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* Courtesy of The Movie BBS (718) 939-5462/762-5292 LOST IN SPACE EPISODE GUIDE --------------------------- Network: CBS Running time: 1 hour First aired: September 15, 1965 Last show: September 11, 1968 CAST: ----- Professor John Robinson............................................Guy Williams Maureen Robinson..................................................June Lockhart Don West...........................................................Mark Goddard Judy Robinson.....................................................Marta Kristen Will Robinson........................................................Billy Mumy Penny Robinson................................................Angela Cartwright Dr. Zachary Smith...............................................Jonathan Harris Robot...................................................................Bob May CREW: ----- Creator.............................................................Irwin Allen Producer............................................................Irwin Allen Executive in Charge of Production for Van Bernard..............Guy Della Cioppa In Charge of Studio Production.....................................William Self Associate Producer.......................................Jerry Briskin (Year 1) William Faralla (Years 2 & 3) Story Editor.....................................................Anthony Wilson Director of Photography....................................Gene Polito (Year 1) Frank Carson (Years 2 & 3) Special Effects................................................L.B. Abbott, ACS Howard Lydecker (Years 1 & 2) Music...............................John Williams, Herman Stein, Leith Stevens, Robert Drasnin, Gerald Fried, Alexander Courage, Cyril Mockridge, Mullendore Music Supervision.................................................Lionel Newman Art Directors...........................Walter M. Scott & Sven Wickman (Year 1) Jack Martin Smith & Robert Kinoshita (Year 2) Jack Martin Smith & Frank O. Barnett (Year 3) Costumes......................................................Paul Zastupnevich YEAR 1: 29 EPISODES (Black & White) =============================================================================== THE RELUCTANT STOWAWAY Air date: 9/15/65 Writer: S. Bar David Story: Shimon Wincelberg Director: Tony Leader Guest Cast: Don Forbes (TV Commentator), Hal Torey (General), Byron Morrow (Lt. General Squires), Hoke Howell (Sgt. Rogers), Brett Parker (Security Guard), Irwin Allen (Voice of the President). In 1977, America's first test-colonization mission to Alpha Centauri is sabot- aged by a foreign spy, who programs the ship's Robot to destroy the vessel following launch. The plot backfires when the saboteur, unable to undo the damage he has done, becomes trapped on board himself. THE DERELICT Air date: 9/22/65 Teleplay: Peter Packer Story: Shimon Wincelberg Director: Alex Singer Guest Cast: Don Forbes (TV Commentator), Dawson Palmer (Giant). Hopelessly lost, Jupiter 2 is pulled into the maw of a giant alien spaceship. While John an Don search the interior for star maps and equipment, Will and Colonel Smith come across the ship's alien inhabitants. ISLAND IN THE SKY Air date: 9/29/65 Teleplay: Norman Lessing Story: Shimon Wincelberg Director: Tony Leader While spacewalking, John's parajets misfire and he plummets toward the planet below. Don tries to go after him with Jupiter 2, but Smith's sabotage causes the retro-rockets to fail, and the ship crashes onto the alien planet. THERE WERE GIANTS IN THE EARTH Air date: 10/6/65 Teleplay: Carey Wilbur Story: Shimon Wincelberg Director: Leo Penn Guest Cast: Lamar Lundy (Giant) John discovers that the planet the Robinson's are living on will soon drift far from it's sun and freeze over. The Robinson's preparations to abandon ship and head south are hampered by the appearance of a giant carnivorous, one-eyed monster. THE HUNGRY SEA Air date: 10/13/65 Teleplay: William Welch Story: Shimon Wincelberg Director: Sobey Martin After traveling south through ice and earthquakes, the Robinsons find that their eccentric orbit will carry them back toward the sun. They head the Chariot back to the spaceship, encountering fire and floods along the way. WELCOME STRANGER Air date: 10/20/65 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Alvin Ganzer Guest Cast: Warren Oates (Jimmy Hapgood) The Robinsons help repair the ship of another lost traveler from Earth. Since he stands a good chance of making it home, John and Maureen ask him to take Will and Penny with him when he leaves. Smith, however, has other plans. MY FRIEND, MR. NOBODY Air date: 10/27/65 Writer: Jackson Gillis Director: Paul Stanley Guest Cast: William Bramley (Mr. Nobody) Penny befriends a disembodied life force living in a cave below the planet's surface. When Smith accidentally injures Penny, the mysterious unknown force unleashes its wrath across the entire planet, until Penny intervenes, and the life form undergoes a magical transformation. INVADERS FROM THE FIFTH DIMENSION Air date: 11/3/65 & 8/31/66 Writer: Shimon Wincelberg Director: Leonard Horn Guest Cast: Ted Lohmann (Alien), Joe Ryan (Luminary) Aliens capture Smith, planning to replace their malfunctioning computer with his brain. Smith offers to bring them one of the Robinsons instead, and sets about plotting to trick Will into coming with him. THE OASIS Air date: 11/10/65 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Sutton Roley Smith eats an alien food before it can be tested, causing him to grow into a giant. Convinced that the Robinsons were deliberately trying to kill him, Smith plots a fatal revenge. THE SKY IS FALLING Air date: 11/17/65 Writer: Barney Slater & Herman Groves Director: Sutton Roley Guest Cast: Don Matheson (Retho), Francoise Ruggieri (Moela), Eddir Rosson (Lunon). The Robinsons find themselves unable to understand the electronic language of a visiting space family. WISH UPON A STAR Air date: 11/24/65 & 9/7/66 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Sutton Roley Guest Cast: Dawson Palmer (Rubberoid) Banished from the Robinson camp, Smith takes refuge in the wreck of an alien spaceship, where he finds a machine that can make wishes into reality. In return for being permitted back into camp, Smith donates the device to the Robinsons, and it begins to play on their greeds. THE RAFT Air date: 12/1/65 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Sobey Martin Guest Cast: Dawson Palmer (Bush Creature) A small "lifeboat" is constructed to carry two of the Robinsons back to Earth. Smith clumsily launches it while he and Will are aboard, and it makes a safe entry and landing, but on what planet? ONE OF OUR DOGS IS MISSING Air date: 12/8/65 & 8/24/66 Writer: William Welch Director: Sutton Roley Guest Cast: Dawson Palmer (Mutant) Growling sounds are heard in the night, and Jupiter 2's food supply is raided. The Robinson's can't decide whether it's the dog they found in a suspended- animation test ship, or something more. ATTACK OF THE MONSTER PLANETS Air date: 12/15/65 & 5/4/66 Writer: William Read Woodfield & Allan Balter Director: Justis Addiss Giant cyclamen plants, which duplicate anything put into them, create an exact replica of Judy. While Smith refuses to tell John the location of the real Judy, the plant-replica feeds the cyclamen all of Jupiter 2's deutronium fuel. RETURN FROM OUTER SPACE Air date: 12/29/65 & 5/11/66 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Nathan Juran Guest Cast: Reta Shaw (Aunt Clara), Walter Sande (Sheriff Baxendale), Donald Loxby (Davey Sims), Sheila Mathews (Ruth Templeton), Helen Kleeb (Phone Operator Rachel), Robert Easton (Lacy), Harry Harvey Sr. (Grover), Ann Dore (First Select-Person), Keith Taylor (Theodore), Johnny Tuchy (First Boy). Will uses the Tauron's maser device to send himself back to Earth. When he arrives, nobody will believe that he is a Robinson, or that his family is shipwrecked on an alien planet. THE KEEPER (Part 1) Air date: 1/12/66 & 5/18/66 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Harry Harris Guest Cast: Michael Rennie (Keeper), Wilbur Evans (Lighted Head). The Robinsons are suspicious of an intergalactic zookeeper when he seems to view them more as specimens than as humans. Their suspicions are well-founded. The Keeper wants Will and Penny. One of the best of the series. THE KEEPER (Part 2) Air date: 1/19/66 & 5/25/66 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Harry Harris Guest Cast: Michael Rennie (Keeper). Hoping to steal the alien's spaceship, Dr. Smith accidentally unleashes the Keeper's animals instead. The Keeper now has a threat to level: He will not recall his dangerous animals unless the Robinsons give him Will and Penny. THE SKY PIRATE Air date: 1/26/66 & 6/1/66 Writer: Carey Wilbur Director: Sobey Martin Guest Cast: Albert Salmi (Tucker). Will is kidnapped by, and later becomes friends with, a space pirate who is being pursued by a creature from another galaxy. GHOST IN SPACE Air date: 2/2/66 & 6/8/66 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Sobey Martin Guest Cast: Dawson Palmer (Uncle Thaddeus). Dr. Smith throws an explosive into a gaseous bog, creating an invisible, destructive force. While the other Robinsons look for some way to capture the thing, Smith plans to exorcise the force, which he believes is the poltergeist of his late uncle Thaddeus. THE WAR OF THE ROBOTS Air date: 2/9/66 & 6/15/66 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Sobey Martin Guest Cast: Robby the Robot (Robotoid) Will repairs a deactivated robotoid, a robot with a will of it's own. It helps the Robinsons with their chores, but secretly it is planning to kidnap them for it's master on another planet. THE MAGIC MIRROR Air date: 2/16/66 & 6/22/66 Writer: Jackson Gillis Director: Nathan Juran Guest Cast: Michael J. Pollard (Alien Boy) Penny falls "through" an alien mirror and into a nightmarish world inhabited by a nameless boy and a monster. The problem: it is impossible to get out again. THE CHALLENGE Air date: 3/2/66 & 6/29/66 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Michael Ansara (Ruler), Kurt Russell (Quano). An alien boy from a highly aggressive civilization challenges Will to a duel of strength and courage. Neither Will nor his family knows that if Will wins, he and his family will be destroyed. THE SPACE TRADER Air date: 3/9/66 & 7/6/66 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Nathan Juran Guest Cast: Torin Thatcher (Trader) When a space merchant attempts to drum up business by destroying the Robinson's food supply, a hungry Smith promises to will his body to the trader in 200 years in exchange for food. The fine print, unfortunately, allow the trader to collect immediately. HIS MAJESTY SMITH Air date: 3/16/66 & 7/13/66 Writer: Carey Wilbur Director: Harry Harris Guest Cast: Liam Sullivan (Nexus), Kevin Hagen (The Master). Smith is selected to be the king of an alien civilization, but only later finds the reason, the aliens select only the most useless creatures of the Universe, to be sacrificed to their primitive gods. THE SPACE CROPPERS Air date: 3/30/66 & 7/20/66 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Sobey Martin Guest Cast: Mercedes McCambridge (Sybilla), Sherry Jackson (Effa). Hoping to get back to Earth, Smith romances the mother of a clan of space hillbillies, unaware that they are growing a crop of plants that feed on animal and human flesh. ALL THAT GLITTERS Air date: 4/6/66 & 7/27/66 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Harry Harris Guest Cast: Werner Klemperer (Bolix), Larry Ward (Ohan), Ted Lehmann (Voice), Bob May (Monster), Dawson Palmer (Monster). A space thief entrusts Penny and Smith with his booty, a neck-ring that turns anything one touches into platinum. Smith, however, betrays the thief, keep- ing the ring for himself, and with it, accidentally turning Penny to platinum. THE LOST CIVILZATION Air date: 4/13/66 & 8/3/66 Writer: William Welch Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Kym Karath (Princess), Royal Dano (Major Domo), Dawson Palmer (Soldier). According to the rules of an ancient civilization, Will must marry the Princess he kissed and awoke from suspended animation. The civilization has been stockpiling soldiers in freezing tubes, and now plans to conquer the Universe, beginning with Earth. A CHANGE OF SPACE Air date: 4/20/66 & 8/10/66 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Sobey Martin Guest Cast: Frank Graham (Alien). Will returns from a faster-than-light trip in an alien spaceship with his intelligence greatly increased. Smith, trying to repeat the trick on him- self, returns instead as an old man. But the ship belongs to a creature who has returned looking for it. FOLLOW THE LEADER Air date: 4/27/66 & 8/17/66 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Gregory Morton (Alien Voice). Knocked unconscious during a cave-in, John's mind and body are possessed by an alien warrior spirit. When the rest of the family becomes suspicious of John's unusual behavior, he seals them up in the cave, and plots to throw Will off a cliff. YEAR 2: 30 EPISODES (Color) =============================================================================== BLAST OFF INTO SPACE Air date: 9/14/66 & 5/3/67 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Nathan Juran Guest Cast: Strother Martin (Nerim) The Robinsons prepare for a quick departure when they find that a mining engineer blasting for a life-giving mineral has caused a chain-reaction of earthquakes that will disintegrate the planet. WILD ADVENTURE Air date: 9/21/66 & 5/10/67 Writers: William Read Woodfield & Allan Balter Director: Ron Richardson Guest Cast: Vitina Marcus (Lorelei) Setting course for Alpha Centauri, the Robinsons' journey is hampered by Smith, who first dumps the ship's fuel supply into space and then almost pilots Jupiter 2 into a sun. Later Smith is hypnotized by a space alien siren who wants Jupiter 2's deutronium for food. THE GHOST PLANET Air date: 9/28/66 & 5/17/67 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Nathan Juran Guest Cast: Sue England (Space Control Voice), Michael Fox (Summit Voice), Dawson Palmer (Cyborgs). A voice purporting to be from Earth instructs Smith to land Jupiter 2 on the planet it is passing. When Smith obeys, the Robinsons find a grotesque mockery of Alpha Control, hiding a civilization of robots who make human beings their slaves. THE FORBIDDEN WORLD Air date: 10/5/66 & 5/24/67 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Wally Cox (Tiabo), Janos Prohaska (Monster). Jupiter 2 crash-lands on an alien planet whose sole inhabitants are a strange little hermit and his giant bird. Smith, Will, and the Robot are captured by the alien, who plans to mobilize an army to destroy Jupiter 2. SPACE CIRCUS Air date: 10/12/66 Writers: Bob and Wanda Duncan Director: Harry Harris Guest Cast: James Westerfield (Dr. Marvello), Melinda Fee (Fenestra), Harry Varteresian (Vicho), Michael Greene (Nubu), Dawson Palmer (Monster) The owner of a space circus, realizing that Will has a mysterious ability to make things appear from thoughts, plans to kidnap him and make him part of the circus. THE PRISONERS OF SPACE Air date: 10/19/66 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Nathan Juran Guest Cast: Dawson Palmer (Monster). An outer space court accuses the Robinsons of various crimes in space, but after questioning it becomes apparent that Smith is the true perpetrator behind each "crime". The Robinsons pool their efforts to keep alien justice from being done to Smith. THE ANDROID MACHINE Air date: 10/26/66 Writers: Bob and Wanda Duncan Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Dee Hartford (Verda), Fritz Feld (Mr. Zumdish), Tiger Joe Marsh (Guard), Dawson Palmer (Monster). In tampering with an alien "department store" device, Smith accidentally "orders" himself and emotionless android whom the Robinsons teach to act human. Unfortunately, when the store's collection agency calls, there is nothing with which to pay for her. THE DEADLY GAMES OF GAMMA 6 Air date: 11/2/66 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Harry Harris Guest Cast: Mike Kellin (Myke), Harry Monty (Geoo), Ronald Weber (Gromack), Peter Brocco (Alien Leader), Chuck Roberson (Alien Giant). On the chance that he might return to Earth, Smith agrees to a boxing match between himself and a midget. Confident that he will win, and knowing that Earth will be sacrificed if he loses, Smith only later finds that the alien can make himself invisible. THE THIEF FROM OUTER SPACE Air date: 11/9/66 & 5/31/67 Writer: Jackson Gillis Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Malachi Throne (Thief), Ted Cassidy (Slave), Maxine Gates (Pat Princess). Convinced that the Robinsons have maps which will lead him to a space prin- cess, a thief captures Will, Penny, and Smith. Will is made into an appren- tice thief, Penny is held prisoner, and Smith is marked for death under a pendulum. CURSE OF COUSIN SMITH Air date: 11/16/66 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Justis Addis Guest Cast: Henry Jones (Jeremiah), Allan Melvin (Little Joe). An "alien" that Smith is terrified of turns out to be his own cousin Jeremiah, who is in cahoots with an intergalactic Mafia in an attempt to murder Dr. Smith and claim the family fortune. WEST OF MARS Air date: 11/30/66 & 7/5/67 Writer: Michael Fessier Director: Nathan Juran Guest Cast: Allan Melvin (Enforcer), Charles Arthur (Photo DBL), Mickey Manners (Dee), Lane Bradford (Pleiades Pete), Eddie Quinian (Bartender), Ken Mayer (Customer). Smith's doppelganger, a space desperado, forces him to change clothes. Smith is then arrested as the real gunslinger, and is taken away to an alien planet to be executed for his "crimes". A VISIT TO HADES Air date: 12/7/66 & 6/7/67 & 9/11/68 Writer: Carey Wilbur Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Gerald Mohr. (Morbus) Smith descends to a fiery nether region and thinks he has literally gone to Hell. Actually, he is in a space prison for a criminal who is using Dr. Smith to help him escape. THE WRECK OF THE ROBOT Air date: 12/14/66 & 6/14/67 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Nathan Juran Guest Cast: Jim Mills (Alien #1) Aliens steal and disassemble the Robinson's Robot in an attempt to find out how Earth machines work. With that knowledge, they plan to build a machine to take over all other machines and subjugate the human race. THE DREAM MONSTER Air date: 12/21/66 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: John Abbott (Sesmar), Dawson Palmer (Raddion), Harry Monty (First Midget), Frank Delfino (Second Midget). To make his android more "human", a space scientist drains all emotions from the Robinsons, leaving them unimaginative and apathetic. THE GOLDEN MAN Air date: 12/28/66 & 6/21/67 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Dennis Patrick (Keema), Ronald Gans (Frog Alien), Bill Troy (Hand- some Alien). Two alien representatives arrive to fight a war between planets. A kindly, handsome alien appeals to the Robinsons for weapons to destroy his enemy, an inhospitable frog. The Robinsons are hesitant, but Smith secretly delivers the weapons, and learns the real truth. THE GIRL FROM THE GREEN DIMENSION Air date: 1/4/67 & 6/28/67 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Nathan Juran Guest Cast: Vitina Marcus (Athena), Harry Raybould (Urso). Smith becomes the third side in an alien love triangle when one of the aliens turns Will's skin green and will not restore him unless Smith consents to a duel to the death. THE QUESTING BEAST Air date: 1/11/67 Writer: Carey Wilbur Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Hans Conreid (Sagramonte), Sue England (Que Track Voice), Jeff County (Gundemar). Will discovers that a knight's tales of battling with a dragon are lies, and loses faith in people. Meanwhile, the knight, upon finally catching up with the dragon, discovers that it is an intelligent lifeform, and loses his desire to slay it, which was his only purpose in life. THE TOYMAKER Air date: 1/25/67 Writer: Bob and Wanda Duncan Director: Robert Douglas Guest Cast: Fritz Feld (Zumdish), Walter Burke (Om), Tiger Joe Marsh (Security Guard), Dawson Palmer (Monster), Larry Dean (Wooden Soldier). Smith is captured by a Celestial Department Store ordering machine, made into a clown and put into the toy department. Will and the Robot follow him into the machine and find a passageway back to Earth. MUTINY IN SPACE Air date: 2/1/67 & 7/26/67 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Ronald Long (Admiral Zahrk). An insane space admiral abducts Will, Smith and the Robot and uses them as his crew in his relentless search for his first mate, who committed mutiny. THE SPACE VIKINGS Air date: 2/8/67 & 7/12/67 Writer: Margaret Brookman Hill Director: Ezra Stone Guest Cast: Sheila Mathews (Brynhilde), Bern Hoffman (Thor). When the god Thor discovers that Smith has stolen his magic gloves and hammer, he challenges him to a duel to the death. To save his neck, Smith convinces Thor that he is ineffectual and would lose, just when Valhalla is attacked by giants. ROCKET TO EARTH Air date: 2/15/67 & 8/9/67 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Al Lewis (Zaito). Smith plays sorcerer's apprentice to a space magician, hoping to steal his spaceship and return to Earth. The ship, though, is programmed to self- destruct when it reaches outer space. WIZARDS Air date: 2/22/67 & 8/2/67 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Bob May (Computer), Dawson Palmer (Rock Creature), Jim Mills (Eye), Michael Fox (Brain), Larry Dean (Mummy). Luring Smith into a cave, a computer gradually takes over his mind and body, transforming him into an alien. With a launch window coming up soon, the Robinsons must get Smith's true identity to emerge, or leave him behind. TREASURE OF THE LOST PLANET Air date: 3/1/67 Writer: Carey Wilbur Director: Harry Harris Guest Cast: Albert Salmi (Tucker), Craig Duncan (Deek), Jim Boles (Smeek), Dawson Palmer (Izrulan). A hideous mechanical head mistakes Dr. Smith for its master and tries to lead him to a priceless treasure. A humanoid group of pirates finds out and forces Smith to take them along. REVOLT OF THE ANDROIDS Air date: 3/8/67 & 7/19/67 Writer: Bob and Wanda Duncan Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Dee Hartford (Verda), Don Matheson (IDAK Alpha 12), Dawson Palmer (IDAK Omega 17 & Monster). Verda returns, pursued by an alien superman sent to bring her back or destroy her. When the Robinsons win over the alien superman's sympathies, the CDS machine simply creates another one, stronger and totally devoted of destruc- tion. THE COLONISTS Air date: 3/15/67 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Ezra Stone Guest Cast: Francine York (Niolani). The Robinson men are captured by female warriors and put to work, while the women are treated to lives of luxury. The men's fate hinges on Smith, who has wormed his way into the space queen's affections and can sabotage her base. TRIP THROUGH THE ROBOT Air date: 3/22/67 & 8/16/67 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Don Richardson Losing power and unable to be recharged, the dying robot suicidally wanders into a gaseous area, where the vapors turn him into a giant. Smith and Will crawl inside him to reverse his ionic process, shrink him back to size, and possibly save him. THE PHANTOM FAMILY Air date: 3/29/67 & 8/23/67 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Ezra Stone Guest Cast: Alan Hewitt (Lemnoc). Will discovers that his family has been replaced by android duplicates. Their creator wants Will to teach them how to act like real human beings, or the original Robinsons will die. THE MECHANICAL MEN Air date: 4/5/67 & 8/30/67 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Seymour Robbie Guest Cast: Jim Mills (Leader). To provide themselves with an ideal leader, tiny mechanical versions of the Robinson's Robot place Smith's cunning personality into the Robot, and vice- versa. Smith then becomes courteous and brave, while the Robot turns into a very clever enemy. THE ASTRAL TRAVELER Air date: 4/12/67 Writer: Carey Wilbur Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Sean McClory (Hamish), Dawson Palmer (Angus). Will passes through a space warp to 19th century Scotland, where a ghost and a monster inhabit an old castle. When Smith follows and the ghost finds that Smith's ancestors were responsible for his death, he plans Smith's beheading. But mercy arrives for both Smith and the ghost from beyond. THE GALAXY GIFT Air date: 4/26/67 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Ezra Stone Guest Cast: John Carradine (Arcon), Jim Mills (Saticon #1). Penny's loyalties are tested when she must either watch her family die or give up an amulet an alien has warned her not to. Other aliens will transport her to an unreal "Earth" as a reward, if she will sacrifice the gift. YEAR 3: 24 EPISODES (Color) =============================================================================== CONDEMNED OF SPACE Air date: 9/6/67 & 3/20/68 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Nathan Juran Guest Cast: Marcel Hillaire (Phanzig), Robby the Robot (Robot Guard). Jupiter 2 lifts off only hours before the planet is scheduled to collide with a comet. In space once again, the Robinsons discover a ship full of frozen crim- inals. Smith releases one, who releases another, and another, until a full- scale escape is mounted. VISIT TO A HOSTILE PLANET Air date: 9/13/67 & 3/13/68 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Sobey Martin Guest Cast: Pitt Herbert (Grover), Robert Foulk (Cragmire), Robert Pine (Craig), Norman Leavitt (Charlie), Clair Wilcox (Stacy). Runaway acceleration carries Jupiter 2 to Earth, in the year 1947, where it is mistaken for a UFO. Determined to stay, Smith joins the local townspeople in preparing an attack on the "flying saucer". KIDNAPPED IN SPACE Air date: 9/20/67 & 3/27/68 Writer: Robert Hamner Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Grant Sullivan (Alien #764), Carol Williams (Alien #1220), Joey Russo (Young Smith). Androids ruled by a giant computer shanghai Jupiter 2 and force the Robot to repair their failing leader. Meanwhile, Smith tampers with a time-control device and is turned into a little boy. Elsewhere, John is killed by a laserbeam. HUNTER'S MOON Air date: 9/27/67 & 4/3/68 Writer: Jack Turley Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Vincent Beck (Megazor). John kills an attacking monster which turns out to have been the quarry in an alien's hunt. As punishment, John is made the new quarry in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse. THE SPACE PRIMEVALS Air date: 10/4/67 & 4/10/68 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Nathan Juran Guest Cast: Arthur Batanides (Rongah). On their way to cap a threatening volcano, Don and Smith are captured by primitives who are governed by a computer, and face two possible deaths; execution by the tribe or burning under the lava of the looming volcano. THE SPACE DESTRUCTORS Air date: 10/11/67 & 4/17/68 Writer: Robert Hamner Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Tommy Farrell (Cyborg). Smith finds an android-creating device and makes himself a set of conquering soldiers who look exactly like him. In trying to stop him, Will falls into the machine, and emerges with Smith's face and a lust for killing. THE HAUNTED LIGHTHOUSE Air date: 10/18/67 & 4/24/68 Writer: Jackson Gillis Director: Sobey Martin Guest Cast: Lou Wagner (J-5), Woodrow Parfrey (Col. Fogey), Kenya Coburn (Zaybo). Leaving their planet, which is being swept by a space storm, the Robinsons take along a lost alien boy, whose mental powers and unusual "pet" are unleashed when the ship stops at a space station. FLIGHT INTO THE FUTURE Air date: 10/25/67 & 5/1/68 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Sobey Martin Guest Cast: Don Eitner (Sgt. Smith), Lew Gallo (Cmdr. Fletcher). Will, Smith, and the Robot land the Space Pod on a planet that seemingly defies logic, fruit explodes invisible birds cast shadows, and the Robinsons' descend- ants claim that the year is 2270 A.D. COLLISION OF THE PLANETS Air date: 11/8/67 & 5/8/68 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Dan Travanty (Ilan), Linda Gaye Scott (Alien Girl), Joey Tata (Alien #3), Dawson Palmer (Alien #4). Four space hippies are assigned by their leader to blow up the Robinsons' planet without giving them time to make repairs and leave. The Robinsons' only hope seems to be Smith, who has been transformed into a space-age Samson by a weird gas. THE SPACE CREATURE Air date: 11/15/67 & 5/15/68 Writer: William Welch Director: Sobey Martin Guest Cast: Ronald Gans (Creature), Bob May (Blue Mist). Jupiter 2 is locked in orbit around a planet which harbors a creature that feeds on fear. In order to create its life-food, the being causes the Robinsons to vanish from the ship one-by-one, leaving a psychotic Dr. Smith, who is trying to murder Will. DEADLIEST OF THE SPECIES Air date: 11/22/67 & 5/22/68 Writer: Robert Hamner Director: Sobey Martin Guest Cast: Ronald Gans (Alien Leader), Lyle Waggoner (Mechanical Man 1), Sue England (Female Robot), Ralph Lee (Mechanical Man 2). The Robot falls in love with an alien female robot, who is being hunted by law officers of her world for being a killer. A DAY AT THE ZOO Air date: 11/29/67 & 5/29/68 Writer: Jackson Gillis Director: Irving Moore Guest Cast: Leonard Stone (Farnum), Gary Tigerman (Oggo), Ronald Weber (Mort). An intergalactic showman puts the Robinsons on exhibit in his space zoo. During an escape attempt, Will and his captor fall into another time zone, while Smith decides to take over the zoo's operation himself. TWO WEEKS IN SPACE Air date: 12/13/67 & 6/5/68 Writer: Robert Hamner Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Fritz Feld (Zumdish), Richard Krisher (MXR), Eric Matthews (QZW), Edy Williams (Non), Carroll Roebke (Tat). Zumdish, now operating a tour agency, comes to the Robinsons' planet with clients. Smith seizes the opportunity to turn the presently empty Jupiter 2 into a resort hotel, unaware that the four vacationing aliens are murderers hiding out from the law. CASTLES IN SPACE Air date: 12/20/67 & 6/12/68 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Sobey Martin Guest Cast: Alberto Monte (Chavo), Corinna Tsopei (Reyka). The Robinsons give refuge to a beautiful ice princess who is running from a bounty hunter. When the hunter captures Will, he suggests a trade, the boy for the princess. ANTI-MATTER MAN Air date: 12/27/67 & 6/19/68 Writer: Barney Slater and Robert Hamner Director: Sutton Roley Guest Cast: Mark Goddard (Drun). An experiment gone awry whisks John away to a surrealistic anti-matter world and substitutes John's anti-matter double, a criminal. Will, Smith, and the Robot attempt to rescue the real John, who has been imprisoned by a monster and a psychotic version of Don. TARGET: EARTH Air date: 1/3/68 & 6/26/68 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Nathan Juran Guest Cast: James Gosa (Gitt Proto), Brent Davis (Mike Officer), Thant Brann (2nd Officer). Shapeless aliens imprison the Robinsons, make themselves into their doubles, and hijack Jupiter 2. Will and Smith escape imprisonment, club their imposters, and board Jupiter 2 with the aliens for a flight to Earth. PRINCESS OF SPACE Air date: 1/10/68 & 7/3/68 Writer: Jackson Gillis Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Robert Foulk (Kraspo), Arte Johnson (Fedor), Sheila Mathews (Aunt Gamma). Confusion surrounds Penny's lineage when she is taken for a space princess, put onto an alien ship and trained to take over the throne on the aliens' planet. THE TIME MERCHANT Air date: 1/17/68 & 7/24/68 Writer: Bob and Wanda Duncan Director: Ezra Stone Guest Cast: John Crawford (Dr. Chronos), Byron Morrow (General), Hoke Howell (Sgt.). A time merchant who lives in a Daliesque world prepares to curtail the Robinsons' lives because they accidentally interrupted his time-trip. Smith, meanwhile, having returned to Earth in 1997, must re-board Jupiter 222 or watch it be destroyed. THE PROMISED PLANET Air date: 1/24/68 & 9/4/68 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Ezra Stone Guest Cast: Gil Rogers (Bartholomew), Keith Taylor (Edgar). Told they are approaching an Earth colony, the Robinsons land on a planet whose culture is totally geared towards teenagers. Soon, subtle forms of brainwashing cause the older Robinsons and their children to disassociate themselves from each other. FUGITIVES IN SPACE Air date: 1/31/68 & 7/31/68 Writer: Robert Hamner Director: Ezra Stone Guest Cast: Michael Conrad (Creech), Tol Avery (Warden), Charles Horvath (Guard #1). Don and Smith are framed as criminals and sent to the toughest prison in the galaxy. While Will and the Robot try to figure a way to get them out, Don and Smith argue over whether or not to go along with a criminal's escape plan. SPACE BEAUTY Air date: 2/14/68 & 8/14/68 Writer: Jackson Gillis Director: Irving Moore Guest Cast: Leonard Stone (Farnum), Dee Hartford (Nancy), Miriam Schillar (Miss Teutonium). Farnum, now in the beauty contest business, tries to sign up Judy as a contes- tant. If he doesn't, his alien master, a man made of fire, will keep his soul. THE FLAMING PLANET Air date: 2/21/68 & 7/10/68 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Abraham Sofaer (Sobram). To alleviate a crisis, Jupiter 2 must orbit a planet for several hours. But the alien who resides there, the last member of a proud warrior race, will not permit it unless someone stays behind with him to wage one last, glorious battle. THE GREAT VEGETABLE REBELLION Air date: 2/28/68 & 7/17/68 Writer: Peter Packer Director: Don Richardson Guest Cast: Stanley Adams (Tybo), James Millhollin (Willoughby the Llama). On an alien planet, Dr. Smith plucks a flower, arousing accusations of murder from a giant talking carrot, who plans to punish the Robinsons by assimilating them into the plant world. JUNKYARD OF SPACE Air date: 3/6/68 & 8/21/68 Writer: Barney Slater Director: Ezra Stone Guest Cast: Marcel Hillaire (Junkman). Jupiter 2's latest landfall is a planet which is used as the galaxy's junk- yard. With the ship's food supplies deteriorating, Smith sacrifices first the Robot's parts to the planet's junkman, the Jupiter 2 itself. ****** End Of Listing ******


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