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When I was a kid I used to run home after school to watch an episode of Lost in Space. By the time I got to watch the show it was in reruns, not because it was before my time, but because it was before my poor family owned a television. In any case, the show starred Guy Williams, June Lockhart, Mark Goddard, Marta Kirsten, Angela Cartwright, Billy Mumy, Jonathan Harris and of course The Robot. Lost in Space was a science fiction show that depicted a family that was what else but lost in space. After leaving an overpopulated earth, a family along with a pilot, a robot and a stowaway evil doctor, Zachary Smith, played by Harris, gets lost after the ships guidance system is damaged.
The television series ran for about three seasons, 88 episodes and had television ratings in the mid-30’s during its run. I can still hear in my head the warnings that The Robot would give young Will Robinson played by Mumy, “Danger Will Robinson, Danger.” Although not as popular as Star Trek, Lost in Space had many followers and to this day, many baby boomer collectors are avidly seeking collectibles. In fact for a mere $24,500 (which includes shipping within the USA) you can buy a full sized replica of The Robot, B9. The Robot comes complete with an internal 240 watt stereo sound system and over 500 voice tracks by Richard Tufeld, the voice of the original robot. A key chain remote allows you to control The Robot.