In "The Log," a captain and his submarine go out in a blaze of glory.
The episode opens in a Scandinavian port where a New York newspaper reporter is touring an old submarine captured during the war. The nation that the vessel once represented ceased to exist after the war's end, and with nowhere to go, its host nation was stuck with it. To pay for its costs, the S.S. Seagull was turned into a tourist attraction with its captain as caretaker and head tour guide.
As the reporter begins to interview the captain, they are interrupted by a man who has come to look over the submarine. The company the man works for has just purchased it--for scrap. The captain convinces the man to let him sail the S.S. Seagull to Liverpool, where it will be dismantled, but will he really sail his ship to its end? Or, will he finish fighting the war?
"The Log" was written by Marianne Mosner and Francis Rosenwald. Antony Ellis directed. Lawrence Dobkin and Byron Kane starred. Also appearing were Alan Reed, Kurt Martell, Frank Gerstle, Eric Snowden, Richard Peel, and Jim Nusser. This episode aired on September 20
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