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BlarpEdit

Blarp
LIS Blarp
Portrayed By Gary Hecker (voice)
Affiliations Penny Robinson

The blarp was an alien creature encountered by the crew of the Jupiter 2 in the 1998 Lost in Space movie.

TriviaEdit

  • Blarp was envisioned as an update for the character of Debbie on the original Lost in Space TV series.






BusinessmanEdit

Businessman
LIS Businessman
Portrayed By Edward Fox
Affiliations Global Sedition

This role was originally slated to be played by Jonathan Harris as a cameo but Harris turned it down not willing to appear as any character other than Doctor Smith.













Dr. SmithEdit

Doctor Zachary Smith
LIS Dr
Portrayed By Gary Oldman
First Appearance Lost in Space (1998 Movie)
Last Appearance "Lost in Space (1998 Movie)"
Profile
Gender Male
Race Human
Also Known As Doctor Smith
Relationships
Affiliations The Robot

Dr. Smith was played by actor Gary Oldman in the 1998 Lost in Space movie. He is bitten by a space spider encountered aboard the Proteus, and eventually mutates into "Spider Smith."





















GeneralEdit

General
LIS General
Portrayed By Mark Goddard
Affiliations United Global Space Force

Mark Goddard portrayed the role of the General who gives Major Don West his orders in the 1998 Lost in Space movie.












Global Sedition Attack PilotEdit

Global Sedition Attack Pilot
LIS Global Sedition attack pilot
Portrayed By Richard Saperstein
Affiliations Global Sedition
Cause of Death Spacecraft Destroyed
Killed By Major Don West

The Global Sedition attack pilot appears briefly in the opening scenes of the 1998 Lost in Space movie.










Jeb WalkerEdit

Jeb Walker
LIS Jeb Walker
Portrayed By Lennie James
Affiliations United Global Space Force

Jeb Walker was a character in the 1998 Lost in Space movie.







John RobinsonEdit

John Robinson
LIS John Robinson
Portrayed By William Hurt
First Appearance "Lost in Space (1998 Movie)"
Profile
Gender Male
Race Human
Also Known As Professor Robinson
Relationships
Romances Maureen Robinson (1998 Movie Role)
Son(s) Will Robinson (1998 Movie Role)
Daughter(s) Judy Robinson (1998 Movie Role)
Penny Robinson (1998 Movie Role)

William Hurt played Professor John Robinson in the movie version of Lost In Space. John spent most of his time away from his family and is very estranged with them. John's father was also a great military Colonel, and it's apparent that John viewed his father in a very poor light. John created a gateway that could be traveled with a warp field. John and his family were traveling to another planet to colonize. It would take decades to reach this planet, so John and his family were to travel to the planet, set up the gateway so that other colonist could reach the planet via space warp. Unfortunately a saboteur prevented this from happening. After a lot of drama the Robinson's kill some deadly space spiders, travel through a time warp...then realize they're lost in space. Many fans were disappointed with this movie version. William Hurt also didn't exactly shine in his portrayal of John Robinson.










Judy RobinsonEdit

Dr. Judy Robinson
LIS Judy Robinson
Portrayed By Heather Graham
Profile
Gender Female
Race Human
Also Known As Dr. Robinson
Relationships
Romances Don West
Mother Maureen Robinson (1998 Movie Role)
Father John Robinson (1998 Movie Role)
Brother(s) Will Robinson (1998 Movie Role)
Sister(s) Penny Robinson (1998 Movie Role)

Judy Robinson (1998 Movie Role)Edit

Heather Graham portrayed the part of Judy Robinson in the movie version of Lost in Space. In this version, Judy is a medical doctor and in charge of medicine onboard the Jupiter 2. She almost died after reawakening from the freezing tube. She occasionally flirts with, then ignores Major Don West. She's also known to pour a glass of water atop Major West's head... then later kiss him.



















Lab TechnicianEdit

Lab Technician
LIS Lab Technician
Portrayed By Adam Sims

The lab technician was a character in the 1998 Lost in Space movie.













Maureen RobinsonEdit

Maureen Robinson
LIS Maureen Robinson
Portrayed By Mimi Rogers
Profile
Gender Female
Race Human
Relationships
Romances John Robinson (1998 Movie Role)
Son(s) Will Robinson (1998 Movie Role)
Daughter(s) Judy Robinson (1998 Movie Role)
Penny Robinson (1998 Movie Role)

Maureen Robinson (1998 Movie Roll)Edit

Mimi Rogers portrayed the movie version of Maureen Robinson in the 1998 movie Lost in Space. This version of Maureen was a bit more feisty than the original. This was perhaps the best character in the movie version. Most of the other characters were flat...or stale.

















Mike DanielsEdit

Mike Daniels
Affiliations United Global Space Force
Cause of Death Assassinated
Killed By Global Sedition

Mike Daniels was a pilot in the United Global Space Force. He was slated to be the pilot on the Jupiter Mission but was assassinated by the Global Sedition. The UGSF issued a statement that Daniels was sick with the flu so as not to alarm the public. They then replaced him with Major Don West.

Noah FreemanEdit

Noah Freeman
Noah Freeman
Portrayed By John Sharian
Affiliations United Global Space Force

Noah Freeman was a character in the 1998 Lost in Space movie.













Penny RobinsonEdit

Penny Robinson
LIS Penny Robinson
Portrayed By Lacey Chabert
Profile
Gender Female
Race Human
Relationships
Affiliations Debbie, Blarp
Mother Maureen Robinson (1998 Movie Role)
Father John Robinson (1998 Movie Role)
Brother(s) Will Robinson (1998 Movie Role)
Sister(s) Judy Robinson (1998 Movie Role)

Penny Robinson (1998 Movie Role)Edit

Lacey Chabert portrayed Penny in the movie version of Lost in Space. This Penny is less innocent and imaginative than the original Penny. This Penny sneaks out the window (with a rope ladder) to do Lord knows what with her friends before the Jupiter 2 launch the next day. This Penny absolutely HATES the idea of going into outer space and wants to remain on Earth. Her specialty is communications and she is glued to her communication device... often making notes with an audio diary on said communication device. Most of what she says is adolescent drivel... like how she'll miss boys and kissing. Oh... did I mention kissing? This Penny is also often seen smarting off to her parents, being a true whiney brat. Her voice is also pitched so high that it is similar to someone raking their fingernails on a chalkboard.









  

Principal CartwrightEdit

Principal Cartwright
LIS Principal Cartwright
Portrayed By June Lockhart
Affiliations Houston Middle School

Principal Cartwright was a character in the 1998 Lost in Space movie.













Rambler-Crane Series RobotEdit

Rambler-Crane Series Robot
LIS 10
Portrayed By Dick Tufeld (voice)

The Rambler-Crane Series Robot is a newer model of The Robot designed for the Jupiter 2, in the Lost in Space (1998) Movie. This robot was much larger than the original B-9 Robot. This robot was enormous. It was mostly grayish and headless, with a red spherical shape near the top (which could possibly be the head). The top region was extremely large and bulky with many sensors. The top also possessed two large arms that ended with three tripod-like claws.

The middle section also had sensors and a smaller pair of arms. The
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arms appear to end with some type of gadget or instrument. The lower section was entirely made up of treads. The treads are huge and can make the robot achieve high speeds. The treads can also be used to raise the robot higher or lower. All spaceships are equipped with their own Rambler-Crane Robot. The robot had a similar voice to the original B-9 Robot, however the newer version had a much deeper and harsher sound. The Robot was reprogrammed by Dr. Smith and went berserk in it's efforts to destroy the Jupiter 2. However Will was able to regain control of the robot. The robot was destroyed by space spiders after the Robinson's explored an abandoned spaceship adrift in space. Before the robot was completely destroyed, Will managed to download parts of its program.


Will then designed a much smaller sized robot. This robot more resembled the
Robo2 charging
original B-9 Robot from the series. This newer robot also had a bubble head that was held above a round cylinder. Below this was a chest that also had a red built in light that blinked whenever the robot spoke. The chest area also had two arms, but instead of claws, each arm ended with a type of tool. The chest and treads were attached by a type of fulcrum that could help raise or lower the robot. The treads were large and flexible... they could also aid the robot with raising or lowering itself. These treads were also capable of fast movement. Will downloaded the first robot's program (that was destroyed by the spiders) into this new robot. Whatever information that was missing in the program, Will added his own personality, thus making this robot much more human.


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Reporter 1Edit

Reporter #1
LIS Reporter 1
Portrayed By Marta Kristen

Reporter 1 was a character in the 1998 Lost in Space movie.











Reporter 2Edit

Reporter #2
LIS Reporter 2
Portrayed By Angela Cartwright

Reporter 2 was a character in the 1998 Lost in Space movie.













Space SpidersEdit

Space Spider
LIS Space Spider 03

Space Spiders are six legged insects. Their origin is unknown but the crew of the Jupiter 2 discovered them aboard the Proteus. They can eat through metal and have a jagged-toothed maw. they are the only lifeforms known to humans that are silicon based. They have an admantium shell and have the same communication abilities as bees, and are known for being attracted to light and heat. The spiders will bite and/or eat Humans. If a human is bitten and not killed by a spider, he or she slowly turns into a hybrid spider/human as evidenced by Dr. Smith. They are also known to kill and eat others of their kind.

On the Proteus, the spiders incubated in egg sacs attached to walls, floors, etc.

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TriviaEdit

  • Though these creatures are referred to as spiders they only have six legs which makes them insects rather than arachnids.

Spider SmithEdit

Spider Smith
LIS Spider Smith
Portrayed By Gary Oldman
William Todd-Jones
Cause of Death Eaten
Killed By Space Spiders

Spider Smith was an alternative reality version of Dr. Smith who was mutated by the bite of a Space Spider.

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Will RobinsonEdit

Will Robinson
LIS Will Robinson
Portrayed By Jack Johnson (younger version)
Jared Harris (Older-version)
First Appearance Lost in Space - The Movie
Profile
Gender Male
Race Human
Relationships
Mother Maureen Robinson (1998 Movie Role)
Father John Robinson (1998 Movie Role)
Sister(s) Judy Robinson (1998 Movie Role)
Penny Robinson (1998 Movie Role)

Will Robinson (1998 Movie Role)Edit

Will was played by Jack Johnson in the movie version. Will was extremely intelligent...but also precocious. He was constantly getting in trouble at school while on Earth. Will didn't seem to enthusiastic to leave Earth. In fact, he didn't seem too enthusiastic about anything accept getting in trouble... then trying to use his smarts with electronics to get him out of it. Will also seemed to have difficulty with the relationship between him and his father. Father and son were not close at all... they acted more like strangers. Will also back-talked and sassed his mother and sisters. Both Will and his sister, Penny were pretty much obnoxious brats. Will was in charge of robotics and felt a deep attachment to the Robot. By the end of the movie, Will's attitude about space had changed drastically. Jared Harris also played an older version of Will in the movie.

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