Yes, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Links
a load of the Institute's layout, Seaview blueprints, and much
more at N.I.M.R.
Seaview! Seaview!! Seaview!!! (and Flying
|| The Sub
Committee has plenty of cool info, links
and photos of familiar vehicles of the underwater type .
out about television programs that
have featured submarines.
of Seaview studio restorations, Flying Sub, and great shot of the Diving Bell. Rick
Quisenberry's Modeling Page Seaviews-O-plenty
out details on one fine way the Aurora
Flying Sub model
can be built.
kind of cheating here. Kev's is not per se a Voyage site, but
is a site featuring a great collection of submarine
graphics. If you're hunting for sub-surface images, you
might dive in here.
Voyage FanFiction Sites.
one--Expanding Technical Data Base of Nelson Institute for Marine Research and fanfiction NIMR
two-- Daffron &
Delaney's version of Voyage....fan fiction and
three--feast your literary side--go to Carol Foss' Seaview
four--go to The
Captain's Log and log on.
six--check out the bravado at Bravo
|| Chapter seven--Sail
Waters. Voyage FanFiction of varied genres. This
site is well laid out, fun to maneuver and growing.
Check out Teela's
Cast and Crew Websites.
out Stephanie Kellerman's new page all about Richard
Guaranteed to grow on you.
about David Hedison on the official
David Hedison website
Clark (Paul Carr) could always
be depended on to wig out and to show up on Voyage in later seasons,
even though he'd been killed off in season two. He definately
has his fans.
Check out Paul
first obvious place to go for information on all Voyage cast
and crew (including Terry Becker, Del Monroe, Bob Dowdel and
the rest of the gang, plus Irwin Allen is
Allen News Network.
Voyage Related Websites.
the lowdown on the Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea collectibles.
This site has the general information correct, but I'm guessing
the estimated values of said collectibles are probably out of
date. Prices have been goin up.
does a "normal" person (wait--I take that back--a writer
couldn't be a normal person) think of the little one-line plot
blurbs that appear in TV Guide and newpapers describing any particular
episode of our favorite underwater adventure? Voyage
to a Very Unusual Place thanks to the San Fransisco
heres a really neat contribution from Charles Mento. He
puts the Irwin Allen series and all of their offshoots including
comic books, paperbacks, hardbacks, movies--you name it, he's
got--in a complete Irwin
Allen Time-line along with Adam and Eve, Daniel
Boone, King Arthur and the Loch Ness Monster! Hats off
to Mr. Mento!
There are some neat, if inscrutable
Japanese Voyage websites. I have made contact with a Voyage
fan in Japan who is also into RC model building. Check
these sites out! :)
Select Irwin Allen Related Websites
out what Irwin Allen films are being broadcast during the current
month. Go to TV
Now Presents Irwin Allen .
Science Fiction Movie and TV links. Science
Fiction Movies on TV (Current Schedule--yes,
current, as in now.)
TV Showcase. Find
all things television--science fiction plus everything
else from The A Team to Your Show of Shows. Commercials,
music, analysis, you name it. Watch out! Here
comes the kitchen sink.
The depth of coverage varies from series to series.
Things. When it comes to movie and TV publicity
photos, this company is about as fast, complete and reliable
as they get.
It is also the cheapest, and allows you to purchase different
photo sizes, depending on your needs and your budget. Forget
ebay, go with Still
Fiction Literature Links.
Science and Science Fiction
Ultimate Science Fiction Web Guide
Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America
Go to the
the high-definition Definitions
of Science Fiction page