Angela,What an absolute delight to hear you and Billy on Coast To Coast tonight. I have a fond memory of waiting in line with you and Billy at James Taylor's debut concert at the Troubadour. Ah, those were the good old days (date withheld to protect the innocent LOL!). Just a wonderful happenstance seeing you both there and chatting about our mutual love of folk music.As I recall we sat at the front row table just under James. Joni Mitchell sat nearby. I also remember there was a bomb scare and we all had to file out until the building was checked. It was a strange sight seeing James sitting on his guitar case in the middle of the road. LOL!What a treat to find now that we also have a mutual love of photography. So great hearing you once again.All the best.~Rocky
What fun memories this brought back. Lost in Space was one of my favorite shows growing up and I just loved seeing pictures of you and other cast members! Thanks so much for sharing them!
ON Coast to Coast of course, Stayed up the nite at 1 am just to hear U Guys as being a kid of the the 60's LIS was WAY COOOOOOOL! Major kudos to you and Bill for going to studio and not Phoning interview in..........BTW, where is Debbie the BLOOP buried? Sad to hear about chimp, gotta agree the B+W Season of LIS was the most powerful and best of the bunch. You guys will be an icon in TV for years to come!
Lost In Space was one of my favorites growing up. I got started watching the reruns after school in the '70's but I think I can remember one of the scenes from the show from the original run. I was 3 in 1966 so this was probably one of my earliest TV watching memories!! The scene I remember is what I later learned was the 2nd season premiere where Will & Penny were throwing out all the excess stuff from the Jupiter 2in a pile outside to get ready for liftoff. I didn't get to hear the radio show but thanks for sharing all the pictures of the Lost In Space cast and memories of the show with us on your blog. It's also great to read that you, Bill & Marta got along so well and are still friends today. With the behavior of child/teen stars today it's refreshing to see that the child stars of our generation turned out so well.
LIS was a must watch for me growing up and hearing you reminiscing with Bill on my favorite radio show was a real trip. I can see that I have a lot of catching up to do.I dug Dr. Demento but to hear that Bill was involved with Barns and Barns and the making of Fish Heads!??? I still have Fish Heads on my Ipod! I never guessed that character on Babylon 5 was Will Robinson all grown up! And what a thrill to see all your photographic work. You and I share a love for B&W photography and the early B&W episodes of LIS truly did rock the house.
I loved Lost in Space except zach? the old sinister guy...it was a great escape from my crazy dysfunctional family! Denise Hull,MA
Sounds really interesting! I love this program!.
OK, well that certainly answers my next question. Lost in Space was one of our favorites growing up. However, my favorite is still the Sound of Music. Glad I stumbled across this site. I've seen your art in Somerset publications and never put the two names together.
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