OCTOBER 2010 ARCHIVE

Pre-Order Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Season 4, Volume 2 DVD

Amazon are now taking pre-orders for the long awaited Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Season 4, Volume 2 DVD set. The DVD is due to be released on 21st December 2010, just in time for Christmas. The DVD is being listed at a discounted pre-order price of $27.99 (list price $39.98).

DEEP WATERS

Deep Waters

Neon and D. S. Campos have created a new comic strip for Voyage to Bottom of the Sea called “Deep Waters“.

LAND OF THE GIANTS WEST COAST CAST REUNION

Land of the Giants Cast Reunion, 9-10 October 2010

On the weekend of 9-10 October 2010, all of the Land of the Giants cast are gathering at the Hollywood Show for the first ever West Coast Land of the Giants reunion with all of the surviving cast members.  This is a rare and amazing opportunity to greet and meet Deanna Lund, Heather Young, Gary Conway, Don Matheson, Don Marshall and Stefan Arngrim together.

LAND OF THE GIANTS CAST AT THE HOLLYWOOD SHOW

Deanna Lund very kindly sent us this lovely photograph of the Land of the Giants cast at the first day of the October 2010 Hollywood Show.  If you’re in the area on the second day (10/10/10), do drop by the Hollywood Show to say hello to the Land of the Giants Cast.

Heather Young, Don Matheson, Deanna Lund, Gary Conway, Don Marshall and Stefan Arngrim at the Hollywood Show, October 2010

Heather Young, Don Matheson, Deanna Lund, Gary Conway, Don Marshall and Stefan Arngrim at the Hollywood Show, October 2010

DON MARSHALL ON RETRO RADIO LIVE

Don Marshall appeared on Retro Radio Live on Tuesday 12th October 2010. The interview was available on the Retro Radio Live website and through iTunes (if in the US) for around two weeks.

HOLLYWOOD EXPO

Deanna Lund, Don Matheson, Don Marshall, June Lockhart and Mark Goddard were amongst the guests at the Hollywood Expo on 15-17 October 2010 at the Hilton at Universal Studios in Los Angeles.

 

 

 

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