While investigating an underwater volcano, Mark is stricken with sudden pain in the shoulder. This is not the first time he's felt pain for no reason, and his instincts lead him to a ... See full summary »

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While investigating an underwater volcano, Mark is stricken with sudden pain in the shoulder. This is not the first time he's felt pain for no reason, and his instincts lead him to a deserted beach and, inexplicably, to a frontier town of the old west called Land's End. There he meets his identical twin, Billy, another water-breather who washed up on a beach with no knowledge of his true identity. Billy takes Mark's place aboard the Cetacean, leaving the Man from Atlantis to face the villains of Land's End. Written by whatsitsgalore

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Took me back to my childhood for 45 enjoyable minutes
24 July 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

you know when a series is running out of ideas when it turns to a time travel plot. Having said that I love westerns and I've been waiting 30 years nearly to see this again and it was strangely enjoyable. The plot involved Patrick Duffy searching out his long lost 'bad' gunfighter twin brother though how he managed to time travel was never explained,he just left the submarine swam to shore and suddenly he was back in the Old West! Pernell Roberts was the main villain and was as watchable as ever. As an aside along with 'One Eyed Jacks','High Plains Drifter' and the truly awful 'Cactus Jack' these are the only westerns that I can think of that feature scenes set by the ocean. Took me back to my childhood for 45 very enjoyable minutes.


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