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March 16, 2008

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Listener Rick

Robby WAS the hardest-working 'bot in the business. He also starred in "The Invisible Boy," his own feature-film sequel to Forbidden Planet, and a memorable guest shot alongside Billy Mumy and The Robot on "Lost in Space."

James

Robby makes a cameo appearance in Gremlins, as well, in a very witty scene (which also includes the title device from the 1960 version of The Time Machine).

TomB

Nancy Kulp was also a recurrent birdwatcher interested in Bob Cummings in either Love That Bob! or possibly the later Bob Cummings Show. The former also featured a non-blonde pre-Dobie Dwayne Hickman.

Dale Hazelton

He has his own Wikipedia entry listing all his appearances. Interestingly, the guy who designed him was hired by Irwin Allen to do the B9 robot from Lost in Space, as well as the Jupitor 2.

Interesting post on Nancy Kulp, as well. My heart goes to Donna Douglas though, who was quite beautiful in the Twilight Zone episode "Eye of the Beholder," where everyone had the pig faces and she was considered to hideous.

Lex10

Robby spanks it:
http://www.glyphjockey.com/2007/09/more-robot-fun-what-does-robby-do-when.html

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