The Seaview is tasked with recovering a returned deep space probe. On board the probe is a robot as sophisticated as a man, and capable of experiencing everything a human can.

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The Seaview is tasked with recovering a returned deep space probe. On board the probe is a robot as sophisticated as a man, and capable of experiencing everything a human can.

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1 February 1965 (USA)  »

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Much of the music used in this episode was taken directly from the movie The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951). This really isn't surprising since both were produced by 20th Century Fox. See more »

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A crewman killed by robot in the master switchboard room is later seen alive as part of the search party. See more »

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One Of The Very Few Voyage Stinkers
12 November 2016 | by See all my reviews

A Wizard Of Oz-type tin man walks the corridors of Seaview causing problems.

The above plot-line says it all, that is why the hour stinks.

Irwin Allen was still warming up his sci-fi skills at this time, which is why we get hours like this and last week's The Invaders. However, in coming weeks we will see The Creature which is more like the kind of sci-fi Irwin would be known and loved for.

The only thing worth mentioning about the Indestructible Man is that this is one of the first Irwin TV episodes which pinches Bernard Herrmann music from old Fox films (The Day The Earth Stood Still, Journey to the Centre of the Earth). This would go on in later Voyage episodes, also in Lost In Space and The Time Tunnel.


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