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EPS 75. The Heat Monster....1717ALAN..avi
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea was the brainchild of Writer/Producer/Director Irwin Allen... the "Master of Disaster."
It ran on ABC from September 14, 1964 to September 15, 1968 for 110 episodes (32 in black and white [1964-65] and 78 in color [1965-68]), and was for its four years of some of the best and most exciting science fiction on TV at the time. While the series became rather fanciful as it wore on, it remained an entertaining, action-filled adventure.
Voyage to the bottom of the sea Episode 75 The Heat Monster(1717alan)
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Frame Rate - 23fps
Data Rate - 168kbps
Compression - Xvid
Duration - 50 Mins Approx
Bit Rate - 102kbps
Audio Format - Mp3
Episode 75 The Heat Monster
Arctic Listening Station XZ-5 receives a message from a voice from space ("laser beeeeeam"). Professor Bergstrom, ignoring the advice of his assistant, activates their beam and brings the alien, living flame, to Earth. Now, this Heat Monster wants the Seaview to detonate a bomb under the polar ice cap. How can the intrepid crew defeat this new menace?
Writer: Charles Bennett
Director: Gerald Mayer
Star: Terry Becker (CPO Francis E. Sharkey (Second Season on)), Richard Bull (Doc), Richard Basehart (Admiral Harriman Nelson (ret.)), David Hedison (Captain Lee B. Crane), Robert Dowdell (Lt. Commander Chip Morton), Del Monroe (Kowalski), Paul Trinka (Patterson), Arch Whiting (Sparks)
Guest Star: Alfred Ryder (Prof. Bergstrom), Don Knight (Sven Larsen)