Famous Robots from Popular Culture

January 2, 2009

Hel from Fritz Lang's Metropolis 1927

Hel from Fritz Lang's Metropolis 1927

Robby The Robot - Here with Anne Francis - Forbidden Planet 1957

Robby The Robot - Here with Anne Francis - Forbidden Planet 1957

Rock Em' Sock Em' Robots

Rock Em' Sock Em' Robots

A Space Odyssey - 1968

HAL from Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey - 1968

Rosie the Robot - The Jetsons 1962

Rosie the Robot - The Jetsons 1962

C3PO & R2D2 from Star Wars

C3PO & R2D2 from Star Wars

Robocop

Robocop

Number 5 from Short Circut

Number 5 from Short Circut

Bender from television's "Futurama"

Bender from television's "Futurama"

Wall-e

Wall-e

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7 Responses to “Famous Robots from Popular Culture”

  1. [...] January 4, 2009 by madsilence As a child of the 1950s and 60s, I learned to love robots.  If you feel the same, visit The Invisible Agent for a photo show of images of Famous Robots from Popular Culture. [...]

  2. The most frightening 2 lines in movie history: “Open the pod bay doors, HAL.” “I can’t do that, Dave.”

    Makes my blood turn to ice.

  3. masek said

    hey, you forgot terminator:)

  4. Freddi said

    i kno! and terminator is da bomb!

  5. cody said

    i need rosie the robot

  6. joshworx said

    Wall-e is a reference to Johnny-5 :)

  7. [...] I was but a wee lad, movies and TV had me convinced that robots were our future. They would be our digital pets, our computer compadres, our doers of hated household chores. [...]

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