Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season 2, Episode 6

The Left-Handed Man (31 Oct. 1965)

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Admiral Nelson is contacted by a strange man claiming to be from the Office Of Naval Intelligence. He gives Nelson a cryptic message that Penfield is not to be allowed to become Secretary of the Navy.

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Admiral Nelson is contacted by a strange man claiming to be from the Office Of Naval Intelligence. He gives Nelson a cryptic message that Penfield is not to be allowed to become Secretary of the Navy.

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Leith Stevens Score Gives This A Lift
25 July 2010 | by See all my reviews

Just like Voyage's last episode - Escape From Venice - this episode is given a HUGE lift from the music composer and in this case it is Leith Stevens who also worked wonders on season two's Time Bomb episode. However, Leith Stevens seems to be a very under-rated composer as almost nobody gives this guy the credit he deserves? Maybe I have a strange taste in music?

Richard Basehart is always a joy to watch and listen to, even when the script is less pleasing as it is here with The Left-Handed Man. I can just marvel at the acting talents of this highly under-rated actor...as under-rated as Leith Stevens you might say. Despite the last episode and this episode being a bit on the average side, I am still totally pleased with season two as no series ever made is outstanding every single week. It just does not happen in television.


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