Trek guest actors in maybe surprising roles

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  1. Henoch

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    MeTV's playing a 1965 episode of Gunsmoke with a Trek guest actor who almost was...John Drew Barrymore, who caught my attention because he's sporting what I'd identify as a very '70s look--big, feathered hair and a full, scruffy beard.

    ETA: Matt Dillon just shot his ass.
     
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    John Hoyt's turn in the wheelchair When Worlds Collide.

    He was not the kindly ship's Doctor in this film, but the pragmatic underwriter of an evacuation plan to preserve a select few people from perishing...himself included. He had all the fire of Old Man Potter from It's a Wonderful Life, and the brimstone of 007 from Dr. No. It's a wonder he didn't bitch-slap Captain Pike when he was brooding in his cabin...:lol:
     
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    All these years and viewings and I never realized that was him in the wheelchair. D'OH!
     
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    Vic Tayback in A Trout in The Milk, an episode of The Streets of San Francisco!
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    This one has come up a few times in the past, but now it's 50th anniversary business:

    The Partridge Family, "The Red Woodloe Story" (Jan. 1, 1971)

    Immediately after that episode on ABC, WIlliam Windom appeared in age makeup on That Girl ("That Script") as a former novelist who hadn't written anything since his first wife passed away in 1936. Windom turned 13 in 1936.
     
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    *Sigh.* Bad form, but usually somebody else would've posted in here by now.

    Craig Hundley has the honor of subjecting Greg to a standard bit of family sitcom peer pressure:
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    The Brady Bunch, "Where There's Smoke" (Jan. 8, 1971)

    Slap the cuffs on me, I'll go peacefully.
     
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    I'm not sure what you did wrong.
     
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    Double-posting, I think.
     
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    Three in a row. Gotcha. Bad moderator! Bad!
     
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    Good God! The Partridge Family is 50???!!
     
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    Keye Luke and Ian Wolfe in Mad Love, 1935.

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    I've said it before, I'll say it again; Ian Wolfe was never young.
     
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    He looks younger there than anything else I've seen him in. I never would've recognized him.

    Suffering a bit of perspiration because his role as the inside man in a diamond exchange heist has been modified to involve rappelling down an elevator shaft:
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    Hawaii Five-O, "Ten Thousand Diamonds and a Heart" (Jan. 6, 1971)
     
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    What's in his left hand? At first glance I thought it was a cell phone, but it wouldn't be a cell phone in 1971.
     
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    Appeared to be a notebook. He had his pencil hovering over it just before he pulled out his handkerchief.
     
  19. Christopher

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    Sounds like a riff on Peter Ustinov's character in Topkapi.
     
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    Anthony Caruso, Bob Hoy in Deathwatch, an episode of The Streets of San Francisco!
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