burris (guitar/vox), Evan Nolan (drums/vox) and Alex Vinning (bass). They are one of the youngest punk bands in Santa Cruz County. They have shared bills with Total Chaos and Naked Aggression. They played in the Big Bang 2005.
  • Michael and Sam Emerson, sons of the recently divorced Lucy Emerson, move in with Lucy's grandfather in the fictional Californian town of Santa Carla. Santa Carla has a noted gang problem, with many teenagers going missing. Lucy takes a job at a video shop, run by Max, while Michael becomes fascinated by a woman named Star, a member of the local gang. Gang leader David challenges Michael to a motorcycle race, in which Michael nearly drives over the edge of a cliff and then invites him to their lair in an abandoned hotel. They initiate Michael into the gang, forcing him to drink blood from a wine bottle and dropping with him into a gorge. Michael wakes up in his bed the following morning, with no memory of how he got there.
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  • Lost Boys: The Tribe
  • Lost Boys: The Thirst
  • The Lost Boys: Reign of Frogs
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Tagline
  • "Sleep all day. Party all night. Never grow old. Never die. It's fun to be a vampire."
Starring
Editing
  • Robert Brown
Series
  • Stargate: Atlantis
Runtime
  • 5580.0
Producer
Guests
  • David Nykl as Dr. Radek Zelenka
  • Kavan Smith as Major Evan Lorne
  • Andee Frizzell as Hive Queen
  • James Lafazanos as Wraith
  • Aaron Abrams as Kanayo
  • Aleks Holtz as Guard
  • Rainbow Sun Francks as Aiden Ford
  • Woody Jeffreys as Guard
  • Paul Anthony as Jace
Country
  • United States
Name
  • The Lost Boys
Airdate
  • 2005-09-23
  • 2006-02-18
Language
  • English
Preceded By
  • "Aurora"
Cinematography
  • Michael Chapman
Title
  • The Lost Boys
Music
  • Thomas Newman
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Distributor
  • Warner Bros.
Episode
  • 2.100000
Released
  • 1987-07-31
NEXT
Rating
  • 7.200000
Budget
  • 8500000.0
Writer
  • Martin Gero
  • James Jeremias
  • Janice Fischer
  • Sian Evans
  • James Jeremias,
  • Janice Fisher,
  • Jeffrey Boam
Director
Followed By
  • "The Hive"
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  • The film is about two Arizona brothers who move to California and end up fighting a gang of teenage vampires. The title is a reference to the Lost Boys in J. M. Barrie's stories about Peter Pan and Neverland, who, like the vampires, never grow up.
  • The Lost Boys are an Aptos punk band comprised of Ian Burris (guitar/vox), Evan Nolan (drums/vox) and Alex Vinning (bass). They are one of the youngest punk bands in Santa Cruz County. They have shared bills with Total Chaos and Naked Aggression. They played in the Big Bang 2005. Ian and Alex met in the 5th grade (~1999) and formed a band called Snafoo with Alex Bice on drums. Snafoo recorded a two song CD that included a Misfits cover ("T.V. Casualty") and a cover of "Louie, Louie". In the 7th grade, Ian and Alex met Evan, began jamming, and formed The Johnsons in order to be in the school's battle of the bands. The name caused controvery at a Battle of the Bands, because school staff felt the name involved double entendre. In 2004, they changed their name to The Lost Boys in reference to the film The Lost Boys, a vampire movie shot in Santa Cruz.
  • The Lost Boys is a 2015 remake of the 1987 film.
  • "The Lost Boys" is the tenth episode of the second season of Stargate: Atlantis.
  • Two brothers move to a picturesque California coastal town and soon begin to realise that the local renegade band of bikers are more dead than alive.
  • "The Lost Boys, They're my men..." -Peter Pan The Lost Boys are Peter's companions in Neverland, and he is their leader. As pre-teen boys lacking any adult supervision, they are often ill-behaved, and enjoy the freedom their wild lifestyle offers, but usually have a hidden (or not so hidden) desire for a "mother" (even when they don't know exactly what one is). The Lost Boys are eidely known for their animal PaJamas/Costumes, as seen in 1953 Disney Adaption.
  • The film is about a dysfunctional American family that move to a seaside village in California to find themselves in the middle of a dark battle between the evil townsfolk and a band of friendly teenage vampires.
  • Michael and Sam Emerson, sons of the recently divorced Lucy Emerson, move in with Lucy's grandfather in the fictional Californian town of Santa Carla. Santa Carla has a noted gang problem, with many teenagers going missing. Lucy takes a job at a video shop, run by Max, while Michael becomes fascinated by a woman named Star, a member of the local gang. Gang leader David challenges Michael to a motorcycle race, in which Michael nearly drives over the edge of a cliff and then invites him to their lair in an abandoned hotel. They initiate Michael into the gang, forcing him to drink blood from a wine bottle and dropping with him into a gorge. Michael wakes up in his bed the following morning, with no memory of how he got there. Sam meanwhile has been taught about vampires by self-proclaimed slayers Edgar and Alan Frog, who educate him using horror comics. Sam begins to realise that Michael has been vampirised. Reluctant to kill his brother, he turns his attentions to Max, who has begun dating Lucy to Sam's annoyance. During a dinner party, they attempt a series of tests on Max, all of which seem to reveal that he is human. Michael watches (but does not participate in) a gang attack, during which he learns that he, as he was only recently turned, is a half-vampire, like Star and another vampire, Laddie. Michael guides Sam and the Frog brothers to the vampire's lair, where they stake one vampire but awaken the rest. Fleeing with Star and Laddie, the gang attempt to prepare for the inevitable vampire attack. They are able to slay all of the vampires but the half-vampires are not healed. Max and Lucy return, with Max at last revealing that he was the head vampire but none of their tests work as he had been invited into their house. Protesting that he wanted Lucy to be a mother to his "lost boys", he is killed by the grandfather who drives through the wall of the house and impales Max on the fence posts carried on the jeep. He casually steps from the car and takes a drink from the fridge, declaring "One thing about living in Santa Carla I never could stomach...All the damn vampires".
  • Tootles, Nibs, Slightly, Curly and the Twins (aka "The Lost Boys") are fictional characters from the story of Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie. They are Peter Pan's friends and live in Neverland. For more on J.M. Barrie's characters, click here.
  • "The Lost Boys" is the 520th episode of Casualty and the 26th episode of the 20th series.
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