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G.U.N.T.E.R. YM3/B9

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This is the Lost in Space Robot, the "General Utility Non-Theorizing Environmental Robot", designed by the same guy who built "Robbie the Robot" from "Forbidden Planet". Sometimes people get them confused with each other.
Flash Draw   Created Aug 15, 2007   470 x 338px    Unless noted Copyright 2007 brutus.

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Diona Davis  Jul 19, 2009

Excellent draw!!!I loved that show when I was a kid.

ellyart  Mar 19, 2009

Danger! Danger, Will Robinson! cool dude c;

criselda  Aug 18, 2007

Oh! no more ink on this one! That is ok! We can call him the party pooper. He has both fire to kill all the bubbles.... NO MORE CHER MUSIC!

Gloria  Aug 16, 2007

Amazing! Your precise work blows me away. Love it! 10 Oh, and Thanks for the nice comments on mine!! : )

brutus  Aug 16, 2007

Everyone calls this 'Robot B-9' but I can't say I've ever heard it referred to that in the show. He was once shown in a crate marked:

brutus  Aug 16, 2007

General Utility Non-Theorizing Environmental Robot...So I assume his name was actually Gunter, although he was never referred to as that either...

brutus  Aug 15, 2007

I thought it was the waist is a terrible thing to mind...?

StormFancy  Aug 15, 2007

I can't draw this stuff at all! Cars either!

StormFancy  Aug 15, 2007

romfl @ Leo! I don't remember the music!!! Darn :( no bubbles!! One episode? only one? hmm I could have sworn more! Another great drawing!

No Leonardo here  Aug 15, 2007

Question? What does Gig stand for. Does it relate to frog gigging in anyway? he he

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