Discussion in 'Star Trek - The Original & Animated Series' started by Maurice, Mar 12, 2013.
Well, not if they're gonna cast him as a high-school basketball player... (He was 34 at the time!)
How about a fresh faced Ensign from Russia?
Disney Zorro (1958:
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Hot, hot, hot, hot, ...tamales!
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Flipping through the channels and caught an episode of 'Emergency!'
Roger Perry is on the stand as a Dr. accused of malpractice.
Madlyn Rhue, George Sawaya in Somebody To Remember, an episode of The Fugitive!
Rex Holman and Bruce Watson...
...meet Linc and Pete.
(The Mod Squad, "My Name Is Manolete," Sept. 30, 1969)
Anthony Caruso as a runaway Gypsy drover in the Rawhide episode "Incident of the Dancing Death."
Tonight's 50th anniversary season finale of Ironside ("Walls Are Waiting," Apr. 15, 1971) featured a couple of previously acquainted guys named Shatner and Carmel as its top-billed guests. While their characters, a hard-nosed parole officer and a shady lawyer, were at odds with each other, they didn't share any scenes. Shat did appear on camera with Barbara Anderson, who was making her final appearance as a series regular. I don't have any screenshots, but IMDb has a shitload.
Bob the Discount Big Softie...
One of the guys he does end up going all Kling-on is Arthur Batanides, who kidnapped his Ladyfriend of the Week.
(The Mod Squad, "An Eye for an Eye," Oct. 7, 1969)
Kim Catrall is being stalked by Robert Walker Jr. on the episode of Charlie's Angels currently airing on COZI tv.
Stanley Adams does not get beat up by Pete or Linc in this episode.
(The Mod Squad, "Willie Poor Boy," Nov. 18, 1969)
Paul Comi, in Never Stop Running, an episode of The Fugitive!
"Solid and solid--what is solid!?!"
(The Mod Squad, "The Debt," Dec. 30, 1969)
Jon Lormer, Johnny Haymer in Haunted, an episode of The Incredible Hulk!
Leonard Nimoy's other walk-on appearance on The Carol Burnett Show: after the "Mission: Improbable" sketch in a 1970 episode, Nimoy came on with Peter Graves, Greg Morris, and Peter Lupus. It was just on MeTV.
But the best part was Burnett destroying Barbara Bain with her impression. Bain evidently declined the invitation to appear.
I was just watching 1971's Little Big Man starring Dustin Hoffman, which includes Jeff Corey as Wild Bill Hickok.
Don Marshall in Mystery Man, an episode of The Incredible Hulk!
"Love and the Pulitzer Prize Baby," a segment in the February 5, 1971, episode of Love, American Style, features Leslie Parrish as a famous actress who propositions a prize-winning author played by Roger Perry to father a child that will have her looks and his brains.
To quorew Geroge BernardShaw in asimilar situation:
"But my dear, what if the baby has my looks and your brains?'
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