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Star Trek - Original Series The one that started it all...

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Old January 24 2013, 04:21 AM   #31
Admiral Buzzkill
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Re: Fascinating TAS Information

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Any film can be the 7th biggest domestic earner in a year.
No.

Only one can.

Being seventh, BTW, means that only six other films released that year - out of hundreds - were more popular and successful.

Just to keep things, you know, in perspective.
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Old January 24 2013, 05:29 PM   #32
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TAS may not have broken all-time ratings records, but I recall serious excitement & interest from numerous ST fans. Even some of the "outsiders" who had become aware of ST, realized that it was a cancelled show from the 60's, but found it interesting that a cartoon based on it was on its way. I think few would deny its crucial part in keeping ST alive as more than just a cancelled series.
More than true. TAS premiered in prime-time -- a teaser for what would follow on Saturday mornings. Saw it with my own eyes.
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