Trek guest actors in maybe surprising roles

Discussion in 'Star Trek - The Original & Animated Series' started by Maurice, Mar 12, 2013.

  1. J.T.B.

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    Whit Bissell plays outside his normal type as George Custer in Cheyenne, "The Broken Pledge," 1957.
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  2. Christopher

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    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).
     
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    Clint Howard in Solo:A Star Wars Story (2018)
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    James Gregory vs. Linc!

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    The really dramatic moves, like Linc diving off the picnic table, were done in long shots by stunt doubles.

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    Jeff Corey in Shattered Image, an episode of The Streets of San Francisco!
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    Familiar face-wearing Substitute Artie Frank Harper meets Jim West at a familiar locale:
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    (The Wild Wild West, "The Night of the Winged Terror – Part I," Jan. 17, 1969)
     
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    Marj Dusay: Dowdy fake librarian by day...
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    Sherry Jackson in The Space Croppers, an episode of Lost in Space!
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    Liam Sullivan in His Majesty Smith, an episode of Lost in Space! I forgot to put this one up last week! :crazy:
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    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.
     
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    Blink and you'll miss him, but Skip Homier has a tiny roll as a government minion in The Wild, Wild West Revisited.
     
  12. johnnybear

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    Funnily enough I have pencilled this one in for the end of the week!
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    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.
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    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'.
     
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    What do James T. Kirk and Archie Bunker have in common...?
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    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...
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    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!
     
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    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.
     
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    David Armstrong, Dick Cherney, Roy Jensen in Taps For A Dead War, an episode of The Fugitive!
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