The Seaview is on exercises when a series of signals are received indicating the USA is at war and they are to prepare for launch of all missiles.

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The Seaview is on exercises when a series of signals are received indicating the USA is at war and they are to prepare for launch of all missiles.

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18 January 1965 (USA)  »

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First appearance of the often used "fail-safe" control box. See more »

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Seven Out Of Ten Drama
10 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

The Seaview is placed on nuclear war alert.

Another reviewer (Mark Phillips) once sort of compared this episode to the 1960s motion picture: Fail Safe. The two productions have a few things in common with the very realistic procedures involved in a war alert put on display.

But do I want all this in Voyage? At first my answer was no. But after four screenings I finally came around to loving this rather unusual hour of Voyage.

My point: if you don't like this episode at first, come back every year for another screening until you do like it: you will warm to it eventually.

Added note: some of the music heard in this hour is different and better than a lot of the previous Voyage music. The music in question would be re-used in several Time Tunnel episodes.

Finally, I have to take three points away from this episode for very personal reasons. I have always been very uncomfortable looking at hospital operations involving contact with the eyes (we get that in this hour).


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