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Old April 4 2015, 06:20 PM   #811
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Back to Mannix season 7 for the always lovely Barbara Luna, pretty in pink.





The episode also featured familiar non-Trek faces Frank Langella, John Hillerman, and Del Monroe.
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Old April 4 2015, 06:49 PM   #812
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^Frank Langella is a Trek face, though not a TOS face. He played Minister Jaro in the opening 3-parter of DS9's second season, although he went uncredited.
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Old April 5 2015, 04:51 AM   #813
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^IIRC, he went uncredited so people would watch for the story, and not because of him.
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Old April 5 2015, 03:26 PM   #814
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By golly, you're right, I'd forgotten. But it's just as well since this is the TOS section.
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Old April 18 2015, 09:10 PM   #815
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Mannix falls for client Nancy Kovak (Mehta) in season 7's "Sing a Song of Murder":











And gets a little help from the Romulans:

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Old April 18 2015, 09:21 PM   #816
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Mannix falls for client Nancy Kovak
She's Medea in Ray Harryhausen's Jason and the Argonauts, along with John Crawford of "The Galileo Seven" as one of the sailors.
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Old April 18 2015, 09:29 PM   #817
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Several month ago I rewatched Family Matters, mostly because I wanted to see Barry Jenner (Admiral Ross) as Lt. Murtaugh. Very funny. The funniest thing is: the actor (Bodo Wolf) who did the German dubbing for Barry Jenner did the dubbing for René Auberjonois in DS9. I thought by myself: ha, Murtaugh is a changeling. He has Odo´s voice .

Ooooops, I´m in the TOS thread, sorry......
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Old April 19 2015, 10:35 PM   #818
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And now I'm totally annoyed to discover that I don't have Jason and the Argonauts on DVD!
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Old April 19 2015, 10:48 PM   #819
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And now I'm totally annoyed to discover that I don't have Jason and the Argonauts on DVD!
That happened to me recently. I could've sworn I had it on DVD but couldn't find it on my shelf!
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Old April 20 2015, 03:34 AM   #820
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Same here! I swear we watched it just a few months ago.
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Old April 20 2015, 03:54 AM   #821
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And now I'm totally annoyed to discover that I don't have Jason and the Argonauts on DVD!
That happened to me recently. I could've sworn I had it on DVD but couldn't find it on my shelf!
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Same here! I swear we watched it just a few months ago.
Me neither. I did, however, have the good fortune to see it in first run in one of those big, old, ornate, single-screen movie theaters back in 1963. So eat your hearts out!
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