The Seaview is returning to the location of a sunken ship to recover its secret cargo. There are a number of other sunken ships in the area, and the thing responsible for all of them soon threatens the Seaview.

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Captain Lee Crane
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The Seaview is returning to the location of a sunken ship to recover its secret cargo. There are a number of other sunken ships in the area, and the thing responsible for all of them soon threatens the Seaview.

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30 January 1966 (USA)  »

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As the Seaview is damaged and unable to take on the monster jellyfish that has trapped Ames, the scientist, the flying sub is launched to distract the monster.The launching shows two shots of the flying sub leaving the Seaview,not at a submerged depth,but on the ocean's surface.There was no time for the Seaview to make such maneuvers to the surface. See more »

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I Like It But I Don't Like It
29 July 2010 | by See all my reviews

Normally I can give carefully explained reasons as to why I like or don't like something on Voyage/Sea but, for some reason, I find my view of this episode a bit hard to put into words: I like it but I don't like it. We are now at the 19th colour episode and, at this stage, we have seen a few colourful giant things do this, that and the other to the Seaview so the jellyfish footage might have lost some punch at this stage in the season?

It is nice that Voyage/Sea can take on any genre under the sun but this is almost mild horror stuff and not really my thing...I had the same horror problem with the season three/season four Werewolf/Manbeast episodes that would come later.

I will say this about Graveyard Of Fear, the early parts of the hour, when the Seaview is entering the graveyard, are very well done and come close to being called golden moments of Voyage/Sea.


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