Thanks for the tip, Neil. But I can't believe they got the title of the show wrong on the package. "THE" MAN FROM ATLANTIS? We've been seeing that mistake in various print venues for 30 years, but on the package?
The copyright goes to Warner Brothers and Hanna-Barbera.
Sounds weird, but makes sense given Solow Production Company - did they ever make anything else? - had "A Taft Broadcasting Company" (owners of Hanna-Barbera, now part of WB) at the bottom of its logo.
So far the Warner Archives is an absolute boon for made-for-TV genre treasures: Genesis II, Planet Earth, City Beneath the Sea, Don't Be Afraid of the Dark...I thought there might be a chance that City Beneath the Sea would make it to DVD after a few years of Warner Archives releases but to see it and the Roddenberry pilots put out so soon, and looking great, is more than I'd hoped for.