Discussion in 'Star Trek - The Original & Animated Series' started by Maurice, Mar 12, 2013.
There's a sehlat joke in here somewhere...
Mission: Impossible, "Blast" (Jan. 30, 1971)
It should have a horn on its head.
Michael Strong in A Room With A View, an episode of The Streets of San Francisco!
Bill Schallert shows up yet again in Wanted: Dead or Alive season 2, ep 15, "Chain Gang."
According to IMDB, Bill was in the show 4 times as different characters.
Finally got hold of the Honor Blackman seasons of The Avengers on some region 2 DVDs. The episode "Propellant 23" features Mrs. Macnee, Katherine Woodville!
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You're not alone. When I saw that I thought for a second "He meant Joanne Woodward"!
Funnily enough I had this episode of The Avengers pencilled in for tonight! So I won't have to include it here next time I'm on! I wonder if Woodville and MacNee were married at the time of Trek as their marriage only lasted four years from 1965-69!
Ah, so they weren't married during this ep, which was 1962ish. Maybe they met on this gig.
Well Catherine Woodville also appeared in Hot Snow, the first episode of The Avengers, as the girlfriend of Dr.Keel. she is killed at the end of the first act (which is the only segment of the episode that still exists) and it is her death that brings the agent John steed and Keel together to become The Avengers!!! But here she is not the same character, here she is Laure! So maybe they met on the set of Hot Snow and that's why she's back in series 2 for MacNee?
I did not know that. This disk set actually includes the first act of Hot Snow, but I didn't fancy watching 1/3 of an episode.
Forgive me if this isn't quite to the spirit of this thread, but while trying to find more about Charlene Polite (Vanna in "The Cloud Minders"), I happened across this press image of a 1966 production of "Charley's Aunt," in which she appeared alongside most notably René Auberjonois. This wouldn't have been surprising had I known anything about their respective careers on the stage, but as a Trekkie I guess I'm predisposed to thinking of them as very distant Trek actors and not as contemporaries in American theater.
Decades TV is binging Hawaii 5-0 this weekend. They're starting with the pilot episodes and there's James Gregory as an intelligence officer.
William Campbell in the Roger Corman-produced (and Francis Ford Coppola-directed) horror masterpiece Dementia 13.
Another Ian Wolfe sighting, uncredited in Warner Bros. classic Now Voyager, 1942.
Oh, hell. That man was never young.
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