Dick Tufeld was the voice of much of the Irwin Allen world, in particular as the "soul" of the Lost in Space B9 Robot (with Bob May being the "body"). You also hear his voice in the very first episode of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea and several episodes of The Time Tunnel. He was born on 11 December 1926 and passed away on 22 January 2012.


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Space Patrol 1953
Annie Oakley (as Himself Announcer and uncredited Townsman) 1954
Disneyland (as Announcer) 1955
The Cautious Twins (as Narrator) 1960
Surfside 6 (as Announcer, uncredited) 1960-62
The Roaring 20's (as Caller) 1961
Adventures of the Road-Runner (as ACME commercial announcer) 1962
The Gallant Men (as Announcer, uncredited) 1962-63
The Million Hare (as TV Announcer, uncredited) 1963
The Judy Garland Show (as Announcer, uncredited) 1963
The Hollywood Palace (as Himself, Announcer) 1964-69
Peyton Place (as Announcer) 1964-69
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea "Eleven Days to Zero" (as Narrator, uncredited) 1964
Zip Zip Hooray! (as ACME commercial announcer, uncredited) 1965
Lost in Space (Voice of Robot, Announcer, Narrator, uncredited) 1965-68
The Cincinnati Kid Plays According to Hoyle (as Narrator, uncredited) 1965
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea "Monster from the Inferno" (as Brain voice, uncredited) 1966
The Milton Berle Show (as Announcer) 1966
The Time Tunnel (Announcer, Mission Control Announcer, uncredited) 1966-67
Zenith Presents: A Salute to Television's 25th Anniversary (TV Special as Himself, Announcer) 1972
The Julie Andrews Hour (as Announcer) 1972-73
Earthquake (as Opening Narrator, uncredited) 1974
ABC Late Night "Hi Ho Steverino" (as Announcer) 1974
Celebrity Sweepstakes (as Announcer) 1974
The Jim Stafford Show (as Announcer) 1975
Don Adam's Screen Test "Tarzan/Public Enemy/Hurricane/Casablanca" (Pilot as Announcer, uncredited) 1975
Tunnel Vision (as Announcer) 1976
The Carpenters at Christmas (as Announcer) 1977
The Fantastic Four (as Opening Narrator) 1978
Christmas at Walt Disney World (as Announcer) 1978
Spider-Woman (as Opening Narrator) 1979-80
Thundarr the Barbarian (as Narrator) 1980
The Dream Called EPCOT (as Narrator, uncredited) 1981
Spider-Man & His Amazing Friends (as Opening Announcer) 1981-83
Magic with the Stars (as Announcer) 1982
Two Top Bananas (as Announcer) 1982
The Rodney Dangerfield Show: It's Not Easy Bein' Me (as Announcer) 1982
Texaco Star Theater: Opening Night (TV Special, as Announcer, uncredited) 1982
Likely Stories, Vol. 2 "School, Girls & You!" (as Narrator) 1983
People Are Funny (as Announcer, uncredited) 1984
SuperFriends: The Legendary Super Powers Show (as Announcer) 1984
Anything for Laughs (as Announcer) 1985
It's Garry Shandling's Show "Who's Poppa?" (as Announcer) 1987
The Puppetoon Movie Trailer (as Narrator) 1987
Walt Disney World Very Merry Christmas Parade (as Himself, The Mickey Mouse Club) 1989
Walt Disney World Happy Easter Parade (as Announcer) 1990
Walt Disney World Very Merry Christmas Parade (as Announcer) 1991
Walt Disney World Happy Easter Parade (as Announcer) 1992
Garfield and Friends "The First Annual Garfield Watchers Test/Stark Raven Mad/The Record Breaker" (as Self speaking) 1992
Science Fiction: A Journey Into the Unknown (as Robot Voice) 1994
Never Fear Smith Is Here! (Video documentary as Lost in Space Robot Voice) 1994
The Fantasy Worlds of Irwin Allen (as Himself) 1995
Lost in Space Movie (as Robot Voice) 1998
Lost In Space Forever (as Himself and Robot voice) 1998
The Simpsons "Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (as Rambler-Crane Series Robot voice) 1998
Histeria (as Announcer/Movie Trailer Announcer) 1998-2000
The Simpsons "Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (as Lost in Space Robot voice) 2004