Will is reunited with his friend Captain Tucker in this sequel to "The Sky Pirate." Tucker and his very motley crew -- lizardman Deek, hairy humanoid Smeek, and bipedal bison Izralim -- are... See full summary »

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Will is reunited with his friend Captain Tucker in this sequel to "The Sky Pirate." Tucker and his very motley crew -- lizardman Deek, hairy humanoid Smeek, and bipedal bison Izralim -- are searcing for a legendary lost treasure. The key to finding the booty might be a disembodied talking head in a box that is harrying Dr. Smith. Written by Mister-UHF

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1 March 1967 (USA)  »

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The title comes from the movie The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948). See more »

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Alonzo P. Tucker: Foul Weather himself, ya treacherous dogs! Now we'll parley with me holdin' the upper hand.
Smeek: You can't blame the lads, Foul Weather. You promised Beelebones's treasure.
Deek: Aye, and a chart to where it's buried.
Alonzo P. Tucker: Aye, and I'm a man of my word.
[Pounding on the box]
Alonzo P. Tucker: Say somethin', ya blasted head.
Head: Good evening.
Deek: Wh-What's that?
Alonzo P. Tucker: What's that? I'll tell ya what it is, ya scum! Ol' Beelibones was too smart to put a chart on paper. So he took a better road, ol' Beelibones did. This here head here is tuned ...
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References Lost in Space: The Sky Pirate (1966) See more »

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