WonderCon: Lost in Space – The Complete Series Blu-ray Arrives September 15

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Lost in Space - The Complete Series Blu-ray

Danger, Will Robinson! Danger! With WonderCon launching today in Anaheim, California, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has taken the opportunity to officially announce that “Lost in Space” – The Complete Series will arrive on Blu-ray for the first time ever on September 15! Running from 1965 to 1968, this collection allows fans to bring home Irwin Allen’s intergalactic family saga that earned an enormous following of devoted fans over the years. Set in the space age future of 1997, follow the heart-racing, cliff-hanging adventures of John Robinson and his family aboard the Jupiter 2, along with Robot B-9 and the delightfully devious Dr. Zachary Smith.

Produced with Space Productions, Inc. and Synthesis Entertainment, this massive 18-disc set contains all 83 episodes remastered in high definition, and over seven hours of exciting extras with recently discovered content you won’t find anywhere else in the galaxy.

Highlights include new commentaries on classic episodes with the original cast, 50th Anniversary interviews and hours of archival footage, offering incredible and unprecedented access into Allen’s personal archives. In addition, the Blu-ray includes an exclusive cast performance of Bill Mumy’s unproduced 1980 epilogue script, featuring Mumy, Angela Cartwright, Marta Kristen, Mark Goddard and more!

Newly Created Special Features Include:

– New On-Camera Original Cast Interviews Featuring Bill Mumy, Mark Goddard, Angela Cartwright, Marta Kristen, Guy Williams Jr. and Toni Williams

– Original Cast Audio Commentaries on eight episodes: “No Place to Hide,” “My Friend, Mr. Nobody,” “Attack of the Monster Plants,” “Return From Outer Space,” “The Phantom Family,” “The Anti-Matter Man,” “The Promised Planet” and “The Great Vegetable Rebellion.”

– “Lost in Space: The Epilogue” – Special Cast Reunion Performance of Bill Mumy’s 1980 Unproduced Script with Mum, Mark Goddard, Marta Kristen, Angela Cartwright, Veronica Cartwright, Guy Williams Jr., Toni Williams, Kevin Burns and Robot B-9

Plus, Archive Material:

– “No Place to Hide” – Original Unaired Pilot (Version #1/Long Version)

– “No Place to Hide” – Original Unaired Pilot (Version #2/Short Version)

– Guy Williams Screen Test

– Bob May’s Home Movies

– “Lost in Space” 1965 CBS Advertisers and Affiliates Presentation

– “Seven Wonderful Nights” Lost in Space Excerpt (1965/66 CBS Promo w/ Dick Van Dyke)

– CBS Network Season One Television Spots

– CBS Network Season Two Television Spots

– CBS Network Preemption Bumpers w/ Jonathan Harris and the Robot (Season Two)

– “Lost in Space” Season Two / Main Title (with alternate/unused theme music by Warren Barker)

– “Lost in Space” Special FX Outtakes (1965-68) (w/ “Lost in Space” Rare Music Outtakes)

– Original Dick Strout Fox Promotional Interview with June Lockhart and Guy Williams (1966)

– Original Dick Strout Fox Promotional Interview with Jonathan Harris (1966)

-“Lost in Space” Animated Special (1973)

– Syndication TV Spots (1970s)

– Syndication TV Spots (1983)

– “Studs in Space” Promo #1 (Radio Promo for STUDS) (“Classic TV”) (1992)

– “Studs in Space” Promo #2 (Radio Promo for STUDS) (“I’m Thinking”) (1992)

– Never Before Released 20th Anniversary Interview with Irwin Allen (1985)

– “The Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen” (1996)

– “Lost in Space Memories” (Program Interstitals for “The Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen”) (1996)

– “Lost in Space Forever” (1998)

– “Lost in Space” Animated Series Pitch (2005) (by Scott O’Brien)

– “The Ballad of William Robinson” (Music Video by Bill Mumy)

– Jonathan Harris and Al Lewis on MANCOW (Chicago Radio Show)

– Original CBS Network Versions of Original Episodes “The Reluctant Stowaway,” “The Derelict,” “The Magic Mirror,” “Follow the Leader,” “Blast Off Into Space,” and “Target Earth”

– Photo Galleries including Publicity Stills, Episodic Stills, Behind-the-Scenes Stills, Vintage Merchandise, Props and Artwork 

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