From "Zorro" to "Lost in Space"
NEW WEB HOST as of June 21, 2009
Most recent update of material within website - Sept 18, 2011
As many new Guy Williams/Zorro/Lost in Space websites come on board, I have once again done an update on my website, and fixed some broken links to my pages as well. I still am not as computer literate as some, so I do not have all the "fancy bells and whistles." Other Guy Williams websites have great biography/filmography information already, so I am just focusing on photos. ****However, do note comprehensive list of acting credits compiled by Mr. Wendell Vega (and verified by a number of his assistants) listed below.
I have been a fan of Guy Williams since Disney first aired Zorro back in 1957. Collecting photos/books/comics/toys on anything Guy related has been my hobby ever since.
I am going to leave the "links" pages to the other websites. But I did want to mention just three here:
Mary Spooner (the 1st Guy Williams website, and still the best)
Guy Williams, Jr (Guy's son...his website gave me the incentive to continue mine....AND he has a great tribute to his Dad)
Toni Williams (Guy's daughter - a great tribute to both her Dad and Mom)
THE VERRRY LATEST NEWS - On Friday August 19, 2011 Guy Williams became a Disney Legend!!!!!!! Guy Williams/Disney Legend 2011
AT LAST - WHAT ALL DISNEY ZORRO FANS HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR !!! - Original black & white remastered DVDs of ALL 78 episodes in TWO boxed sets - INCLUDING the 4 one-hour episodes shown originally on "Walt Disney Presents" (known as the Anthologies) - PLUS....extras. Check your local video stores such as Best Buy, or at amazon.com - First Season and Second Season. Very limited edition of 30,000 per season, expected to sell out quick.
EXTRA, EXTRA - READ ALL ABOUT IT!! Antoinette Lane's 1st edition of her Guy Williams biography sold out. You can now order her 2nd edition from her publisher - BearManor Media
AND....AFTER PURCHASING THE DISNEY DVDS, YOU WILL WANT TO GET THE ZORRO EPISODE GUIDE written by Gerry Dooley at his publisher - McFarland.
GUY WILLIAMS received his posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Thursday, August 2, 2001. Next time you are in Hollywood, check it out.....7080 Hollywood Blvd (near the corner of La Brea).
NOTE....the original supply of the official Hollywood Chamber of Commerce sanctioned Guy Williams Star Pins sold out. However, the 2nd order HAS arrived, and is now available through Guy Williams Jr official star website. Do check it out.
So, sit back, enjoy....hope I am providing you Guy/Disney Zorro/Lost in Space fans with a "few surprises" along the way.
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***Please note: All materials in this website are copyrighted, and as such may not be reproduced without express permission. Copyright Walt Disney Productions, Zorro Productions, and Twentieth Century Fox. Additional material from my personal collection.