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Saturday Night at the Movies: Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea


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Walter Pidgeon Joan Fontaine
Barbara Eden , Peter Lorre
Robert Sterling , Michael Ansara with Frankie Avalon , Regis Toomey
Walter Pidgeon is in command of Seavieio, an experimental glass-nosed atomic submarine of his own design, in this exciting undersea science-fiction adventure.
When the earth is threatened by a deadly belt of radiation, USN Admiral Nelson puts forward a daring scheme to save mankind.
Based on a story by IRWIN ALLEN
Produced and directed by IRWIN ALLEN Films: page 10


Unknown: Walter Pidgeon
Unknown: Joan Fontaine
Unknown: Barbara Eden
Unknown: Peter Lorre
Unknown: Robert Sterling
Unknown: Michael Ansara
Unknown: Frankie Avalon
Unknown: Regis Toomey
Unknown: Walter Pidgeon
Story By: Irwin Allen
Directed By: Irwin Allen
Admiral Nelson: Walter Pidgeon
Dr Hilter: Joan Fontaine
Cathy: Barbara Eden
Emery: Peter Lorre
Capt Crane: Robert Sterling
Alvarez: Michael Ansara
Chip: Frankie Avalon
Dr Jamieson: Regis Toomey
Admiral Crawford: John Litel
Congressman Parker: Howard McNear
Dr ZUCCO: Henry Daniell

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Saturday Night at the Movies: Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

BBC One London, 28 August 1976 18.25

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