Lost in Space Classic TV Show
Irwin Allen's depiction of the Robinson Family journey on Jupiter 2; America's first colonization mission to Alpha Centauri. A spy sneaks on board and the ship hits problems making them all lost in space...
Lost in Space Fan Tributes13 Julie Albright from San Fransisco, CA: Angela Cartwright was a cute girl in Lost in Space. I liked Lost in Space when I was a little girl. I loved Lost in Space when I was a girl. I am now 22 and I can watch Lost in Space on the computer. Angela Cartwright is a good woman. Now I'm a full-grown woman.
12 Laura McCollum from Germantown, MD: I loved this show when I was in fifth grade. I loved this show when I was two in 1989. Now I am 22 and I can watch it on Hulu. I had a "Lost in Space" picture in a Newsweek magazine. "Lost in Space" lasted from 1965-1968.
11 G. Barthold from Bethlehem, PA, USA: Lost in Space has always been my favorite show since it first aired in 1965 when I was only 10.
I especially liked the robot and Dr. Smith. Now in my 50's and still enjoy it as much as I did in my childhood years. I still enjoy watching it using my DVD player. "That computes!"
10 Kenneth O'Pray from Coram, New York: I have loved this show since I was a kid, I am now 47 and I can honestly say I have enjoyed all the episodes. You get a differant perspective as you get older. As a child my favorite episodes were - Trip through the Robot - Space Destructors - My friend Mr. Nobody and I believe there is one or two more. As an adult I would narrow it down to the Deadly Games of Gamma Six - Princess of Space - Castles in Space and all of the first season. There is a lot of comedy that you do not pick up as a child as well as the seriousness of John taking care of the family as seen in the deadly games of gamma six when he tries to avoid a fight even though his son does not understand why. When he is pushed to the limits, he does what he has to do. It is this show that prompted me to try acting and like most I was unsuccessful however I did make it on to the set of Law and Order as an extra. Anyway, Lost in Space will live in the hearts of all the fans that love it! I am glad there is such a site for this memory.
9 Ron Dominic from Virginia: My favorite memory is when robby the robot was
found by will. He repaired
him and the the jupiter 2
robot felt neglected, later to find out that the robot was evil!!
8 Jaime from Lackawanna, New York: I adored this show since i was 5 (in 1967) and i had a childhood crush on Don & John. I love all the episodes but my favorite is Visit to a Hostile Planet, 2nd in line: The Anti-Matter Man, and 3rd: Wait...i'm still working on that!
7 Tim from Warren, Pa.: My favorite episode is the intergalactic hillbillies that raise man eating plants and one of them is a werewolf.
6 John from Mahanoy City, Pa: Thanks for including it. Again, it's a shame they don't do a TV remake, especially no since TV has really gotten bad!!
5 John Beard from SE Penna: I still think Lost in Space was one of the better TV shows on CBS. However, there are alot of pin-heads out there who have neither an imagination or intelligence.
It's only ashame that some of the show's writers also had a limited imagination, or science knowledge because some of the episodes reflected that. It's also ashame that now on including Mr. B Mumy hasn't worked to get it back on the air. Keep in touch.
4 Tommy from Michigan: Wow..Not too many fans of a great show...Also has the best theme song, ever...Both versions
3 Daniel Baisa from San Jose Ca: I like the junk man when he tried. To take over the jupiter 2 which he did but not for long.
2 Martha Boltares from Tucson Arizona: I forgot to mention another famous guest star from CHIPS fame also, Robert Pine. He was in the episode where the Robinsons go back in time 50 years. The Earth people were calling them Voltones.
1 martha boltares from tucson, arizona: I loved j-5 from the episode the haunted lighthouse. You should have included him in your list of famous guest stars since he was a star of CHIPS. He was also a Planet of the Apes star.
Lost in Space
Guy Williams is Professor John Robinson
June Lockhart is Maureen Robinson
Mark Goddard is Don West
Marta Kristen is Judy Robinson
Billy Mumy is Will Robinson
Angela Cartwright is Penny Robinson
Jonathan Harris is Dr. Zachary Smith
Bob May is the Robot
1914-11-06: Jonathan Harris was born in New York.
1924-01-14: Guy Williams (Prof. John Robinson) was born in New York.
1925-06-25: June Luckhart (Maureen Robinson) was born in New York.
1936-07-24: Mark Goddard was born in Lowell, Massachusetts.
1945-02-26: Marta Kristen was born in Norway.
1952-09-09: Angela Cartwright was born in Altrincham, Cheshire.
1954-02-01: Bill Mumy was born in San Gabriel, California.
1989-05-07: Guy Williams (Prof. John Robinson) sadly passed away in Buenos Aires from a brain aneurysm.
2002-11-03: Jonathan Harris sadly passed away in Encino California from a blood clot.
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