Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season 3, Episode 13

The Lost Bomb (11 Dec. 1966)

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An unfriendly government shoots down a cargo plane carrying a new top secret bomb. The race is on to retrieve the bomb and avoid detection from the enemy before the bomb can be accidentally exploded.

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An unfriendly government shoots down a cargo plane carrying a new top secret bomb. The race is on to retrieve the bomb and avoid detection from the enemy before the bomb can be accidentally exploded.

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Seven Out Of Ten Small Screen Disaster Show
3 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

Nelson must disarm a bomb on Seaview, a bomb that could destroy a large part of the world.

The Lost Bomb has a lot going for it: A great story, Gerald Mohr from Lost In Space's A Visit To Hades, good Flying Sub action, a lot of Kowalski and a knockout explosive final moment in the Seaview missile room that ranks as one of season three's finest moments.

This situation of Crane and Kowalski going out in the Flying Sub to face the enemy, while Nelson remained on the Seaview to deal with another problem, would repeat itself in year three's Doomsday Island.

This episode sees the return of composer Alexander Courage, the guy who did two scores for Voyage season two (including The Cyborg) that rank as some of Voyage's best music ever. However, while The Lost Bomb score is okay, it does not compare to his season two music. Courage would return to Voyage season four but, once again, not do music that matched season two.


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