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Updated: July 12, 2018

Summer films are aimed at the young and restless who frequented the movie theaters and drive-ins of their respective eras. Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea captured the national excitement of the nuclear submarine program. While the special effects departments of most Hollywood studios were in their infancy, this film goes to the limit of what was then available. The submarine Seaview is undergoing some trial dives. The sub's designer Admiral Harriman Nelson (Walter Pidgeon) and the commanding officer of the Seaview, Captain Lee Crane (Robert Sterling) accommodate a psychologist Dr. Susan Hiller (Joan Fontaine) and scientist Commodore Lucius Emery (Peter Lorre). There is a background love story between Crane and the only other woman on board, Lt. Cathy Connors (Barbara Eden). The teen appeal factor is provided by pop singer Frankie Avalon (Lt.jg Frankie Romano).

Retails: $50.

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