|"No Way Back"|
| Series Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea|
Season 4, Episode 26
|Air date||March 31st, 1968|
|Producers||Irwin Allen; Bruce Fowler|
|Starring||Richard Basehart; David Hedison|
"The Death Clock"
"No Way Back" is the twenty-sixth episode of season four of the American sci-fi/adventure series Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea and the 110th and final episode of the series overall. It was directed by Robert Sparr with a script written by William Welch. It first aired on ABC on March 31st, 1968.
|Richard Basehart||Admiral Harriman Nelson|
|David Hedison||Captain Lee B. Crane|
Guest Starring Edit
|Terry Becker||Ethelbert Sharkey|
|Henry Jones||Mister Pem|
|Barry Atwater||Benedict Arnold|
|William Beckley||Major John Andre|
|Bob Dowdell||Chip Morton|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This is the final episode of the series. Final appearance of all characters.
- This is the thirty-fourth and final episode of Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea written by William Welch. He is also known for his work on other Irwin Allen projects including Lost in Space and Land of the Giants.
- Actor Richard Basehart will go on to become involved with another TV series featuring a specially enhanced vehicle. He will be the narrator on the 1980s action series Knight Rider.
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