Sea Hunt: Season 2, Episode 26

Sea Serpent (28 Jun. 1959)

TV Episode  -   -  Action | Adventure
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Mike is recruited to search for hidden stolen liquid explosives.

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Mike is recruited to search for hidden stolen liquid explosives.

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Mike Nelson: [narrating] I was diving in the Red Sea with my friend, Jim Barry, an archiologist. I was helping him on one of his projects. We were searching underwater for the remains of an ancient temple, which Jim felt was more than a legend. Suddenly Jim's wife, Anne, tossed our slate overboard. The slate said, "Come up". That could mean only one thing - trouble.
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