Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season 4, Episode 15

Terrible Leprechaun (7 Jan. 1968)

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The Seaview is sent to stop a warhead on the ocean floor from detonating. But a leprechaun wants it to go off. So he tries to stop them. But his good twin brother tries to help them stop him.

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Walter Burke ...
Leprechaun Mickey Moore O'Shaughnessy / Leprechaun Patrick Moore O'Shaughnessy
Terry Becker ...
Del Monroe ...
Paul Trinka ...
Ralph Garrett ...
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Robert Dowdell ...
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The Seaview is sent to stop a warhead on the ocean floor from detonating. But a leprechaun wants it to go off. So he tries to stop them. But his good twin brother tries to help them stop him.

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Awful
2 June 2012 | by (Manchester) – See all my reviews

This was the worst story in the entire series if not out of all Allen's shows. Leprechauns? Come on! I don't know what was going in the writer's head with this episode but how Basehart carried on acting for the rest of the series after this debacle is amazing. He remained the total professional throughout. Me, I would be wetting myself with laughter with this. Why Irwin Allen allowed this to be shot in the first place is beyond me, I assume he never looked at the script. It is either that or he encouraged it. Whatever it was, it was a great shame that it was allowed to degenerate to this level. It could have been such a memorable show but sadly it is largely forgotten these days.


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