A puppeteer comes on board to entertain the crew. But it is later revealed that his puppets are alive and they plan to take over the sub. That's when they replace the crew members with ... See full summary »

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A puppeteer comes on board to entertain the crew. But it is later revealed that his puppets are alive and they plan to take over the sub. That's when they replace the crew members with duplicates. Only Nelson and Crane are left to try and stop them. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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The Comic Adventure Is Just Beginning
14 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

For those who never saw Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979), my review summary is a play on words from the end of that film. The Deadly Dolls is the first of five year four Voyage episodes where a bit of light comedy was brought in (the other four shows were the two Mr Pem hours, the Leprechauns and Blackbeard).

The Deadly Dolls deals with a deadly Vincent Price coming on board Seaview and making deadly puppets of Seaview crew members. However, the Nelson puppet (voiced by Richard Basehart) is one of the most amusing creatures to ever appear on American television!

The music score plays on the comedy of the hour, which is great, and we end with some mind-blowing and totally new flying sub effects! The Deadly Dolls should of been the season opener (not Fires Of Death) as this is just a totally unique, totally insane, totally epic hour! Some viewers are surprised to see Vincent Price in a TV show like Voyage, but it should be remembered that Voyage was a Fox series and at the same Fox studio, at this exact time, Vincent was also doing many guest roles on Batman (1966-68). So Vincent was probably at home with the Fox television world.


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