News Shatner Returning To The Star Trek Original Series Set Tour

Discussion in 'General Trek Discussion' started by AutoAdmin, Feb 7, 2019.

  1. AutoAdmin

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    A new news article has been published at TrekToday:

    For those of you who missed William Shatner‘s last two appearances at James Cawley‘s Star Trek Original Series Set Tour in Ticonderoga,...

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  2. Thanos007

    Thanos007 Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Anyone got $1400 I can borrow?
     
  3. thribs

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    A thousand is a tad much. $400 would be my stepping off point.
     
  4. The Old Mixer

    The Old Mixer Mih ssim, mih ssim, nam, daed si Xim. Moderator

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    $1400? Is Jimi Hendrix gonna be there?
     
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  5. thribs

    thribs Rear Admiral Rear Admiral

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    I kind of see why it is that high since they probably want to keep the numbers low.
     
  6. Ronald Held

    Ronald Held Vice Admiral Admiral

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    Total attendance is likely hundreds not thousands.
     
  7. Vger23

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    I'm telling you...I got the "VIP-level" pass the first time he was there in the spring last year, and it was worth every penny. Not something you want to do more than once, perhaps...but in terms of "bucket list" level stuff of hanging out with a cultural icon on an almost exact re-creation of the sets...yeah....it was worth it.
     
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    This is worth every penny. The level of access and insight is unprecedented.
     
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