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Old September 23 2012, 07:46 AM   #16
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Re: Glenn Corbett - Zefram Cochrane

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The actor who played Zefram Cochrane in TOS Metamorphosis, Glenn Corbett, was at one time slated to be in an Irwin Allen production that never got off the ground. It was called "City Beneath the Sea". The short promo clip I linked shows a scene with Glenn piloting the flying sub from "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea". It was filmed in 1968, so he looks very much as he did in the TOS episode. Kind of interesting.
Wow. How about young James Brolin who would hit it big with The Amityville Horror in the 70s as well as 'The Car'.
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Old September 23 2012, 05:28 PM   #17
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Re: Glenn Corbett - Zefram Cochrane

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Corbett also starred in a TV SF movie called "The Stranger". You'll probably have a hard time finding it but it's worth a look. It kind of seemed likt the pilot for a series never picked up. Corbett is an astronaut who finds himself on a strange duplicate of Earth where a full police-state runs the show. Also stars, Lew Ayes, Sharon Acker, Cameron Mitchell and the recently deceased Steve Frankin.
The Stranger scared the crap outta me as a kid. I've got a taped off of TV copy on VHS. I think it was the moons that freaked me out...
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