Discussion in 'Star Trek - The Original & Animated Series' started by Maurice, Mar 12, 2013.
Wanted: Dead or Alive, "Call Your Shot." Just a guy sitting in the saloon.
Anybody else? I'm lookin' right at the pictures, linked from my personal webspace as usual. Even Maurice's quote shows them. It's Bill Schallert again.
Oh, forgot to mention - the ep was written by Freddie Frieberger.
Wanted again, "Secret Ballot". Dee Kelly as a crooked sheriff.
Maybe a firewall issue. I can't see them on my work machine but I can on everything else.
Six years after playing Lenore Karidian, actress Barbara Anderson was still causing trouble for William Shatner -- this time, in the MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE episode "Cocaine."
(Screen shot from the new MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE complete series Blu-ray, which looks great.)
Barbara Anderson was a recurring player in M:I's final season, appearing in seven episodes as a substitute for Lynda Day George while she was on maternity leave. She was the only IMF team member in the series (other than a few one-shot guests in season 1) who ever got an origin story; she was an ex-con recruited for a mission targeting an old associate, and she chose to stay on afterward.
Barbara Anderson always looked to me as if someone blended Grace Kelly's and Ingrid Bergman's features together.
I've been on my Android phone and tablet for the last few weeks, and I'm also unable to view any of the images you've posted here recently. I get what looks like a button and an img tag for each pic, but can't click through to the image.
Well damn, that's odd. The images are hosted on my GoDaddy website, like the rest of my site. Oh well.
Some firewalls only allow information from secured sites to be displayed on https pages.
@Forbin Might have something to do with what @J.T.B. said because Firefox is Tagging your images as "Connection is not secure"
I've been right-clicking and viewing the images on their own page.
I pay $100 a year for the site, so I hope it's secure. :/
Oh well, I'll just make sure I mention names rather than assume y'all can see it and trying to be cute.
It doesn't have a SSL certificate to allow an encrypted connection. But I'm sure they'll sell you an upgrade!
Well, TLS, maybe. SSL was put to bed in 2014. And TSL 1.0 and 1.1 were supposed to be killed off in March of 2020 but as far as I can tell, Microsoft and Firefox have delayed that do to the pandemic. For Google/Chrome, they are dead.
I don't even know what all that means.
Wanted: Dead or Alive, "The Legend" - gold mining on an alien world, shot at Vasquez Rocks:
Barbara Anderson...absolute perfection. I was horrified when Eve got shot on Ironside.
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