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Welcome a spectacular underwater world populated by sinister foreign agents, deadly sea creatures, and evil scientists bent on world domination. This is the world of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Irwin Allen's sci-fi TV classic, a world of beauty, wonder, intrigue, and danger.
Season Two, Volume Two contains some of the most innovative and beloved episodes of the entire series. There's an island inhabited by ferocious dinosaurs, a ghostly U-Boat captain with a deadly agenda, a fire in the sky that threatens to melt the polar ice cap, and more! Prepare yourself for a world unlike any you've ever experienced...Prepare to dive!
While co-stars Richard Basehart ("Adm. Nelson") and David Hedison ("Capt. Crane") continued to command the series with solid performances, the real fun of VTTBOTS came from its guest-stars, and these episodes are no exception. The adventures of the Seaview included a wide variety of familiar actors including Michael Ansara ("Killers of the Deep"), the ubiquitous Nehemiah Persoff ("Deadly Creature Below!"), Robert Loggia ("Graveyard of Fear"), Albert Salmi ("Dead Men's Doubloons"), and assorted day-players like John Dehner, Seymour Cassell, and Arthur O'Connell. So, while the series reached its entertaining high-point with these episodes, it was also walking a knife-edge between occasional innovation and repetitive, overly familiar plots which kept sparks flying (and fires igniting) on the Seaview's bridge while Hedison and his fellow cast members struggled to find new ways to toss themselves around while sub (i.e. the camera) was buffeted by its latest underwater threat. Silly? Perhaps, but one thing is undeniable for every nostalgic fan who invests in these DVDs: Voyage never looked or sounded better. The DVD transfers are consistently pristine, and in the bonus interview clips with Hedison (looking remarkably healthy at age 80), the series co-star readily admits that while he was growing bored with his role, these episodes are a lot more fun that he thought when they were during production, a full 41 years before these DVDs were released. --Jeff Shannon
Among the earliest of my favorite science fiction shows. I enjoyed watching the whole series and found so many scenes that I recalled from long ago. Read morePublished 9 months ago by davegw78
Igrew up watching voyage to bottom of the sea when i was a kid every night before bed time .it is about this submarine that goes under the sea and searches for other life great for... Read morePublished 10 months ago by louie
Would be five stars, except one of the discs I bought five years ago has become unplayable.
At the time I read of people who had problems and therefore ran all of the... Read more
The old shows are sometime the best. Brings back a lot of memory's when I was a kid. Fast delivery and package great!Published 12 months ago by randal raymond bentley
The whole set... from the first to the last season, is FANTASTIC! Buy them all! You won't be disappointed. Thx.Published 13 months ago by cle
As a kid growing up I only ever saw Voyage in Black and White. The colours are so vivid, it's a joy. The second season was the first outing for the fantastic Flying Sub! Read morePublished 17 months ago by Louis Morter
It is , What it is. A Continued series of a Great T.V. ( Television ) Show from the 60's.
What a Trip, to see once again, the show that Even my Mom enjoyed. Read more
Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea isn't all that high tech, but it's good old fashioned fun and the characters are extremely likable.Published 21 months ago by Author Aileen Stewart