The original Blackbeard takes over some of the Seaview crew including Kowalski to blow up a ship carrying King Solomon's Golden Throne. The remaining crew try to find a way to disable Blackbeard's power source.

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The original Blackbeard takes over some of the Seaview crew including Kowalski to blow up a ship carrying King Solomon's Golden Throne. The remaining crew try to find a way to disable Blackbeard's power source.

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31 December 1967 (USA)  »

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The title references "Edward Teach" (or Thatch) (1680-1718) known as Blackbeard a notorious English pirate in the Caribbean Sea and western Atlantic. See more »

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31 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

Blackbeard the pirate (Malachi Throne) returns to life in the late 20th century, on Seaview, and he wants to take control of the sub. Before Irwin Allen did The Return Of Captain Nemo (1978) he did The Return Of Blackbeard (1967).

Guest star Malachi Throne holds a special place in the Voyage/Sea universe. Many Voyage guest stars appeared in the show more than once but Malachi was one of the very few to do wonders in BOTH a mundane B&W first season episode - The Enemies - and do wonders in a totally wild colour season episode - Blackbeard. It would of been fun to hear what Malachi thought about being in "both worlds" of Voyage? On top of Malachi's acting, we have a fine light hearted score from Lost In Space's composer: Mullendore! However, the score runs out of punch after act one. And after act two the whole episode runs out of punch.

But the high quality of the start means I can forgive the lesser quality of the second half. My main problem with the second half is Del Monroe's light hearted acting which just does not wash with this viewer.

It is a safe guess that Irwin Allen had little do with this hour (he was putting together Land Of The Giants) as Irwin had no time for comedy in Voyage/Sea...a few regular cast members have mentioned Irwin's dis-like of comedy in Voyage.


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