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Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea - The Complete Collection [DVD] 
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Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea The Complete Series contains all 110 episodes of the show over 31 discs.
Join Admiral Nelson (Richard Basehart), Captain Crane (David Hedison) and the rest of the crew aboard the Seaview, the earth s most powerful nuclear submarine, and dive deep into the unknown in this Complete Collection.
Never Before Seen Pilot Episode - Eleven Days To Zero (Unaired Pilot), Home Movie Footage From Irwin Allen (No Audio), Promotional Reel, David Hedison Interview, Blooper Reel, Still Galleries - Presentation Book, Production/Behind The Scenes, Merchandise, Original US Broadcast Information, Special Effects Footage (No Audio), Broadcast Pilot With Original TV Commercials and 1966 Audio Interviews (Richard Basehart & David Hedison)
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Inside there are four boxes of varying size that store all four series.
Now a series back then could easily be 26 episodes so you have around 100ish episodes to watch, each about an hour in length, a crazy amount!!!
The first series in in Black and White but then changes to Colour for the remaining three series, they also introduce one of my favourite craft, the flying sub in the Second series.
Inside there is also a small booklet 6-8 pages in full colour.
There are lots of extras too even an unaired pilot episode you won't likely have seen anywhere else.
I'm loving this, one of the best boxed sets I have bought in a while.
This show holds many great childhood memories for me. Originally broadcast from 1964/68, this US sci-fi/adventure/fantasy series follows the exploits of the crew aboard the "Seaview"....a hi-tech, state-of-the-art atomic submarine. Officially titled a research vessel, the sub is in fact a sophisticated weapon against threats of espionage and war. The first season is primarily concerned with the aforementioned threats to national and world security, with further episodes veering increasingly towards more fantasy themed stories, involving the likes of aliens, sea monsters, and even a rampaging gorilla!
The impressive cast put in good performances, the lead characters include Admiral Harriman Nelson (Richard Basehart) and Captain Lee Crane (David Hedison). Series creator and producer, Irwin Allen employed the sets and miniatures from his 1961 movie of the same title, and the special effects are fine (for the time), along with good production values. From the master of 60's family entertainment, the show displays many familiar Irwin Allen ingredients: action, adventure, fantasy & peril.Read more ›
At school we would recap the latest episodes in the playground.
When I saw this box set for a very reasonable price of £53.99, I just had to buy it......and I can tell you I have not been disappointed. So what that the special effects don't come upto the high demands that this generation of youngsters expect. The storylines can be humerous and inventive, but as with a lot of shows, reflected the political situation and views of the time.
Most importantly this box set is thoroughly enjoyable and nostalgic entertainment for that little boy who never quite grew up!
This series is great fun. It`s full of escapist novelty. You cannot take it too seriously, its just meant to be fun.
Some film footage from the movie and even the model of the submarine were used in this TV version that had a slightly different cast. This first series gets off to a good start with some interesting plots, good scripts and good acting.
The production style gave an originality to the small screen and it was well received both in America and the UK. Here in the UK the first series was screened in its original year of release on TV unlike later series.
However every episode from the first series to the last series of Voyage to the bottom of the sea was screened on ITV during a slot around 4.40pm on Thursday afternoons during the early 1970s. Voyage to the bottom of the sea was later repeated on channel four on Sunday mornings during the 1990s.
The seaview is the worlds most advanced nuclear submarine, created by its commander, retired Admiral Haarriman Nelson, and housed in a pen at his Nelson Institute of Marine Research, Santa Barbara, California. It is six hundred feet long. It can dive to and travel faster than any of its rivals and is equipped with all the latest devices including atomic torpedoes. It carries a separate mini sub, a diving bell, a snowcat, and an innovative flying fish, a vessel capable of water and air travel.Read more ›
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The black and white first series takes some getting used to and the production values on the box itself are minimal but the series is still well worth watching more than half a... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Graham Paine
What memories this series brings back to a 59 year old! I just love watching this today, even though it is corny; the special effects are dated, and not every crew member hurled... Read morePublished 2 months ago by songbird
This is a wonderfully nostalgic and submersive series for those like me, who watched it as children. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Whovian