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Quasar Color Console Television Model Wl9439sp, and Other Vintage Quasar Tvs

My Amazing Replacement, the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, brought back some of the fun and happiness we once had years ago

June Lockhart, on the 1980 Quasar Color Console TV WL9439SP

June Lockhart,  on the 1980 Quasar Color Console TV WL9439SP. this television is one of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Chassis Number SLTS976FA03. Time for her once every 41-year cleaning.

June Lockhart, on the 1980 Quasar Color Console TV WL9439SP. this television is one of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Chassis Number SLTS976FA03. Time for her once every 41-year cleaning.

The Quasar Color Console TV WL9439SP, Playing, Lost in Space, Wild Adventure

Been working on 1980 Quasar …The photo above and the video below, The Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, Playing, Lost in Space, Wild Adventure. The Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP. was made September 1980, this television is one of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Chassis Number SLTS976FA03. Time for her once every 41-year cleaning. The Episode aired 21 September 1966. Wild Adventure is an episode of Lost in Space starring Guy Williams, June Lockhart, and Mark Goddard. Smith finds the course back to earth, but a space female lures Smith out of the ship. Saving him…

The Girl From the Green Dimension, on the 1980 Quasar Color TV WL9439SP

The Girl From the Green Dimension, on the 1980 Quasar Color TV WL9439SP. Wild Adventure is an episode aired 21 September 1966.

The Girl From the Green Dimension, on the 1980 Quasar Color TV WL9439SP. Wild Adventure is an episode aired 21 September 1966.

The Green Girl is back Doctor Smith, Playing on the Quasar Color Television Model WL9439SP

My Amazing Replacement, the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP

It took me many years to find this lovely Quasar Color Console Television. It only cost my $50.00 but it was worth much more to me.

It took me many years to find this lovely Quasar Color Console Television. It only cost my $50.00 but it was worth much more to me.

Playing on the 1980 Quasar Television, Blast Off Into Space, Lost in Space

 A space miner is blasting the planet apart and the Robinsons have to leave even though Smith wants to stay and become rich.

A space miner is blasting the planet apart and the Robinsons have to leave even though Smith wants to stay and become rich.

Activated the Dynacolor Button, The Quasar Color TV WL9439SP, The Girl from the Green Dimension

Photo above, and video below: Playing on the 1980 Quasar Television

Photo above, and video below: Playing on the 1980 Quasar Television, Blast Off Into Space, Lost in Space, Episode aired 21 September 1966. The Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP. was made September 1980, this television is one of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Quasar Chassis Number SLTS976FA03. Guy Williams, June Lockhart, and Mark Goddard; and all the rest. A space miner is blasting the planet apart and the Robinsons have to leave even though Smith wants to stay and become rich.

June Lockhart, in, "The Golden Man" Episode of Lost in Space, on the Quasar Color Television

Activated the Dynacolor Button, The Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, The Golden Man, Lost in Space. The Quasar was made September 1980, this television is one of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Quasar Chassis Number SLTS976FA03.

Activated the Dynacolor Button, The Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, The Golden Man, Lost in Space. The Quasar was made September 1980, this television is one of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Quasar Chassis Number SLTS976FA03.

Activated the Dynacolor Button, Will is Turned Green, The Quasar Color Television WL9439SP

The Golden Man, Lost in Space. The Quasar was made September 1980

The Golden Man, Lost in Space, playing on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, The Quasar was made September 1980, this television is one of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Quasar Chassis Number SLTS976FA03.

The Golden Man, Lost in Space, playing on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, The Quasar was made September 1980, this television is one of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Quasar Chassis Number SLTS976FA03.

"The Mutant" Played on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP

In the photo below is "The Mutant" is an episode of the original The Outer Limits television show. It was first broadcast on March 16, 1964, during the first season. Played on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP This television is one of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Chassis Number SLTS976FA03.

The Outer Limits, The Mutant, Played on the Quasar Television Model WL9439SP

Played on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP This television is one of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Chassis Number SLTS976FA03. #outerlimits #quasarwl9439sp #quasartv #themutant #vintagetv

Played on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP This television is one of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Chassis Number SLTS976FA03. #outerlimits #quasarwl9439sp #quasartv #themutant #vintagetv

The Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, Playing "The Mutant"

The Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, Playing "The Mutant"  the original The Outer Limits television show. It was first broadcast on March 16, 1964, during the first season. #outerlimits #quasarwl9439sp #quasartv #themutant #vintagetv

The Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, Playing "The Mutant" the original The Outer Limits television show. It was first broadcast on March 16, 1964, during the first season. #outerlimits #quasarwl9439sp #quasartv #themutant #vintagetv

I am "Lost in Space" with my Friends, it is So Much Fun Collecting Vintage Televisions

 I am "Lost in Space" with my friends. Zenith's last forever, and Quasar's just get more pastel in time, still fun to watch, and give off a warm lovely glow.

I am "Lost in Space" with my friends. Zenith's last forever, and Quasar's just get more pastel in time, still fun to watch, and give off a warm lovely glow.

Photo Above My Obsolete Televisions, Funny they are not Obsolete in my World

Playing with my obsolete televisions, funny they are not obsolete in my world. That is because I am "Lost in Space" with my friends. Zenith's last forever, and Quasar's just get more pastel in time, still fun to watch, and give off a warm lovely glow.

Color Reset on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, testing with Lost in Space, West of Mars

Color Reset on the Quasar Color Console Television, Professor John Robinson Looking Great

Color Reset on the Quasar Color Console Television, Professor John Robinson Looking Great. Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, testing with Lost in Space, West of Mars

Color Reset on the Quasar Color Console Television, Professor John Robinson Looking Great. Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, testing with Lost in Space, West of Mars

Doctor Smith Pretending to by Zeno, Color Reset on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP

Will Robinson and Doctor Smith having a Heart to Heart talk on the Quasar Color Television

Will Robinson and Doctor Smith having a Heart to Heart talk on the Quasar Color Television. West of Mars, Episode aired 30 November 1966

Will Robinson and Doctor Smith having a Heart to Heart talk on the Quasar Color Television. West of Mars, Episode aired 30 November 1966

Finding a Replacement Quasar Television was an Epic Search over Many Years

Many years ago, I had a beautiful Quasar Color Console television, it was a Renaissance designed beauty, with lattes work over the speakers, and lovely Quasar Dynacolor designed chassis. The economy went south, and I lost my second job as a theater projectionist, and before long I lost my home in a foreclosure. My daughter and I had been moving a ton of stuff out of the house, but since we had to drastically downscale, we ended up leaving a lot of beautiful things behind. One was the Quasar television. Years I have been searching to replace the television that I lost. Then I found this television that was an older model of the same design that I had it was the big sister to the one I had lost; this one was a Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP. Had a rotating control knob instead of the digital buttons I had on my original Quasar, and probably more milage on the CRT, but it reminded me of the one I had lost, the cabinet was almost identical.

Maureen Robinson enjoying Her Visit to the Space Weather Station, on the Quasar Television

Maureen Robinson enjoying Her Visit to the Space Weather Station, on the Quasar Television. The Haunted Lighthouse, Episode aired 18 October 1967.

Maureen Robinson enjoying Her Visit to the Space Weather Station, on the Quasar Television. The Haunted Lighthouse, Episode aired 18 October 1967.

Older Televisions like this Quasar. Bring back so Many Fond Memories of the Past

The nice thing about these older televisions is they bring back so many fond memories of the past, all the holiday shows that I once watch, and television shows. Playing a VHS tape on this Quasar color console television, Model WL9439SP, brings back so many memories. The early Dynacolor Quasar’s models had such a soft pastel quality on the color that it displayed. The speakers produce so clear sound of the actors voices. Doctor Smith rich voice booms out of the television like he is in the room. I realize this is not a digital high definition picture, but it is warm and nostalgic, and shows what the original show would have look like being broadcast back in the 1960s. So many of the lovely console have been destroyed, it is a wonderful hobby collecting and saving these for future generations to admire and enjoy.

The Menfish, Played on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP

The Menfish, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Episode aired 6 March 1966. While Adm. Nelson is away, Capt. Crane tries to prevent Dr. Borgman from implanting human DNA into marine animals to create a new type of undersea creature.

The Menfish, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Episode aired 6 March 1966. While Adm. Nelson is away, Capt. Crane tries to prevent Dr. Borgman from implanting human DNA into marine animals to create a new type of undersea creature.

Dr. Borgman making More Menfish, Can Lee Stop Him? Played on the Quasar Color Console TV WL9439SP

A Giant Manfish attacking the Seaview, Played on the Quasar Color TV Model WL9439SP

A Giant Manfish attacking the Seaview, Played on the Quasar Color TV Model WL9439SP. Dr. Borgman from implanting human DNA into marine animals to create a new type of undersea creature.

A Giant Manfish attacking the Seaview, Played on the Quasar Color TV Model WL9439SP. Dr. Borgman from implanting human DNA into marine animals to create a new type of undersea creature.

The Menfish, Played on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

The top Quasar TV is the One we Lost, the Bottom One is the Replacement Quasar TV

In the Collage are two photos, the one on the top is my original Quasar that we lost. The one on the bottom is the one we just got to replace the one we lost. It is an older design model.

In the Collage are two photos, the one on the top is my original Quasar that we lost. The one on the bottom is the one we just got to replace the one we lost. It is an older design model.

Quasar Televisions from 1974 until 2005 were Basically Panasonic Designs

The beginning of Quasar was in 1967, it was an offshoot of the Motorola Company. Quasar was the first to have a model line of televisions that were transistorized including color televisions. In these early days Quasar was marketed as having parts in a drawer next to the picture tube that were easily serviceable. Soon all of the Motorola televisions were sold as being manufactured by Quasar of Motorola. Within a f few years Matsushite Electric better known as Panasonic purchased Motorola, and that is one of the reasons this Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, is basically a relabeled Panasonic product. The Quasar televisions from 1974 until 2005 were basically Panasonic designs.

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This Older Quasar is a rebadged Panasonic, they are good Sets, very Reliable

The older Quasar television the one I just purchased for $50.00 has been well used, but appears to have been well taken care of, for one thing it has caster wheels, and the cabinet is in good shape, no signs of abuse on the trim. This older Quasar is a rebadged Panasonic, they are good sets, very reliable and not bad to work on for repairs. So even though she has been well used I hopefully will get so more years of service out of her.

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The Early Dynacolor Quasar’s Models came into Being in the Late 1970s

The early Dynacolor Quasar’s models came into being in the late 1970s, at this time the Quasar Company was established as the television sales operation for Canada and North America, with the new Company name “Quasar Electronics, Inc.”, it was during this era that the manufacturing both televisions, and the new marketed microwave ovens became very popular products. The new flagship headquarters back then was located at Franklin Park, Illinois. In the year 1981, the Quasar Electronics corporation became an innovative center for improving operations and production. The televisions and other products during this era were being praised by the media for their high quality, and the durability of the televisions and other products.

Playing, Lost in Space, The Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP

I Remember Back in the 1990s, Countless TVs being Thrown away into Trash Compactors

It is really a fun hobby to collect vintage televisions, if you have the room for the floor models the even better, because you can go big. Do not let people tell you that you are a hoarder, because actually you are saving pieces of our history with each model you save, and add to your collection. So many people are working none stop throwing away our past as fast as they can. The landfills are full of so many once priceless electronic masterpieces. It took me many years of searching to find this Quasar color console television, there are so few of them left in existence. I remember back in the 1990s watching countless televisions being thrown away into trash compactors, not because they were broken, but because they were not the latest digital creation. It is rather sad, people threw away mint LPs back then because CDs were the wave of the future, but now LPs are coming back, why? Because people love the sound and the rich tones of the LPs over the tin can sound of the CDs. Now people are collecting these older televisions because will they are well made and last for a very long time. Also gamers like playing their games on the analog style television better than the new flat screen creations.

Zaybo Flirts' with Doctor Smith, on the Quasar Color Console Television

Doctor Smith Meets Zaybo, in his scene being showed on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP

Doctor Smith Meets Zaybo, in his scene being showed on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP

It is Sad and Shocking how Few Repair Shops are left to Service these Amazing Televisions

It is rather sad and shocking how few repair shops are left to service these amazing analog era televisions. In this age it is best to acquire as much knowledge as you can in repairing, and maintaining you vintage collection of televisions. Thankfully there are many Facebook pages, and online sites for collectors to go for help with their hobby. You will be surprised at how many folks have the same hobby and passion that you might have for a particular era of televisions, or brand of TV. These hobbies also spill over to stereos, 8 track tape players and a whole range of amazing creations. Some collectors only like three in one models, that is a television, stereo and turntable all in one cabinet. Others prefer just the stand alone televisions, while others are strictly stereo collectors

Doctor Smith Meets Zaybo, Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP

I Remember back when there were Large Stores that Sold and Displayed only Televisions

I remember back when there were large stores that sold and displayed only televisions, with lovely floor models of every make and model on the showroom floor. That is the era that this Quasar Console came from. It was a major event to go shopping for a television, especially one that would go into your living room or den. Usually the twenty five inch screen models of this era where the top of the line, and came in beautiful wooden cabinets with what every style was popular at the time. The era that this Dynacolor Quasar came from was late 1970s to the early 1980s, Renaissance and Spanish influences where in the cabinet design to reflect the style of the era the televisions was produced.

Doctor Smith getting to know Zaybo, on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP

Episode: The Haunted Lighthouse, Episode aired 18 October 1967, This Lost in Space had J-5, Zaybo, Doctor Smith, Penny Robinson, and all the rest.

Episode: The Haunted Lighthouse, Episode aired 18 October 1967, This Lost in Space had J-5, Zaybo, Doctor Smith, Penny Robinson, and all the rest.

Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, Early Dynacolor Quasar, Penny and J-5 say Goodbye

I Made a Collage of the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP

I Made a Collage of the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, it is fun to make artwork and YouTubes for your vintage televisions, to share your hobby and joy is good therapy.

I Made a Collage of the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, it is fun to make artwork and YouTubes for your vintage televisions, to share your hobby and joy is good therapy.

Doctor Smith Wanting J-5 to take Him to J-5's World, on the Quasar Color Console

Doctor Smith wanting J-5 to take him to J-5's world where there are huge diamonds and rubies just about everywhere on the ground.

Doctor Smith wanting J-5 to take him to J-5's world where there are huge diamonds and rubies just about everywhere on the ground.

Penny Robinson and J-5 having a Heart Felt Talk on the Quasar Television

Penny Robinson and J-5 having a Heart felt talk on the Quasar television. This TV has such a rich sound through the speakers. The voices are clear and almost sound like the actors are in the room with you.

Penny Robinson and J-5 having a Heart felt talk on the Quasar television. This TV has such a rich sound through the speakers. The voices are clear and almost sound like the actors are in the room with you.

Notice how Clean and Crisp the Letters are one this Vintage Quasar Television

Notice how clean and crisp the letters are one this vintage television, easy to read from far away from the console, this show that sharpness is remarkable on this Quasar model.

Notice how clean and crisp the letters are one this vintage television, easy to read from far away from the console, this show that sharpness is remarkable on this Quasar model.

The True Test of a great Color Console is how Well it can Play a Black and White Video

The true test of a great color console television is how well it can play a black and white video, this Quasar exceeds in this with beautiful clear and shape picture quality. Notice how June Lockhart looks in this scene below, here she is in a black and white show of Lost in Space from 1965 playing Maureen Robinson, in the episode, Return from Outer Space, This episode aired 29 December 1965. The first year of Lost in Space was in Black and White.

June Lockhart, as Maureen Robinson in the classic sci-fi series Lost in Space in 1965

Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP captured her image so well, no distortions or anything and the sound is amazing. The CRT really makes these old VHS tapes look amazing.

Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP captured her image so well, no distortions or anything and the sound is amazing. The CRT really makes these old VHS tapes look amazing.

Photo above, is June Lockhart, as Maureen Robinson in the classic sci-fi series Lost in Space in 1965

Look at this image of June Lockhart in the photo above, her she is playing the role of Maureen Robinson in the classic sci-fi series Lost in Space in 1965 in "Return from Outer Space" . This black and white episode aired 29 December 1965, and the Quasar captured her image so well, no distortions or anything and the sound is amazing. The CRT really makes these old VHS tapes look amazing.

Will brings Penny Back, Quasar Color Television Model WL9439SP, Testing a Black and White Video

Testing a black and white VHS video of "Lost in Space" Episode is "Return from Outer Space"

Testing a black and white VHS video of "Lost in Space" the episode is "Return from Outer Space" and the Quasar shows a very clean and crisp picture in black and white. Very enjoyable to watch. The picture has a nice color to it even with a black and white video tape, it has a glow to the playback of the show that is on VHS tape. I may use this television for more black and white shows, the picture tube shows them so well, no distortions, or blurry images. This episode aired 29 December 1965 and you feel like you are back in time watching it on the television.

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Playing on the Quasar above, Billy Mumy playing the Role of Will Robinson, trapped back on Earth

In the photo above, once again look at the sharpness of this scene in Black and White, of Billy Mumy playing the role of Will Robinson, trapped back on Earth, and trying to contact Alpha Control. The episode is, Return from Outer Space, This episode aired 29 December 1965. The first year of Lost in Space was in Black and White. The Quasar displays the video with such a clean and sharp picture.

Quasar Television Model WL9439SP, Playing a Black and White Video, The Robot Sends Will to Earth

I love this scene in the photo below of Will Robinson, on the Quasar Television

I love this scene in the photo below of Will Robinson, “Bill Mumy” trying to contact Alpha Control with a very cool old times telephone. I really enjoyed viewing this show on this Quasar television, it was like traveling back in time. The feel of a vintage television like this model is rich and warm; not like viewing a show on a huge piece of plastic that are what the only choices for most of the world these days.

Will Robinson, “Bill Mumy” trying to Contact Alpha Control with a very Cool Old Telephone

Will Robinson, “Bill Mumy” trying to contact Alpha Control with a very cool old times telephone, showing on the Quasar.

Will Robinson, “Bill Mumy” trying to contact Alpha Control with a very cool old times telephone, showing on the Quasar.

The Tall of two Quasar's, the Quest to Replace a Family Heirloom

On the left is the $50.00 dollars replacement Quasar I got, on the right is a photo of my daughters many years ago with our original Quasar that got left behind during a tragic foreclosure. It took me many years to find the replacement.

On the left is the $50.00 dollars replacement Quasar I got, on the right is a photo of my daughters many years ago with our original Quasar that got left behind during a tragic foreclosure. It took me many years to find the replacement.

In the Video Below, The Invaders, Played on the Quasar Television WL9439SP, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

The Invaders, Played on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. One of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Chassis Number SLTS976FA03. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, The Collector’s Edition VHS, Irwin Allen, staring: Richard Basehart, David Hedison, Robert Duvall, The Invaders, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Episode aired 25 January 1965. An undersea earthquake exhumes hundreds of strange metallic capsules, and a powerful humanoid creature who could destroy mankind is restored to life after millions of years in suspended animation.

The Invaders, Played on the Quasar Television Model WL9439SP, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

Played on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP The Outer Limits, Soldier

 A quirk in Time lands an Earth soldier of the future back in our present time. Government authorities apprehend and hold him in custody for examination.

A quirk in Time lands an Earth soldier of the future back in our present time. Government authorities apprehend and hold him in custody for examination.

Played on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP The Outer Limits, Soldier

The Outer Limits, Soldier, Episode aired 19 September 1964, Playing on the Quasar Color Console

 This television is one of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Chassis Number SLTS976FA03.

This television is one of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Chassis Number SLTS976FA03.

Played on the Quasar Television Model WL9439SP, The Other Soldier makes it to Earth

The Other Soldier makes it to Earth, Played on the Quasar Television Model WL9439SP

 A quirk in Time lands an Earth soldier of the future back in our present time. Government authorities apprehend and hold him in custody for examination. This television is one of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Chassis Number SLTS976FA03.

A quirk in Time lands an Earth soldier of the future back in our present time. Government authorities apprehend and hold him in custody for examination. This television is one of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Chassis Number SLTS976FA03.

A Later Quasar Version with a very Similar Cabinet Design, Model TL9368UP

A later  Quasar, with a twenty five inch CRT, version with a very similar Cabinet design, Model TL9368UP, with the Chassis number: ASQDTS980F-A02

A later Quasar, with a twenty five inch CRT, version with a very similar Cabinet design, Model TL9368UP, with the Chassis number: ASQDTS980F-A02

A Sister Console Model Quasar, Floor Model Television made in the Year 1974

A Sister Console Model Quasar,  Floor Model Television made in the Year 1974

A Sister Console Model Quasar, Floor Model Television made in the Year 1974

The Control Panel of the A Sister Console Model Quasar Television made in the Year 1974

The Control Panel of the A Sister Console Model Quasar Television made in the Year 1974.

The Control Panel of the A Sister Console Model Quasar Television made in the Year 1974.

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Mutiny, played on the Quasar Console Television

Black and White Bottom of the Sea, Mutiny, played on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, Early Dynacolor Quasar. Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP. One of the early QuasVHS video, of Voyage to the ar Dynacolor designs.

Black and White Bottom of the Sea, Mutiny, played on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, Early Dynacolor Quasar. Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP. One of the early QuasVHS video, of Voyage to the ar Dynacolor designs.

Admiral Nelson Staring on the Quasar TV Model WL9439SP. Black and White VHS Video

Admiral Nelson on a Lifeboat shown on the Quasar Televisions, Black and white Video

The Collector’s Edition VHS, Irwin Allen. Admiral Nelson was aboard a new submarine when it is destroyed by a giant jellyfish. Nelson and the first officer are the only survivors. The two men begin a desperate battle for survival.

The Collector’s Edition VHS, Irwin Allen. Admiral Nelson was aboard a new submarine when it is destroyed by a giant jellyfish. Nelson and the first officer are the only survivors. The two men begin a desperate battle for survival.

Playing on the Quasar TV Model WL9439SP, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

The Crew not Happy about Admiral Nelson's Friend, Given Orders, On the Quasar TV Model WL9439SP

The crew not to happy about Admiral Nelson's old friend trying to get them to follow the old Navy way.

The crew not to happy about Admiral Nelson's old friend trying to get them to follow the old Navy way.

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Mutiny, Played on the Quasar Television Model WL9439SP

David Hedison: Captain Lee B. Crane, Staring on the Quasar TV Model WL9439SP

David Hedison: Captain Lee B. Crane, Staring on the Quasar TV Model WL9439SP. In this scene he is not very happy the man who is telling him how to run the Seaview.

David Hedison: Captain Lee B. Crane, Staring on the Quasar TV Model WL9439SP. In this scene he is not very happy the man who is telling him how to run the Seaview.

David Hedison: Captain Lee B. Crane, Staring on the Quasar TV Model WL9439SP

Staring on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, Admiral Nelson

Staring on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SPAdmiral Nelson back Aboard the Seaview, but having Health Issues.

Staring on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SPAdmiral Nelson back Aboard the Seaview, but having Health Issues.

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Admiral Nelson, and Commander Lee Crane, on the Seaview, Playing on the Quasar Console Television

Admiral Nelson, and Commander Lee Crane, on the Seaview, Playing on the Quasar Console Television

Admiral Nelson, and Commander Lee Crane, on the Seaview, Playing on the Quasar Console Television

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, The Flying Sub, playing on the Quasar Console Television

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, The Flying Sub, played on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, Early Dynacolor Quasar. Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP. One of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Chassis Number SLTS976FA

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, The Flying Sub, played on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP, Early Dynacolor Quasar. Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP. One of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Chassis Number SLTS976FA

From an uncertain future with a $50.00 Price Tag, to My Priceless Treasure

No dog bed for this Quasar beauty, so her color is not as bright as the days when she was new, & her black and white is a little bit blue, she is more fun to watch than the evening news. My Easter gift to me, no more lonely days, I am on the Seaview

No dog bed for this Quasar beauty, so her color is not as bright as the days when she was new, & her black and white is a little bit blue, she is more fun to watch than the evening news. My Easter gift to me, no more lonely days, I am on the Seaview

For the Photo above, From an uncertain Future with a $50.00 Price Tag, to my Priceless Treasure

From an uncertain future with a $50.00 price tag, to my priceless treasure, no dog bed for this Quasar beauty, so her color is not as bright as the days when she was new, and her black and white is a little bit blue, she is more fun to watch than the evening news. My Easter gift to me, no more lonely days, I am on the Seaview, and Lost in Space, where the future is bright.

Adjusted Gray Scale, On the Quasar TV, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Doomsday

Adjusted Gray Scale … Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Doomsday, played on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP. One of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Chassis Number SLTS976FA03. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Doomsday.

Adjusted Gray Scale … Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Doomsday, played on the Quasar Color Console Television Model WL9439SP. One of the early Quasar Dynacolor designs, Chassis Number SLTS976FA03. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Doomsday.

Admiral Nelson, Adjusted Gray Scale, on the Quasar TV Model WL9439SP

The Seaview is on exercises when a series of signals are received indicating the USA is at war and they are to prepare for launch of all missile. Richard Basehart, as Admiral Nelson.

The Seaview is on exercises when a series of signals are received indicating the USA is at war and they are to prepare for launch of all missile. Richard Basehart, as Admiral Nelson.

Quasar TV Model WL9439SP, Adjusted Gray Scale, Captain Lee B. Crane

David Hedison, Captain Lee B. Crane. The Seaview is on exercises when a series of signals are received indicating the USA is at war and they are to prepare for launch of all missile.

David Hedison, Captain Lee B. Crane. The Seaview is on exercises when a series of signals are received indicating the USA is at war and they are to prepare for launch of all missile.

Doomsday, Played on the Quasar Television Model WL9439SP. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

Television Model WL9439SP, playing Doomsday, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

David Hedison, Richard Basehart, and Donald Harron. Doomsday, Episode aired 18 January 1965. The Seaview is on exercises when a series of signals are received indicating the USA is at war and they are to prepare for launch of all missiles.

David Hedison, Richard Basehart, and Donald Harron. Doomsday, Episode aired 18 January 1965. The Seaview is on exercises when a series of signals are received indicating the USA is at war and they are to prepare for launch of all missiles.

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