Irwin Allen Mentions: How to Survive Show, Damp Dangers and More

I’m always amazed by how often Irwin Allen’s name, shows and movie references pop up all over the place. Here are a couple of new ones I came across this week: Damp Dangers! Remembering DESTINATION INNER SPACE and LEVIATHAN Blum House Productions reviewed two movies on their blog and left this reference. “What really sinks this ship is that monster…. Read more »

Broadway Review: Disaster-Movie Spoof ‘Disaster!’

Disaster is a musical parody of 70’s disaster films, primarily Poseidon Adventure and Earthquake. Does the play live up to its name? Read the review from Yahoo: Calling all disco queens. Get out your best polyester frock and fluff up your fro — it’s party time on the Barracuda, the casino riverboat bound for destruction in “Disaster!,” a ridiculously if… Read more »

Remembering Remco’s Earthquake Tower and Rescue Playset (1976) | Flashbak

I cannot believe this was a real toy and I even more can’t believe that I never owned one. Now here is a disco-decade toy that Irwin Allen — the cinematic master of disaster — would have likely approved of. Source: Remembering Remco’s Earthquake Tower and Rescue Playset (1976) – Flashbak

Daredevil Lost Tales by Irwin Allen | Daredevil: The Man Without Fear


I thought I knew all there was to know about Irwin Allen, but I had no idea that he had ever worked on any super hero project. What’s even stranger is that this script was listed on ebay and we missed it. Just as well, though, since Kuljit Mithra (the person who bought the script) deserves it! He wrote up… Read more »

Irwin Allen Moment: OJ Simpson and Marcia Clark

Marcia Clark

I am constantly amazed by the number of Irwin Allen references I find in the strangest places. Today’s mention comes from the book “Without a Doubt” by Marcia Clark. I picked it up at the used bookstore because I’ve been watching the new series The People vs OJ Simpson. This quote is from the book: “I watched helplessly as the… Read more »

Full-Size Lost in Space Chariot on Fox Lot [Photo]

Lost in Space FullSize Chariot

We’ve been sorting through boxes and boxes of old family photos and look what we found! Lars and his family visited the 20th Century Fox lot when he was about 7 years old. He doesn’t even remember seeing the chariot but there it is! The full-scale, Lost in Space beauty. That’s Lars in the white shirt near the back and… Read more »