It was called "The Lost Saucer".They also traveled with a kid and a girl.
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Wasn't there a Saturday morning show with Bob Denver / Gilligan? I forget the name of that one and not sure I saw this one but looks vaguely familiar.
Yeah, the Bob Denver space show was "Far Out Space Nuts," another Krofft production.
I forgot about that one. I remember space nuts.
Space nuts was great. I watched that too.
Lost Sauce; Far-Out Space Nuts; Signmund; Land of the Lost; the Bugaloos; Dr. Shrinker...Damn, such good times on Saturday mornings.
Land Of The Lost is my favorite on your list. I was going to see the movie recently but I heard it wasn't very good.
Joe, do you remember watching "The Double Deckers?" That one, and Wonderama, were my Sunday morning favorites before church.
No I'm afraid I'm not familiar with those. I'm guessing double decker takes place on a bus, but aside from that I'm coming up blank..
Soo boss man! Like, wow! I am sooo happy to have found your site. Here's a few things of awesome late 60's early 70's culture I thought I'd like to share:YouTube Danger Island segment Bannana Splits Show:http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7321203173327736777#You Tube Susan Olson AKA "Cindy Brady" way groovy Go-Go girl shimmie:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KL5c7vLuzJw&feature=relatedMy first "man-crush" was on Jan Michael-Vincent, blond cutie on Danger Island segemnt, I was only 9 or so, approx 1970. But, he helped me solve a crucial question about myself I wasn't sure of.What a great time it was to be a kid, we'd sing and dance for ever and a day! Harder for kids to do these days.Thanks for the great fun site!
Wow... accidentally came across your Blog. Wow... talk about bringing the memories back! GREAT stuff! My 30-year reunion is coming up next month... and I'm tempted to use this Blog in our program! :)Also... if my memory is correct, ELO was once a guest performing group on the kids show Wonderama. Anyone recall that?? Just curious. Anyway... thanks for creating this Blog!!
The Lost Saucer! I loved this show as a child and it's still not available on DVD for some reason! Neat but interesting modelwork with a lifesize saucer shot "in camera" making it all easier on the eyes! Something you don't see much now days -with the muted computer graphics and all!
You may want to check out this site (no, its not mine, but its a cool site):http://www.70slivekidvid.com/
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