Secrets Of Land Of The Giants

Now on newstands Starlog issue November 370 Secrets Of Land Of The Giants. Definately a good read giving some great insight into the TV series.


Secrets Of Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea!

On newstands now Starlog issue October #369 has a great story on Voyage written by Mark Phillips. Nice to see Starlog including the IA TV shows in some of their issues.


Deanna Lund and Don Marshall a little update.

I had nice conversations with both yesterday and they are doing very well. We spoke a bit about the LOTG dvd set and both are impressed by the detail that Fox put into them. They are also thrilled that American Life is playing the series which it's always nice to have your show currently running on TV. A convention note, Deanna, Don Marshall, and Don Matheson will be attending the Hollywood Collectors & Celebrities Show in Burbank C.A. October 4 - 5. If your are in the L.A. area please stop by the convention and visit with them. The LIS cast will also be in attendance.


Iconic Replicas - Seaview Sub Coming this Winter!

Flood all tanks! DIVE! DIVE!Here's the Seaview you've been waiting for! If you don't have the time or skill to put together a complicated model kit - assemble, putty and sand all the seams, primer coat, make corrections, repeat, paint,weather, gloss coat, and on and on - and just want to have beautiful model of the Seaview to display, Iconic Replicas has done all the hard work for you! This model is 24 inches long and comes complete with lucite display case, seabed display stand diorama, the Flying Sub, interior and exterior lighting, opening Flying Sub bay doors and more! Just pop open the box and your model is ready for action!Limited to only 800 pieces worldwide, this model will most likely sell out quickly. Winter 2008.


LOTG Lunchbox and waste basket re-issue

Sub-orbital transport Spindrift engulfed by strange green cloud!Relive the adventure of Irwin Allen's Land of the Giants with this reproduction of Aladdin's lunchbox from the series, originally released in 1969!Featuring the amazing art of Elmer Lenhardt (who used his own likeness for the giant scientist taunting the little people), the Land of the Giants lunchbox is a long time favorite of fans and lunch box collectors. Now you can own this amazing, full-sized, embossed reproduction for a fraction of the cost of an original!Act quickly - the Land of the Giants lunchbox is limited to 5000 pieces!
Sub-orbital transport Spindrift engulfed by strange green cloud!Relive the adventure of Irwin Allen's Land of the Giants with this brand new full-color metal wastebasket!Featuring the amazing lunch box art of Elmer Lenhardt, the Land of the Giants wastebasket is the perfect geek-chic office accessory!Act quickly - the Land of the Giants wastebasket is limited to 5000 pieces!Dimensions: 10.25 X 8.25 X 13"THIS ITEM WILL SHIP IN NOVEMBER 2008


Scout Con 2008 Photos added!

I have added photos from the 2008 Scout Con to www.lismemories.com website all courtesy of Simon Hancock.


Irwin Allen cast members Re-unite in Tampa this weekend!

May 24 - ScoutCon Tampa Convention Center, Tampa FL. Mark Goddard, Deanna Lund, Gary Conway, Don Matheson, Don Marshall, Heather Young, Malachi Throne. For more info http://www.scoutcon2008.com/


Now in stores!

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Seaview Model Kit

This Seaview model is in HUGE 1/128 scale (39 inches long)! It features the Flying Sub with stand, Mini Sub, Diving Bell, and eight crew figures.

The Seaview is the first kit produced by Moebius Models as part of their agreement with Synthesis Entertainment. Look for upcoming models from Lost in Space, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Land of the Giants, and Time Tunnel.

Seaview box art painting by the amazingly talented
Chris White.

Welcome to Irwin Allen Memories

In conjunction with my Irwin Allen Memories website I thought I would post a little tribute to Irwin Allen here with a blog. My personal favorites TV show wise have always been in this order LIS, LOTG, Voyage to the bottom of the Sea, Time Tunnel. Movie wise Towering Inferno is a personal favorite. I remember seeing that movie in theatres as a double feature with the James Bond hit Man With The Golden Gun.