Sea Hunt

Season 1 Episode 1

Sixty Feet Below

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Aired Unknown Jan 04, 1958 on
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Sixty Feet Below
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A Navy test plane is ditched just off the coast and Mike is rushed to the site to attach a marker so the plane can be retrieved. He's shocked to discover the pilot still alive in the airtight cockpit with just 15 minutes of oxygen left.

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  • Welcome to the Underwater World of Sea Hunt!

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    This episode was the first in the four year run of this classic underwater series with Lloyd Bridges. It introduced viewers to excitement both under water and above. Lloyd Bridges first episode was a classic and proved its worth. Most of the actors in the series were unknowns at the time but nevertheless enjoyable to watch.
Whit Bissell

Whit Bissell

Mission Team Manager

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Peter Leeds

Peter Leeds

Reiman's Assistant

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Steven Ritch

Steven Ritch

Reiman

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    • Mike Nelson in the opening scene of this first episode isn't wearing scuba gear, but instead a face mask with an umbilical air hose and a wet suit.

    • Goof: At the end of the episode, the boat leaves before Mike puts a replacement marker on the jet. He used the original marker line to haul up the pilot. Before ascending to the surface, Mike does retrieve a monitor camera and a pair of baby shoes. What we don't 't see is Mike placing a new marker on the jet before swimming up or the boat leaving.

    • Goof: When Mike Nelson is ferried to the rescue ship by helicopter, it can be clearly seen that it's a stunt man in the place of Lloyd Bridges in the helicopter. And when this stunt man jumps from the helicopter into the water, he is not wearing a hood for his wet suit. But when Nelson appears on the surface of the water one second later in a close up, he now has a hood on.

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