Category Archives: Voyage TV

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea ~ Season 4, Vol. 2 !

After over a year since the release of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea season 4 Vol. 1, 20th century Fox has finally released the final volume of Irwin Allen’s classic 1960s science fiction series Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea: Season Four, Vol. 2! This is quite a relief for fans, as it is not only the… Read more »

“Flying Sub” in 1/32 scale finished!

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Just finished this wonderful Moebius models 1/32 scale Flying Sub. I had a blast building and finishing this wonderful vessle from Irwin Allen’s Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea…designed by long time associate art director Bill Creber and Irwin himself! this timeless design lives on in the imagination of fans and modelers. The flight crew are converted (just slightly) … Read more »

UCLA Library Collection~Irwin Allen Archive/W.B.~Part 1

Just got back from a most wonderful and inspiring 2 day getaway, our trip involved a visit to the Performing Arts Archives to see “The Irwin Allen Papers”…as well as a tour of Warner Bros. studio…first up, was an appointment with the UCLA library to go through about five boxes of material covering Irwin Allen’s big four, we went through… Read more »

The Moebius Seaview! Now Available.

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Huge Seaview Submarine PREORDER by Moebius Models This model kit is now available for Preorder at  The Seaview if  from Moebius Models.  39″ long and based on the television series sub, with 4 windows in the bow and the Flying Sub bay. Details will include a Flying Sub, Diving Bell, detailed control room. The kit may even include small… Read more »

Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea ~ 1961 ~ German program

A nice addition to our collection this Christmas, was this great German program from Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea.  It appears to have been a hand-out at the theatre back when the movie preimered. We found it interesting to note how Walter Pigeon and Joan Fontaine are depicted on the cover..  Miss Fontaine is leaning on Walter Pigeon’s… Read more »