Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea

Season 1 Episode 16

Hail To The Chief

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Aired Monday 7:30 PM Dec 28, 1964 on ABC
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Hail To The Chief
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The President is scheduled to attend a major summit meeting in Geneva when he suffers a severe head injury. For security reasons, medical treatment must occur aboard the Seaview. An enemy agent infiltrates the submarine to make sure the President never leaves Seaview alive.

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Nancy Kovack

Nancy Kovack

Monique

Guest Star

Viveca Lindfors

Viveca Lindfors

Laura

Guest Star

John Hoyt

John Hoyt

General Beeker

Guest Star

Del Monroe

Del Monroe

Kowalski

Recurring Role

Robert Dowdell

Robert Dowdell

Chip Morton

Recurring Role

Henry Kulky

Henry Kulky

Chief Curley Jones

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  • TRIVIA (5)

    • The date shown on a calendar at the beginning of this episode is June 24, 1973.

    • Uncredited roles:

      Susan Flannery (Steno girl), Paul Carr (Crewman Clark), James Doohan (Larry Tobin), Barry Kroeger (Chairman), Tom Palmer (Dr. Taylor), Lorence Kerr (Joe Oberhansley), James Seay (Secretary of State), Irwin Allen (Crewman's voice), Viola Harris (Secretary), Paul Sorenson (Man), Nigel McKeand (Sonar), Ray Didsbury (Crewman)

    • The steno spy has been listening in on the high-security discussion, so she knows that the information being carried by Kowalski will be the coordinates for the rendezvous point. After all the trouble they go to in waylaying Kowalski, the enemy never makes use of the information.

    • During the "egg demonstration" a cigarette suddenly springs into the Chairman's mouth. We might possibly have missed seeing him lift the cigarette up, but a short time later, while both hands are full with Dr. Rettig's lead apron, the cigarette vanishes completely.

    • Watching the diving bell being lowered, it slowly swings out of sight of the observation nose. We hear a tremendous crashing sound, but neither Crane nor Nelson is alarmed. The assumption might be that the noise was the bell connecting with the hull--but when the camera cuts away to an outside view, the bell has not yet connected.

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