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Adm. Harriman Nelson (Character)
from "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" (1964)

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Biography:
From Irwin Allen's Writer's Guide, found in the files of 11 Days to Zero: ADMIRAL HARRIMAN NELSON... See more »
Alternate Names:
Adm. Nelson / Admiral Harriman Nelson / Admiral Nelson

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  1. "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea"
        - No Way Back (1968) TV episode, Played by Richard Basehart
        - The Death Clock (1968) TV episode, Played by Richard Basehart
        - Edge of Doom (1968) TV episode, Played by Richard Basehart
        - Attack! (1968) TV episode, Played by Richard Basehart
        - Flaming Ice (1968) TV episode, Played by Richard Basehart
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  2. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961) Played by Walter Pidgeon
    ... aka "Irwin Allen's Production of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" - UK (complete title), USA (complete title)
    ... aka "The Global Crisis" - Japan (English title)

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Quotes:
From Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1961)
Admiral Nelson: Well, Lee, it's been a long, tough haul from conception to execution, but, my boy, we've done it.
Capt. Lee Crane: *You've* done it, sir. You know, it bears out what you taught us at Annapolis: that "The wild dreams of today are the practical realities of tomorrow."
Admiral Nelson: I'm glad you remembered one of my more temperate quotes. Some of our colleagues haven't been quite so diplomatic.
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