Voyagers Guidebook

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Voyagers Guidebook

One of the coolest shows of the early 1980's, Voyagers! made Time travel fun! It was filled with charm, action, adventure, and plenty of romance. The appealing cast included Jon-Erik Hexum and Meeno Peluce as Voyagers Phineas Bogg and Jeffrey Jones. Aside from its junior target audience, adults loved and still appreciate the concept, wit, and story-lines.


I know you'll enjoy browsing this website. It's loaded with stunning images, insightful posts, and many albums that include interviews, photo scans and artwork. I also have fan videos, clip links, and trivia as well.


I thank all those who contribute and help to keep this series alive. Voyagersguidebook has been online 10 years. I don't update as much as I used to due to other obligations in life, but please voyage back frequently! There's always something waiting to be discovered.

Voyagers! animated sketch of the DVD box art created by Justin M. Salvato from Vintage Computers and Retro Video games.  

What's New and Exciting for 2017?

I am now an Amazon Associate. If you scroll down the page I have posted a selection of my favorite movie and show DVDS and Blu Rays, particularly those related to Time Travel too. I am not personally selling those. If you're interested in buying any of those items from Amazon, please consider doing it through my store. :)


I made a new video with help from fan Margie Ochher! Watch it on Youtube: Voyagers!: Friends across Time or find it in my Fan video Tributes Page.


Go to the "About Voyagers" page and watch a very cool video Podcast on the show by a long-time fan, "The Retroist."


I was allotted a little more space on my website. So after many years, I started a new Photo Album called "2017: New Articles & Pics." - You can find it Here!


Checkout my newly designed Voyagers Guidebook Blog for all the latest posts and images. 

Director/Writer/Producer James D. Parriott proudly stated in a Star Log interview that Voyagers! was "his baby." I hope he has seen this website and knows there are still tons of fans out there (young and older alike) who fondly remember this series and continue to love and support it. They show it to their children and they love it too.


I would like to sincerely thank Mr. Parriott for sharing his awesome vision of Voyagers! It has allowed us the brief, but fantastic opportunity to "travel through the ages", and introduced us all to the marvelous Jon-Erik Hexum.


Click my banner to watch many fan-videos and clips, my channel also includes my favorite movie/TV show interests and playlists. Start your journey here, and you'll find other channels with some beautiful Voyagers and Jon-Erik Hexum videos!

The Fun and Voyager Discussions continue! Click the pic to join!

Click the banner below for more info on how you can receive the limited issue:



ALL donations go toward the yearly cost of the web host site, and whatever unique and wonderful images and memorabilia I can find out there for sale and auction. Through the years I've found so many! But as time passes on these treasures become rarer to acquire. Thank you for all your support and for visiting the website.
No, I won't pretend I'm handicapped, attempt to steal from you, and then chase you down an alleyway like the wicked bum did to poor Jeffrey! 
*Questions? Comments? Concerns? Do you have memorabilia or images/Scans to donate? Just want to say, "Hey, I love your website?" – Please E-Mail me.
 

 

 

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This an archival website dedicated to preserving Voyagers! the TV series. Any views, ideas, and opinions expressed in essays belong solely to the website designer and other guest writers and actors. All images and multi-media are copyright their original owners and are posted for the promotion Voyagers!, Jon-Erik Hexum, Meeno Peluce, et al. and the enjoyment of fans worldwide.


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