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Industry insider Robert Rowe was given unprecedented access to the Fox Television archives when he started researching Lost in Space in the mid 80s. For over a decade, he continued to pore over production documents and interview the craftsmen responsible for creating the show. The result was the 'Jupiter 2 Repair Manual,' a guide on the workings of the ship for the writers of the stillborn LiS reunion TV special. Fans of the show will be eternally grateful for Robert's efforts since those archives are no longer accessible, and most of the people responsible for the series are no longer with us. To make this invaluable information available to the show's fans world-wide, Robert has expanded the J2RM into a series of Lost in Space Design books. This first one covers the creation of the original pilot episode, 'No Place to Hide.'
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Robert Rowe is a theme park designer with more than 36 years of experience in all aspect of operation and design. His major emphasis is on attraction design, set design, architectural design and space planning (that s the arrangement of the rooms and furnishings, not stars and satellites). As an Art Director, he has lent his expertise to Walt Disney Imagineering and Universal Studios among others. Additionally his outside interests include all aspects of architecture with special interest in the theatrical design of homes from mid-century movies and television. He holds a special interest in mid-century science fiction, including 'Lost in Space.'
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Book Description ARA Press, 2011. Perfect Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. First. Seller Inventory # SONG0970760477