Trek guest actors in maybe surprising roles

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  1. J.T.B.

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    A revolver-specific silencer, with a notch cut out for the ejector rod! How does the thing attach, set screws?

    It would be great if some show would have the gunman fire the "silenced" revolver and then grab his ears in pain.
     
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    I was wondering about that. Just went back and checked, they showed him pushing it onto the barrel with no screwing...like it clicked into place. They must be importing these things from Q Branch.
     
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    Louise Sorrel favored with many closeups by a wise director, as Moffat's old flame from Dunkirk, in The Rat Patrol episode "The Fatal Reunion Raid."

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    Did Gary Raymond not dance with Louise in this episode like Shatner and later on have some embarrassing stories to tell or be related to the fans by other actors and crew as well? :lol:
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    Lawrence Dobkin, Kim Darby and Bill Quinn in The Streets of San Francisco pilot! (1972)
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    I don't think they danced, just had coffee, and rolled in the hay.
     
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    The one that got away...and later got framed for murdering her husband, of course:
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    Hawaii Five-O, "Time and Memories" (Oct. 7, 1970)
     
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    Is that the first one with McGarrett in uniform? IIRC they never show him removing his cap: It's on his head, they cut away, then they cut back and he's hanging the hat on a rack or something and The Hair is fully deployed.
     
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    1) I'm not sure offhand; he's had opportunity to don other uniforms, but I'm not sure if he'd been previously seen in his actual Navy uniform at this point.
    2) I didn't notice that, but it sounds likely, particularly with the way that the flashbacks were edited.

    As noted in the other thread, this episode is also the first time we get a glimpse of Steve's pad!
     
  10. J.T.B.

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    Yeah I meant his navy uniform episodes in general, there are non-flashback episodes later when he goes on naval reserve duty.
     
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    We definitely haven't had one of those yet.
     
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    Was watching an old horror movie, THE RETURN OF DR. X (1939), when who pops up but Ian Wolfe playing a cemetery caretaker.
     
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    James Daly appeared alongside daughter Tyne in tonight's 50th anniversary episode of Ironside, "The People Against Judge McIntire" (Oct. 8, 1970). Jason Wingreen also had a small role in the episode. Notable non-TOS guests included Alan Hale and George Murdock.
     
  14. Christopher

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    Murdock was "God" in ST V -- doesn't that count?
     
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    Not in this forum!
     
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  16. Poltargyst

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    Not on a TOS forum. :)
     
  17. Christopher

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    See, that's my question. Don't the original-cast movies count as part of "TOS"? I mean, the 7th-10th movies are thought of as TNG movies, right? So the first six are TOS movies.
     
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    It really doesn't matter to me, but there is a separate forum for the movies.

    If we start counting TOS movies, that's going to add a lot more actors and appearances.
     
  19. Christopher

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    I'm sure there have been multiple previous mentions of movie actors over the past 7 1/2 years of this thread.
     
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    Then I for one accept George Murdock as God.
     
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