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  • I love it and find it to be a very entertaining movie
  • His part is fairly small, unfortunately, and I always chuckle because they grayed his hair to make him look older

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      One of my very favorite made-for-TV movies is called City Beneath the Sea from 1971. It’s not a great movie in the scheme of Emmy winners, but it is a star-studded affair that has drama, romance, and mystery. I love it and find it to be a very entertaining movie.

      Stuart Whitman stars in this Irwin Allen adventure


      about a marvelous city called Pacifica that exists beneath the sea. Travel there is easy. This is the city of tomorrow. Whitman’s brother is played by Robert Wagner, and these two very different men figure prominently in what happens.

      The main reason I tuned into City Beneath the Sea was for James Darren, who is in my ...


      • very top group of all time favorite performers. His part is fairly small, unfortunately, and I always chuckle because they grayed his hair to make him look older.

        Darren’s Time Tunnel co-star Robert Colbert has a bigger role here and does a fine job, as most of the performers do. Other cast members include Rosemary Forsyth, Burr Debenning,

        Richard Basehart, and even the great Joseph Cotten.

        I love the future look at what could be and even the soap opera elements of this story are enticing. There’s conflict everywhere, and a few surprises thrown in.

        This is a traditional Irwin Allen movie, which means disaster of one sort of another. The question is, can they save Pacifica?




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