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!