A message is received from a US sub presumed sunk in the last months of WW2. The Seaview is sent to try and locate a cave that is mentioned in the message and to try and rescue the 5 men believed to be still alive.

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Captain Crane
Phillip Pine ...
Ryan
Robert Doyle ...
Werden
Teru Shimada ...
Nakamura
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Chief Sharkey
Allan Hunt ...
Riley
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Wilson
Ed McCready ...
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Johnson
Françoise Ruggieri ...
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Chip Morton (as Bob Dowdell)
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A message is received from a US sub presumed sunk in the last months of WW2. The Seaview is sent to try and locate a cave that is mentioned in the message and to try and rescue the 5 men believed to be still alive.

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3 October 1965 (USA)  »

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Sci-Fi & Disaster
24 July 2010 | by See all my reviews

Lost WW2 guys still alive in the modern age.

Yet another outstanding episode of Voyage with a wonderfully loud music score (note how loud it is in the explosive teaser) and some mind blowing footage of the flying sub. One of the lost in time seamen makes a memorable reaction comment about the flying sub by simply saying "There is something wrong" when first looking at the fancy yellow craft. I love it.

The script is close to perfect and deeply touching in the final two minutes. This second season of Voyage/Sea is just going from one outstanding episode to another and coming soon is the even more outstanding sci-fic hour - The Cyborg - which combines elements of Lost In Space (1965) and Fox's Batman (1966).


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