The Seaview is selected to be converted to a totally automatic ship controlled by a central computer. The mission goes well till Capt. Crane, the only person aboard the sub, realizes he may not be as alone as he thought.

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The Seaview is selected to be converted to a totally automatic ship controlled by a central computer. The mission goes well till Capt. Crane, the only person aboard the sub, realizes he may not be as alone as he thought.

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15 February 1965 (USA)  »

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Capt. Crane crashes the Seaview on the ocean floor, but the interior remains undisturbed by the obviously hard landing. See more »

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Captain Crane: If you're trying to kill me, why are you running? Pick up a mic and answer me.
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Four Out Of Ten Drama
14 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

Crane is alone on the Seaview...or is he?

Firstly, I am aware some of my reviews for the second half of Voyage season one have been rather negative...and The Human Computer review is like that. It just looks like all concerned with the series sort of ran out of steam about half way into the season. But having said this, we still have some classics to come like The Enemies and The Creature. Also, the series as a whole improves in season two.

The Human Computer is more about running out of budget than steam. Official word has it that the show ran out of cash so they dished out a story with Crane running around an empty Seaview for 75% of the hour.

But obviously enough people liked what they saw so this alone-but not-alone-on-Seaview theme was re-used in several other episodes. Altleast the later versions sometimes had better music playing over them (like in season four's Nightmare).

The Human Computer has just one pleasing element to it: Batcave/Jupiter 2 computer banks splashed all over the Seaview control room. We never see this again. This alone gives this episode four out of ten.


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