When four capital ships vanish, Admiral Nelson and Commander Van Wyck are sent to investigate. They find an island where Nelson removes a dagger from a skeleton which happens to be the ... See full summary »

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Adm. Harriman Nelson
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When four capital ships vanish, Admiral Nelson and Commander Van Wyck are sent to investigate. They find an island where Nelson removes a dagger from a skeleton which happens to be the captain of the Amsterdammer, the Flying Dutchman, and is then cursed. Van Wyck is in reality the first mate who killed the Captain. His plan is to kill Nelson with the dagger so that he can be free and Nelson will take his place. Written by Glenn Crespo

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8 October 1967 (USA)  »

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The Dutchman can be knocked unconscious, held in a choke hold but can't be killed and can disappear at will. See more »

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The Teaser And Act One Get Ten Out Of Ten
14 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

The Flying Dutchman-theme is used for the third time in Voyage. Is Nelson seeing impossible images, such as an old boat blasting at the flying sub and skeletons in the Seaview control room, or are these things real? My god this one begins so well! But like a couple of season three shows (The Deadly Cloud, The Plant Man) this episode runs out of steam around the time we get into act three. The whole hour is fun but the second half feels a bit like a balloon just hit by a pin. Look at Basehart in the second half: He has that who-gives-a-crap look to him. Oh well. Let me just centre on the teaser and act one...

The teaser: What a knockout! The Flying Sub in a storm! We never see this footage again so enjoy it here! Act one: The stuff with Warren Stevens talking to Basehart about impossible visions is one of the season four highlights! The acting is so strong from both actors that you almost think this stuff is really going on. Great stuff! The bit in the cave will go down well with classic Star Trek fans: That pirate voice actually belongs to Bart La Rue...the voice of many Trek aliens!


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