The Seaview investigates a strange cloud that seems to be the source of immense destruction around the world. The world has only 24 hours to live unless Seaview can crack the secret.

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Adm. Harriman Nelson
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Capt. Lee B. Crane
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Chief Francis Ethelbert Sharkey
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Lt. Comdr. Chip Morton (as Bob Dowdell)
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The Seaview investigates a strange cloud that seems to be the source of immense destruction around the world. The world has only 24 hours to live unless Seaview can crack the secret.

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12 March 1967 (USA)  »

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Sci-Fi & Disaster
11 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

The writer of Voyage's Shadowman returns with another alien invasion on an almost empty Seaview. This time a deadly cloud and a cloud invader who takes over Crane.

You could almost say that QM's The Invaders (1967) is a sister show to Voyage as both shows did the invasion-of-the-body-snatchers thing so many times. Here we go again with Voyage and The Deadly Cloud. But Voyage does this theme just so well, I can forgive the fact that the series is repeating itself a lot here.

The first half of this hour is a knockout with a strong doomsday feeling that is done just so well. The cloud invader - his look and voice - is very pleasing. He looks like an invader from Lost In Space's Follow The Leader. And, once again, this is all helped by the stock Bernard Herrmann movie music. David Hedison's "taken over" acting is very pleasing.

But the hour seems to run out of steam in the second half, there is the odd bit that still makes it fun, but after act two The Deadly Cloud feels like a balloon that has been hit by a pin. Too bad.


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