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on June 11, 2017
manque un dvd saison 1 vol1.....pour le reste c,est bon....
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on October 5, 2014
great memories
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on October 8, 2014
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on February 22, 2016
Passable, pas de version française
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on October 31, 2013
long time I was little boy I always watch this show. there no closed caption that time but now I got dvd. have closed caption I really happy tks
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on August 13, 2006
VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA (ABC 1964-68) makes an auspicious primetime network debut in magnificent colour for its landmark second season (1965-66) featuring a completely remodeled Seaview, the introduction of the fantastic Flying Sub in addition to the series casting of new regulars Terry Becker in the role of Chief (CPO) Francis Ethelbert Sharkey and Allan Hunt as Crewman Stuart "Stu" Riley.

The scripts here are invariably on a par with the very best written for the first season (1964-65) similarly encompasing a wide range of storylines innovatively marking early televised references to the term "Cyborg" (in "The Cyborg") and the advanced scientific concept of genetic engineering (in "The Menfish").

The stellar line up of the finest Hollywood celebrity acting talents recruited from the theatrical stage, motion picture screen and television making guest appearances (typically) remains impressively outstanding with the distinguished presences of Victor Buono, Gia Scala, Phillip Pine, Ina Balin, Vincent Gardenia, Brooke Bundy, Regis Toomey, Renzo Cesana, Lloyd Bochner, Susan Flannery, Liam Sullivan, James Anderson, Barbara Bouchet, Richard Loo, Robert F. Simon, Whit Bissell, George Takei, Karen Steele, John McGiver, Charles Dierkop, Irene Tsu, Roger C. Carmel, Jan Merlin, Pilar Seurat, Robert Cornthwaite, John Zaremba, Audrey Dalton, Kent Taylor, Cyril Delavanti, Bert Freed, Robert Doyle and John Cassavettes.

Richard Basehart and David Hedison dependably give their (by now) customary solid performances especially with the strong story material that these two series stars have to work with throughout this banner second year making it a worthy follow up to the gloriously triumphant first season.

Among the more noteworthy efforts present in the VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA - SEASON TWO, VOLUME ONE 3-disc box set are "Jonah and the Whale," "Time Bomb," "...And Five of Us Are Left," "The Cyborg," "The Left-Handed Man," "The Deadliest Game," "Leviathan," "The Peacemaker," "The Silent Saboteurs" and "The Machines Strike Back."

This extrarordinary DVD set will be comprised of the first 13 colour hour long segments from VOYAGE's second season that includes:

01) "Jonah and the Whale" (19/09/1965)
02) "Time Bomb" (26/09/1965)
03) "...And Five of Us Are Left" (03/10/1965)
04) "The Cyborg" (10/10/1965)
05) "Escape from Venice" (17/10/1965)
06) "The Left-Handed Man" (24/10/1965)
07) "The Deadliest Game" (31/10/1965)
08) "Leviathan" (07/11/1965)
09) "The Peacemaker" (14/11/1965)
10) "The Silent Saboteurs" (21/11/1965)
11) "The X Factor" (05/12/1965)
12) "The Machines Strike Back" (12/12/1965)
13) "The Monster from Outer Space" (19/12/1965)

The supplemental bonus material contains 20 minutes of revealing behind-the-scenes Special Effects test film footage some of which was likely earlier previewed in the VOYAGE segment of the 1995 THE FANTASY WORLDS OF IRWIN ALLEN tv documentary special.

An additional treat is that the new season's premiere episode "Jonah and the Whale" is endowed with a completely different opening and closing titles theme music composed by the late Jerry Goldsmith which was used specifically as such for this segment but further effectively employed as evocative background scoring for subsequent episodes of the second year as well.

As with the previous first season volumes one and two DVD sets the video transfers utilized are also similarily taken from the original vault stored pristine 35mm colour print negative source elements fully restored and digitally remastered in high definition for optimum picture and sound quality.

For those VOYAGE fans who have been anxiously anticipating these splendidly produced colour presentations from the series' smash hit second season this particular DVD collection should prove to be well worth the wait and a marvellous continuation to the outstanding first season adventures further chronicling the exciting, remarkable underwater exploits (set during the not-too-distant future in the mid to late 1970s) of the Earth's final great frontier with Admiral Harriman Nelson, Captain Lee Crane and the stalwartly intrepid crew of the SSRN Seaview in one of the most popular and best remembered SF tv shows of the 1960s. Primetime network series television has seldom been done better than it was here.

Jeff T.
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on September 14, 2014
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on April 28, 2013
Merci pour cet envoi rapide et soigné. J'ai bien reçu le dvd en très bonne état, à temps et sous blister.
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on October 7, 2014
very good but its not bilingual in french its spanish ,English not french ....
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on June 10, 2006
After watching the initial 16 black-and-white, hour length episodes in addition to the unaired colour pilot of "Eleven Days to Zero" (14/09/1964) in the VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA - SEASON ONE, VOLUME ONE 3-disc set I was pleasantly surprised to find that there were absolutely no technical problems encountered with all this considerably hefty amount of viewing pleasure crammed onto a mere 3 DVDs as I initially feared.

I'm pleased to report that the volume one collection turned out to be a truly exceptional tv premium and can be highly recommended to all devout VOYAGE fans.

The impending volume two set (scheduled for release on July 11th, 2006) is no less impressive in content with many outstanding efforts presented taken from a consistently excellent first season (1964-65) most notably being "Mutiny," "Doomsday," "The Invaders," "The Buccaneer," "The Human Computer," "The Saboteur," "The Amphibians," "The Enemies," "The Condemned" and "The Traitor."

The glittering galaxy of star-studded celebrities making brilliant guest appearances in the latter half of the first season formidably includes Robert Duvall, Donald Harron, Michael Constantine, Barry Atwater, Harold J. Stone, Warren Stevens, Edward Asner, John Anderson, Rudy Solari, Skip Homeier, Leslie Nielsen, Torin Thatcher, J.D. Cannon, Henry Silva, Michael Pate, David Sheiner, Bert Freed, John Van Dreelan, Malachi Throne, Arthur Franz, Joe De Santis and George Sanders.

Not to mention boasting the fresh, vibrantly energetic performances by the series' two dynamic leads Richard Basehart and David Hedison whose interest and enthusiasm in their respective roles delightfully shines throughout in the course of these most extraordinary 32 segments that would be produced.

The final 16 first season episodes contained in the volume two set consists of:

17) "The Last Battle" (04/01/1965)
18) "Mutiny" (11/01/1965)
19) "Doomsday" (18/01/1965)
20) "The Invaders" (25/01/1965)
21) "The Indestructible Man" (01/02/1965)
22) "The Buccaneer" (08/02/1965)
23) "The Human Computer" (15/02/1965)
24) "The Saboteur" (22/02/1965)
25) "Cradle of the Deep" (01/03/1965)
26) "The Amphibians" (08/03/1965)
27) "The Exile" (15/03/1965)
28) "The Creature" (22/03/1965)
29) "The Enemies" (29/03/1965)
30) "The Secret of the Loch" (05/04/1965)
31) "The Condemned" (12/04/1965)
32) "The Traitor" (19/04/1965)

Most significant among the special bonus material to be included is a taped interview conducted with none other than David Hedison himself (expanded from his guest appearance on THE FANTASY WORLDS OF IRWIN ALLEN 1995 tv documentary) who provides an enlightening, firsthand, behind-the-scenes account of this landmark SF tv series' production in addition to offering his personal viewpoints specifically pertaining to Mr. Hedison's working relationships with the show's two prime movers Richard Basehart and Irwin Allen.

As with volume one fully restored and digitally remastered, pristine video transfers taken from the original 35mm source elements will be utilized providing optimum visual and sound clarity for maximum entertainment pleasure.

By the first year's end not only would VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA (ABC 1964-68) commendably prove itself to be a television sensation and renewed for the 1965-66 tv season on the ABC Television Network but it would be further honoured with an Emmy Award for L.B. Abbott in the category of Outstanding Special Photographic Effects. A resounding triumph for Irwin Allen who would ambitiously move ahead setting plans for LOST IN SPACE (CBS 1965-68) and THE TIME TUNNEL (ABC 1966-67) two more impressive television projects that would both become highly acclaimed SF tv classics in their own right.

Jeff T.
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