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Stingray: Below the Line

Ray looks into the disappearance of a diver at an underwater research center.

Episode Info


Episode number: 1x5
Production Number: 003
Airdate: Tuesday April 01st, 1986

Director: Larry Shaw
Writer: Tom Lazarus


Guest Stars
Kelbe NugentKelbe Nugent
As Karen Marshall
James WainwrightJames Wainwright
As Henry Pollard
Steve VinovichSteve Vinovich
As Frank Gallagher
Patricia WettigPatricia Wettig
As Annie Murray

Co-Guest Stars
John MacchiaJohn Macchia
As Unknown
Randy HollandRandy Holland
As Unknown
James McIntireJames McIntire
As Unknown
Randall BradyRandall Brady
As Unknown
Tina StaleyTina Staley
As Barbara
Michael BlueMichael Blue
As Sandy
Bill KalmensonBill Kalmenson
As Technician
Terry BurnsTerry Burns
As Radar Man
Terence MarinanTerence Marinan
As Security
Mark-Paul GosselaarMark-Paul Gosselaar
As Eric Murray
Lisa OlsonLisa Olson
As Jamie
Main Cast

Recap

On a late night at a diving platform belonging to the Pollard Underwater Center, a team of technicians plan to send a diver, Danny Murray, down in an experimental suit, to investigate some mysterious night dives. The boss, Henry Pollard, wonders if he's having second thoughts but Danny makes the dive. He descends into the ocean depths and as he goes down, Henry Pollard takes over the oxygen controls and triggers a switch disrupting the pressure. Danny's suit overinflates and then explodes, killing him...

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Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Mike Post, Stephen GeyerBelow the Line 


Episode Quotes
Annie Murray: The police... the police, the police aren't interested in anything unless it has a hole in the center and it's covered with powdered sugar.

Annie Murray: Why are you doing this?
Ray: Because it's important.
Annie Murray: To me.
Ray: To the both of us. It's something I can do something about. It's something I can understand.

Ray: I always say if you're going to be an environmentalist, a few million dollars doesn't hurt.

Karen Marshall: I've got a masters in marine biology. I was never a cheerleader. I worked eight years to get through school. I just think there's a lot more to me than three feet of leg and thigh.
Ray: (kisses her) That was for the masters' degree, I just couldn't resist.

Ray: I never make promises I'm not sure I can keep.

Karen Marshall: Since when are you so concerned about wrong and right?
Ray: Now there you go again, misjudging the men in your life.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorStephen J. Cannell
Executive ProducerStephen J. Cannell  |  Lawrence Hertzog
Associate ProducerMarianne Canepa
EditorLarry Lester
CastingVictoria Burrows
Unit Production ManagerAnderson G. House
First Assistant DirectorJefferson Kibbee
Second Assistant DirectorTana Marie Maneri
MusicWalter Murphy
Music SupervisorMike Post
HairstylistSharleen Rassi
Make-upRay Sebastian
Key GripRichard Carden
Camera OperatorHoward W. Ford
Set DecoratorRobinson Royce
Transportation CoordinatorMichael Antunez
Property MasterF. Tropea Nifong
Script SupervisorJill Freeman (1)
Production CoordinatorJanice L. Perlin
Re-Recording MixerDean Okrand  |  Robert L. Harman (1)  |  Jim Cook
GafferLarry Kennedy
OtherGrace Curcio (Assistant to Mr. Cannell)  |  Sheila Mason (Costume Department Supervisor)  |  Gary Winter (Executive in Charge of Post Production)  |  Matthew N. Herman (Executive in Charge of Production)  |  Mark Peterson (Men's Wardrobe)  |  Kendall Errair (Women's Wardrobe)
Director of PhotographyRichard M. Rawlings, Jr.
Story EditorTom Lazarus
Stunt CoordinatorGary Hymes
Art DirectorJack McAdam
Sound MixerJoe Kenworthy
Special EffectsDale Martin
Main Title ThemePete Carpenter
Sound Effects CoordinatorLawrence H. Mann
 
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