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  • I suppose that in reality that is nothing new, but back in this June 1958 episode, the problem was a pair who had a unique gambit going
  • I like the concept of Nelson working with the patrol and the training sequences

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      In Sea Hunt: Underwater Patrol , there is a crime wave going on in the Florida waters. I suppose that in reality that is nothing new, but back in this June 1958 episode, the problem was a pair who had a unique gambit going. One man released boat

      motors which he’d detach into the ocean where a skin diver would retrieve it, not an easy task since the motors still weigh a lot under the surface.

      As a result of the crimes, the Florida Highway Patrol creates underwater patrol and hires Mike Nelson (Lloyd Bridges) to train them.

      Neil Grant guest starred as Tom Edwards, one of the patrol trainees. Courtney Brown, who is the series’ supervisor of diving operations, plays Herb Warren. Another repeat guest star is Ken Drake. What strikes me about Drake is that on the show he’s always chewing gum, or something.


      • Sea Hunt: Underwater Patrol TV Show
      It’s like a signature or something.

      Once again, Jan Harrison is back, this time playing Judy Aladin, the daughter of James. The two of them are out on their boat when the bad guys show up and rob them, after which they are tied up. This isn’t her best

      appearance.

      I like the concept of Nelson working with the patrol and the training sequences. Those were good scenes. Even the idea of the crimes being thwarted as they were was fun, so all in all, this outing was a decent episode with some good drama attached to it.




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