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Man Who Said 'Danger, Will Robinson' Now Gone

25 January 2012 4:40 PM, PST | | See recent Airlock Alpha news »

Whenever we think of Robot from the 1960s series "Lost in Space," our mind goes straight to Bob May, who passed away three years ago. But May was just inside the Robot suit. It was Dick Tufeld who provided the voice with famous lines like "Danger, Will Robinson" and "That does not compute." A prolific announcer with a career spanning decades, Tufeld died Jan. 22 in Studio City, Calif. He was 85. Tufeld's voice was heard through a lot of television, especially in its early days. But science-fiction would not only make him the most famous, it's what gave him his break in the first place. His first job in television was as the announcer for the "Space Patrol" episode "The Laughing Alien" in 1953. He would go on to work in shows like "Annie Oakley," "Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color," »

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