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It has its moments of hilarity it has its moments of genuine drama but this mid season Voyage episode written (rapidly I would assume) by Bill Welch as a budget cruncher has its classic moments. Terry Becker is top notch in this show clearly relishing a chance to do more than "fire torpedoes".
I like this, its well directed has a good musical score and the most amazing sensory system EVER devised in explored space " sensors are detecting a live loaded automatic weapon in the Admirals cabin", (or words to that effect) wowsers!
Fun if you engage neutral, sit back and enjoy..
Enjoy it on DVD!
One of Voyage's weirdest Voyages but thoroughly enjoyable of course, the prologue looks somewhat rushed with water splashes visible on the backcloth and a horrendous continuity error with a balustrade. Scenes from "Anne of the Indies" (1951) provide the pirate battle-scenes and the wonderful Sutton Roley is up to his usual camera tricks one of which involves the not inconsiderable feat of shifting two Nuclear Missile silos 20ft away from the normal position (for this episode only) just to let the camera dolly in!! Marvellous.
The show has some classic moments and a considerable amount of underwater footage, the Pirate flag drop is sensational! Its mad as a box of frogs but totally fun.
Best consumed while under the influence (of anything)!!