Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season 1, Episode 15

Long Live the King (21 Nov. 1964)

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The assassination of a king means Prince Ang receives an early promotion. The new king is just a boy, and has a lot to learn about ruling. In fact, he has a lot to learn about everything. ... See full summary »

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The assassination of a king means Prince Ang receives an early promotion. The new king is just a boy, and has a lot to learn about ruling. In fact, he has a lot to learn about everything. He has advisers, but one of them may be trying to kill him, to finish off the royal line. Nelson and Seaview must get the prince back home so he may take the throne and prevent a coup from leaving an unfriendly government in power. Fortunately, a mysterious sailor, Old John, appears along their way and helps the young prince. But exactly who is Old John? Written by CommanderBalok

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Captain Crane orders four torpedoes readied for launch. He calls out their launch one at a time. After Crane calls out the first torpedo launch, we see four torpedoes launched from the Seaview at the same time. Crane continues to call out the rest of the torpedo launches, even though all four have been launched together. See more »

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A Great Holiday Episode
30 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When the King of a small but friendly nation is assassinated, the Seaview crew is assigned to take the young Crown Prince and his entourage back home to assume his throne. Along the way, they pick up Old John, a mysterious flute-playing gentleman who gives the spoiled young prince some fatherly advice.

Neither Nelson (who gets turned out of his own cabin) nor Crane are used to handling children, and to make matters worse, there is a traitor aboard who wants to murder the prince. I don't want to spoil the entire episode, but the closing lines make this episode a holiday classic that should be shown at Christmas time.


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