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Updated: July 15, 2022

Here is a real treat for the fan of Irwin Allen's "Lost in Space", featuring the adventures of the space family Robinson's trek across the stars. In the early 1960's, when the show first aired, one of the vendors to produce a 6" x 3 1/2" water pistol based on the pistol used by John Robinson (Guy Williams) during the show's first season. Some have questioned whether the original was actually a licensed product, but it did bear the distinctive "Lost in Space" logo on it's left side. It is to this day a highly sought collectible for "Lost in Space" collectors.

This is unfortunately not one of those! However, this reissue from the early 1990's is from the same mold. I found these one day while shopping in an overstock store in the mid 1990's, and I recognized the distinctive "Lost in Space" blaster look. Distributed by St. Mark's Specialty L.L.C., this reissue can be distinguished from the original in two ways: One the originals are (to my knowledge) red or green plastic, whereas this one is molded in blue; Second - In order to keep with copyright laws, the word "Lost" was obliterated from the mold, leaving the words "in Space" left intact in their logo lettering. In all other respects, it is exactly the same as the original.

Value: $20. (Replica's)

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