Discussion in 'Star Trek - The Original & Animated Series' started by WildManWizard, Feb 11, 2019.
ever take you out of the illusion?
that should be scars
I always notice their teeth.
nimoys always seemed okay, yet by the films he was wearing dentures, which seems odd considering the fact that you would think celebs would get the best dental care.
First thing I'd do if I was a famous actor or music type, would be to get my teeth done.
The first time I saw ST3 TSFS in HD, I was taken out of it by the red uniform jackets. The fabric was too coarse, and not what I expected. The old, softer images let us imagine a more idealized world.
I never even noticed they had scares*. Who did you notice has them?
*Joking, I know you mean scars.
That's interesting. I can't get enough of those uniforms - although red is my favorite color and they come very close to my ideal shade. I'm trying to think if I noticed that the fabric seemed rougher when I first watched in HD.
The make up on Shatner and Nimoy in the TV series is definitely more evident on DVD than it was on VHS! I can't say about Blu-Ray because I do not have a player!
You know who didn't have any scars, JB? Yes . . . Droxine!
I don't remember noticing scars. Was there anyone you had in mind that is scarred that I didn't notice?
By scars do you mean pock marks? Most actors from that period like Morgan Woodward for instance had them and I think Leonard Nimoy himself had the odd dent in his cheek!
She did have six-pack abs, though. She was slender, but very fit.
Droxine? Hah! It was Vana that floated my boat!
You can laugh, Phase!
Klingon Caveman. Are you sure you wouldn't do better with Zarabeth.
I think I would have stayed with old Zarabeth in her ice caves on ancient Sarpeidon to be honest!
I think the same, but only if she somehow installed central heating
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