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Flaming Ice 

Investigating why the world's oceans are rising, the Seaview finds a race of Frost Men at the Polar Cap who are increasing the temperature and they want the submarines' reactor to help them leave the earth.

Director:

Robert Sparr

Writers:

Irwin Allen (created by), Arthur Browne Jr.
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Episode cast overview:
Richard Basehart ... Adm. Harriman Nelson
David Hedison ... Capt. Lee B. Crane
Michael Pate ... Gelid
Terry Becker ... Chief Francis Ethelbert Sharkey
Del Monroe Del Monroe ... Kowalski
Paul Trinka Paul Trinka ... Patterson
Richard Bull ... Doctor
Frank Babich Frank Babich ... Frost Man #2
George Robotham George Robotham ... Frost Man #2
Robert Dowdell ... Lt. Comdr. Chip Morton (credit only)
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Investigating why the world's oceans are rising, the Seaview finds a race of Frost Men at the Polar Cap who are increasing the temperature and they want the submarines' reactor to help them leave the earth.

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Adventure | Sci-Fi

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Language:

English

Release Date:

3 March 1968 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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This Episode: A One Scene Wonder
5 September 2010 | by StuOzSee all my reviews

Frost Men aliens (the leader played by Michael Pate) appear and make trouble with the world's weather.

This episode begins like a million dollars: great music score placed over the underwater footage and our first look at the Frost Men aliens/Frost Men cave set. However, once we get into act one the music and everything else lacks punch. Not a single word of dialogue in this hour is memorable and that was a problem that damaged some of the final episodes of Voyage/Sea (Flaming Ice is the 5th last Voyage episode ever!). Irwin Allen was busy on another Fox sound stage putting together the massive budget Land Of The Giants series.

I was very pleased with Australian actor Michael Pate in season one Voyage episode - Long Live The King - so it is a bit of a struggle to watch him in the same series now playing a Frost Man with a make-up job. However, Pate always loved being on Voyage, I know because I spoke to Pate in Sydney Australia in 1999 just a few years before he passed away.

But having said all this I can say that Flaming Ice is liked by some, I once knew a smart guy in New York who thinks the hour is outstanding.


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