When a missile is destroyed by apparent ultrasonic sound, the Seaview investigates with Adams, the mentally unstable launch commander, on board and finds an giant manta ray source which along with Adams' actions pose a threat to safety.

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When a missile is destroyed by apparent ultrasonic sound, the Seaview investigates with Adams, the mentally unstable launch commander, on board and finds an giant manta ray source which along with Adams' actions pose a threat to safety.

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In this episode Leslie Neilsen play a Captain named Adam's. In the movie Forbidden Planet he played a starship Captain named J. J. Adams See more »

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Nine Out Of Ten Sci-Fi
18 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

Crazy-man Leslie Nielsen is on Seaview doing battle with a giant manta.

This would have got a ten out of ten rating before 1980 but the comical performance of Leslie Nielsen in the film Airplane! (1980) now takes one point away from it as after seeing Airplane! it is just impossible not to laugh at Nielsen when he takes himself so seriously, as he does in The Creature.

But away from Nielsen, The Creature is a knockout hour that features season one's best Seaview miniature effects (next to The Ghost Of Moby Dick).

We are now so close to season two beginning, and you can see that the Voyage series is warming up for that "bigger and better" look of the second year.


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