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Old May 5 2011, 11:04 PM   #16
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Re: Flags of Mystery

^Star Trek was a very collaborative production, as I recall. They didn't impose strict segregation of responsibilities; people were free to contribute wherever they could. If they needed a flag in a hurry and Theiss happened to have some spare bits of cloth lying around, I'm sure he would've pitched in. (There was a similar job flexibility in modern Trek, with things like Doug Drexler going from makeup to graphics, visual-effects supervisor Dan Curry contributing his martial-arts expertise, or video playback supervisor Denise Okuda serving as medical consultant.)
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