Nine months ago a diving bell was lost with four men aboard during an Antarctic expedition. One man, Jason Kemp, is found alive. He is suffering from amnesia and can't remember anything ... See full summary »

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Nine months ago a diving bell was lost with four men aboard during an Antarctic expedition. One man, Jason Kemp, is found alive. He is suffering from amnesia and can't remember anything after the dive. Nelson thinks he may be suffering from shock as he rambles on about a tropical land filled with monsters. Kemp and Carol Denning, an underwater photographer and the daughter of one of the missing men, joins the Seaview and returns to the place where the bell was lost. Their bell suffers the same fate and Nelson, Crane, Kemp and Carol Denning somehow find themselves washed up on a tropical beach in the frozen Antarctic. Written by tomtrekp

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26 October 1964 (USA)  »

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David Hedison dresses in the same outfit he wore in The Lost World (1960). Yvonne Craig wears the same outfit Jill St. John wore in that movie, and the long shots are actually of Jill St. John. Vitina Marcus also reprises her role as a native girl. See more »

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Good But Not Great
28 October 2016 | by See all my reviews

A lost tropical world is discovered.

The first of a few Voyage episodes about dinosaurs (the later ones are in colour) but this one has all that cool footage of the full scale diving bell surfacing in a lagoon and two guest stars who would later be known (to me) for roles in super hero shows. We have Yvonne Craig soon to be Batgirl in Batman (1966) and Les Tremayne who eventually become Mentor in Shazam! (1974).

Also, there is a funny bit between Crane and Chip on the deck of the Seaview concerning a cute girl being brought on the sub.

And finally, great "stereo" sound effects on the DVD.

However, there is no question that the hour features just too much stock footage taken from The Lost World (1960) movie.

In a nutshell: this hour is good but not great.


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