Post a DIFFICULT Star Trek trivia question

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  1. Phaser Two

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    Wow, great, if sad question. I know of two for sure: Theo Marcuse (Korob) and Frank Overton (Elias Sandoval).
     
  2. Grant

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    Yes 2 down 4 to go.
     
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    Jeffrey Hunter (Pike), He died 5/27/69, When did "The Cage" officially air if it ever did?? not "The Menagerie"
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    oldest actor Felix Locher 86 (Johnson)
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    Correct that's four.
    I was using the air date of turnabout Intruder as the last Star Trek episode aired first run rather than the cage pilot which was in 88. Because a whole ton of actors died between 1969 and 1988. One hint for one of the other two persons-- they made multiple appearances as the same character
     
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    Grant Woods (Lt. Kelowitz) died 10/31/68
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    Clegg Hoyt (Pitcairn..The Cage) died 10/6/67

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    Great response!
    In fact it's too great.
    Because Clegg Hoyt was not one of my six. So that means there are 7. Sorry about that. The final person (I think) by way of hints is one of 9 speaking actors on the original series born in the 19th century. His Star Trek appearance was his final appearance of 155 TV and movie credits which is pretty impressive. And he appeared in an episode with one of the other 6 on this list.
     
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    actor Leonard Mudie survivor in "The Cage" born 1883 died 4/11/65
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    That's him.
    The next is in what two episodes does McCoy disappear before the third Act and not appear again in the episode?
     
  9. Phaser Two

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    Wow, that's sad about Grant Woods. He was a good actor!

    As for McCoy disappearing, TDM and AE.
     
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    Right!
     
  11. Phaser Two

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    Shoot, in AE he has one scene IIRC.
     
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    Yeah he had a long weekend that week. If they filmed that scene on Monday or Tuesday he got to sleep in and have some down time for the rest of the week.
     
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    Name an original series episode where not one actor in the episode was new to Star Trek. In other words every single actor with a speaking part had appeared in an earlier episode
     
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    "The Tholian Web" or "The Immunity Syndrome" no new actors??
     
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    Yeah. I think those are the only two. Come on people I'm obviously running out of ideas!
     
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    What actor had the most number of speaking parts that were all different characters?
     
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    Surely James Doohan, especially if we consider TAS!
     
  18. Grant

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    You are probably right for sure but I was talking about live action on-screen rather than voice over. But James Doohan is the voiceover champ.
    That's good trivia in itself.
    What was the first voice over old James Doohan ever did on the Original Series in production order. Not including when they're calling the ship and he's answering of course. An actual different character
     
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    Well done. I was thinking The Menagerie, Part Two as well?
     
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    But in part II we see a lot of new characters in the flashback we had never seen before.
     
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