JUNE 2016 ARCHIVE

COMMEMORATING IRWIN ALLEN'S 100TH BIRTHDAY

Irwin Allen's 100th Birthday

12th June 2016 marks the 100th birthday of Irwin Allen, the "Master of Disaster", and all round king of science fiction and movie making. It's amazing to think that he was already in his fifties when busy making his quartet of science fiction shows in the mid to late sixties and this shows us all how much can be achieved even in our later years. He has inspired many movie makers who followed in the decades since, and his name and productions are often referred to and compared with when critiquing current day producers' work. That influence shows no sign of abating as we commemorate Irwin Allen's 100th birthday. We are working on a number of projects in the coming months and years to help keep his body of work in the public eye well into his second hundred years and beyond. Your input to these projects is a vital and a most welcome contribution to ensuring his legacy for the future. Please feel free to share your Irwin Allen creations, collections, and research any time via our contact page.

IRWIN ALLEN 100TH BIRTHDAY ART

Irwin Allen 100th Birthday Artwork

The above artwork has been designed by A. Dutto to commemorate the 100th birthday of Irwin Allen.

SOMETHING SPECIAL FOR IRWIN'S 100th BIRTHDAY

Restoring the Gemini 12 video featuring Paul Lubliner, Andre Dhont, and Mark Myers, and produced and edited by Mike Clark.

FULL SCALE CHARIOT REPLICA

The video above is courtesy of Chris Pappas and shows John Antonellis' amazing replica build of the Chariot from Lost in Space. Chris Pappas was a consultant on the project and provided considerable materials.

Chariot Inspiration

SEAVIEW MODEL VIDEO

This is a video of Shaun Dale's 57" DeBoer Seaview model build.

 

 

 

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