MARCH 2011 ARCHIVE

3D JUPITER 2 COMPUTER MODEL

John Picha's latest 3D creation is the Lost in Space Jupiter 2. To view more of his amazing 3D computer models, please visit the links below this video.

John Picha 3D Lost in Space Models

John Picha Gallery

BUDDY IRVIN MODEL BUILD VIDEOS

Buddy Irvin Model Build Videos

View Buddy Irvin's Videos

JUPITER 2 - UNPACKED

John has created this unpacked Jupiter 2 3d model as an exercise in imagination. Ever wondered how the Pod and Chariot fit into the larger saucer body? What was between the bulk heads? Lost in Space was created by Irwin Allen. 3d model created by John Picha.

REMCO SPINDRIFT TOOTHPICK CRAFT

Land of the Giants Remco Spindrift Toothpick Craft

New gallery added for the Land of the Giants Remco Spindrift Toothpick Craft

MOEBIUS MODELS SPINDRIFT KIT

Now available in stores!

PROMOTIONAL POSTCARD FOR UK DVD RELEASES

Revelation Films have kindly sent us a batch of promotional postcards to share with fans.  If you would like one of these postcards (see photo below) please visit the UK DVD postcard page for details on how to get a free card.

UK DVD Release Postcard

NEW SPINDRIFT ARTWORK BY KENNETH NETZEL

The Land of the Giants Spindrift by Kenneth Netzel

Kenneth Netzel Showcase Gallery

UK DVD RELEASES

Seasons One of both Land of the Giants and Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea are out on DVD in the UK on Monday 28th March 2011. Promotional clip shown courtesy of Revelation Films.

HELEN HUNT ON THE TONIGHT SHOW

Helen Hunt (Swiss Family Robinson) was Jay Leno's guest on The Tonight Show on Wednesday 30th March 2011.

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

MONSTER-MANIA CON

Roy Thinnes, David Hedison, Lee Meriwether and Robert Colbert at Monster Mania, March 2011

David Hedison, Lee Meriwether and Robert Colbert were Classic Sci-Fi guests at the 11-13 March Monster-Mania Con in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

Diane's Convention Report

 

 

 

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