A research vessel vanishes during a routine mission near an island off Greece. Another ship is sent to investigate, and also disappears without a trace. Now the Seaview pays a visit. They ... See full summary »

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Leopold Zeraff
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A research vessel vanishes during a routine mission near an island off Greece. Another ship is sent to investigate, and also disappears without a trace. Now the Seaview pays a visit. They find nothing, but a local fisherman claims to know of a 'city beneath the sea'. Written by jjturley@hotmail.com

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21 September 1964 (USA)  »

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Throughout the show, Zeraff is wheelchair bound and requires assistance to get in and out of the water. In his climatic underwater fight scene with Captain Crane, he is shown clearly using his legs to propel himself. See more »

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Tiny Domes Beneath The Sea
28 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

A city beneath the sea is found.

I have had vast experience with Voyage fans on-line, there seems to be a male-view of Voyage and a female-view of Voyage. The women often go for the characterization moments with the main cast (which is seen here with Nelson and Crane) and the guys often go for the more visual side of Voyage (effects of subs, sets, monsters, etc).

The City Beneath The Sea should keep the females happy but the guys might struggle with a "city" made up of tiny domes at the bottom of a Fox tank. Perhaps Irwin Allen's 1971 TV movie also tilted City Beneath The Sea has given me a fixed view on what an underwater city should look like (large sets, blinking light hardware, extras all over the place).

I am a male who also likes anything Nelson (Richard Basehart) says or does in Voyage, but he does not do enough here to keep me happy. Perhaps the most attention grabbing thing about this hour is the "stereo" sound effects on the DVD...which give the whole thing a new feel and sound.


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