Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season 4, Episode 2

The Deadly Dolls (1 Oct. 1967)

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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 ... 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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I was never a fan of 'Voyage to the bottom of the Sea', and even with Vincent Price as a guest star, it's still boring. This episode which is scripted by Charles Bennett is poorly written bearing in mind he collaborated with both Alfred Hitchcock in the 1930s and Cecil B. DeMille in the 1940s. I've never been a fan of his scripts, but he is an experienced writer who has been given an opportunity to earn his living writing scripts. It just shows you that experienced writers aren't necessarily the best writers. Even the performances look lacklustre for experienced actors like Price and Richard Basehart. This is down to poor direction, and the only thing to commend this episode is that it is beautifully graded in post-production.


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