TV Rating: TV-G: Mike responds to a "man overboard" situation, but an extensive search turns up no victim.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike tries to outmaneuver a foreign harbormaster as he attempts to retrieve a diplomatic pouch from an airliner that crashed into the sea.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike races foreign agents to a missile fired from Central Asia in order to photograph it on the sea bottom and obtain its data recorder.
TV Rating: TV-G: Another movie company using Mike as an adviser needs his help when a planned torpedo blast traps the star and a Hollywood columnist on-board a sinking ship.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike is sent by the government to investigate a jamming signal affecting a listening station in the Indian Ocean.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike discovers a plant growing profusely on the ocean floor that turns out to be a hybrid cannabis, and he is speared when he investigates further.
TV Rating: TV-G: A scientific society hires Mike to obtain fossil samples from a newly-discovered underwater cavern for the purpose of authentication. It becomes clear someone is trying to commit a fraud. Mike risks his life to discover who it is trying either to discredit a paleontologist or put one over on the scientific world.moreless
TV Rating: TV-G: The Coast Guard asks Mike to investigate the drowning death of a scientist who had invented a new type of rebreather.
TV-Rating: TV-G: When Mike is called upon to teach scuba diving to his former mentor who trained him in helmet diving, he finds that the older man is not physically up to it.
TV-Rating: TV-G: Mike is hired by the leader of a small Latin country to train a pair of underwater demolition experts. When the president is kidnapped by a political opponent, Mike and his men are recruited to rescue the president from the island fortress where he's being held. Mike faces additional dangers because one of hiss men is working for the kidnapper.moreless
TV-Rating: TV-G: Mike goes after a newlywed teenager turned fugitive after a bungled holdup prompts him to hide in the city's storm drain system.
TV-Rating: TV-G: A group of radicals in a small South American country have rigged a sunken munitions ship with 50 tons of dynamite. Mike must disarm the detonators before the explosion destroys the nation's harbor and capital city.
TV-Rating: TV-G: While helping to test a friend's underwater radio device, Mike discovers a submerged radio beacon, camouflaged and guarded by an electric gun.
TV-Rating: TV-G: Mike straightens out a pair of teenagers who poisoned a shark Mike had captured for Marineland.
TV-Rating: TV-G: Mike helps a friend in the military with his tests of underwater radar equipment.
TV-Rating: TV-G: Mike and an old war buddy use a new, untested rebreather to investigate an underwater missile site being constructed in the channel of a privately-owned island.
TV-Rating: TV-G: An East Indian oceanographer vanishes during a series of underwater experiments with infra-red light.
TV-Rating: TV-G: While diving in Lake Ontario, Mike is sent by the Coast Guard to investigate an item that crashed into the lake nearby, which may be an enemy ICBM.
TV-Rating: TV-G: Mike becomes suspicious when his hired dive on a Spanish galleon yields a rare art treasure.
TV-Rating: TV-G: Mike discovers the wreck of a navy ship that disappeared mysteriously, and is joined by a pair of its former crew members when he dives to examine it.
TV-Rating: TV-G: Mike searches for a vanished oceanographer by retracing her charted course.
TV-Rating: TV-G: Mike tries to reach a little girl trapped in the air shaft of a mine located at the edge of a man-made lake, but the potential for a landslide hampers his attempt.
TV-Rating: TV-G: Mike faces arrows and an alligator in the Mayan jungle while searching for a drug that could be a boon to medicine or a dangerous narcotic.
TV-Rating: TV-G: Scientists risk triggering a tidal wave when they ignore Mike's warnings about the strength of the explosive charges they're using.
TV-Rating: TV-G: While supervising an expedition in the Indian Ocean to find a rare coelacanth fish, Mike finds that the organizer is dangerously eager to impress his fiance.
TV-Rating: TV-G: While marking underwater sites for demolition by a construction company, Mike learns that a young boy is trapped in a submerged grotto that has already been mined with an explosive.
TV-Rating: TV-G: A new revolutionary leader asks Mike to help him retrieve his country's hidden gold reserves, believed to have been hidden aboard a scuttled freighter by the ousted former dictator.
TV-Rating: TV-G: In preparation for the visit of a foreign head of state, Mike helps the Coast Guard do a security check on the area.
TV Rating: TV-G: While on patrol with the Coast Guard Auxiliary, Mike discovers a deported crime boss trying to re-enter the country, then has to rescue him from some old enemies.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike finds that someone has tapped the underwater cable used in monitoring a televised missile test.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike, working with a pretty Secret Service agent, poses as a scientist in order to retrieve a cache of counterfeit currency from a crashed Nazi plane off the coast of a Caribbean republic.
Mike and a female radiation safety expert work to remove a dangerously radioactive capsule from a sunken ship before it kills them both from its gamma rays.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike finds high radiation coming from the hull of a foreign freighter, but when the Coast Guard investigates, they find no trace of the radioactivity.
TV Rating: TV-G: Mike attempts to deal a blow to organized crime by using a periscope camera to photograph a secret meeting of mob bosses at a lakeside estate.
TV Rating: TV-G: A swimsuit designer hires Mike to do an underwater fashion shoot, but corporate espionage interferes with the job.
TV Rating: TV-G: Working for the State Department, Mike attempts to rescue a political prisoner in South America by using a harbor city's canal system.