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"Tales of Tomorrow" Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea: The Escape: Part 2 (1952)

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Max Ehrlich (adaptation)
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Original Air Date:
1 February 1952 (Season 1, Episode 18)


 (Episode Cast)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Don Medford 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Max Ehrlich  adaptation
Gail Ingram  adaptation
Harry Ingram  adaptation
Jules Verne  novel

Produced by
George F. Foley Jr. .... producer (as George F. Foley)
James Lister .... assistant producer
Art Department
Arthur Rankin Jr. .... graphic art director
James Trittipo .... set designer
Sound Department
Nick Carbonaro .... sound
Other crew
Walter Kubilus .... technical director

Series Crew
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Directed by
Franklin J. Schaffner 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Mann Rubin  (episode "Tomb of King Tarus, The")

Original Music by
Bobby Christian 
Irving Robbin  (as Binnie Robbins)
Art Department
Danny Terrill .... stagehand
Camera and Electrical Department
Imero Fiorentino .... lighting director
Music Department
Bobby Christian .... conductor
Sergei Prokofiev .... composer: theme "Romeo and Juliet"
Production CompaniesDistributors

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