Below the surface lies a world of adventure!
The Complete Collection consists of the 4 seasons, on 31 discs in one box set for the very first time in the UK.
Join Admiral Nelson (Richard Basehart), Captain Crane (David Hedison) and the rest of the crew aboard the Seaview, the earth’s most powerful nuclear submarine, and dive deep into the unknown in this Complete Collection.
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I remember watching this on TV when it first came out in the U.S.. It was cutting edge back then. Even though it is a bit dated it still is good viewing even today. Did not mind the initial series 1 in black and white.
An excellent cult-series, worth to be owned and watched again, if not only to bring back memories, to someone in his fifties or sixties now, from a passed era and from the time it was first broadcasted in the sixties.
I purchased Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea as a present for my husband. He will be over the moon as this is a series he loves.
Excellent television series of the 1960s. Plenty of action and science fiction entertainment. Also some valuable life lessons as well. It is all about the adventures of a scientific research submarine. The submarine, aptly named the Seaview is quite real looking - even for the sixties movie technology. I remember watching the series on television as a boy and It's still just as exciting to watch now. The camaraderie between the crew of the Seaview is phenomenal. This series is suitable for all ages and has no bad language and only modest violence at times. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea is well worth watching and will bring back some fond memories to those who have seen it before. It is great to see the complete series released at last.