Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea The Complete Series One DVD
Below the surface lies a world of adventure!
Join Admiral Harriman Nelson, Captain Lee Crane and the crew of the Seaview, as they venture through a breathtaking undersea world in Irwin Allen’s action-packed TV classic, where science-fiction adventure meets espionage thriller!
Welcome aboard the Seaview, ‘the most extraordinary submarine in all the Seven Seas!’ From the outside, the ship appears to be a high-tech research vessel, but it’s actually the mightiest weapon in the Cold War arsenal of the US, sent on perilous, top-secret missions to battle the enemies of mankind.
- Never Before Seen Pilot (Eleven Days To Zero)
- Home Movie Footage From Irwin Allen
- Still Galleries (Presentation Book, Production/Behind The Scenes, Merchandise)
- David Hedison Interviews
- Blooper Reel
- Still Gallery
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I am enjoying the Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea The Complete Series One. I didn't know that the series was in black and white, but it didn't spoil my enjoyment. It was good value for money.