Dick Tufeld Lost In Space Robot Dead
January 24, 2012 by staff
Dick Tufeld Lost In Space Robot Dead, Dick Tufeld intoned that warning as the voice of the robot on Irwin Allen’s classic 1960s science-fiction series Lost in Space. He was the show’s narrator, as well.
Tufeld has died, longtime friend and co-star Bill Mumy (who played Will) announced on Facebook. He was 85.
Beyond Lost in Space, Tufeld frequently was heard in TV cartoons, frequently as an announcer.
The main title narrator on the 1979 DePatie-Freleng series Spider-Woman, he was also the main title announcer on the 1981 Marvel Productions show Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends.
Tufeld was the opening narrator of DFE’s The New Fantastic Four (1978). He narrated several episodes of Thundarr the Barbarian (1980), as well.
For Disney, he narrated Ward Kimball’s Man In Space, originally broadcast on the Disneyland television show in 1956. The half-hour animation was nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary, Short Subject. He narrated Kimball’s 1955 animated Disney short Man and the Moon, which also first aired on Disneyland.
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