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Lloyd Bridges    DVD
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Big Bill TOP 100 REVIEWER
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Lloyd Bridges is priceless in "Airplane" as the Tower manager. That was near the end of his career. Sea Hunt was the series that made him a star. Back in the day everybody watched Sea Hunt. The SCUBA technology was new enough to be fascinating by
itself , but also there are the usual bad guys to be thwarted , and deadly situations to be handled. One episode has a fighter pilot
with a jambed canopy having to ditch in water requiring a daring rescue before his air runs out. Another has an early space probe
requiring pickup from the ocean floor. Of course , for dramatic purposes , creatures of the deep are portrayed as the threat
whether that is reality or not. Because a lot of the scenes are underwater there is first person narration as opposed to
dialogue when underwater. Good stuff for oldsters , and as I've said before ; more entertaining than modern TV.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars GLUG GLUG GLUG May 31 2013
By dr myke
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let me start by sayin GLUG GLUG GLUG
it was better than i remembered the series
the science is great
the actors were fun
the plots and intrigue was good writing
all in all just good TV for its time.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent & Highly Recommended Feb. 7 2014
By D. Bell
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Back in the 1950s, I'd always rushed home from school to watch the latest episode of Sea Hunt. This show has lost nothing over the years; it's as captivating and entertaining now as it was then when it first aired. The quality of the digitized picture is excellent, clear, and crisp. I hope MGM releases more of these 24 Hour Marathon products. Highly recommended!
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars SHOPPING STATISTICS May 8 2013
By David Porta - Published on Amazon.com
56% of Season 1 [22 of 39 episodes]
26% of Season 2 [10 of 39 episodes]
28% of Season 3 [11 of 39 episodes]
55% of Season 4 [21 of 38 episodes]
41% of Entire Series [64 of 155 episodes]

Season 1, Episode 1 Sixty Feet Below (Pilot Episode)
Season 1, Episode 3 Rapture of the Deep
Season 1, Episode 4 Mark of the Octopus
Season 1, Episode 5 Sea Sled
Season 1, Episode 6 Female of the Species
Season 1, Episode 7 Mr. Guinea Pig
Season 1, Episode 9 Gold Below
Season 1, Episode 10 Recovery
Season 1, Episode 11 Killer Whale
Season 1, Episode 13 The Shark Cage
Season 1, Episode 16 The Poacher
Season 1, Episode 17 Girl in the Trunk
Season 1, Episode 18 The Sponge Divers
Season 1, Episode 19 Diamond River
Season 1, Episode 20 Alligator Story
Season 1, Episode 23 Legend of the Mermaid
Season 1, Episode 30 The Shipwreck
Season 1, Episode 31 The Big Dive
Season 1, Episode 32 Birthday Present
Season 1, Episode 35 The Amphibian
Season 1, Episode 37 Decoy
Season 1, Episode 38 The Sea Has Ears

Season 2, Episode 1 The Alcatraz Story
Season 2, Episode 4 Underwater Labyrinth
Season 2, Episode 20 The Briefcase
Season 2, Episode 21 Cave Diving
Season 2, Episode 25 Treasure Hunt
Season 2, Episode 26 Sea Serpent
Season 2, Episode 29 The Female
Season 2, Episode 33 Proof of Guilt
Season 2, Episode 34 Chained
Season 2, Episode 35 Ransom

Season 3, Episode 7 Counterfeit
Season 3, Episode 9 Jade Cavern
Season 3, Episode 14 Pirate Gold
Season 3, Episode 15 The Living Fossil
Season 3, Episode 17 Sacred Pool
Season 3, Episode 18 Cindy
Season 3, Episode 19 Cross Current
Season 3, Episode 21 The Cellini Vase
Season 3, Episode 33 The Missing Link
Season 3, Episode 37 Beyond Limits
Season 3, Episode 39 Man Overboard

Season 4, Episode 1 Point of No Return
Season 4, Episode 2 River Treasure
Season 4, Episode 4 Vital Error
Season 4, Episode 6 Sperling of Lamatsue
Season 4, Episode 7 Rescue
Season 4, Episode 9 Hot Tracer
Season 4, Episode 11 Amigo
Season 4, Episode 13 Survival Kit
Season 4, Episode 14 Expedition
Season 4, Episode 15 Bionics
Season 4, Episode 17 Niko
Season 4, Episode 18 Cougar
Season 4, Episode 21 Quicksand
Season 4, Episode 22 Lost Island
Season 4, Episode 23 Baby
Season 4, Episode 27 Dark Evil
Season 4, Episode 28 Sunken Car
Season 4, Episode 31 Imposter
Season 4, Episode 32 Superman
Season 4, Episode 34 P.T. Boat
Season 4, Episode 36 Skipper


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51 of 55 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun TV relic, beautifully presented Nov. 11 2012
By Gary M. Gerani - Published on Amazon.com
SEA HUNT was the most successful of producer Ivan Tors "techno-ventures" produced for TV in the late '50s/early '60s. These were engaging, half-hour semi-documentaries about survival in challenging environments, whether under the sea (as with this series, which introduced always-enjoyable Lloyd Bridges to TV audiences), in the air (THE MAN AND THE CHALLENGE) or even in outer space (MEN INTO SPACE). Apart from the pleasures of the show itself, I'm delighted to report that the transfer quality of these episodes is nothing short of spectacular; they appear to be mastered directly from the 35mm negatives, and the odds are most viewers have never seen SEA HUNT looking quite this good. Although TGG has announced season-by-season releases of the TV series in their "Marathon" program, this attractive box set provides an excellent value and might get the job done right now -- it contains over 60 episodes with the pilot and a good deal of Season One included. Highly recommended!
30 of 33 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth the wait! Dec 9 2012
By wvdv552 - Published on Amazon.com
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I pre-ordered this set when it was first announced and waited for it to be in stock and ready to ship. It was well worth the wait. The sound and picture quality are as good as any other DVD's that I've purchased. The box is oversized to accomodate four standard DVD cases, with two discs per DVD case. It's great to be able to watch Sea Hunt again!
20 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sea Hunt Marathon is excellent release Dec 9 2012
By Bo Knows - Published on Amazon.com
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There is no other offering of Sea Hunt that matches the quality of this set - 24 Hour Marathon. Where it particularly shines is in the underwater photography where in other sets I have owned it come across murky because of poor reproduction. Lloyd Bridges was a fine dramatic actor and most of his career he played dramatic roles until the later part of his career. Good value, great quality, but clunky packaging. The set does breaks down into four standard slipcases for easier storage.

This early series intelligently incorporated science and technology into its plots. Good to see quality releases like this from the Golden Age of Television.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars About 40% of the total 4 season series in one collection! Feb. 14 2013
By mcphert1 - Published on Amazon.com
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Before receiving this collection, I tried to search online to see which episodes were included (to no avail). Each of the four seasons is 39 episodes, except the fourth which is 38 episodes. This collection is 64 out of the 155 episodes, featuring Season 1 (22 of 39), Season 2 (10 of 39), Season 3 (11 of 39) and Season 4 (21 of 38). I do not intend to list the episodes as I don't have time to type 64 episode titles, but hopefully the manufacturer will do that at some stage.

As to video quality, it appears pretty good for its age. Unfortunately, there are no extras, but I am just grateful to have these episodes released and in such good condition. There is a chapter stop in each episode after the opening titles (good) but none after that during the episode(not so good). The collection comes with four 2 DVD cases, housing the 8 discs. Some of the discs were loose on arrival but hopefully they have not been damaged (I have not watched all episodes yet).

For someone wishing to get 40% of the whole series for around twenty bucks, in my view this collection represents great value and is recommended. If you buy this, get sucked in and then decide to get the whole series (each season is to be released separately), then there will be some doubling up, although less so with Season 2 and 3 which only have about one quarter of their respective seasons. If you think you might like the lot, you could dip your toe in the water by buying the first season. Decisions, decisions....
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