The Twilight Zone/The Thirty Fathom Grave

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The Thirty Fathom Grave
Season 4, Episode 2
Airdate January 10, 1963
Production Number 4857
Written by Rod Serling
Directed by Perry Lafferty
Produced by Herbert Hirschman
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The Thirty Fathom Grave is the second episode of the fourth season of The Twilight Zone, and the one hundred fourth episode overall.

Starring: Mike Kellin (Chief Bell), Simon Oakland (Captain Beecham)

Additional Cast: David Sheiner (Doc), John Considine (McClure), Bill Bixby (OOD), Conlan Carter (Ensign Marmer), Forrest Compton (ASW Officer), Henry Scott (Jr. OOD), Tony Call (Lee Helmsman), Charles Kuenstle (Sonar Operator), Derrik Lewis (Helmsman), Vincent Baggetta (Sailor), Louie Elias (Sailor)

Uncredited: Rod Serling (Host)

Contents

Plot Overview

In the early 1960's, as a U.S. Navy ship cruises near Guadalcanal in the South Pacific, its sonar detects muted hammering on metal undersea. The eerie sounds emanate from a submarine on the ocean floor, maybe there since World War II. A very nervous crew member (Mike Kellin) on the ship served aboard that sub - and he was its sole survivor.

Notes

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

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