Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season 3, Episode 2

Werewolf (25 Sep. 1966)

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Scientists on a tropical island are measuring the radioactivity of a volcano when they are attacked by a wolf. Prof. Hollis shows signs of lycanthropy and threatens everyone on board, especially Admiral Nelson, whom he has infected.

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Scientists on a tropical island are measuring the radioactivity of a volcano when they are attacked by a wolf. Prof. Hollis shows signs of lycanthropy and threatens everyone on board, especially Admiral Nelson, whom he has infected.

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Adm. Harriman Nelson: [Admiral Nelson, Captain Crane and Professor Hollis are discussing what they should do about the radioactive volcano on the island] There's a first time for everything. We've got to try to blow out a volcano before it blows itself out.
Dr. Hollis: Blow it out?
Adm. Harriman Nelson: You know, the way you try to blow out an oil fire, only on a much bigger scale.
Dr. Hollis: It can't be done. A volcano is not an oil well fire, Admiral.
Adm. Harriman Nelson: I know that, but we're hoping the the radioactivity inside the volcano will blow itself out, if we trigger it...
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Sharkey Only Just Saves The Day...Or Episode
31 July 2010 | by See all my reviews

In the last century Voyage/Sea's three Werewolf/Man Beast hours were almost never replayed on Australian television as it was decided that they were too shocking for afternoon re-runs. It was not until 2004/2005 that I finally got to see these long lost hours...a time when I was now a fully grown adult. To be reviewed correctly I feel you need to of seen these three hours as a kid to fully get the impact of them.

Frankly, all three hours don't go over too well with me at the age I am now, but then, I was never that big on horror so maybe I would never of been a fan of Werewolf? My favourite footage in the hour is a short sub-plot with an amusing Chief Sharkey going on about nothing much at all.


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