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A flying saucer lands on modern day earth, and the two characters who fly it, Fi and Fum, invite a young boy and his babysitter to take a little trip with them. Unfortunately, something goes wrong and they end up lost in time. Each episode has them travelling to a different Earth of the future in their efforts to get Jerry and Alice back home. Written by
The Lost Saucer was one of my favorite Saturday morning TV shows as a child. I loved it! The Lost Saucer was a live-action series with all the energy and fun of a cartoon. It was wonderfully zany and anything could happen as they traveled through both space and time. It was wild! Where else on Saturday mornings could you encounter a "Chickephant"? LOL! The cast and characters were also terrific. Jim Nabors and Ruth Buzzy were a perfect zany comedic duo for a kid's show. Alice Playten and Jarrod Johnson were both wonderful. The show's heart was in the right place too. It wasn't cynical or mean. The Lost Saucer was always fun and positive. I enjoyed it immensely. I have a lot of happy childhood memories of this show. I wish they'd release it on DVD.
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