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Lost In Space

3 Seasons

Season 1
4.6 out of 5 stars (400) IMDb 7.3/10

Created by legendary producer Irwin Allen ("The Poseidon Adventure") and set in the space age "future" of 1997, this sci-fi series follows an American family, their robot and a stowaway on their space adventures.

Starring:
Guy Williams, June Lockhart

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Season 1

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1. The Reluctant Stowaway

The Robinson family takes off on the pioneering launch of the Jupiter 2, towards a planet orbiting Alpha Centauri. But sabotage by Dr. Zachary Smith leaves the family and their robot lost in space.

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2. The Derelict

Following a tense effort to rescue John Robinson from deep space, the Jupiter 2 is drawn inside a massive alien spaceship. There, the family confronts a strange race of bubble creatures.

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3. Island in the Sky

The family crash-lands on an unknown planet in an attempt to rescue Professor Robinson. Maureen and the others use the chariot to man the search, only to face more havoc from Dr. Smith's diabolical schemes.

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4. There Are Giants in the Earth

The Robinsons set up camp on a planet populated by strangely evolving life forms. As the family moves their camp in search of warmth, they are confronted by a giant Cyclops.

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5. The Hungry Sea

Following a quick escape from an ancient city, the Robinsons must flee the heat of an unknown planet's sun. Heading through storms and earthquakes, they land safely- only to face an unknown entity from outer space.

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6. Welcome Stranger

The Robinsons try to persuade a long-stranded astronaut, James Hapgood, to take Will and Penny back to Earth. He refuses, but has a change of heart after a near tragedy befalls Penny.

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7. My Friend, Mr. Nobody

Penny befriends a lonely echo voice she calls "Mr. Nobody." But when the girl appears to be injured, the being's wrath threatens the Robinsons-until Penny persuades it not to hurt her family.

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8. Invaders from the Fifth Dimension

Glowing humanoids invade the Robinsons' colony in search of a brain to navigate their ship. Their plan is foiled when Will's worry over his parents' safety makes his brain unusable.

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9. The Oasis

The Robinsons' water crisis deepens when Dr. Smith uses their only water supply for a shower. But a strange alien fruit may be the answer-until it causes Smith to grow to twice his normal size.

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10. The Sky Is Falling

The Robinsons confront their mistrust of an alien family that has beamed in from space. Unable to understand their language, they fear for Will's safety when he and the little alien boy disappear.

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11. Wish Upon a Star

When Dr. Smith and Will discover a magic wish-granting machine, the family becomes intoxicated with greed. But the party ends when a strange alien creature reclaims the magic machine.

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12. The Raft

Will comes up with an idea for a two-man ship that can travel to Earth. But when Dr. Smith hijacks the ship, a crash landing finds Will and Smith trapped in a jungle, pursued by a bush creature.

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13. One of Our Dogs Is Missing

A friendly little dog survives the crash of a space capsule and leads Professor Robinson and Don West to Judy, just in time to save her from the claws of a giant hairy mutant.

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14. The Attack of the Monster Planets

The family is threatened by a giant cyclamen plant that can create realistic duplicates of anything it absorbs. Soon the plant feeds on the Jupiter 2's fuel supply and then makes an evil version of Judy Robinson.

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15. Return from Outer Space

Will discovers a matter-transfer portal that returns him to Earth, but once there, the residents of a small town in Vermont have a hard time believing his stories of life in space.

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16. The Keeper (Part I)

The family comes upon an evil alien zookeeper, whose trance-like powers can entice exotic animals-and young humans like Will and Penny-to follow him into captivity.

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17. The Keeper (Part II)

Chaos reigns as the Keeper's creatures, let loose by the robot and Dr. Smith, overrun the planet. The Keeper refuses to stop the heinous animals unless the family gives him Penny and Will.

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18. The Sky Pirate

The Robinsons find new hope when they meet a marooned pirate with an interstellar vehicle capable of returning to Earth. But their plans are foiled when a slithering mass pursues the pirate in search of a stolen object.

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19. Ghost in Space

A strange, ghost-like presence appears after an explosion in a bog awakens it. Dr. Smith conducts a séance, certain the rampaging ghost is his dead uncle's spirit.

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20. The War of the Robots

The family's robot is seemingly replaced when Will repairs a robotoid from an advanced civilization - until the new machine wreaks havoc by trying to take over the ship.

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21. The Magic Mirror

Frustrated with impending adolescence, Penny falls into a mirror and enters a strange new dimension. There she befriends a lonely alien boy who tells her she can never leave Mirrorland - but she'll never have to grow up.

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22. The Challenge

A tough little alien boy and his father attempt to prove their superiority to humans by challenging John and Will Robinson to a test of strength and bravery.

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23. The Space Trader

Dr. Smith makes a hard bargain when his dealings with a space trader go awry, and he finds himself in an intergalactic contract he's unable to break.

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24. His Majesty, Smith

Dr. Smith lobbies to become king of a luxurious planet named Andronica, only to discover he's to be used as a human sacrifice.

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25. The Space Croppers

An oddball family of alien hillbillies ensnares the Robinsons. Their daughter tries to romance Don while their pet werewolf and fast-growing, man-eating plants spell trouble.

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26. All That Glitters

Dr. Smith discovers the dark side of greed when he steals a magic disc that turns everything he touches - even Penny - into platinum.

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27. Lost Civilization

John, Don and Will discover an underground world of soldiers frozen in suspended animation, waiting for their princess to be awakened by a kiss - so they can take over the universe.

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28. Change of Space, A

Will comes upon an alien spaceship that takes him to the Sixth dimension, transforming him into a boy genius. Jealous Dr. Smith uses the ship as well, with very different results.

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29. Follow the Leader

The mind and soul of Professor John Robinson is overtaken by an unseen alien spirit, forcing Robinson to turn against the family as he tries to take over the ship.

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Bonus: No Place to Hide

The Robinson family rockets into outer space, only to crash-land onto a desert planet.

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I just wanted to express my appreciation to everyone who has posted a review here. I'm really flattered and happy to see the first season LIS DVD box doing so well. Of course I can't be objective about it, but the first season is definitely my favorite. It was a wonderful experience for me to make the show as a kid and it's a wonderful experience now to watch it with my kids and to see that it still excites and pleases people all over our woe begotten beautiful planet. So, on behalf of my fellow LIS cast members (who are still in touch with each other regularly and are still very much a "family") Thank you all for the kind words. Enjoy!
Bill Mumy
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I'm 44 years old and was 5 years old when this series ran on TV. I can still remember the horror and fascination of space in the mid-1960s, which at the time was completely new terrain. Giant blobs, tentacled creatures, plastic ray guns, laser beams - it didn't matter what tricks the producers employed, it was all NEW STUFF as far as I was concerned. Of course, if you compare the props, effects and plots with today's sci-fi, you'd probably burst out laughing and scoff at how primitive it was back then. Then again, you don't buy this DVD set for realism, or for cutting-edge special effects or even for the acting. Neither do you buy it because it pioneered the scores of space adventures that came later, like The Invaders, Flash Gordon or Star Trek. Instead, you buy it because you want to remember how it was when you were 5 years old and you sat in your parents' living room, hunched over a black-and-white TV set, scared out of your wits, yet thrilled to bits at the harrowing adventures of the Robinsons. You buy it because maybe even at that young age, you had a crush on Penny Robinson (Angela Cartwright) and you want to try and grasp that feeling again, which at the time was also NEW STUFF to you. So this is first and foremost a trip down memory lane and it won't appeal to anyone who never watched the show as a kid. For fellow reviewers who have expressed disappointment and have said they felt let down, I ask you - what the hell did you expect?
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Like many of the posts here, I was about 8 when I first saw 'Lost in Space' and it opened up my imagination like nothing ever had. 'Star Trek' at the time didn't interest me as much as the adventures of the Space Family Robinson, the reluctant stowaway Dr. Smith, and the faithful Robot, who any boy (or girl) would have wanted as a best friend. It remained my favorite shows for years and I taped most of the episodes in reruns and also spent quite a fortune with Columbia House buying the better quality videos they offered. Season One is by far the best of the 3 seasons, but even though the series went campy ('The Great Vegetable Rebellion' anyone?) I'm looking forward to rewatching some episodes of Seasons 2 and 3 that I never did get to tape and haven't seen for many years. I think Fox will make a nice profit off this series, so hopefully seasons 2 and 3 won't be too far along.
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"Lost in Space" (1965-68) told the story of the space family Robinson, who left Earth aboard their Jupiter II spacecraft on a five-year voyage to explore a planet in the Alpha Centauri system, our nearest neighbor in the galaxy. But then Dr. Zachary Smith (Jonathan Harris), an enemy spy, sabotaged the control system but did not get off the ship before it took off. "Lost in Space" were Dr. John Robinson (Guy Williams of "Zorro"), his wife Maureen (June Lockhart from "Lassie"), daughters Judy (Marta Kristen from "Beach Blanket Bingo") and Penny (Angela Cartwright from "Make Room for Daddy" and "The Sound of Music"), and son Will (Billy Mumy from a memorable episode of "The Twilight Zone"). The ship's pilot was Major Don West (Mark Goddard from "The Detectives Starring Robert Taylor) and completing the crew was the Robot (Bob May in the suit but Dick Tufeld providing the voice).

To be clear from the start, even though the first season of "Lost in Space" was in black & white it was the best season. That is because when the Robinsons first blasted off in the Jupiter II this was a dramatic science fiction show. By the end of that first season it was starting to change into more of a situation comedy and the last two seasons all too often involved the comedy team of Dr. Smith, Will and the Robot. But the first five episodes are classic science fiction that hold up to "The Twilight Zone," "The Outer Limits," or "Star Trek" in terms of 1960s television. There are also enough solid episodes to make up for the lame ones, plus the pure nostalgic value of this particular series for those of us who grew up on 1960s television, to justify rounding up to a five star rating.
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I loved lost in space as a kid, and brings back a lot of memories as an adult! Love the quality of video, so crisp & clear on DVD. Now I am waiting for season 2 to come out & I'm sure it will be well worth the wait if it's anything like season 1. Well worth every penny & buying it from Amazon is cheaper than buying it from Best Buy.
Thanks FOX!!!
A "very" satisfied customer ;-)
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