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Forgotten Trek Latest Posts
  • 06 Jun 2019
    Fans were eager for a glimpse of Spock's home world, but it wasn't until the movies that they got a better look.
  • 08 May 2019
    From the main shuttlebay to Cetacean Ops, visit the Enterprise-D you never saw on the show.
  • 31 Mar 2019
    Robert Fletcher named the movie's many new alien races and provided background for each one.
  • 07 May 2019
    In 1974 I sent off for my first Lincoln Enterprises catalog (see some of the other posts about them here), and in 1983 I was still getting them in the mail. By then, they were getting bigger and fancier, with color photos of much of the material within. Whereas the original ones from the 70's were in a newspaper format (which was fun to read then, but hard to scan now), the newer ones were in magazine format, though still on newsprint paper. This issue from 1983 included material from both ST:TMP and The Wrath of Khan. However, it still contained older material from their earliest catalogs, like Kung Fu, Search, and Gene's several made-for-tv pilots. This post contains the first half of the catalog, the second half will be posted soon.

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    The painting prints offered below were unusual considering how they mingled characters from the films with figures like Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon and even The Great Gonzo Muppet!
    Bonus: Below, the cover of the soft-cover "Make-Your-Own Costume Book" for ST:TMP. Published for kids, it surely wasn't made for accuracy. However, I think it would be a fun retro-cosplay for some fan to recreate one of these now!

  • 07 May 2019
    From a mid-70's fan magazine, title unknown since my copy is missing the first few pages. However, I didn't want this to prevent me from presenting an article in what remained, concerning a set visit during the filming of the third season episode "Day Of The Dove." If any fans reading this recognize the fanzine, please comment and tell me the title.

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    From the back cover, great art depicting a couple of the lovely guest characters, Nona and Vina.
    BONUS: Below, a rare photo of Shatner with one of his daughters, from a movie magazine published during the series production.

  • 07 May 2019
    From the Fall 1991 issue of the Christian Research Magazine comes this in-depth look at the philosophy of Trek as it related to religion, and Christianity in particular. Of course, in reading it, your view of the article will be influenced by your own views and beliefs. My own align with the writer of the article. But that doesn't diminish my enjoyment of the series or movies, as I know what to enjoy and accept, and what to reject and ignore, based on my own internal worldview.

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    Bonus: Below, a rare pic of Shatner studying his lines (or maybe counting them) as he bikes between takes.

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1932 Dick Giordano is born.
1943 Carolyne Barry is born.
1951 Fritz Sperberg is born.
1957 Merri Howard is born.
1964 Story outline for TOS: "The Return of the Archons" is completed.
1965 Second day of filming on TOS: "Where No Man Has Gone Before".
1966 First day of filming on TOS: "Balance of Terror". Second set of revised pages for final script draft for TOS: "Balance of Terror" are submitted.
1967 Fifth day of filming on TOS: "The Apple". Scenes at Vaal are filmed today.
1973 Roberto Orci is born.
1974 Paris Benjamin is born.
1987 Fourth day of filming on TNG: "Code of Honor". First part of a special behind-the-scenes look on the filming of Star Trek: The Next Generation is shown on the program Entertainment Tonight, hosted by John Tesh.
1990 Second day of filming on TNG: "Suddenly Human".
1994 Last day of filming on DS9: "The Search, Part I".
1995 Eighth and final day of filming on VOY: "Initiations".
1998 Third day of filming on DS9: "Shadows and Symbols". Third day of filming on VOY: "Once Upon a Time".
2000 Fifth day of filming on VOY: "Drive".
2001 Third day of filming on ENT: "Strange New World".
2004 Fourth day of filming on ENT: "Storm Front".
2005 James Doohan dies.
2007 John Graffeo dies.
2015 Seventeenth day of filming on Star Trek Beyond.

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Memory Alpha New Articles
  • 02 May 2019
    Some additional rare behind-the-scenes photos taken during the production of the second season of Star Trek: Discovery ...

  • 27 Apr 2019
    Presented below are some rare behind-the-scenes photos taken during the production of the recently concluded second season of Star Trek: Discovery ...

  • 14 Dec 2018
    Presented below is the complete set of final prices realized for the 70 lots of Star Trek memorabilia that were offered in Profiles In History's Hollywood Auction 96; which concluded this afternoon in a live online bidding session at

    The Original Series memorabilia performed exceptionally well, with Lot 1522, the Type II Phaser Pistol selling for an astounding $204,800 (with a high bid of $160,000 + $44,800 buyers premium) and Lot 1523, the William Shatner 3rd Season Captain Kirk tunic realizing a final price of $76,800 (on a high bid of $60,000 plus a $16,800 buyers premium). Lot 1579, a hero illuminating Starfleet Phaser from Star Trek: Into Darkness sold for $15,360 and Lot 1574, a Star Trek: Original Series-style U.S.S. Enterprise NCC 1701 filming miniature from Star Trek: DS9 witnessed a final price of $12,800.

    The following results show both the high bids witnessed on the items as well as the 28% buyers premium. Just click on any of the images below to view an enlarged version ...

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