Mark believes a series of sonic "attacks" to be the song of a siren. He finds a young siren held prisoner on a submarine and must free her from the underwater pirates.

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Mark Harris
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C.W. Crawford
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Stringer
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Amanda #2
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Jeffery Feaster
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Siren
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Jenny Reynolds
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Caine
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Amanda Trevanian
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Hugh Trevanian
Gary Tomlin ...
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Jomo
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Mark believes a series of sonic "attacks" to be the song of a siren. He finds a young siren held prisoner on a submarine and must free her from the underwater pirates.

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2 May 1978 (USA)  »

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Modern day pirates and a mermaid
9 July 2013 | by (Iceland) – See all my reviews

Mark encounters modern day pirates who possess a mermaid who can produce a hypnotic siren song that has a strange effect on anyone who hears it. Even Mark is susceptible to it's powers.

This next-to-last episode is pretty good. Nothing new here but it's fast paced, somewhat imaginative and those villains are a bit less cartoonish than previous ones. Belinda J. Montgomery has left the series and her absence is explained by way of her being summoned to Washington by politicians.

The mermaid looks authentic enough and it turns out that Mark has a singing voice himself that can heal a person who's still in some state of shock after succumbing to the siren song.

Overall this episode is a breath of fresh air after the inherent silliness that plagued the previous two episodes.


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