A champion water-skier drowns during the finale of a water show.





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Episode cast overview:
Lisa Gaye ...
June Leeds
Hal Peters
William McGraw ...
Joe Ott
Jack Wagner ...
Nick James
William Boyett ...
Police Lieutenant
Courtney Brown ...
Steve Garth


A champion water-skier drowns during the finale of a water show.

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Action | Adventure





Release Date:

31 May 1959 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Lloyd Bridges and Courtney Brown are seen bare-chested here but Robert Conrad keeps his shirt on. See more »


[opening lines]
Mike Nelson: [narrating] I had been hired as the saftey man for a new stunt in a water ski show. It was to be performed by the star, Hal Peters. The stunt would be a thriller, if he could live through it. It was a deliberate fall from a kite 100 feet in the air.
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One of my favorite episodes!
4 April 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode was shown on "THIS" network this morning, and I enjoyed it. One of the co-stars was the beautiful Lisa Gaye who guest starred in five episodes of Sea Hunt in 1959, playing five different characters. The storyline here is more credible that usual because Mike Nelson is being very adventurous, but not being superman saving the world from nuclear disaster or communist dictatorship. He is hired to supervise a stunt in a water ski show where a man, played by the handsome Robert Conrad, is diving from a hang glider. There is a murder and Mike Nelson figures it all out and is able to arrest the murderer underwater. The main thing that I want out of TV programing is eye candy, and there is plenty of it in this episode. Both Lisa Gaye and Robert Conrad are just too good-looking to describe, and even the murderer was played by a hot number. I never found Lloyd Bridges to be all that attractive, but he certainly had the sleek physique. And while he did not have a pretty face, the assets which he did possess were shown off to the greatest extent possible on network television. I am always amazed at seeing his total lack of self-consciousness in being so nearly naked, appearing to be not the slightest bit ill-at-ease, while acting in long scenes wearing nothing but wet white tight skimpy swim-trunks, often with fully clothed actors. This is just a really fun TV series for such a person as myself.

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