When a top secret Neutron Bomb begins leaking radiation, Seaview crew men begin disappearing and those who haven't begin seeing things. The Seaview is racing the clock to fire or disarm the missile before it explodes.

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Adm. Harriman Nelson
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When a top secret Neutron Bomb begins leaking radiation, Seaview crew men begin disappearing and those who haven't begin seeing things. The Seaview is racing the clock to fire or disarm the missile before it explodes.

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22 October 1967 (USA)  »

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Most Like This Hour But I Don't
21 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

Seaview crew members start seeing impossible images.

Over the years I have read a few reviews of this hour and all reviews have been positive, so don't pay too much attention to my negative review you are about to read...perhaps I just want different things from Voyage/Sea?

First problem: Sealed Orders comes after Voyage did four epic episodes (Fires Of Death, Deadly Dolls, Cave Of The Dead and Journey With Fear) so the low budget "thrills" of Sealed Orders hold about as much fun as watching grass grow...after watching four epics.

Second problem: While it is true that I think Voyage/Sea is a better series than Irwin Allen's Land Of The Giants series, I must admit that Giants did a remake of Sealed Orders with - Nightmare - and Giants did it better! The Giants remake even had a doomsday teaser that ranks as one of the most memorable moments in Irwin Allen television history! How could Sealed Orders compare with something like that?

Sorry folks, but as I said, many other fans will like Sealed Orders.


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