It was becoming a crowded universe in the 1960’s. In between weekly episodes of both “Lost in Space” and “Star Trek,” space had to be made for NASA to do its thing. We were a space-curious people then – and, even today, given the huge numbers of sci-fi fans who attend conventions and gatherings all over the planet to celebrate their favorite shows, films and characters, that’s not going away — and I’m with you.
They were two boldly different series boldly going where no show had gone before. But, each was exploring the universe with a very different approach. Both series were eager to make their marks and, in the process, gather the fan base needed to sustain a long journey (or “run,” as it were).
Now playing on the RerunIt.com Home Page is Segment 2 of our exclusive interview with “Lost in Space” co-star Bill Mumy, a/k/a Will Robinson, titled “Competition in Space.” For you true blue “Lost in Space” fans, you’ll love it; for you “Trek” people, you might find what Bill has to say about the differences between the two shows kind of interesting. In short, watch it!
In case you’re looking to add to your collection of either “Lost in Space” or “Star Trek” DVDs — or if you’re considering starting a collection, we have great prices on DVD’s and DVD sets from both series now available in the RerunIt Shop.
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From Los Angeles, Brad Lemack.