Lincoln Enterprises bumper slides

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  1. NicholasM79

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    There were a few, a couple of them I know of right off-hand are "Deflection", "Listless Spock" and "Check-Up" from The Paradise Syndrome.
     
  2. Harvey

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    I have been looking at the episodic credits at UCLA (basically, three sheets of paper listing the exact titles in size, spelling, and timing that would appear on each episode), which include the "NEXT WEEK" titles.

    "Who Mourns for Adonais?" and "The Ultimate Computer" both have the "NEXT WEEK" title treatment, not the "NEXT VOYAGE" version that would appear in syndication.

    I haven't looked at the episodic credits for any season three episodes yet.
     
  3. ZapBrannigan

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    The cut-up frames from Lincoln Enterprises actually came from whole-episode "work prints" that had been assembled by the film editor when figuring out how to put the final show together, plus unused out-takes, clapboard shots, and test footage. It was all in the film vault that GR and Majel evidently robbed (per the story in Inside Star Trek by Solow and Justman).

    We can thank our lucky stars that GR had no way to monetize the original camera negative reels, or he might have stolen those too and cut them up. Then Star Trek on home video would be made from ragged syndication prints.
     
  4. ZapBrannigan

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    Quick note of thanks to HGN2001: I'm really enjoying your restored film frames. :bolian:
     
  5. HGN2001

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    Thanks.

    In honor of the current "Day Of The Dove" thread, here's another entity that could stop the humans and the Klingons in their tracks! (Though it looks like "the Shat" is engaging in conversation.)

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    Harry
     
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    If you remember a doctor making a house call, then in my book you qualify as an old timer. :techman:
     
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    ''A thousand scenes can be cut in one night by a running A/D.''
     
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    It took decades to ease the pain of Kirby's low period...and now--like being hit by lightning--you drag Devil Dinosaur out of the past.

    I would say "thank you" ...or remind you of his equally bad Machine Man, Eternals and 2001 comics!
     
  9. TREK_GOD_1

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    Thanks for posting the clips and information. Valuable material.
     
  10. LMFAOschwarz

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    Ah, yes..Machine Man..all nine issues of it! :lol:

    Eternals. :barf:

    2001. :ack:

    Thanks in return for those wonderful memories! :thumbdown:

    Hopefully we're even now! :lol:

    As to these slides, this is great stuff. It also crossed my mind that these Lincoln Enterprises clips may possibly be the last source for new images from the time of the original series. They are treasures! :)
     
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    Have you seen how much Tuna is in a can of tuna anymore?
    It's getting to be like a "sample"


    Don't say that, you're making me feel old.




    Get of my lawn, you hooligans!
     
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    I misread that as "Get off my lawn, you holograms!" :wtf:

    Well, if nothing else, it certainly implies "the future". :lol:

    Sincerely,

    Bill
     
  14. publiusr

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    This really brings back memories.
     
  15. LMFAOschwarz

    LMFAOschwarz Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

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    Wow, is that ever the truth! Those darn cans now are practically the diameter of a poker chip!
     
  16. Maurice

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    Blah blah blah the good old days blah blah blah.
     
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    May I quote you? :lol:
     
  18. Maurice

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    You may. :D

    I''ve been hearing that for as long as I can remember, and it's still tiresome. As Billy Joel sang...
    Say goodbye to the
    Oldies but goodies
    'Cause the good ole days weren't
    Always good
    And tomorrow ain't as bad as it seems​
     
  19. LMFAOschwarz

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    It was just an observation, Maurice...not wistful pining for the days of yore. :rolleyes:
     
  20. Maurice

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    And I was just having a bit of fun, but :rolleyes: all you want.