Lost in Space (1965–1968)
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Farnum B the intergalactic showman again encounters the Robinsons as he presents the Galaxy Beauty Pageant that Judy enters.

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Prof. John Robinson (credit only)
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Maureen Robinson (credit only)
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Maj. Don West
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Will Robinson (as Billy Mumy)
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Penny Robinson
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Dr. Zachary Smith
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Farnum
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Nancy Pi Squared
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Farnum B the intergalactic showman again encounters the Robinsons as he presents the Galaxy Beauty Pageant that Judy enters.

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14 February 1968 (USA)  »

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Actress Dee Hartford returns to play Nancy Pi Squared. Hardford had played the android Verda, in the 2 previous episodes Lost in Space: The Android Machine (1966) and Lost in Space: Revolt of the Androids (1967). See more »

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When Farnum sees the gold coins ("squandros") pouring from the mouth of the animal head on the wall, he and Will see a second animal head further to the right begin to spew coins. When they immediately walk over to the second animal head, the container is nearly full despite the coins just having started to fall. See more »

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References Lost in Space: A Day at the Zoo (1967) See more »

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Voice of Fire Ruler of "strange, shadowy planet"
23 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

The voice actor wasn't credited, but his voice sounded like actor Gary Raymond to me. Raymond played Moffatt in "The Rat Patrol" and guest-starred as Colonel John Grey in "The Man Who Came Back" episode of the British Science Fiction TV Series, "UFO." This episode was pretty bad and relied on comedy, which was better in episodes with weak plots and bad writing like this one. There is at least one unanswered question in this episode, too. Did Don West see the aliens who knocked him out when they entered the Jupiter-2 late at night? Also, this episode hints at an almost demonic possession of Farnum, whose soul has been sold by his agent. The idea that a being consisting of fire would find a human female beautiful and attractive is ludicrous, but fantasy and science fiction hack writers often resort to this moronic plot device. Farnum actually mention how absurd it is for a being to find a being of another species attractive in his conversation with Will Robinson, but the writer still manages to ignore his own lesson and make this the plot device that comprises the final conflict. Farnum was an outrageous, absurd character, but this series was at its best in the beginning when it was serious science fiction.


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