John Robinson and Don West are transported onto a strange new world where their evil opposites exist and plan to change places with them. Will, The Robot and a reluctant Dr. Smith set out ... See full summary »

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John Robinson and Don West are transported onto a strange new world where their evil opposites exist and plan to change places with them. Will, The Robot and a reluctant Dr. Smith set out to find and help the real Don and John only to be pursued by a evil John Robinson. Written by Trail Boss

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This alternative universe episode follows the Star Trek Mirror Mirror episode broadcast two months earlier. The premise of the episode is practically identically to the Star Trek episode. See more »

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The damage done to the robot by Professor Robinson with the metal bar is gone after Major West and Dr Smith stand him up from laying on the ground. See more »


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Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
Written by Wallis Willis
Performed by Dick Tufeld
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Surprisingly suspenseful gem amidst campy season
27 May 2010 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

As stated in another review, if the camp element had been weeded out from this episode, it could have stood up with the first eight episodes (and episode 15) of "Lost in Space." As it is, it's on a par with "Follow the Leader", the first season finale which had many great moments and a few campy ones which detracted from its complete effectiveness.

"The Anti-Matter Man" is probably the very best use of recycling (a common occurrence) in this series: the stark, Stravinsky-like stock music was scored by Herman Stein, and was originally from episode two ("The Derelict"); the rubber-suited red alien was an entirely different character in a prior episode, but put to very good (if utilitarian) use here. There are some superb camera bits, too (kudos to the director, Sutton Roley). And stars Guy Williams and Mark Goddard show more range than expected as Prof. Robinson's and Major West's villainous counterparts.

The effects are OK, but quite atmospheric nonetheless.


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