SeaQuest 2032 (1993–1996)
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Bad Water 

A French submarine with school children has been sucked into a fresh water hole, sea quest rushes to save them before their air runs out.

Director:

Bryan Spicer

Writers:

Rockne S. O'Bannon (created by), David Kemper | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview:
Roy Scheider ... Captain Nathan Bridger
Stacy Haiduk ... Lt. Cmdr. Katherine Hitchcock
Don Franklin ... Commander Jonathan Ford
Jonathan Brandis ... Lucas Wolenczak
John D'Aquino ... Lt. Benjamin Krieg
Royce D. Applegate ... Chief Manilow Crocker
Ted Raimi ... Lt. j.g. Timothy O'Neill
Marco Sanchez ... Sensor Chief Miguel Ortiz
Darwin Darwin ... Darwin
Stephanie Beacham ... Dr. Kristin Westphalen
Timothy Omundson ... Dr. Joshua Levin
Dan Hildebrand ... Carlton
Karen Racicot ... Teacher
Elizabeth Storm ... Claire
Frank Welker ... Special Vocal Effects (voice)
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A French submarine with school children has been sucked into a fresh water hole, sea quest rushes to save them before their air runs out.

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TV-PG
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Commander Jonathan Ford: Krieg, can you fish?
Lt. Benjamin Krieg: I had a grandfather, yes.
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Fair underwater thriller
13 August 2020 | by marcgreenmanSee all my reviews

I really like the design of the Seaquest, this is a neat looking ship; the producers have a done a good job with the CGI effects, the set design is also excellent; the whole thing looks very organic, kind of like a squid or some other sea creature. the nearest comparison that i can think of is the nautilus from disney's 20000 leagues under the design, another amazing design. having said this, the craft doesn't seem all that advanced as it soon runs into trouble and gets stuck on the sea bed along with another unfortunate craft. the seaquest is not ultra modern like the uss enterprise, far from it it is far more fallible. the use of the underwater element is quite nice, and must have been hard to film, water usually is. i wonder whether the scenes with a dinghy were filmed at sea or in a very large floatation tank? it looks quite convincing whichever it is. i couldn't understand how an electrical charge could penetrate the hull of the craft, haven't the writer's ever heard of the faraday cage effect? apparently not. the acting appeared fair. the production was lucky to get jaws's roy scheider onboard, although i have read that he leaves after season two. his presence has just the right touch of humanity and authority. the whole concept does remind me a little of irwin allen's voyage to the bottom of the sea, a childhood favourite of mine. this show does not seem to share the same irwin allen mix of ambition and tackiness though, at least from what i have seen so far. we will have to see how that develops.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 November 1993 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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