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Sea Hunt, TV Series, 1958-1961 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Caza submarina (Argentina)
  • Abenteuer unter Wasser (Austria)
  • Operaciˇn: Rescate (Spain)
  • Remous (France)

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tv boy US

2010-07-19 17:56

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Completed most of Season 2 (1958-59 season). I'm recording this from a local station as it winds through the syndication cycle.

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tv boy US

2010-09-26 03:16

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Completed nearly all of Season 3 (1959-60 TV season) and a handful of episodes from Season 4 (1960-61, the show's final season). I'll post again when I get the rest of the way through Season 4.

tv boy US

2010-09-26 04:13

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Some notable unrated vehicles:

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Mike's boats, and the often-seen seaplane. Mike's boat (the first thumbnail) was called the Argonaut, and at one point I could've sworn I even saw an Argonaut II.


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14Stutz US

2010-09-26 04:35

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The Seaplane is a Grumman Goose.

dsl SX

2010-09-26 17:35

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Not sure if I've ever seen a film with so many Minxes, including the background cars in other entries. Maybe some product placement, but too many older models to explain all of them. Bahamas = Minx Heaven?

tv boy US

2010-09-26 18:11

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dsl wrote Bahamas = Minx Heaven?


That's exactly what I wondered. Did Minx have an affiliation with GM or Chrysler, they seemed to provide the most US vehicles on this show?


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dsl SX

2010-09-26 18:23

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tv boy wrote Did Minx have an affiliation with GM or Chrysler?

Not as far as I know. GM had Vauxhall instead; the late 1960s takeover of Rootes by Chrysler was a long way in the future and only triggered when Rootes started losing huge amounts of money after building Linwood and launching the Imp. 1950s UK production was heavily directed towards exporting to bring in foreign currency in post-WW2 economic policy and Commonwealth areas such as Bahamas were prime targets. Compare though with Dr No, another Bahamas-set film 2-3 years later; apart from Bond's Alpine and a Humber hearse pushed over a cliff while pretending to be a La Salle, there are hardly any Rootes cars.

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atom SE

2010-09-26 18:32

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tv boy wrote BTW can I ask one of the moderators to add this to the completed movie pages for now? TIA.


Done.

dsl SX

2010-09-26 18:53

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If I've understood IMDB correctly, this was filmed in Bahamas and US. So Bahamas scenes they drive on left, US scenes on right. Interesting that all the US cars in the Bahamas scenes are LHD - did Bahamas have a high rate of minor collisions? Similar scenario also in Dr No.

garco NL

2010-09-27 20:02

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Do you have an eposide number for the Ford Squire?

dsl SX

2010-09-28 20:14

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garco wrote Do you have an eposide number for the Ford Squire?

tvboy quoted ep 3.14 /vehicle.php?id=319441 .

yvon52 BE

2011-01-21 14:32

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I just received from a friend in the States the whole serie. 19 DVD's. I'm on DVD one and already seen a lot of interesting cars.

tv boy US

2011-01-25 19:32

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I just added 12 more cars from seasons 1, 2 and 4. I did that before I saw your post, yvon, feel free to add any upgraded images you find if they're better than mine (which is likely since yours would be from DVD and mine were recorded off the air).

Corkeyandpals US

2014-02-15 19:36

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Aircraft at: http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Sea_Hunt

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