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Star Trek season 2 (remastered)


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#301 of 311 OFFLINE   Lou Sytsma

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Posted September 04 2008 - 11:36 AM

Me too. It would make for a good drinking game. Was the join line more visible in Season One? I'm only up to Wolf In The Fold and the join line has not been as apparent so far in Season Two. I wonder if they modified the design of the appliance or found a better method of blending them in with Nimoy's ears?
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#302 of 311 OFFLINE   Michael Rogers

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Posted September 04 2008 - 02:25 PM

Since a new set was applied everyday, I am sure that sometimes the seam is less visible then others. It depends on how well Fred was feeling that day or if they were rushed or if he had extra time to do some extra fine blending. But for what it's worth, I can now pick out the molding seam alongside the side of the ears pretty easily.

#303 of 311 OFFLINE   Ockeghem

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Posted September 04 2008 - 02:39 PM

Lou,

LOL!!!! Me too. I wish I could recall where I saw that. Maybe it's because I've been watching The Fly Collection (a great collection, BTW). Posted Image

#304 of 311 OFFLINE   Lou Sytsma

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Posted September 04 2008 - 10:35 PM

My understanding was that a pair of ears would last a couple of days during the original series production.
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Posted September 05 2008 - 07:47 PM

I received TOS season one SD 2004 DVD-9 set in the mail today. My plan is to rip the TOS-R episodes of MENAGERIE at SD and remix from the 9s to achieve corrected sound on TOS-R, then burn a single DVD-5 with both corrected TOS-R episodes at SD.

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#306 of 311 OFFLINE   Nelson Au

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Posted September 07 2008 - 04:50 AM

Cool David, I'd be curious to hear about how your project turns out and how you did it! I was worried I gave incorrect information that the 2004 set has the correct audio for the singing plants. I check it again, I would hate to contributed erronious information. One thing that I was reminded of upon a recent viewing of The Menagerie is how William Shatner chose to react as he materializes at Starbase 11 at the beginning of the episode. Anyone else notice how in the entire run of the Star Trek series and films he's done, he's never since did that little hop after Kirk and McCoy and Spock materializes? At least not during all normal transport sequences. (Of course, later, the optical effects allowed the actors to move during the transport dissolve)

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Posted September 07 2008 - 01:05 PM

I'm waiting for a break in work to do this MENAGERIE project but will keep you posted.

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#308 of 311 OFFLINE   Lou Sytsma

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Posted September 08 2008 - 12:56 AM

Scott, indeed of the first two security guards that are killed the one does appear to be the same actor that played Garrovick. One can only assume that the other extra was not available that day so 'Garrovick' volunteered! Or maybe it was meant as in joke! Happy 42nd birthday Star Trek! May the franchise continue to long live and prosper!(not a typo - that's the way the greeting was originally intended to be read)
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#309 of 311 OFFLINE   Ockeghem

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Posted September 08 2008 - 01:14 AM

That's right--September 8, 1966.

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Posted September 08 2008 - 03:40 AM

I'll watch an episode in honor of this day in 1966. By the way, I just had a flashback. I remember seeing Plato's Stepchildren in 1969. I think it was first run too as far as I can recall, but my mind could be misremembering it.

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Posted September 08 2008 - 08:44 AM

I was two years old, plus 6 days, when MAN TRAP first aired. Happy B-day ST!

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