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Old July 15 2010, 05:15 AM   #556
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

Very nice!
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Old July 15 2010, 06:18 AM   #557
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How the hell did you guys get LaFontaine?
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Old July 17 2010, 06:15 PM   #558
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

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I don't know who put this together or who uploaded it to YouTube - it looks like it's assembled from bits of interviews that we did for the eventual Exeter "special features" - but while looking over there for an old Starship Farragut trailer with Don LaFontaine's voice-over I found this mini-documentary about Exeter:



EDIT: Looks like it was uploaded by Stan Ginsel, one of the producers. I don't know anything else about it.
What a find! I've been looking forward to seeing the "making of" documentary almost as much as Act IV. (Emphasis on almost )
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Old July 17 2010, 07:22 PM   #559
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What a find! I've been looking forward to seeing the "making of" documentary almost as much as Act IV. (Emphasis on almost )
Me too. I loved 'The Making of Starship Exeter', and hope the Tressaurian version still gets released once Act 4 is done and dusted.
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Old July 18 2010, 05:33 AM   #560
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How the hell did you guys get LaFontaine?
We have a very talented producer.
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Old July 19 2010, 05:14 AM   #561
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Very well connected, as well.
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Old July 19 2010, 10:47 PM   #562
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?



Well, now we know where Exeter has gone...

It's in the clutches of the nefarious Stephen T. Otter!
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Old July 19 2010, 11:08 PM   #563
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

The "otter treatment"?
After that they're better off building a new ship than trying to decontaminate the old one.

Nick can probably confirm that some people still receive treatment as a result of Stephen's last trip to the UK.
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Old July 19 2010, 11:40 PM   #564
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Nick can probably confirm that some people still receive treatment as a result of Stephen's last trip to the UK.
It's true!
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Old July 20 2010, 12:13 AM   #565
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The new TOS - "The Otter Series"

Are we going to have to send Paddington Bear after that Otter?
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Old July 20 2010, 01:58 AM   #566
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

I saw a news story today about Beavers attacking dogs swiming in a lake in Canada...
Now it looks like Otters are toying with "Powers They Do Not Understand!!!!!!"

The rath of Comander Cutty!!!!
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Old July 20 2010, 04:48 AM   #567
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Hmmm, The Otter Limits...
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Old July 20 2010, 04:52 AM   #568
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I'm beginning to wonder if maybe the next episode should be titled, "Whatever Happened To The Starship Exeter?"
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Old July 25 2010, 11:47 PM   #569
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Dennis wrote: View Post
I don't know who put this together or who uploaded it to YouTube - it looks like it's assembled from bits of interviews that we did for the eventual Exeter "special features" - but while looking over there for an old Starship Farragut trailer with Don LaFontaine's voice-over I found this mini-documentary about Exeter:



EDIT: Looks like it was uploaded by Stan Ginsel, one of the producers. I don't know anything else about it.
The end of this one says - Stay Tuned for part 2

So, given Exeter's history, I gotta ask: "Okay, how long do we have to wait for this now, too?"
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Old August 13 2010, 01:19 PM   #570
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Re: Whatever happened to Starship Exeter?

BONG......BONG.......BONG......BONG
"But Vol is hungry, we must feed him"

Can anyone drop any more tid bits, or photos from Exeter?
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