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   Robby the Robot has been in dozens of movies & television shows.


   He made his debut in 1956 as the star of the classic Sci-Fi  movie "Forbidden Planet" and went on to star in many other shows.


Robby the Robot Spec's
Height 7'2"
Temperature Control 44 Head Mounted Cooling Fins
Balance Gyroscopic Stabilizers
Main Power Krell Energy

Robby the Robot was made for
MGM Studios at a cost of $125,000.00

Robby the Robot's TV & Movie Credits:

Movies              

TV Shows

Forbidden Planet (1956)
The Invisible Boy (1958)
Hollywood Boulevard (1976)
Gremlins (1984)
Cherry 2000 (1987)
Earth Girls Are Easy (1988)
Looney Tunes Back in
Action (2003)

Perry Como Show
The Thin Man
Gale Storm TV Show
The Twilight Zone
Lost in Space (2 Episodes)
The Addams Family
Merv Griffin Show
Amer.Fun.Home Videos

Columbo
The Love Boat
Clueless
Ark II
Mork & Mindy
Ripper Savage
Gilligan's Island
Metal Mickey

In 2004, Robby the Robot was
inducted into the
Robot Hall of Fame.

In 2005 he appeared along with the B9 (Lost in Space Robot) in a television commercial for an Australian bank.

Robby's voice was provided by
Marvin Miller who did over 100 projects.

Robby on the front cover of Robot Magazine

Robby the Robot

Robby and the "Lost in Space" robot
were both designed by
Robert Kinoshita.

Robby and the "B9" robot were both designed by Robert Kinoshita.


Here is our "Robby the Robot" with some of our collection


Here is a YouTube video of "Robby the Robot"


Here is a YouTube video of our Robots during Halloween


Here is an old Charmin Bathroom Tissue Commercial w/ Robby


Here is Robby at Megacon 2007


Our Robots at the South Florida Science Museum

June Lockhart & Bob May visited our robots at the
South Florida Science Museum
.  
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June Lockhart
June Lockhart as Mrs. Robinson from "Lost in Space"
Bob May (the Robot)
Bob May the man in the "B9 Robot"

We exhibit these & other robots Free of Charge at schools, science museum's, robotic competitions and expo's with the hope that they inspire everyone... young & old.



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Below are pictures of the robots from their many appearances
From:  "The Invisible Boy" From:  "Forbidden Planet"
From the 1957 movie:  "The Invisible Boy"

Original Movie Poster from:  "Forbidden Planet"...    Robby's debut
Original Movie Poster from:  "Forbidden Planet"...    Robby's 1956 debut

Both Robots appeared on the  "Lost in Space" Sci-Fi Television Series
Robby appeared on the  "Lost in Space" Sci-Fi Television Series

From:  "The Invisible Boy" From:  "Forbidden Planet"
From:  "The Invisible Boy" From:  "Forbidden Planet"


Fred Barton Productions.  Fred Barton was commissioned to restore both the original "Forbidden Planet" “Robby the Robot” and the original ”B9” “Lost in Space” robot.  In 1997 Fred Barton Productions, Inc. obtained the exclusive license from Turner Entertainment Co. to manufacture museum-quality Robby's retooled from the original robot. His Robots are handmade, 100% accurate, and exquisitely detailed. 
  The Robots produced by Mr. Barton are more than a recreation or replica. They are actually clones of the original screen used prop. These robots are created from molds, blueprints, and templates acquired from the original robot. Mr. Barton's robots surpass the originals in look and functionality. Fred Barton is world renowned and considered to be the absolute best in his field.

Buy your own "Robby the Robot" starting at $16,000.00 directly from
Fred Barton Productions

  Buy your own "Robby the Robot" starting at $16,000.00 directly from Fred Barton Productions

Click Here for some links
to other robotic web sites
Links to other Robot Sites


"Robby the Robot" & "Forbidden Planet" are trademarks of Turner Entertainment Co., a Time Warner Company.
R2D2 & Star War's are trademarks of Lucas Films. WALL-E is copyrighted by Pixar & Disney Studios.
Lost in Space® is a registered trademark of Space Productions and Synthesis Ent.



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Our items have been displayed at these Museums & Centers:
South Florida Science Museum in West Palm Beach Museum of Discovery & Science in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
GWiz Science Museum in Sarasota, Florida

Boynton Beach Children's Museum & Learning Center

The Children's Museum in La Habra, CA The Children's Museum
at La Habra, California
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City Library

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