Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Debuting September 10, 1973, this Canadian travelogue series was devoted to the films of globetrotting documentarians William Bryane and Norman Rosen. The 9 half-hour episodes were narrated by George Woodcock, based on research for his own book South Sea Journey (which would not be published until three years after the series' cancellation). Among the exotic locales visited by the production team were the Gilbert Islands, the British Solomons, Fiji and Tonga. In the South Seas regaled viewers until its final telecast on November 19, 1973.