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Lost In Space: Season 2 [DVD] [1966]

Guy Williams , June Lockhart    Parental Guidance   DVD
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
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  • Actors: Guy Williams, June Lockhart, Mark Goddard, Marta Kristen, Bill Mumy
  • Writers: Irwin Allen
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 8
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 5 July 2004
  • Run Time: 1470 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00020JQBW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 45,190 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The complete second season of Irwin Allen's cult 1960s TV series. The Robinson family continue their journey through space, meeting space vikings, androids, wizards and the Golden Man, a particular favourite of many Lost in Space fans. Episodes are: 'Blast Off into Space', 'Wild Adventure', 'The Ghost Planet', 'Forbidden World', 'Space Circus', 'The Prisoners of Space', 'The Android Machine', 'The Deadly Games of Gamma 6', 'The Thief from Outer Space', 'The Curse of Cousin Smith', 'West of Mars', 'A Visit to Hades', 'The Wreck of the Robot', 'The Dream Monster', 'The Golden Man', 'The Girl From the Green Dimension', 'The Questing Beast', 'The Toymaker', 'Mutiny in Space', 'The Space Vikings', 'Rocket to Earth', 'The Cave of the Wizards', 'Treasures of the Lost Planet', 'Revolt of the Androids', 'The Colonists', 'Trip Throught the Robot', 'The Phantom Family', 'The Mechanical Men', 'The Astral Traveler' and 'The Galaxy Gift'.


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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lost In Space - Second Season - the best season! 24 July 2004
Format:DVD
This was the first season of 'LIS' to be filmed in colour and for me is the best of the 3 seasons. It is very different from the first season of "serious Sci-fi" storylines filmed in black-and-white. The 30 episodes start off with the Robinsons being forced to take off from the 'planet' that they were stranded on for the previous season. This leads into some excellent 'spacebound' episodes early in the season; most notably 'The Ghost Planet' with excellent production values, storylines and studio sets. They then crash land on a new planet which becomes their home for the remainder of the second season. After some early episodes featuring all the cast members, the episodes increasingly begin to centre around stories involving mainly Dr Smith, Will Robinson and the Robot, and these episodes have an increasing comedy flavour to them, which tends to be the main stay of this second season. Some excellent episodes are 'The Android Machine', 'The Wreck of The Robot' and the fans favourite 'The Golden Man' (strong moral messages in this episode). However, some episodes are so "over the top" as to be quite frankly ludicrous; notable examples of these are 'West of Mars', 'The Space Vikings' and the dreadful 'The Questing Beast'. Nevertheless these episodes are saved by their excellent production values. The video transfers on some of the episodes have rather "washed-out" colours with blunt definition while most of the other episodes are very clear, doing good justice to the DVD format. However, it is apparent that 'FOX' have not attempted to digitally clean up the pictures for this box set, which is rather a shame given that the technology to do this is easily accessible in the industry now, and it is also probably to do with the age and condition of the source material which must be now 38 years old!. Read more ›
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars "Spare me your poisonous barbs Major!" 26 Aug 2004
By lee
Format:DVD
If your principal memory of "Lost in Space" is the black and white "serious" science first season, this new set will come as quite a shock. Prepare for "Space Camp"(emphasis on the latter).
The lurid - in every sense - Season Two leaves the realm of reason (even sci-fi reason) altogether to inhabit its' own bizarre dimension of ludicrous, outrageous, laughable - yet somehow compelling - intergalactic panto. It could only have come from the decade that brought us Adam West's resplendent Batman (Where ARE the DVDs of that classic series?).
Jonathan Harris's scenery chewing, eye-rolling, hysterically shrieking Dr Zachary Smith (he makes Graham Norton look like Vin Diesel) is a virtuoso display of mincing tomfoolery. Billy Mumy's excellent Will Robinson remains the definitive template for all the boy geniuses that followed in his wake. The fab B9 Robot dramatically waves his limbs in dire warning at every over-the-top cowboy/ ringmaster/pirate/saladbowl-bedecked green woman who happens to drop in that week. At this stage the rest of the family are reduced to little more than walk-on parts.
It's totally daft - (don't expect any classic stories like the first seasons' "Return from Outer Space" or "Mr Nobody") - but totally great. They actually COULD'NT make them like this anymore - the Irwin Allen gene is lost to science. A "must have" slice of T.V. history.(One star dropped for the bifocal wearing basset hound).
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By Keith_Joseph HALL OF FAME TOP 50 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
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I first bought this series two 'Lost in space' for my son (age 9) and he loves it (it is packaged just like the series 1 set). We watch about an episode or two a week (so have weeks to go). The series 2 was 'Lost in space' as I remember it: classy and very bold colourful sets, funny, with an increasingly camp Dr Smith having more catch phrases than Arthur Askey ("Spare me the barbs Major", "You posturing ninny"). In fact the robot's tagline 'It does not compute' was a favourite phrase of mine during my schooldays. I did vaguely remember the B&W first series as well (particularly the excellent first few episodes concerning leaving Earth eg. 'The reluctant stowaway') and knew Dr Smith, the Jupiter II and the crew were all present and correct. However I had forgotten how dark, menacing and calculating Dr Smith was compared to this second series. My son found series one too frightening to watch past the first few episodes, and was particularly disappointed with the B&W TV images - although I found these episodes far more interesting than those in the second series - but even I did miss the series 2 gaudy colour, although the B&W sets and effects are just as 'good'. By this second series the title should have been changed to 'The Dr Smith, Will Robinson and Robot show', where the comic talents of Jonathan Harris, Billy Mumy and Bob May (inside the robot) are increasingly in evidence (nicking some of competitors Batman's camp visual style) - this is reflected in this DVD set's cover art. The third series corrected this imbalance a little, giving other short changed cast members better parts.

So if you are buying for your children I would miss series one and skip straight to this series two, giving a two minute intro. But if you want a bit more bite then go for series one as well.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
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From 1965 to 1968 the United States of America brought us a fantastic science fiction television series called "Lost In Space". The television network CBS televised 84 episodes,including the pilot episode "No Place To Hide". The first series was filmed in black and white with the animated credits and original theme tune written by John Williams of "Jaws" and "Star Wars" fame. However, the second series was filmed in colour with such a beautiful array of colours that combined wonderfully with the suspensful backround music. Also there were superb performances by Jonathan Harris who originally was only supposed to be in the first six episodes but whose cowardly antics and exaggerated reactions to events around him, made his character, Dr.Zachary Smith the most popular charated in the whole series. It is strange that in the pilot episode, neither Dr. Zachary Smith nor the bubble headed robot appeared and yet it is impossible to imagine "Lost In Space" existing without either character. The other great actor in it was Billy Mumy as the boy Will Robinson whose character developed into a hero for all young boys especially computer whizz-kids. In the thirty episodes of season two, there are episodes featuring a lady with a green face, space vikings, cowboys and even characters from Greek and Norse mythology, such as Thor and the Valkyries. This is a great way for children to be introduced to mythology. For me, I would recommend "Trip Through The Robot", which reminds me of the film "Fantastic Voyage" as Will and Dr.Zachary Smith enter inside the robot who has expanded to the size of a house, in order to change its metabolism and reduce the robot back to its normal size. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyed ever minute
Enjoyed ever minute, very funny.
Published 15 days ago by bluesoda
5.0 out of 5 stars a great set to keep and nice presentation box containing the ...
ive nothing to add that hasnt been said by other buyers. a great set to keep and nice presentation box containing the disks - a pure nostalgia trip for those of us who remember the... Read more
Published 16 days ago by kc sunshine
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
good second series
Published 18 days ago by Patsy Edith
5.0 out of 5 stars brilliant
well pleased love it brilliant ............ well liked a gd set to watch and enjoy well pleased with the item
Published 7 months ago by redrose
4.0 out of 5 stars Now in colour!!
The surprisingly serious tone of the early episodes are now a distant memory and season 2 is so camp it becomes a scifi panto. Read more
Published 19 months ago by Mr. R. W. Graham
5.0 out of 5 stars Oh the pain, the pain
A great slice of sixties nostalgia is let down by a lacklustre presentation. Whilst the prints presented here are OK, they don't leap out of the screen - but then again nor are... Read more
Published on 17 April 2012 by M. Hevingham
1.0 out of 5 stars very poor quality
Well I never thought I'd find myself reviewing this product so many years after purchasing it. Nothing needs to be said about the show itself, I have no doubts that if you are... Read more
Published on 19 Mar 2012 by ChrisR
5.0 out of 5 stars lost in space two
"Warning! Warning, Danger, Danger!" shouts the robot. "You bubble headed booby" and "the pain, the pain!" says Dr Zachary Smith. Read more
Published on 27 July 2011 by Miss M. Potter
4.0 out of 5 stars Not as Good as the First Season!
Not as good as the first or third seasons, still the 2nd season of Lost in Space is excellent entertainment. Read more
Published on 20 Mar 2011 by Philip Roberts
5.0 out of 5 stars LOST IN SPACE SERIES
I just love this show from the 60's. Highly recommend it, but you'll have to excuse the poor "special effects".
Published on 15 Nov 2009 by Megan Obrien
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