Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season 2, Episode 10

The Silent Saboteurs (28 Nov. 1965)

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A manned probe is returning to Earth when it is suddenly caught in the grip of a strange force and destroyed. Investigations point to a secret Chinese installation being responsible. Capt ... See full summary »

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A manned probe is returning to Earth when it is suddenly caught in the grip of a strange force and destroyed. Investigations point to a secret Chinese installation being responsible. Capt Crane is tasked with locating the base and destroying it. Written by Chapman_glen@yahoo.com

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VTTBOS as a spy show
11 September 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is an attempt to make Voyage have some "Man from UNCLE"-type stories, which it also had in the first season. This one works primarily because of the cast (David Hedison, Del Monroe, Terry Becker) and the two supporting players (George Takei and Pilar Seurat). The latter two are especially believable as the eventual villain and heroine of the story. It was also done at a time when VTTBOS was still using women as guest stars, something that didn't occur for most of the third season and all of the final one. Note: There are also several continuity problems in the episode, most likely the result of Irwin Allen being too cheap to redo a scene. In one, Capt. Crane prepares to leave the flying sub carrying an underwater flashlight and with a waterproof holster (gun inside) strapped to his weight belt. When he exits the sub, they're gone, although the holster is back on his belt when he gets to shore. Also, when a lone diver (Seurat's character) approaches the sub, her regulator is on the left and her dive knife is strapped to her right leg. She also uses her left hand to activate her voice transmitter. Once aboard the sub, her equipment is reversed and she is obviously right handed. The film of her swimming to the sub was likely "flipped".


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