Voyage chronicled the adventures of the world's first privately owned nuclear submarine, the SSRN Seaview. Designed by Admiral Harriman Nelson, she was a tool of oceanographic research for the Nelson Institute of Marine Research.
Last Episode04x26 No Way Back Aired: Mar. 31, 1968
Seaview experiences a sudden power overload and blows up, killing all hands aboard. When Admiral Nelson (who was at the Nelson Institute at the …
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season 2, Episode #22 - The Death Ship
The body count aboard the Seaview mounts as the damaged ship becomes part of a sinister plot to sabotage a…
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season 2, Episode #14 - Terror On Dinosaur I...
Commander Crane leads the rescue mission as Admiral Nelson and Chief Sharkey struggle to survive on a…
Series Fun Facts
- This is the longest-running of all Irwin Allen-produced science fiction series. It ran for four seasons, from 1964 to 1968.
- The props used in this show, (such as the computers and guns) also were used in Lost in Space, The Time Tunnel, Land of the Giants and Batman.
- Late in the filming of the second season, Richard Basehart fell ill during the filming of the episode "The Monster's Web" and was unable to complete that episode and work in the next two.…
[show]Late in the filming of the second season, Richard Basehart fell ill during the filming of the episode "The Monster's Web" and was unable to complete that episode and work in the next two. "The Monster's Web" was rewritten to minimize the part of his character, Adm. Nelson (knocked out of action in the first act), with a stand-in used for many shots with the face hidden and lines dubbed. The next episode, "The Menfish", had Nelson away and his lines reassigned to guest character Adm. Park (Gary Merrill). The following episode, "The Mechanical Man", had Nelson still away and reassigned his lines to Capt. Crane (David Hedison) and Crane's lines to Cmdr. Morton (Robert Dowdell). Basehart returned in time to appear in the season's last episode, "The Return of the Phantom."