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Old July 26 2012, 10:26 AM   #31
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Re: TMP Epsilon 9 radio chatter

I never knew that there is so much more going on in that scene. In the german dub the only thing left is a voice saying "Come in Columbia, Columbia...please answer" Or something to that effect. The german voice actor plays it in a way that makes it seem that the Columbia was destroyed by V´Ger or something.
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Old July 28 2012, 12:18 PM   #32
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Re: TMP Epsilon 9 radio chatter

Actually, Andy Probert came up with that comm chatter. If I recall correctly, he told me he came up with several versions, and in the shortest one he tossed his name in as a lark, and that's the one that got used. Andy's was a Star Trek fan before he worked on it, so he probably had the tech manual handy.
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