Discussion in 'Star Trek - Original Series' started by Maurice, Mar 12, 2013.
And sadly no Trek alumni in this week's Mannix.
One for EnsignHarper, as he and I seem to be the only Adam-12 viewers here!
Me-TV is running and episode of Ironside right now guest-starring both Warren Stevens and Diana Muldaur.
This thread has been going on so long...did anyone ever mention that Diana Muldaur played David Banner's sister on The Incredible Hulk?
^I did not remember that. Cool.
Muldaur also appeared in another Hulk episode as a different character, a nun (though I believe she was a mother rather than another "sister").
From what I have heard, Muldaur was a REAL 'mother'....
If you zip on back to post #28 in this thread, I have a grab of a scantily-clad Muldaur in a Kung Fu episode.
Thank you for the reminder
Especially since it is right above the incredible shots of Sherry Jackson in a VERY tight and opaque bikini
One of the -ahem- nice things about 70s TV is that the mid/late 70s was the height of the bra less fad in Hollywood. The Match Game 7x reruns on GSN are a perfect example of this - generally speaking, the lower left seat on the dais was filled by actresses/singers like Elaine Joyce (scrumptious!), Joyce Bulifant, Roz "Fonzies girlfriend" Kelly, a young Kate Jackson, Kaye Stevens, etc, a lot of whom wear fairly sheer tops once or so for a weeks worth of shows - all on 70s video tape which had much higher resolution than what was Broadcast Standard for the day. With HD, cable and big screens today - wowza! (Bonnie Franklin of One Day at a Time was particularly notorious for gong braless ALL the time! ) And this was before the PC Cops took over, so lots and LOTS of funny ethnic and other fun stuff in the notorious Match Game questions!
Yeah, with the likes of Gene Rayburn, Rip Taylor, Richard Dawson, and Charles Nelson Reilly cracking wise, you were sure to get something interesting with a question like "'I don't understand it,' said Mary Sue, 'Every time I take a shower, my [blank] falls out.'"
Especially after they've had the taping break for dinner and they're all a little drunk.
And to put this (sort of) back on topic, Shatner shows up occasionally!
THE TIME TUNNEL was a series that ran concurrent with the first season of STAR TREK, and Hollywood being Hollywood, both series pulled from the same pool of actors. There are many actors who worked on both series:
TIME TUNNEL regulars Whit Bissell and Lee Meriwether both did their turns on later STAR TREKs as Manager Lurry and Losira:
STAR TREK semi-regular John Winston as Lt. Kyle appeared in the TIME TUNNEL pilot as a guard on the Titanic:
Commissioner Ferris (John Crawford) appeared four times on THE TIME TUNNEL:
Warren Stevens (Rojan) as an astronaut in THE TIME TUNNEL:
Paul Fix and Paul Carr, who both appeared in the STAR TREK second pilot, also appeared in the same episode of THE TIME TUNNEL, the second filmed, "End Of The World":
Paul Carr also appeared a few episodes later as Paris in "Revenge Of The Gods":
Sheldon Golomb, who played in "A Piece Of The Action", also played young Tony Newman in TIME TUNNEL's Pearl Harbor episode:
Joseph Ruskin, master drill thrall as Sardis in THE TIME TUNNEL:
Abraham Sofaer, the ethereal Thasian, playing seer Ethios in THE TIME TUNNEL:
Perry Lopez, Esteban Rodriguez, as Dr. Charles Whitebird in TIME TUNNEL's "Massacre":
That same TIME TUNNEL also featured these Trek actors:
Paul Comi (Mr. Stiles):
Laurence Montaigne (Decius, Stonn):
Theo Marceuse (Korob) as Lescaux on Devil's Island:
David Opatoshu (Anan 7), playing a French shopkeeper in THE TIME TUNNEL's "Reign Of Terror":
Michael Ansara (Kang) in two turns on THE TIME TUNNEL:
Rhodes Reason (Flavius) did two turns on THE TIME TUNNEL. As Col Travis at the Alamo and as the biblical Joshua:
Elizabeth Rogers (Lt. Palmer in several STAR TREKs) as Mrs. Reynerson at the Alamo:
Malachi Throne did two turns on THE TIME TUNNEL, as Hira Singh and Machiavelli:
Peter Brocco, one of the Organians, in his two turns on THE TIME TUNNEL:
Perry Lopez again:
John Hoyt did two guest spots on consecutive TIME TUNNELs, first as an unrecognizable silver alien, later as a ghost expert:
Abraham Sofaer again, this time in the "Walls Of Jericho" story:
Arnold Moss (Karidian) in that same Jericho episode as a high priest:
Laurence Montaigne again in "Idol Of Death"
Robert Walker, Jr. (Charlie X) as Billy The Kid in THE TIME TUNNEL:
I hadn't remembered that one, but Theo Marcuse also appeared as a Blofeld-like Devil's Island commandant on The Wild Wild West ("The Night of the Bottomless Pit", which turns out to have aired exactly one week before the Time Tunnel ep.)
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