Monster of the Day #1037 Updated on November 17, 2014 By Ken Begg 18 Comments Inspire the envy of all your pals! Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1641 (Oct 16, 2017) Monster of the Day #1640 (Oct 13, 2017) Monster of the Day #1639 (Oct 12, 2017) Monster of the Day #1638 (Oct 11, 2017) Monster of the Day #1637 (Oct 10, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net kgb_san_diego I think I may have had this! :-) I actually watched the show for a bit as a young’un… Flangepart Them eyes! Them octopus eyes. It’s like a toon monster wandered in from another show. “I better get more than scale for this gig…” SteveWD A little before my time as far as lunchboxes go. (I had a King Kong ’76, and a Six Million Dollar Man lunchbox in elementary school). Love the googly eyed octopus. Beckoning Chasm Boy, that is one angry octopus. Probably because it hasn’t been getting much sleep lately, with all those submersibles having loud parties at all hours. Cullen Waters I think I had a lunch box like this (not of this series mind, but a series). For the life of me I can’t think who was on it. Probably Spider-man. Ericb I had plenty like this. I distinctly remember having one for U.F.O. bgbear_rnh The Seaview has big sea viewing windows but, they are watching a video feed (coming from?). Ericb So is this what Marvin the Martian looks like without the Roman getup? bgbear_rnh He’s got a hold of the flying sub and he looks like he is upset that he does not have a can opener. Rock Baker From the set up here, it’s obviously the forward camera, well established from both the film and the series. Rock Baker Do the Seaview’s observation windows look oddly small to anyone else? I thought they were a touch wider, covering more of the front of the vessel. bgbear_rnh Yes, I guess I was thinking that the video view and front of lunch box view were concurrent. bgbear_rnh I do not recall two rows of windows but, I guess that was the original film that had two rows of smaller windows. Rock Baker Oh, the Seaview always had two rows of observation windows. It’s easily the sub’s most distinguishing feature. bgbear_rnh OK, now I am lost, got to go back to Irwin Allen school ;) Rock Baker One of the most enjoyable universities on earth! bgbear_rnh It is the only school where earthquake drills are conducted in Sensurround!. Rodford Smith Don’t have this, but I have the novel (I think there was only one). It was written by technical SF writer Raymond F. Jones and published by Whitman in 1965. It’s actually a pretty good story.