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  • From the way they had him dressed and made up, I assume they wanted him to be like Walter Cronkite, but he told the news stories like he were at some boring lecture versus relaying a startling piece of news to his audience
  • It's interesting, and three cheers for the ending theme being the familiar music and not that horrid drip drop of the first couple of shows from this season

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      Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: …And Five of Us Are Left, the third episode of the second season of this series which stars Richard Basehart and David Hedison, puts forth an intriguing and somewhat thought provoking ‘what if’ story that begins with an event from World War II.

      Following are some observations about this particular episode:

      –Nelson’s office, as seen in the first show of this season, has been flipped around. I liked


      the original placement, but it seems they made a few changes. The videophone is more compact, too.

      –The TV reporter was horrible. From the way they had him dressed and made up, I assume they wanted him to be like Walter Cronkite, but he told the news stories like he were at some boring lecture versus relaying a startling piece of news to his audience. Yawn of major proportions here!

      –Here we go with ...


      • the romances. First Nelson had some snuggle time two episodes back, and now Captain Lee Crane (David Hedison) gets some very cozy action with his date before reporting to duty. Hedison fans swooned. I also loved her response when he they were interrupted. It was a hoot.

        –Robert Doyle guest stars as a new man on the Seaview, Frank Werden. The character is new, but not the actor. Doyle was

        a crewman on a couple of earlier episodes, and he had a pivotal one in at least one of those.

        Ultimately, it’s a question of what if the war ended and you didn’t know who won, and then you’re thrust back into the world decades later. It works. It’s interesting, and three cheers for the ending theme being the familiar music and not that horrid drip drop of the first couple of shows from this season.




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