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Dick Tufeld

Dick Tufeld



United States

Age: 85

Born: 11 Dec, 1926

Died: 22 Jan, 2012

Known for

In Lost in Space as Robotas Robot

in Lost in Space
In Lost in Space as Narratoras Narrator

in Lost in Space
In Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends as Announceras Announcer

in Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends
In Spider-Woman (1979) as Announceras Announcer

in Spider-Woman (1979)

TV Series Starring Dick Tufeld

The Super Powers Team: Galactic GuardiansThe Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians
ABC, 1985 Cancelled/Ended | Adventure, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Animation

The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians was the newest incarnation of the long-standing Super Friends series based on the DC Comics. Like its predecessor, SuperFriends: The Legendary Super Powers show, Galactic Guardians featured Adam West as Batman as well as showcasing relatively new superheroes Firestorm and Cyborg as well as members of previous SuperFriend incarnations (Samurai, Green Lantern, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Hawkman). The show featured Darkseid of Apokolips and his minions Kalibak and DeSaad as the primary protagonists. Other DC villains (the Joker, Lex Luthor, the Penguin, Felix Faust, etc.) also appeared from time to time dring relatively short lived series.


Spider-Man and His Amazing FriendsSpider-Man and His Amazing Friends
NBC, 1981 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Family, Action, Adventure
Rating: 4/5

This is a series about Spider-Man as he teams up with ex-X-Men members Iceman and Firestar. They have a secret hideout, which inside of Peter's apartment that can transform from their secret H.Q., back to his normal bachelor pad, which was funded by Tony Stark (a.k.a. Iron Man), as a gift to Spider-Man for saving his life. Peter is currently attending ESU, along with Bobby (Iceman) and Angelica (Firestar). This series features Spider-Man villains, such as the Sandman, the Green Goblin, and the Shocker, as well as X-Men villains, such as Juggernaut and Magneto. There was also an appearance of the X-Men themselves more than once! The gang has an adorable, yet reliable dog, named Ms. Lion. There are also occasional visits by Aunt May, as well.


Spider-Woman (1979)Spider-Woman (1979)
ABC, 1979 Cancelled/Ended | Family, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Rating: 3.3/5

This animated series was produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises, with the character of Spider-Woman being specifically created in order for Marvel Comics to have a female counterpart to Spider-Man before any other comics company thought of the idea. For the TV show, only Spider-Woman's real name and powers were kept intact from the comicbook. Everything else about the show's setup was created specifically for the television series. Her origin for the TV show was that as a child she was bitten by a poisonous spider. Her father, Dr. Alexander Drew saved her life by using an untested spider serum that inadvertently gave her spider powers. And now, with Jessica as the head of Justice Magazine, she battles evil as Spider-Woman, with the help of photographer Jeff Hunt, and her nephew Billy Drew. Spider-Man also guest stars in two episodes of the series.


The New Fantastic Four (1978)The New Fantastic Four (1978)
NBC, 1978 Cancelled/Ended | Children, Sci-Fi, Animation
Rating: 5/5

The New Fantastic Four was an animated series produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises, and featured the talents of both of The Fantastic Four's creators - Stan Lee (as one of the series' writers) and Jack Kirby (as a storyboard artist), as well as the comics writer Roy Thomas behind the series. The series is famous for not including the Human Torch/Johnny Storm character from the comics and replacing him with the original character of Herbie the robot (who would later appear in the original comics). This was done due to the fact that the character of the Human Torch was optioned for a live-action version at around the same time, and not, as some people have mentioned, due to network concerns that children would set themselves on fire to emulate him.


Lost in SpaceLost in Space
CBS, 1965 Cancelled/Ended | Comedy, Drama, Family, Adventure
Rating: 3.4/5

The space family Robinson is sent on a five-year mission to find a new planet to colonize, but the voyage is sabotaged time and again by an inept stowaway, Dr. Zachary Smith. The family's spaceship, Jupiter II, also carries a friendly robot who endures an endless stream of abuse from Dr. Smith, but is a trusted companion of young Will Robinson.


The Wonderful World of DisneyThe Wonderful World of Disney
ABC, 1954 Cancelled/Ended | Drama, Family, Adventure, Children
Rating: 5/5

Walt Disney, one of Hollywood's most ambitious producers, was first approached to do television in 1950, when The Coca-Cola Company offered him a one-hour special. The one hour special, "One Hour in Wonderland," aired December 25, 1950 on NBC and garnered 90% of the television viewing audience. A second special, "The Walt Disney Christmas Special," aired December 25, 1951 on CBS. When Walt had drawn up plans for a theme park, known as Disneyland, he found a hard time obtaining funding; critics, including Walt's brother Roy, thought that it was unfeasible and that it would be a fiasco. At the same time, the ABC television network offered him a deal for a television anthology series. Walt wouldn't agree to it unless they put up partial financing for Disneyland (a term that had kept CBS and NBC from signing with him). ABC agreed, and also paid him $50,000 per program, an exorbitant sum for the time. The show, titled Disneyland, premiered on October 27, 1954 and was an immediate success. The program showcased original works from the Disney Studios. Cartoons, documentaries, educational shorts, all were shown to a captive worldwide audience. Variety was the key to its success, as it kept most of what it did fresh, multi-cultural and constantly changing its entertainment.