Are these Space Age characters from The Jetsons or Lost in Space?

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Two shows that perfectly exemplify the wonderful and wacky 1960s view of the future are The Jetsons and Lost in Space. They both showed a far-out vision of what lay beyond Earth's surface at the height of the space race.

While one is a live-action galactic adventure and the other an animated family sitcom, both are full of characters with futuristic space names. Below are some examples. Can you guess which ones are from The Jetsons and which ones are from Lost in Space?

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Are these Space Age characters from The Jetsons or Lost in Space?

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Muleskinner 3 days ago
7/13. I got a little lost on this quiz.
MrChrisM 6 days ago
11 out of 13 only because I am big fan of both.
jlin 24 days ago
Isn’t that funny, I hardly watched either one of these programs and I get a 12 out of 13 🤷‍♀️
FestusFan2312 27 days ago
11/13. Not bad considering I never watched The Jetsons and hate Lost in Space. Got most just by thinking about whether or not the name sounded most likely to be in a cartoon.
rockinsuzy 28 days ago
Only 10/13. I thought I knew Lost in Space better than that.
justjeff 1 month ago
8/13. Good thing this quiz wasn't about space squat... 'cause it seems I don't know squat about some of those characters...
Stoney 1 month ago
13 for 13. I guess that would be a "stellar" performance ;)
idkwut2use 1 month ago
10/13. Was a bigger Jetsons fan. Never actually watched LiS until recently I don’t think.
cosmos 1 month ago
Hanna/Barbera was airways an enigma to me. Huckleberry Hound showed promise, the Flintstones did not.
Yet over the past years someone is watching Bedrock , Huckleberry disappears like , dinosaurs ?
Beats me, long after H/B closed shop and was sold off Fred , Barney and others seem to be going strong.
cosmos 1 month ago
Ironic the Lost in Space and Star Trek lasted rhe same amount of seasons.
June Lockhart and William Shatner were on a game show “You Don’t Say” and June commented that the shows should “link up” is space. That was 1967 , just before LIS was shuffled off into the cosmos.
It seems the “Suits” at NBC had little regard for Roddenberry or the Star Trek crew. Little did they know about the power of merchandising.! Like Lucas and his cronies...
cosmos 1 month ago
BTW it was Angela not Linda Cartwright on Lost in Space.
Runeshaper 1 month ago
12/13 - Woohoo!!!

You must feel like celebrating after doing so well. Great job!
ncadams27 1 month ago
George Jetson was 50 when the show debuted in 1962 (or at least the actor who voiced him was that age). That means he was born in 2012 and is 9 years old today. How many people do you know named Jetson?
cosmos 1 month ago
Lost in Space must have used the SAME script for the first two seasons before ratings tumbled into the cosmos...Dr Smith was an evil agent with plans to blow up the Jupiter Two..
Why Irwin Allen never decided to create an ADULT adventure is beyond me . The show could have been a breakthrough instead of campy theatrics. You could see some of the same creatures on Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea...
You have to feel for the female actors on LIS for their lack of involvement with the show. Linda Cartwright had more dialogue on one Danny Thomas Show than a whole season of LIS.
Moody cosmos 1 month ago
Angela Cartwright
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