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Trip Through the Robot 

While in the Valley of Shadows the Robot is affected by strange forces and grows to the size of a building. Will and Dr. Smith enter the Robot to try to reverse the process and save him.

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While in the Valley of Shadows the Robot is affected by strange forces and grows to the size of a building. Will and Dr. Smith enter the Robot to try to reverse the process and save him.

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22 March 1967 (USA)  »

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When Professor Robinson and Major West first encounter the much-larger Robot in the Valley Of Shadows, there is nothing lying on the ground to the right of the hole in the bottom of the Robot's tread. When they walk up to the hole and the camera shot changes, there is a log lying to the right of the hole. See more »

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The genius of Jonathan Harris
2 November 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Jonathan Harris was an icon and American treasure. His acting on LIS is a feat never to be duplicated. Once again, he was the villain we loved. Trip through the Robot revealed his kinder side. When the robot 'died', Will was very distressed. Dr. Smith, observing this, physically tried to revive the robot. When he failed, he consoled Will, placing his hand on his shoulder, telling him he was sorry. Additionally, he went along with Will's plan to ultimately revive and restore the robot. Dr. Smith, despite his faults, cared for the kids. When he thought Penny had turned to platinum, he cried, blaming himself and willing to sacrifice himself for her recovery. In another episode, he made it back to earth prior to the original launch. When he learned the Robinsons would be destroyed without his presence on the ship, he allowed himself to be trapped on board all over again. May Mr. Harris forever rest in peace...


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