Discussion in 'Star Trek - The Original & Animated Series' started by Maurice, Mar 12, 2013.
I knew I was forgetting someone. Ah, yes: the fearsome Lawyer Daggett.
So he was...didn't recognize him.
Pete Kellett in Smoke Screen, an episode of The Fugitive!
I never realised but Pete was born as George Kellett and died in 1982!
Marianna Hill steams up the 2nd to the last episode of The Magician.
And tries to blackmail Joseph Ruskin, who's quite annoyed.
John Crawford and Don Marshall (from The Galileo Seven) David Zellitti, Charles Picerni in The Hulk Breaks Las Vegas, an episode of The Incredible Hulk!
The 1964 episode of Bonanza that Me is airing as I write this is set partly at Fort Vasquez.
ETA: And which episode of Trek is Me showing tonight? "Arena"!
Caught James Gregory in an episode Gunsmoke, sporting less than convincing old age make up.
This has probably been mentioned before, I'm not going to look for it, but James Gregory in the recurring role of Inspector Luger on Barney Miller.
Zephram Cochram joins Bob the Discount Klingon in the 5th season Mod Squad ep "Sactuary." Also featuring Victor Buono, who was in everything BUT Star Trek back then.
This is too funny!
Lou Antonio, Jason Wingreen in See Hollywood And Die, an episode of The Fugitive!
Ian Wolfe in The Raven (1935) along with Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff who sadly never went a Trekkin!
A bit of a stretch since her scene was cut from 'The Motion Picture' but Susan Sullivan plays the victim in the current episode of 'Barnaby Jones' on DecadesTV.
Nice to know that someone still gets Decades...!
If you mean the Susan Sullivan that was in Castle and the pilot of The Incredible Hulk (and IMDb tells me that you do mean her), that's not the same person as the actress who appeared in TMP as Susan J. Sullivan and is billed on IMDb as Susan O'Sullivan.
I was going to correct Christopher, and caught myself just in time.
It was Mariette Hartley in the second season premiere of The Incredible Hulk, titled "Married",and for which she won the best performance by an actress in a guest-starring role.
^Sullivan was David Banner's first tragic love interest in a movie-length story, Hartley was his second.
You're not missing much. Ever since they switched over to 'Regular' programming, they've become just like every other over the air sub channel; running their same number of limited shows over and over. The only reason to watch is the 'Binge' on the weekends, and even those are starting to repeat.
The Binges would still be very welcome to me...they enabled me to grab a lot of shows that aren't in the regular lineups of any of the retro channels that I currently get.
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