Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season 4, Episode 9

Rescue (19 Nov. 1967)

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Captain Crane is attacked in the Flying Sub while looking for a mysterious sub pen. The Seaview's rescue attempts are hampered by a by a spy pretending to be one of the crew men.

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Captain Crane is attacked in the Flying Sub while looking for a mysterious sub pen. The Seaview's rescue attempts are hampered by a by a spy pretending to be one of the crew men.

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A Fine Adventure Hour But Nothing More Than That
22 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

A sister episode to season three's Lost Bomb episode: The Seaview is after an enemy submarine and it seems the enemy is actually inside the Seaview itself.

In a nutshell: This is big bad boys running around the Seaview for 50 minutes. No great dialogue. No great special effects. No great music. No gusto. Just a straight adventure hour that makes fine viewing late at night when you are not feeling very demanding. But Voyage/Sea was once so much more than that! The Lost Bomb was so much more than that! What has happened? It just looks like Irwin Allen was too busy on another Fox sound stage putting together the massive budget Land Of The Giants series...Rescue looks and sounds too un-Irwin.

Well folks, we are now at the 9th episode of year four, we have had some great moments and one knockout hour: The Deadly Dolls. But the high quality of seasons two and three has been missing. But things pick up next week...

Next week sees the beginning of a nice six week bunch of Voyage episodes where Henry Jones, invader plants, great music, gusto, humour and TOTAL fantasy save the day and the season. So if you have been a bit let down by season four so far...things are about to improve around here!


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