While on a routine scientific expedition Capt Crane encounters a strange hybrid seaweed humanoid creature. Crane is captured by the creature and the crew of Seaview launch a desperate attempt to rescue Crane before his air runs out.

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Dr. King
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Lt. Comdr. Chip Morton (as Bob Dowdell)
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While on a routine scientific expedition Capt Crane encounters a strange hybrid seaweed humanoid creature. Crane is captured by the creature and the crew of Seaview launch a desperate attempt to rescue Crane before his air runs out.

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1 January 1967 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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The possessed crewman shot by Chip Morton is later seen alive and well loading a torpedo in the missile room. See more »

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Kelp Faced Crew Keep Coming!
9 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is really really scary. It's so scary it was kind of hard to watch it again to write this detailed review that I know you're so interested in reading.

Here's the plot; (SPOILER!!!!!) a kelp monster attacks the Seaview, but instead of just jumping on the ship or throwing it around it TAKES OVER THE BODIES of the MEN! Then when you look at the infected crewmen long enough, their faces turn into drippy yucky kelp monster faces! It's gross! I had to watch it from behind a couch, which is a pretty big admission coming from a 25 year firefighter and football coach. This episode was so scary I had to go to the bathroom a few times, y'know?

So that's why I gave it a 10. It's maybe the most frightening thing I've ever watched on TV, and you gotta give these guys credit.


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