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RECENT BOOK RELEASES
IRWIN ALLEN'S LOST IN SPACE, VOLUME 1
Available now is the first of two volumes by Marc Cushman recording the history of Irwin Allen's Lost in Space. Reaching nearly 700 pages, this first volume covers the making of the first season of Lost in Space and features many notes from Lost in Space production papers, never seen before photos, and old and new interviews with those involved in the show. Reading through the chapters will give you a greater understanding on how television classics like this were produced.
This will be the ultimate reference source for anyone studying the series.
Marc Cushman has also written a three volume series of books researching Star Trek.
The book is available direct from the publishers Jacobs Brown Press or on Amazon.com.
Lost (and Found) in Space by Angela Cartwright and Bill Mumy
Lost (and Found) in Space is a stunning coffee table style book full of new photos from the production and set of Lost in Space. Written by Angela Cartwright (Penny Robinson) and Bill Mumy (Will Robinson), the book features many memories from both actors. Available in both paperback and hardback versions.
Styling the Stars by Angela Cartwright and Tom McLaren
Styling the Stars: Lost Treasures from the Twentieth Century Fox Archive is a new hardback book which is being published on 7 October 2014. The book offers a gallery of fascinating movie fashion photos from the Twentieth Century Fox archives and has been written by Angela Cartwright and Tom McLaren, with a foreword by Hollywood star Maureen O’Hara.
Lost in Space Encyclopedia II
Lost in Space Encyclopedia II - Expanded and revised edition edited by Flint Mitchell and William E. Anchors, Jr. This updated edition is now 468 pages long, with 200 new photos, and all new articles on
- Unfilmed Lost in Space scripts
- Coverage of every book written about Lost in Space with photos
- Photos of several new Lost in Space collectibles
- The Definitive Guide to the Jupiter 2 (all the changes made to the ship from the pilot to all the changes made during the show)
- The Evolution of Return From Outer Space: see how the script developed from the beginning idea to the aired episode
- Hardware in Space: coverage and photos of the hardware used on LIS, as well as photos of fan produced replicas
- Coverage of the artwork used in the Jupiter 2
- An all new color photo section
Lost in Space Design: No Place to Hide
Written by Robert Rowe and edited by Jack Hagerty. 80 page softcover book with colour and black and white photos and illustrations.
Industry insider Robert Rowe was given unprecedented access to the Fox Television archives when he started researching Lost in Space in the mid '80s. For over a decade, he continued to pore over production documents and interview the craftsmen responsible for creating the show. The result was The Jupiter 2 Repair Manual, a guide on the workings of the ship for the writers of the stillborn LiS reunion TV special. Fans of the show will be eternally grateful for Robert's efforts since those archives are no longer accessible, and most of the people responsible for the series are no longer with us.
To make this invaluable information available to the show's fans world-wide, Robert has expanded the Jupiter 2 Repair Manual into a series of Lost in Space Design books. This first one covers the creation of the original pilot episode, "No Place to Hide."
LOST IN SPACE ENCYCLOPEDIA
ALPHA CONTROL REFERENCE MANUAL RE-PUBLISHED
Note: the price is currently over $400 on Amazon. Keep an eye open on eBay for cheaper copies.
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Lost in Space Jupiter 2 Technical Guide
Featuring the fantastic blueprints of Geoffrey Hardy, 3D renderings by Christopher Krieg, technical descriptions by William Wolod and edited by Jack Hagerty. 110 page softcover book with colour and black and white photos and illustrations.
Irwin Allen's outer space adventure series, Lost in Space, continues to amaze. Now 45 years after it debuted on CBS, folks are still enthralled by the adventures of the "Space Family Robinson" travelling around the galaxy in their iconic spaceship, the Jupiter 2.
This book takes over where previous fan generated efforts have left off. LiS wasn't just a "monster-of-the-week" show. In fact, considerable research into real space flight and serious science fiction concepts of space travel went into the show's design. Vestiges of this research can still be found in the function of the Jupiter 2 and the other equipment of the expedition.
Many of the fans, who watched the show as wide-eyed youngsters, went on to write the "tech manuals" that, with the rise of the Internet, have spread worldwide. The problem is that many of those works were more rooted in fantasy than the show was. This book changes that. Written by professionals and edited by an aerospace engineer, it makes the hardware as real as possible while remaining true to the stories. With seeming half of fandom writing stories and designing games for the other half, we expect this to become the standard reference for the expedition that was "Lost in Space."
The Sound of Music Family Scrapbook
The Sound of Music Family Scrapbook by Fred Bronson is a new book being published on 1st April 2012 featuring stories of the experiences of each of the child actors during the filming of classic musical The Sound of Music. Contains rare photos as well as a DVD with on-set and behind the scenes home movies.
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