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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21 December 1964 (USA)  »

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Ten Out Of Ten Episode
31 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

The Seaview must transport a boy prince in danger of being killed.

Irwin Allen productions very often had a young boy in the cast (see Lost In Space, Land Of The Giants, a few Time Tunnels, The Poseidon Adventure, The Towering inferno, The Swarm, etc) but because of the show's submarine premise...Voyage was nearly always free of this boy-casting: with the exception of this episode.

Granted, the boy Prince is a bit of a pain, but once you get to the wonderful ending you don't care about that because the ending is just so good. Perhaps one of the very best endings to any Voyage hour (next to The Phantom Strikes).

As a bonus, we see a couple of light moments between Crane and Nelson which is a change from the grim-ness of previous hours.

A ten out of ten episode.


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