Release dateDecember 20, 1929 WriterJack Natteford (story), Frances Hyland (adaptation), Charles Kenyon (dialogue) CastConway Tearle (Commander Donald Hall), Virginia Valli (Miriam Hall), Ricardo Cortez (Tom Armstrong), Duke Martin (Lieutenant Wallace), Kathryn McGuire (Nancy), Winter Hall (Mr. Wilson) Similar moviesInterstellar, Mountains of the Moon, A View to a Kill, Eight Below, Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid, The Descent
TaglineThe Mightiest Thrill Picture of All Time!
The lost zeppelin 1929
The Lost Zeppelin is a 1929 talking adventure film directed by Edward Sloman and produced and distributed by Tiffany-Stahl. It stars Conway Tearle, Virginia Valli and Ricardo Cortez. Tearle plays a navy officer modeled on U. S. Navy Commander Richard Evelyn Byrd who was then a national aviation hero. Byrd made his own genuine Antarctic adventure With Byrd at the South Pole during his South Pole Expedition 1928-29.
The Lost Zeppelin is released on Alpha DVD and is listed preserved in the Library of Congress database.