Investigating why the world's oceans are rising, the Seaview finds a race of Frost Men at the Polar Cap who are increasing the temperature and they want the submarines' reactor to help them leave the earth.

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Investigating why the world's oceans are rising, the Seaview finds a race of Frost Men at the Polar Cap who are increasing the temperature and they want the submarines' reactor to help them leave the earth.

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3 March 1968 (USA)  »

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This Episode: A One Scene Wonder
5 September 2010 | by See all my reviews

Frost Men aliens (the leader played by Michael Pate) appear and make trouble with the world's weather.

This episode begins like a million dollars: great music score placed over the underwater footage and our first look at the Frost Men aliens/Frost Men cave set. However, once we get into act one the music and everything else lacks punch. Not a single word of dialogue in this hour is memorable and that was a problem that damaged some of the final episodes of Voyage/Sea (Flaming Ice is the 5th last Voyage episode ever!). Irwin Allen was busy on another Fox sound stage putting together the massive budget Land Of The Giants series.

I was very pleased with Australian actor Michael Pate in season one Voyage episode - Long Live The King - so it is a bit of a struggle to watch him in the same series now playing a Frost Man with a make-up job. However, Pate always loved being on Voyage, I know because I spoke to Pate in Sydney Australia in 1999 just a few years before he passed away.

But having said all this I can say that Flaming Ice is liked by some, I once knew a smart guy in New York who thinks the hour is outstanding.


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