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City Beneath the Sea

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(NBC, 1/25/1971, 120 mins). Presumably intended as a follow-up to his successful “Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea” TV series, this elaborate Irwin Allen pilot has a group of 21st century colonists inhabiting earth’s first underwater city, called Pacifica, and pitting the predictable good guys against various alien forces. In its theatrical release overseas, this TV movie was known as “One Hour to Doomsday.”

Production Companies Irwin Allen Productions, Twentieth Century Fox Television. Director Irwin Allen. Producer Irwin Allen. Teleplay John Lucas. Based on a Story by Irwin Allen. Photography Ken Peach Jr. Music Richard LaSalle. Editor James Baiotto. Art Directors Rodger Maus, Stan Jolley. Associate Producers George E. Swink, Sidney Marshall.

Cast Stuart Whitman (Adm. Michael Matthews), Robert Wagner (Brett Matthews), Rosemary Forsyth (Lia Holmes), Robert Colbert (Cmdr. Woody Paterson), Susana Miranda (Elena), Burr DeBenning (Dr. Aguila), Richard Basehart (The President), Joseph Cotten (Dr. Ziegler), James Darren (Dr. Talty), Paul Stewart (Mr. Barton), Sugar Ray Robinson (Captain Hunter), Whit Bissell (Professor Holmes), Larry Pennell (Bill Holmes), Tom Drake (General Putnam), Sheila Mathews (Blonde woman), Charles Dierkop (Quinn), Bill Bryant (Captain Lunderson), Robert Dowdell (Young officer), Edward G. Robinson Jr. (Dr. Burkson), Johnny Scott Lee (Tony), Glenna Sergent (Sally), Ray Didsbury (Security guard), Erik Nelson (Triton controller).

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