When the first version of our web site was launched in early
1996 only one other Lost in Space site existed. Today
there are 100s of sites on the web and the number is
still growing. Lost in Space fandom is a global phenomenom
so it's not suprising to find websites devoted
to the show in Australia, the UK, Sweden, Brazil, Canada,
Japan and the US.
Some sites are personal tribute pages, others
specialize in bloopers, episode guides, cast biographies, props
and of course, the Lost in Space movie. Even the Lost in Space
Robot has his own page called the "Magnetic Lock." For
collectors there is an online store called Lost in Toys which
specializes in exclusively in Lost in Space merchandise.
New Line Cinema, Lost in Space copyright owners,
have two extensive sites of their own: a movie site and
a classic TV series site.
We also have a miscellaneous links page which covers other internet
sites not related to Lost in Space. These are links to our
friends, people who link to us and some of our favorite sites.
If you have a web site and would like a link to
appear here we would be happy to exchange links with you. Please
add a link to our main page at http://www.lostintoys.com/museum
to your site and email us your web address. We will visit your site
and then add it to our links page as soon as possible. --Admin