The adventures of the “Space” family Robinson

The Robinson family, one unexpected stowaway and an environmental robot where launched into space aboard the Jupiter II, in the 1965 series "Lost in Space."

The Robinson family, one unexpected stowaway and an environmental robot where launched into space aboard the Jupiter II, in the 1965 series.

I was a huge “Lost in Space” fan. I am a huge “Lost in Space” fan. When the series premiered in 1965, it was a must-see for me on Wednesday nights on CBS. I was thrilled to have the opportunity, in the early 1990’s, to sit and chat with series co-star Bill Mumy, a/k/a Will Robinson. I was in fan heaven being able to hear some behind-the-scenes stories and a personal perspective from someone who there right from the start. It was a lot of fun.

In our first video segment with Bill, now playing on the RerunIt Home Page, Bill talks about the success of the series that endures even now, over 40 years later. “The Enduring Popularity of ‘Space’,” our Segment 1 with Bill Mumy, now playing on-demand.

By the way, DVDs of the series are available in the RerunIt Shop at special prices, if you want to add to your collection of favorite TV shows on DVD or start a collection with some of your “Lost in Space” favorites. I have all of them, but, admittedly, I’m a little biased. 🙂 I love the pilot, which is included on the first DVD, as well as an unaired pilot, which is great fun to watch.

Thanks for tuning in!

From Los Angeles, Brad Lemack.

One thought on “The adventures of the “Space” family Robinson

  1. Beth

    I’m with you. I never missed an episode of “Lost in Space.” I just bought two of the DVD’s in your RerunIt Shop. Great prices. Thanks! I think Jonathan Harris as Dr. Smith is one of the greatest comic/bad guy TV characters ever. Looking forward to segment 2 and 3!

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