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Lost in Space was an American science fiction television series , created and produced by Irwin Allen , which originally aired between and The series follows the adventures of the Robinsons, a pioneering family of space colonists who struggle to survive in the depths of space.

The show ran for 83 episodes over three seasons, the first of which was filmed in black and white. On October 16, , the United States is gearing up to colonize space.

The Jupiter 2 , a futuristic saucer-shaped spacecraft, stands on its launch pad undergoing final preparations. Its mission is to take a single family on a five-and-a-half-year journey to an Earthlike planet orbiting the star Alpha Centauri. The family is accompanied by U. The Robinsons and Major West are to be cryogenically frozen for the voyage, and they are set to be unfrozen when the spacecraft approaches its destination. Zachary Smith Jonathan Harris , Alpha Control's doctor, is revealed to be a saboteur on behalf of an unnamed nation.

After disposing of a guard who catches him on board the spacecraft, Smith reprograms the Jupiter 2 ' s B-9 environmental control robot voiced by Dick Tufeld to destroy critical systems on the spaceship eight hours after launch.

Smith, however, becomes trapped aboard at launch and his extra weight throws the Jupiter 2 off course, causing it to encounter a storm of asteroids.

This, plus the robot's rampage, causes the ship to prematurely engage its hyperdrive , and causes the expedition to become hopelessly lost in the infinite depths of outer space. Smith's selfish actions and laziness frequently endanger the expedition; however, Smith's role assumes less sinister overtones in later parts of the series. The astronaut family of Dr. John Robinson, accompanied by a pilot and a robot , set out in the year from an overpopulated Earth in the spaceship Jupiter 2 to travel to a planet circling the star Alpha Centauri.

The Jupiter 2 mission is sabotaged by Dr. However, Smith is trapped aboard, and his excess weight alters the craft's flight path and places it directly in the path of a massive meteor storm. Smith manages to save himself by prematurely reviving the crew from suspended animation.

The ship survives, but the damage caused by Smith's earlier sabotage of the robot leaves the crew lost in space. The Jupiter 2 crashlands on an alien world, later identified by Will as Priplanus, where they spend the rest of the season and survive a host of adventures. Smith remains with the crew and acts as a source of comedic cowardice and villainy, exploiting the eternally forgiving nature of Professor Robinson.

At the start of the second season the repaired Jupiter 2 launches into space once more, to escape the destruction of Priplanus following a series of cataclysmic earthquakes. The Robinsons crash-land on a strange new world, to become planet-bound again for another season. In the third season, a format change was introduced. In this season, The Jupiter 2 travels freely in space, visiting a new world in each episode, as the family attempts to return to Earth or to reach their original destination in the Alpha Centauri system.

A newly built "Space Pod", provided a means of transportation between the ship and passing planets, and allows for various escapades. This season has a different set of opening credits and a new theme tune, which was composed by John Williams as part of the show's new direction.

During its three-season run, a number of actors made guest appearances. Travanti and Michael Conrad. Jonathan Harris , although a permanent cast member, was listed in the opening credits as "Special Guest Star" in every episode of Lost in Space.

Props and monsters were regularly recycled from other Irwin Allen shows. A sea monster outfit that had featured on Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea TV series might get a spray paint job for its Lost in Space appearance, while space monster costumes would be reused on Voyage as sea monsters. Spacecraft models, were also routinely re-used.

The foreboding derelict ship from season 1 was redressed to become the Vera Castle in season 3. The Fuel Barge from season 2 became a Space Lighthouse in season 3. The derelict ship was used again in season 3, with a simple color change. Likewise the alien pursuer's ship in "The Sky Pirate", was lifted from the film War of the Satellites , and was re-used in the episode "Deadliest of the Species".

Despite being credited as a "Special Guest Star" in every episode, Smith became the pivotal character of the series. Harris, on the other hand, hoped to stay longer on the show, but he found his character to be boring, and feared it would quickly bore the audience too. Harris "began rewriting his lines and redefining his character", by playing Smith in an attention-getting, flamboyant style, and ad-libbing his scenes with colorful, pompous dialogue.

By the end of the first season, the character of Smith is established as self-serving coward. These character traits are magnified in subsequent seasons. His haughty bearing, and ever-present alliterative repartee , were staples of the character. Lost in Space is remembered for the Robot's oft-repeated lines such as "Warning! The catchphrase "Danger, Will Robinson! It was also used as the slogan of the movie, whose official website had the address "www. The story was largely inspired by The Swiss Family Robinson but with a space-age twist.

The movie and television rights to the comic book were then purchased by noted television writer Hilda Bohem The Cisco Kid , who created a treatment under the title, Space Family Intended as a follow up to his first successful television venture, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea , Allen quickly sold his concept for a television series to CBS. Additional legal challenges appeared in , when Prelude Pictures announced their intention to turn Lost in Space into a motion picture. The show was conceptualized in , with the filming of an unaired pilot episode titled " No Place to Hide ".

The plot of the pilot episode followed the mission of a ship called Gemini 12, which was to take a single family on a year journey to an Earthlike planet orbiting star Alpha Centauri. The Gemini 12 was pushed off course due to an encounter with an asteroid, and the story was centered on the adventures of the Robinson family, depicting them as a happy crew without internal conflicts. Zachary Smith, a stowaway and saboteur played by Jonathan Harris , he was absent from the unaired pilot.

His character was added after the series was commissioned for production. Before the first episode was filmed, the characters Smith and the Robot were added, and the spaceship, originally named Gemini 12 , was renamed the Jupiter 2 and redesigned. For budget considerations, a good part of the footage included in the pilot episode was reused, being carefully worked into the early series episodes.

The first season emphasized the daily adventures of the Robinsons. The first half of season 1 dealt with Robinson party trekking around the rocky terrain and stormy inland oceans of Priplanus in the Chariot to avoid extreme temperatures. However, the format of the show later changed to a "Monster of the week" style, where stories were loosely based on fantasy and fairy tales.

To compete, Lost in Space Season 2 imitated Batman' s campy humor to compete against that show's enormous success. Stories giving all characters focus were sacrificed, in favor of a growing emphasis on Smith, Will, and the Robot. The third season had more straight adventure, with the Jupiter 2 now functional and hopping from planet to planet, but the episodes still tended to be whimsical and to emphasize humor, including fanciful space hippies, more pirates, off-beat inter-galactic zoos, ice princesses and Lost in Space' s beauty pageant.

During the first two seasons, episodes concluded in a "live action freeze" anticipating the following week, with the cliff-hanger caption, "To be continued next week! In early , while the final third-season episode "Junkyard in Space" was in production, the cast and crew were informally made to believe the series would return for a fourth season.

Allen had ordered new scripts for the coming season. A few weeks later, however, CBS announced a list of television series they were renewing for the —69 season, and Lost in Space was not included. CBS executives failed to offer any reasons why Lost in Space was cancelled. The show may have been cancelled due to the show's high cost. The actors' salaries nearly doubled during that time. Guy Williams grew embittered with his role on the show as it became increasingly " campy " in Seasons 2 and 3 while centering squarely on the antics of Harris' Dr.

Whether Williams retired to Argentina after the end of the series. Mumy and Lockhart utilize the "Celestial Department Store Ordering Machine" as a temporal conduit to show information and clips on Allen's history. Clips from Allen's various productions as well as pilots for his unproduced series were presented along with new interviews with cast members of Allen's shows. Mumy and Lockhart complete their presentation and enter the Jupiter 2 , following which Jonathan Harris appears in character as Smith and instructs the Robot once again to destroy the ship as per his original instructions " The special was hosted within a recreation of the Jupiter 2 upper deck set.

The program ends with Laroquette mockingly pressing a button on the Amulet from "The Galaxy Gift" episode, disappearing and being replaced by Mumy and Harris as an older Will Robinson and Zachary Smith. They attempt one more time to return to Earth but find that they are "Lost in Space Lost in Space showcased a variety of transportation methods of transportation in the series.

The Jupiter 2 is a is the two- deck , nuclear powered 2 flying saucer spacecraft. The version seen in the series was depicted with a lower level and landing legs. On the lower level were the atomic motors, which use a fictional substance called "deutronium" for fuel. The ship's living quarters feature Murphy beds , a galley , a laboratory, and the robot's "magnetic lock". On the upper level were the guidance control system and suspended animation "freezing tubes" necessary for non-relativistic interstellar travel.

The two levels were connected by both an electronic glide tube elevator and a fixed ladder. The Jupiter 2 explicitly had artificial gravity.

Entrances and exits to the ship were via the main airlock on the upper level, or via the landing struts from the lower deck, and, according to one season 2 episode, a back door. The spacecraft was also intended to serve as home to the Robinsons once it had landed on the destination planet orbiting Alpha Centauri. The Chariot existed in a dis-assembled state during flight, to be re-assembled once on the ground.

The Chariot was actually an operational cannibalized version of a Thiokol Snowcat Spryte, [20] with a Ford cubic-inch 3 L inline-6, horsepower engine with a 4-speed automatic transmission including reverse. Test footage filmed of the Chariot for the first season of the series can be seen on YouTube.

Most of the Chariot's body panels were clear — including the roof and its dome -shaped "gun hatch". Both a roof rack for luggage and roof mounted "solar batteries" were accessible by exterior fixed ladders on either side of the vehicle.

The vehicle had dual headlights and dual auxiliary area lights beneath the front and rear bumpers. The roof also had swivel-mounted, interior controllable spotlights located near each front corner, with a small parabolic antenna mounted between them.

The Chariot had six bucket seats three rows of two seats for passengers. The interior featured retractable metallised fabric curtains for privacy, a seismograph , a scanner with infrared capability, a radio transceiver , a public address system , and a rifle rack that held four laser rifles vertically near the inside of the left rear corner body panel.

The "Space Pod" was a small miniature spacecraft first shown in the third and final season, which was modeled on the Apollo Lunar Module. The Pod was used to travel from its bay in the Jupiter 2 to destinations either on a nearby planet or in space, and the pod apparently had artificial gravity and an auto-return mechanism.

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This is amazing and ethereal in all the ways great Cocteau Twins tracks are. Music from another planet. If Discogs is to be believed, they released just two singles and appeared on a few compilations, never putting out an album proper. I can find next to nothing about them online. Their name is a reference to the Book of the Dead, so that makes research a bit tricky.

Aside from that, they just have a smattering of tracks spread across four compilations to their name. Same for anyone who can literally find out anything at all about this group.

There are dozens of bands named Joy, including at least one other Japanese group. This is beyond my Googling skills. His past two albums Be Yourself and Dream You Up are fucking glorious dance records that seamlessly blend together glitch-IDM elements with four-on-the-floor disco beats and pure pulsing techno. Dude is my life right now. This shit is like candy it gets me going so much. They still make DDR here in Japan, if they put some of his tracks in it that would get me back in the arcade for sure.

Fortunately, his latest album came with an extra one-track bonus CD only available at Tower Records. Bombastic and beautiful all at the same time. But I think that most of them are compilations of unreleased or live material, or reworkings of past tracks. Additionally, none of them really hold a candle to that first release, which is just light years beyond anything else they ever put out. Of course, of all their records, their first and their best was the one that was out-of-print the longest.

All this Japanese music becoming available on US digital marketplaces…such a weird thing. As I get older and more stressed out, I find myself drawn to this stuff more and more. I just know that my brain is broken and this stuff can be a band-aid on occasion. I guess they call it healing music for a reason. When you toss out that phrase most people of course think of Prince and Michael, but they were far from the only people in the 80s who successfully fused 70s disco and funk with 80s dance and synthpop.

And what about The Pointer Sisters? Break Out , their synthesizer-fueled magnum opus, is one of the greatest dance albums of all-time, I stand by that. This sound died quick once the 90s hit, and I feel like it only recently made even the slightest comeback.

Not much came in the wake of that, save for Bruno trying to replicate it with his solo work which is alright I guess. We were on our way to a full-on dance-pop revolution and then that orange piece of rotten smegma got elected and pop music got horribly depressed and hey…ditto.

I need to boogie! I get that everything is shit and it feels like nothing is ever going to be good ever again. And in times like this, more emotional, downbeat music is of course going to be more popular.

And protest or angry music is going to have a place too I wish it had more of a place, to be honest. You can fight the power, campaign for social justice, be aware of how shitty the world is and listen to fun music now and then.

Listen to Aretha sing about men in tight pants. Southern All-Stars are a ridiculously big deal here in Japan, probably the biggest rock band of all-time. Bigger than YMO, bigger than Mr. Children, bigger than X Japan. I think the sonic similarities are just a coincidence. Madchester is psychedelic electronic rock music. This is electronic-influenced covers of psychedelic pop music from the 60s and 70s, so the commonalities make sense.

I prefer these covers by far. Go to YouTube and check out The Spiders if you want to hear some of that. The covers are so original and fun that they more than make up for it. Sorry for the lack of posts for the past two weeks. I place blame on a variety of factors, including a heavy work load, heat-induced malaise, and various other minor health annoyances. Although I guess most of those would be bullshit reasons next to my recent obsessive playing of Dead Cells. But I thought I would take a back from the procedurally-generated nonsense and give you some gay disco.

Anyone out there care to present corroboration to back up this claim? Does that make it sound bad? I bought this track because of Cowley, but the songs are by Beckie Bell, who released her first album back in , and put out a follow-up some 14 years later.

The career paths of incredibly talented sessions players will never cease to amaze me. I put up a new blog post over on Mostly-Retro where I talk about walking around Tokyo at 6: Also a quick request. Anyone out there have any experience with app development for the Android? I recently upgraded to the new Samsung Galaxy. If anyone out there would know how to put new filters into the Samsung Photo Editor, I would make it worth their while i.

I would pay actual money. Adelbert Von Deyen Iceland There are a lot of holes in my musical knowledge. He pumped out nine albums between and , but most of those remain unreleased digitally or on CD.

Very much in the Klaus Schulze style, it is just two longform pieces, one on each side. This track, however, is a tad more digestible, complete with a steady beat and beautiful piano sections. I love this stuff. Mick Clarke Spectro Mick Clarke strikes me as a guy who rolls with the punches. A Brit, Games , his first album was recorded in Germany in the krautrock style on the minor German label Blubber Lips.

The first half is very ambient, with an emphasis on textures and effects instead of strong melodies. The second part shifts focus to sequencer patterns, with a slightly dark edge to them. It gets better after the first minute or so though. His pieces sounds like concertos from space. Everything about his music seems to be intent on copying classical orchestrations entirely with synthetic instrumentation.

Sangiuliano never released another album, although he allegedly recorded one that ended up shelved by his record company. Wonder if he kept the hair. This blog is intended to shine light on music that has been unjustly lost through the years. If you can find the stuff here, buy it. Songs are only available for a limited time.

If I have it, I'll post it here eventually, nothing you say is going to make me buy a record you're too damn lazy to find yourself. Part 2 September 23rd, Last week I covered half of the Japanese alt-rock compilation The Brain Solution by focusing on the songs from the album by the groups Joy and Bardo Thodol.

Shit like this is why I need to study more Japanese dammit. The Jupiter 2 , a futuristic saucer-shaped spacecraft, stands on its launch pad undergoing final preparations. Its mission is to take a single family on a five-and-a-half-year journey to an Earthlike planet orbiting the star Alpha Centauri. The family is accompanied by U.

The Robinsons and Major West are to be cryogenically frozen for the voyage, and they are set to be unfrozen when the spacecraft approaches its destination. Zachary Smith Jonathan Harris , Alpha Control's doctor, is revealed to be a saboteur on behalf of an unnamed nation.

After disposing of a guard who catches him on board the spacecraft, Smith reprograms the Jupiter 2 ' s B-9 environmental control robot voiced by Dick Tufeld to destroy critical systems on the spaceship eight hours after launch.

Smith, however, becomes trapped aboard at launch and his extra weight throws the Jupiter 2 off course, causing it to encounter a storm of asteroids. This, plus the robot's rampage, causes the ship to prematurely engage its hyperdrive , and causes the expedition to become hopelessly lost in the infinite depths of outer space. Smith's selfish actions and laziness frequently endanger the expedition; however, Smith's role assumes less sinister overtones in later parts of the series.

The astronaut family of Dr. John Robinson, accompanied by a pilot and a robot , set out in the year from an overpopulated Earth in the spaceship Jupiter 2 to travel to a planet circling the star Alpha Centauri. The Jupiter 2 mission is sabotaged by Dr.

However, Smith is trapped aboard, and his excess weight alters the craft's flight path and places it directly in the path of a massive meteor storm. Smith manages to save himself by prematurely reviving the crew from suspended animation. The ship survives, but the damage caused by Smith's earlier sabotage of the robot leaves the crew lost in space.

The Jupiter 2 crashlands on an alien world, later identified by Will as Priplanus, where they spend the rest of the season and survive a host of adventures. Smith remains with the crew and acts as a source of comedic cowardice and villainy, exploiting the eternally forgiving nature of Professor Robinson.

At the start of the second season the repaired Jupiter 2 launches into space once more, to escape the destruction of Priplanus following a series of cataclysmic earthquakes. The Robinsons crash-land on a strange new world, to become planet-bound again for another season. In the third season, a format change was introduced.

In this season, The Jupiter 2 travels freely in space, visiting a new world in each episode, as the family attempts to return to Earth or to reach their original destination in the Alpha Centauri system. A newly built "Space Pod", provided a means of transportation between the ship and passing planets, and allows for various escapades.

This season has a different set of opening credits and a new theme tune, which was composed by John Williams as part of the show's new direction.

During its three-season run, a number of actors made guest appearances. Travanti and Michael Conrad. Jonathan Harris , although a permanent cast member, was listed in the opening credits as "Special Guest Star" in every episode of Lost in Space.

Props and monsters were regularly recycled from other Irwin Allen shows. A sea monster outfit that had featured on Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea TV series might get a spray paint job for its Lost in Space appearance, while space monster costumes would be reused on Voyage as sea monsters.

Spacecraft models, were also routinely re-used. The foreboding derelict ship from season 1 was redressed to become the Vera Castle in season 3. The Fuel Barge from season 2 became a Space Lighthouse in season 3. The derelict ship was used again in season 3, with a simple color change. Likewise the alien pursuer's ship in "The Sky Pirate", was lifted from the film War of the Satellites , and was re-used in the episode "Deadliest of the Species".

Despite being credited as a "Special Guest Star" in every episode, Smith became the pivotal character of the series. Harris, on the other hand, hoped to stay longer on the show, but he found his character to be boring, and feared it would quickly bore the audience too.

Harris "began rewriting his lines and redefining his character", by playing Smith in an attention-getting, flamboyant style, and ad-libbing his scenes with colorful, pompous dialogue.

By the end of the first season, the character of Smith is established as self-serving coward. These character traits are magnified in subsequent seasons. His haughty bearing, and ever-present alliterative repartee , were staples of the character.

Lost in Space is remembered for the Robot's oft-repeated lines such as "Warning! The catchphrase "Danger, Will Robinson!

It was also used as the slogan of the movie, whose official website had the address "www. The story was largely inspired by The Swiss Family Robinson but with a space-age twist. The movie and television rights to the comic book were then purchased by noted television writer Hilda Bohem The Cisco Kid , who created a treatment under the title, Space Family Intended as a follow up to his first successful television venture, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea , Allen quickly sold his concept for a television series to CBS.

Additional legal challenges appeared in , when Prelude Pictures announced their intention to turn Lost in Space into a motion picture. The show was conceptualized in , with the filming of an unaired pilot episode titled " No Place to Hide ". The plot of the pilot episode followed the mission of a ship called Gemini 12, which was to take a single family on a year journey to an Earthlike planet orbiting star Alpha Centauri.

The Gemini 12 was pushed off course due to an encounter with an asteroid, and the story was centered on the adventures of the Robinson family, depicting them as a happy crew without internal conflicts.

Zachary Smith, a stowaway and saboteur played by Jonathan Harris , he was absent from the unaired pilot. His character was added after the series was commissioned for production. Before the first episode was filmed, the characters Smith and the Robot were added, and the spaceship, originally named Gemini 12 , was renamed the Jupiter 2 and redesigned. For budget considerations, a good part of the footage included in the pilot episode was reused, being carefully worked into the early series episodes.

The first season emphasized the daily adventures of the Robinsons. The first half of season 1 dealt with Robinson party trekking around the rocky terrain and stormy inland oceans of Priplanus in the Chariot to avoid extreme temperatures. However, the format of the show later changed to a "Monster of the week" style, where stories were loosely based on fantasy and fairy tales.

To compete, Lost in Space Season 2 imitated Batman' s campy humor to compete against that show's enormous success. Stories giving all characters focus were sacrificed, in favor of a growing emphasis on Smith, Will, and the Robot.

The third season had more straight adventure, with the Jupiter 2 now functional and hopping from planet to planet, but the episodes still tended to be whimsical and to emphasize humor, including fanciful space hippies, more pirates, off-beat inter-galactic zoos, ice princesses and Lost in Space' s beauty pageant.

During the first two seasons, episodes concluded in a "live action freeze" anticipating the following week, with the cliff-hanger caption, "To be continued next week! In early , while the final third-season episode "Junkyard in Space" was in production, the cast and crew were informally made to believe the series would return for a fourth season.

Allen had ordered new scripts for the coming season. A few weeks later, however, CBS announced a list of television series they were renewing for the —69 season, and Lost in Space was not included. CBS executives failed to offer any reasons why Lost in Space was cancelled. The show may have been cancelled due to the show's high cost.

The actors' salaries nearly doubled during that time. Guy Williams grew embittered with his role on the show as it became increasingly " campy " in Seasons 2 and 3 while centering squarely on the antics of Harris' Dr. Whether Williams retired to Argentina after the end of the series. Mumy and Lockhart utilize the "Celestial Department Store Ordering Machine" as a temporal conduit to show information and clips on Allen's history.

Clips from Allen's various productions as well as pilots for his unproduced series were presented along with new interviews with cast members of Allen's shows. Mumy and Lockhart complete their presentation and enter the Jupiter 2 , following which Jonathan Harris appears in character as Smith and instructs the Robot once again to destroy the ship as per his original instructions " The special was hosted within a recreation of the Jupiter 2 upper deck set.

The program ends with Laroquette mockingly pressing a button on the Amulet from "The Galaxy Gift" episode, disappearing and being replaced by Mumy and Harris as an older Will Robinson and Zachary Smith. They attempt one more time to return to Earth but find that they are "Lost in Space Lost in Space showcased a variety of transportation methods of transportation in the series. The Jupiter 2 is a is the two- deck , nuclear powered 2 flying saucer spacecraft.

The version seen in the series was depicted with a lower level and landing legs. On the lower level were the atomic motors, which use a fictional substance called "deutronium" for fuel. The ship's living quarters feature Murphy beds , a galley , a laboratory, and the robot's "magnetic lock". On the upper level were the guidance control system and suspended animation "freezing tubes" necessary for non-relativistic interstellar travel.

The two levels were connected by both an electronic glide tube elevator and a fixed ladder. The Jupiter 2 explicitly had artificial gravity. Entrances and exits to the ship were via the main airlock on the upper level, or via the landing struts from the lower deck, and, according to one season 2 episode, a back door.

The spacecraft was also intended to serve as home to the Robinsons once it had landed on the destination planet orbiting Alpha Centauri. The Chariot existed in a dis-assembled state during flight, to be re-assembled once on the ground.

The Chariot was actually an operational cannibalized version of a Thiokol Snowcat Spryte, [20] with a Ford cubic-inch 3 L inline-6, horsepower engine with a 4-speed automatic transmission including reverse. Test footage filmed of the Chariot for the first season of the series can be seen on YouTube. Most of the Chariot's body panels were clear — including the roof and its dome -shaped "gun hatch". Both a roof rack for luggage and roof mounted "solar batteries" were accessible by exterior fixed ladders on either side of the vehicle.

The vehicle had dual headlights and dual auxiliary area lights beneath the front and rear bumpers. The roof also had swivel-mounted, interior controllable spotlights located near each front corner, with a small parabolic antenna mounted between them. The Chariot had six bucket seats three rows of two seats for passengers. The interior featured retractable metallised fabric curtains for privacy, a seismograph , a scanner with infrared capability, a radio transceiver , a public address system , and a rifle rack that held four laser rifles vertically near the inside of the left rear corner body panel.

The "Space Pod" was a small miniature spacecraft first shown in the third and final season, which was modeled on the Apollo Lunar Module. The Pod was used to travel from its bay in the Jupiter 2 to destinations either on a nearby planet or in space, and the pod apparently had artificial gravity and an auto-return mechanism. For self-defense, the crew of the Jupiter 2 had an arsenal of laser guns at their disposal. They also had sling -carried rifles and holstered pistols.

The first season's personal issue laser gun was a film prop modified from a toy semi-automatic pistol made by Remco. The force shield generator was able to protect the campsite and in one season 3 episode was able to shield the entire planet. For communication, the crew used small transceivers to communicate with each other, the Chariot, and the ship. In "The Raft", Will improvised several miniature rockoons in an attempt to send an interstellar " message in a bottle " distress signal.

In season 2 a set of relay stations was built to further extend communications while planet-bound. Their environmental control Robot B-9 ran air and soil tests, and was able to discharge strong electrostatic charges from his claws, detect threats with his scanner and could produce a defensive smoke screen. The Robot could detect faint smells and could both understand speech and speak in its own right.

The Robot claimed the ability to read human minds by translating emitted thought waves back into words. The Jupiter 2 had some unexplained advanced technology that simplified or did away with mundane tasks. The "auto-matic laundry" took seconds to clean, iron, fold, and package clothes in clear plastic bags. Similarly, the "dishwasher" would clean, wash, and dry dishes in just seconds. Technology in the show reflected contemporary real-world developments.

While the crew normally grew a hydroponic garden on a planet as an intermediate step before cultivating the soil of a planet, they also had "protein pills", which was a complete nutritional substitute for normal foods, in cases of emergency. Some members within the science-fiction community have pointed to Lost in Space as an example of early television's perceived poor record at producing science-fiction.

However, Lost in Space was a mild ratings success, unlike Star Trek , which received very poor ratings during its original network television run. The more cerebral Star Trek never averaged higher than 52nd in the ratings during its three seasons, [25] [26] while Lost in Space finished season one with a rating of 32nd, season two in 35th place, and the third and final season in 33rd place.

Lost in Space also ranked third as one of the top five favorite new shows for the — season in a viewer TVQ poll. Lost in Space was the favorite show of John F. The open and closing theme music was written by John Williams , a composer notable for creating the music for the film Star Wars. Williams was listed in the credits as "Johnny Williams".

Season three featured a new score which was considered more exciting and faster tempo. The opening music was accompanied by live action shots of the cast, featuring a pumped-up countdown from seven to one to launch each week's episode.

How to tell you're falling out of love or if this is just a normal blip can be can tell if you're just in a slump, or if you've lost those loving feelings. Check out some major signs your love for your SO is on the rocks. I'm all out of love, I'm so lost without you. I know you were right, believing for so long. I'm all out of love, what am I without you? I can't be too late to say that I was .