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"Sea Hunt"

Discussion in 'History of Diving Museum' started by j00114, Apr 6, 2009.

  1. james croft

    james croft Solo Diver

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    SEA HUNT, did some body say "SEA HUNT?"
     
  2. debajo agua

    debajo agua Captain

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    I love Sea Hunt... Mike Nelson, is one bad MF'er. Nobody to screw with! :D

    I'm still discovering this series.
     
  3. Seahuntjerry

    Seahuntjerry Instructor, Scuba

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    Watch the episodes closely the right hose is the only one that cut.
    The Seahunt series are now on this.tv
    check it out on on the internet and see if you have this in your local programming.
    Jl
     
  4. ntmainstrm

    ntmainstrm Divemaster

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    A couple of weeks ago I watched some Sea Hunt episodes on "Hulu".
     
  5. Pullmyfinger

    Pullmyfinger PADI Pro

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    Location: Guam.
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    +1 on Hulu. There are a lot of tv shows there.

    -Mitch
     
  6. drbill

    drbill The Lorax for the Kelp Forest Scuba Legend

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    Why watch Sea Hunt? I still remember the episodes from when I originally viewed them. Today I dive many of the sites used in filming the series and see Zale Parry diving every year in our dive park. Of course now that I'm diving a single hose, the enemy divers have only one to cut. Gulp.
     
  7. AfterDark

    AfterDark Solo Diver

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    Why watch SeaHunt? Why eat pizza? Why listen to a song more than once? Because it's good! :)
     
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  8. nolatom

    nolatom Captain

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    Down here, it's viewable on the "THIS" cable channel. Only thing is you have to be awake at 4:30 am (right after "Highway Patrol" with Broderick Crawford). Sometimes I am. It's like greeting an old friend.

    Seeing all the episodes whenever you want off a DVD is just too easy. Mike would never do it that way ;-)
     
  9. Paladin

    Paladin Solo Diver

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    Location: West Virginia
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  10. Paladin

    Paladin Solo Diver

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    The right hose is the supply hose. The left hose is the exhaust hose. In the episodes I've been watching recently, it is the supply hose that gets cut.
     

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