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Author Topic: Bob Mays - the Man who was the Robot in Lost In Space dies  (Read 1130 times)
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« on: January 21, 2009, 02:25:23 AM »

I mentioned a week or two ago about how 1966 changed THIS 8 year olds life - TV went COLOR and all my favorite shows including Lost in Space. I watch some of these classics on the net at www.fancast.com and I was just watching Billy Mumy (Moo-Mee) young Will Robinson, and of course the Robot who was played by Bob Mays who died today.

He did all his own lines and live through that plexigass robot outfit. He did all the arm motions, pretty cool as a kid. Just thought I'd mention his passing.
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