Scientists living underwater in their sea-lab make an exoskeleton so that fish can experience what it is like to be on land. Over come with a new sense of power the fish revolts.
SEALAB was developed in 1964 as a way of exploring human viability saturation diving and living in isolation for extended periods of time. It contained four passengers and was halted after eleven days due to a tropical storm.
SEALAB I was commanded by Captain George F. Bond who’s nickname was “Papa Topside”.