The resolution to lost in space in this TV movie documentary.

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The resolution to lost in space in this TV movie documentary.

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28 November 1998 (USA)  »

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The Prop John Larroquette used in the final scene was the Amulet from the Lost in Space: The Galaxy Gift (1967) See more »

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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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A long overdue tribute
3 January 2002 | by (Palm Beach, FL) – See all my reviews

Lost in Space Forever is a long overdue tribute to a TV program that rarely gets a fair shake. Let us not forget that LIS was canceled with higher ratings than Star Trek ever got in prime time. This is a fan's tribute to the cast and phenomena that was Lost in Space - papier mache´ caves, saran wrap forcefields, talking dragons and all.

While Trek embraced technology and used it to overcome obstacles, the Space Family Robinson was a contemporary family, overcoming threats with family bonds, trust, affection and a pet robot.

With Jonathan Harris and Bill Mumy back in costume, and Bob May back in the robot, it is a loving remembrance of the idealized American family that every child wanted, and by association, had via the program.


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