Modern Spoof of 1950s
Modern Spoof of 1950s Sci-Fi Films - Includes Mockumentary
When was this doc made?
Great Woodsy dialogue, very clever LUVIT
I used to be an elaborate spoofer myself but this? Good lord.
First scene in the lab....loved the clock
Lost In Space (TV Series
Lost In Space (TV Series Trailer).
"HOW FAR OUT CAN YOU GET?"
How far out can you get?
that's the big question in Television today,
and CBS has the big answer.
It's fabulous new series,
"Lost In Space"!
And from all over the world correspondents have gathered to voice their infusiasim for this show,
that ventures farther out in concept that Television has ever gone before.
You can say it in any language.
"Lost In Space" is a top budget - top quality show,
designed to dazzle the eye and ear with the most impressive production values,
and spectacular effects ever lavished on any TV series.
We've put it on the launching pad for the new season,
in a projectory aimed at the mass family market.
Appealing to every aged group with entertainment as unusual as it is exciting!
Yes we're taking off for the stars!
On a journey that no longer seems as far-out and fantastic as it would have only a few years ago.
For now we live in the Space-age!
Mister and Mrs. Average American and all their kids,
have marveled at the heroic exploits of our pioneer astronauts!
They're ready to project themselves into the foreseeable future with this family of space explorers!
If you're wondering about a certain lack of animation in their expressions,
it's because they've been frozen solid,
to survive their tremendous timespan of travel to another galaxy.
A journey interrupted enroute when their ship is blasted by a mirage of meteors.
Battered off course,
They're drawn into the orbit of a mystery planet.
The Robinson Family.
Spaceshipwrecked on this alien forbidding soil in the year Two-Thousand A.D.,
and your audience will be with them all the way,
sharing their action-packed adventures.
For instance wouldn't dad like to use this gadget to beat that through-way traffic?
It's the jet-prepeled rocketbelt worn by Guy Williams who made his mark as Zorro,
and now plays Space Scientist - John Robinson,
Resourceful father of this castaway family.
Maureen Robinson is played by popular June Lockhart,
now setting up lighthousekeeping five-thousand lightyears away from Lassie.
But there are still plenty of pets around,
A weird little critter whose bound to appeal to all the youngsters.
The playmate of young Penny,
portrayed by Angela Cartwright.
Billy Mumy plays her brother - Will,
An intrepid young giant killer whose adventures will keep kids of all ages glued to their TV sets!
Marta Kristen is their pretty big sister - Judy,
who has a problem every teenager will relate to.
What's she going to do for boyfriends?
There's a good answer.
As Robinsons' handsome young scientific assistant,
who shares their exile from Earth.
All of them facing an odyssey into the unknown,
which will carry them into fascinating new terrain in every story.
You'll see them travel on land and sea,
in this atom-powered convertible chariot,
caught in the fury of a devastating typhoon.
You'll see them explore the depths of a jungle paradise,
spied upon by the lurking centuries of a humanoid civilization,
whose culture is a strange blend of saintliness and savagery.
You'll be trapped with them as an earthquake shatters this underground city of the dead.
That's just a sample,
of the far-out show now being generated in the fertile imagination of Producer and Creator,
to be filmed with the full resources of Twentieth Century-Fox behind him.
We at CBS feel that "Lost In Space" has those special qualities which make one show take off from the pack.
It's greatest potential is among your most desirable customers.
The younger and larger families with the greatest mass purchasing power.
We are sold on "Lost In Space" because we know it can sell for you!
Gentle Giant: Hello, human youngling! Welcome to my humble plane...
Will Robinson: * shoots him in the chest *
Gentle Giant: Ah! ... You ... little shi... * dies *
pay no attention to the van allen belt that will kill you after you leave earth orbit.
The preview was used to convince the network execs of the merits of the show, it worked. The network turned it down for Star Trek. When it did air, it was much changed, Dr. Maureen Robinson reverted to lassies mom, Dr. Smith was the main bad guy, Don & Judy never went anywhere adultwise. It eventually turned into the Will, Dr. Smith & Robot show, with a lot of sad plots... in a heavy dose of carrot & brocolli people. I liked it and still do but I have always wondered what it could have been.
This clip would make excellent fodder for the guys at Rifftrax.
First trailer for Fast and
First trailer for Fast and Furious 9 starring Vin Diesel and John Cena
God these movies are shit
just go and fuck the the avengers for da family
Furious 25 : Trouble in Mars
Cute trailer tho I love it
Everyone bashing the movie knowing they’re gonna go watch it??
There is no way this movie doesn't end with John Cena eating BBQ