Crane is being interrogated behind an electric sparking brainwashing device. A voice asks him questions. Crane resists but tells them he is an agent for the People's Republic.
Happily they agreed and my writing partner, Mike Clark, and I went off on a search for the people behind the film and the TV series. Along the way we discovered that an executive at 20th Century Fox had two of the original miniatures from the show on display in his office. These were two of the smaller models, the four-foot Seaview and one of the Flying Subs.
Fish underwater near an undersea lab which is continuing 20 years of research started by the main man--the old Dr. Jenkins, younger, more muscular, has pushed the doctor ahead on doing more experimentsusing human subjects--human volunteers. Biochemistry has been changed using drugs and injections which lowered Jenkins' blood pressure, made his eyes able to function in less light, made his skin able to be immersed in water for a longer period of time.
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea is an American science fiction television series based on the film of the same name. Both were created by Irwin Allenwhich enabled the movie's sets, costumes, props, special effects models, and sometimes footage, to be used in the production of the television series. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea was the first of Irwin Allen's four science fiction television series, and the longest-running. The show's theme was underwater adventure.
Click here or on the image above to visit MarkM Models gallery which features the Moebius Seaview model. Click here or on the image above to visit Kyle Clark's model and effects galleries which feature the Moebius Seaview model. Click here or on the image above to visit MarkM Models gallery which features the limited edition Seaview model.
We so often look up in wonder at the stars, we forget to appreciate the amazing world lying beneath our oceans. Of all the sci-fi shows on s television, the underwater adventure Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea is perhaps the most underrated. At first a black-and-white thriller rich with Cold War spy themes, Voyage eventually exploded with color and fantasy plots, bringing in werewolves, aliens, time travel, kaiju monsters and more. If it's a tried-and-true sci-fi concept, odds are it happens in an episode of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea.
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