The crew of the Seaview encounter Mr. Pem who can control time. Pem sends Nelson back in time to force the Admiral to let Pem use the reactor to power his device.

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Adm. Harriman Nelson
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Capt. Lee B. Crane
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Mr. Pem
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Chief Francis Ethelbert Sharkey
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Lt. Comdr. Chip Morton (as Bob Dowdell)
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The crew of the Seaview encounter Mr. Pem who can control time. Pem sends Nelson back in time to force the Admiral to let Pem use the reactor to power his device.

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3 December 1967 (USA)  »

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Mr Pem
25 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

A time traveller named Mr Pem (Henry Jones) sends the submarine Seaview a million years into the past.

A very pleasing Welch time travel script with some knockout acting from both Basehart and Henry Jones...the pair talk and talk and talk together and we hang on every word! I would even go as far as saying that act two of A Time To Die is the best scripted bit of science fiction I have ever seen on the screen.

On top of the script and acting we have music, very new Leith Stevens music.

Much like season two's The Cyborg, this hour is a winning combination of top sci-fic story telling, top acting, mild humour and totally outstanding music. And if you feel that A Time To Die needs a follow up episode, don't worry, you got it, Mr Pem returns in the Voyage/Sea season final: No Way Back.


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