Discussion in 'Star Trek - The Original & Animated Series' started by Maurice, Mar 12, 2013.
De television series is de television series--vhat can be done?
Would a tri-ox compound help?
Just re-watched the pilot for Hec Ramsey (1972). Found Trek alums Paul Carr (WNMHGB) robbing Sharon Acker (TMOG).
I've found Paul Carr surprisingly ubiquitous in '60s-'70s TV.
Leonard Nimoy and Mark Lenard on opposite sides in an episode of Mission: Impossible;
We've definitely mentioned actors from the TOS movies here before, tho my personal preference (which counts for nothing) is to stick to the TV series. Unless I don't.
I mentioned him, I just feel the need to make it clear when I'm bringing up non-TOS actors as an aside, because when I've done it without the clarification, people have felt the need to point out that I was bringing up non-TOS actors.
And while "TOS movies" is a convenient umbrella shorthand, "The Original Series" is a retroactive subtitle specifically applied to the '60s television series, to distinguish it from all the other Trek properties that have sprung up over the years. Each of the TOS movies is a separate production that already has its own subtitle, and most of them have Roman numerals as well. "The Original Series" was never made part of their already sufficiently distinguished titles.
Ha, their hairstyles make it look like their ears are pointed.
Not in the actual clip. It looks like whoever posted that video altered the screencap to point Nimoy's ear.
I just watched Reverend Burgess Meredith join Rich Little and Emily Banks in holy matrimony (Love, American Style, "Love and the Hypnotist," Oct. 9, 1970).
I'm watching Cinematic Titanic's 'Frankenstein's Castle of Freaks' on Shout! Factory's MST3K Channel and there's Michael Dunn as the hunchback assistant.
IMDB says this was released in 1974-75 and Michael died in 1973, so this must be his final role.
Morgan Woodward in an episode of Gunsmoke, (S20, E1), Matt Dillon Must Die, as Abraham Wakefield
Damn! Epic Beard Man!!!
Briona Farrell, avoiding Laandru but captured by Nazis in The Rat Patrol Episode, "The Tug of War Raid."
Robert Phillips in the 1964 version of The Killers (Gene Coon screenplay).
Here with another actor.
Ed McCready, Rex Holman, David Opatoshu, Frank Orsatti & John Arndt in The Streets of San Francisco's The Thirty Year Pin!
Jim saves childhood friend Sharon Acker from being assaulted...
by Loretta Swit.
According to flashbacks, they're supposed to be about the same age, though Peter Graves was nine years older.
Meanwhile, Paris regales the rest of the IMF gang with the story of the bravest little Hobbit of them all...
Mission: Impossible, "Homecoming" (Oct. 10, 1970)
Apollo the bank robber! Branded, "Yellow for Courage."
If you need somebody to rough up Chuck Connors, you need somebody almost as big as him.
Agamemnon! Odysseus! I'm coming!
The plot once again deals with a local bumpkin populace not believing in a vaccine (diptheria this time), and ridiculing the new British doctor ("A darn fool woman! And a foreigner to boot!").
Oh, but ain't that America?
A threefer on the Branded episode "Call to Glory."
Robert Lansing as General Custer
The delightful Miss Kathy Brown
and Robert Tatro (Norman) coordinating a bar fight.
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