While operating over the remains of a sunken 16th century pirate ship, the Seaview encounters a reincarnation of its dead captain.

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While operating over the remains of a sunken 16th century pirate ship, the Seaview encounters a reincarnation of its dead captain.

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13 February 1966 (USA)  »

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The title refers to the doubloon, a gold coin used in Spain and its new world colonies, beginning in the fifteenth century. See more »

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Brent: [referring to Captain Crane] Don't hurt him too much. Just enough to loosen his tongue.
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Sutton Roley's View Of The Pirate World
30 July 2010 | by See all my reviews

The flying sub encounters an old pirate ship that then blasts the flying sub out of the water. Crane survives the sub blast, he then swims to an island filled with pirates.

Lost In Space fans like me will get a blast out of this episode: Albert Salmi plays a pirate both here and in LIS. And episode director - Sutton Roley - also directed one of LIS's better hours: The Anti-Matter Man! As always, Roley puts the camera at odd angles, which, sadly, does lead to too many camera shadows on the set. But we have such fun with this over-the-top bunch of pirates (another site complained that these guys are TOO over-the-top) and having the flying sub being blasted TWICE in one episode fits the insane tone of the hour! This hour was a childhood favourite and it is still just as well loved in my adult years! It also has shades of Time Tunnel's Pirates Of Dead Man's Island...another classic!


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