Before the adventures of the crew of the USS Enterprise, there were the adventures of the Seaview.
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@tjfreak LOL – so true but that’s Uncle Irwin for ya!
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Nice to see them using footage from the original Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea movie. You can tell by the number of windows on the Seaview’s nose. There are eight instead of four.
Did this scene use some underwater shots from the Walter Pigeon movie (1961) version? I ask because the windows in the glass nose in the beginning of this episode are different than the smaller and more windows that are shown as the Seaview tries to escape the drone.
This beats “Jersey Shores” any DAY!;-]
Coolest looking submarine ever!
Just started playing on Me or Metoo near Chicago been decades since I’ve seen it
@ignoblius What a silly question…duh ? the same messages as the unlabeled flashing lights that were in the Jupiter ll and at the command center in Time tunnel
0:34 What kind of information is a panel of unlabeled flashing lights supposed to convey?
I Loved that series, is the complete series somwere to buy
please mail me
Film yang diputar ketika saya masih SD. Kembali memory itu muncul ketika fil ini bisa dilihat di youtube.
“VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA” was ABC’s Sunday night treat,in
the late 60s. this was Irwin Allen in his prime,shortly before his “master of disaster”
title hung over him. in this time period,the series was superior,with LB Abbott’s
Emmy winning SPFX,as the underwater scenes were indeed genuine,using the
now defunct Fox mote. even with today’s FX,nothing could outdo these great
scenes! even when Irwin Allen shot his “RETURN OF CAPT NEMO” mini-series
at Warner Bros. in 1978,it failed,badily!
@001Nigel That is one of my favorites too, “The wax-men”
Watch the first 2 season’s on hulu d o t c o m…Can’t figure out why the series dropped off the air 15 years ago. So as not to interfere with videotape and DVD sales probably.
My favorite episode was waxmen.
I know that this is nit picky B. S. but what the hell. The sub chase where the drone sub keeps firing was used not only in the 1961 feature but also in the pilot episode: “Eleven Days To Zero”, where it was also a drone with a bald Theo Marcus suddenly replacing a bald Werner Klemperer practically in mid scene. Yes, it didn’t make sense to me either. A continuity problem popped up with Cranes brown holster suddenly changing to a black one in a short sequence. I’d like to see a bridge schematic!
@HAGHER1 Yes these were the best of all times, The Good times….. You can say that again-!!!~ I miss them But however I have all The DVD’S > The whole collection of >Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, So it’s just like yesterday, The Good Days are back, So back to The Good Times 4 me, & all who have These DVD’S OF VOYAGE., 4 these great officers, I give them a helping hand & a repeated Salutes, when The Job is completed.
The Seaview is a big Submarine, She is 620 feet long.
@echoes707 Your Welcome Jean~!!~ I’m glad you like them,>I have all of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Which is All 110 show on DVD, Yes Please do buy them Jean !!!
@TheCAPTAINNEMOful i use to watch this tv series the 70s i thing i am gone to buy the DVD THANKS
~AWESOMENESS~ to all your stuff mate~
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@rolex452 typical self serveing self apointed leaders of the world!
After a few episodes you knew the sailors in the red boilersuits were going to get killed by the alien ,baddies or deformed mutated fish first before the crew were alerted
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