Discussion in 'Star Trek - The Original & Animated Series' started by Maurice, Mar 12, 2013.
Whit Bissell plays outside his normal type as George Custer in Cheyenne, "The Broken Pledge," 1957.
I'll say. Bissell would've been around 48 when the episode was made, and Custer would've been about 33 at the time it takes place (I looked it up).
Clint Howard in Solo:A Star Wars Story (2018)
James Gregory vs. Linc!
The really dramatic moves, like Linc diving off the picnic table, were done in long shots by stunt doubles.
(The Mod Squad, "A Quiet Weekend in the Country," Dec. 3, 1968)
Jeff Corey in Shattered Image, an episode of The Streets of San Francisco!
Familiar face-wearing Substitute Artie Frank Harper meets Jim West at a familiar locale:
(The Wild Wild West, "The Night of the Winged Terror – Part I," Jan. 17, 1969)
Marj Dusay: Dowdy fake librarian by day...
Off-Broadway actress in a nude play by night...
(The Odd Couple, "What Does a Naked Lady Say to You?," Mar. 19, 1971)
Sherry Jackson in The Space Croppers, an episode of Lost in Space!
Liam Sullivan in His Majesty Smith, an episode of Lost in Space! I forgot to put this one up last week!
Svengoolie is currently airing the British horror movie 'The Beast Must Die', based off the short story, 'There Shall Be No Darkness', written by James Blish.
Blink and you'll miss him, but Skip Homier has a tiny roll as a government minion in The Wild, Wild West Revisited.
Funnily enough I have pencilled this one in for the end of the week!
William Bramley, George Sawaya in The Unicorn, an episode of The Streets of San Francisco! Mitchell Ryan also appeared but is connected with TNG so he doesn't count.
I'll be interested in reading your thoughts on the movie. I watched it and just before the denouncement there was a 'fright break', where they showed the suspects and the evidence against them, and the viewer had to guess who the killer was. When the killer was revealed i thought, ' Well the evidence they gave was just vague enough that it could have been applied to any one of the suspects'.
What do James T. Kirk and Archie Bunker have in common...?
(All in the Family, "Success Story," Mar. 30, 1971)
Well to be honest I have seen the film a few times before and yes the evidence could and did point to each and every one of the suspects! It was a change of pace for Amicus that I do remember quite well and the Werewolf breaks were a throwback to a couple of sixties movies but I'm still going to watch it and let you know...
Morgan Woodward's on the episode of Police Woman that Decades is showing as I write this. Lord, that guy had some major chest hair going on!
Omega IV will put hair on your chest.
Looks like the Shat himself is the guest star in the episode that they're currently showing...and I haven't seen him yet, but I caught in the credits that Smokey Robinson is also in the episode!
Yes, I know, Smokey Robinson wasn't on TOS.
David Armstrong, Dick Cherney, Roy Jensen in Taps For A Dead War, an episode of The Fugitive!
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