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One of the coolest shows of the early 80'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. Despite its junior target audience, adults loved and still appreciate the concept, wit, and story-lines.

 

Many thanks to all those who contribute and help to keep this series alive. Voyagers Guidebook has been online for 14 years and counting. Please voyage back frequently! There's always something waiting to be discovered.

Director/Writer/Producer James D. Parriott proudly stated in a Star Log interview that Voyagers! was "his baby." I hope he's 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'd like to sincerely thank Mr. Parriott and his collaborators for sharing their awesome vision of Voyagers! And the cast and crew for bringing it to life. It has allowed us the brief, but fantastic opportunity to "travel through the ages," and introduced us all to the marvelous Jon-Erik Hexum.

VoyagersCast!

VoyagersCast! Episode Page

This is an interesting and entertaining Podcast series from Aaron and Michelle Moss along with guest speakers. It offers different perspectives and ideas from fans who've grown up watching the show and those seeing it for the first time.

Check out the filmed Voyagers! vlogs on their Youtube channel: Head Speaks 

Subscribe to them for retrospectives from the 80s! 

New Photo Album

Hey all, with all the free time we have lately, I am updating the site. (As well as the Facebook group! Check it out) I added a new album for the TV magazine and TV Guide ads and listings I've collected through the years. Enjoy!

Voyagers TV Guide Articles 

Voyagers! (1982) Retrospective

Voyagers! (1982) Retrospective | A Time Travel TV Classic with Jon-Erik Hexum & Meeno Peluce!

I stumbled across a marvelous and adorable Retrospective on Voyagers! with a father and daughter Critic team discussing the series in a positive light. Please give it a watch, like the video, and follow their Facebook Reviews page – 

 

Take Two Screen Reviews
 

This was the effect Voyagers! intended to have on kids in 1982. To simply enjoy the show, have fun, and learn something about history along the way. It helped them open their minds to do their own research on the subjects. It's heartwarming that nearly 38 years later, children still appreciate it. 

A New Guidebook Replica!

A member of the Voyagers Fandom, James Penrose, has redesigned a Voyagers Guidebook replica and is taking orders for it now! He has an FB Page I'll link below. The cost is £237.00. Plus shipping fees. It is an additional $70.00 if your want your name custom printed instead of "Phineas Bogg." Please visit his page for more information on how to order. 

 

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How do you like the website? What are your fond memories of the show? Do you have memorabilia or high quality image scans you'd like to donate?

Were you part of the show's production or cast and have some stories to tell? I love stories! Have you created your own Voyagers! projects, videos, posts or reviews?  They can be featured here and on the Voyagers Guidebook Facebook Group

 

Please get in touch!

"May all your landings be soft."

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The Guidebook

Wix has raised the cost of running this premium site an additional $36.00 starting 2020. With the additional price of the URL, It comes out to $230.00 a year to maintain. All your donations go toward the yearly cost of hosting the website, keeping the URL, the time and effort well-spent in building and updating it, and importantly, whatever unique images and memorabilia I can find for sale and auction. As time passes on these treasures become harder to acquire. Thank you for your consideration and for visiting.

 

Voyagers! is ©James D. Parriott Productions! – Universal Television (MCA) –  Scholastic Productions.


Voyagers Guidebook is an archival website dedicated to preserving the memory and history of Voyagers! the Television series. Any views, ideas, and opinions expressed in essays belong solely to the website creator and other guest writers and actors. All images and multi-media are copyright their original owners and are posted for promotion of the show, the actors, and the enjoyment of fans worldwide.

 

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