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Forgotten Trek Latest Posts
  • 30 Dec 2016
    A rarely-seen publicity photo of Nimoy with the Vulcan lyrette prop.

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  • 29 Dec 2016
    From the mighty and legendary issue number 2 (from 1972) of the incomparable and unforgettable publication "The Monster Times," comes this centerfold poster of Star Trek by artists Gray Morrow. How many had this hanging up in the room as a kid?

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  • 28 Dec 2016
    Lovely Nichelle Nichols is 84 today. We hope she has a wonderful day of love and appreciation, and that her New Year has much health and happiness. We love you, Nichelle!
    Celebrate by reading some or all of the entries I have made of the past few years, right here.
  • 09 Sep 2016
    Most of the time, this blog is publishing items in my collection. But sometimes, when something extraordinary from Trek's past shows up, I will feature it, like the time the original Phaser Rifle turned up. Today, I saw a post shared by Trek contributor Doug Drexler that came from one Edward Barocela that revealed a wonderful story of a visit to the Star Trek soundstages and a photo not seen since.

    Here is the photo:

    And the story behind the photo:

    Edward Barocela‎ posted to the group STAR TREK - The Original and ONLY Timeline:

    "Nearly 49 years ago, my father Edward Sr., a motion picture engineer, was hired by Film Effects of Hollywood to work on upgrading the optical printers. One Saturday, my brother and I were out with Dad as he ran some errands. He stopped off at work and left us in the lobby of the building as he went inside to do something. Presently, a man walked by and noticed us by ourselves, bored and fidgeting. He said, "Hey, kids, do want to see a real spaceship?" Naturally we said yes, and he gave us directions to a set of double doors. We went through the doors and found ourselves on a small soundstage. And there she was: the Starship Enterprise. They let us work the control console to turn the big model's lights on and off, and to run the engine dome rotors at different speeds. They also let us handle the shuttlecraft and Romulan ship models. Needless to say, this experience made huge impression on me. I was 10 years old. Years later, my mother sent me this photo. I didn't even remember that anyone had taken pictures at the time."

    Too cool!

  • 09 Sep 2016
    Indeed, far beyond anyone's imagination, it has lived long and prospered.
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  • 26 Jun 2017
    Over the past five decades, we’ve seen STAR TREK appear in traditional television aspect ratios, widescreen upon the arrival of ENTERPRISE, and of course, in cinematic widescreen in the films – but revealed today is another new look coming with STAR TREK: DISCOVERY.
  • 26 Jun 2017
    Over the past five decades, we’ve seen STAR TREK appear in traditional television aspect ratios, widescreen upon the arrival of ENTERPRISE, and of course, in cinematic widescreen in the films – but revealed today is another new look coming with STAR TREK: DISCOVERY.
  • 24 Jun 2017
    Up in Toronto, production on STAR TREK: DISCOVERY continues – and actor Jason Isaacs (Capt. Gabriel Lorca) shared a less-than-glamorous part of working on a science fiction series: getting a lifecast made in the DISCOVERY makeup department.
  • 24 Jun 2017
    This month's STAR TREK comic releases continue with BOLDLY GO #9, as we follow Uhura and Spock back to New Vulcan after the events at the Babel Conference - but while the two Starfleet officers consider the future of their relationship, there may be danger brewing under the surface of the Vulcan people's new homeworld!
  • 23 Jun 2017
    STAR TREK: DISCOVERY producers Aaron Harberts and Gretchen Berg continue to share more about the upcoming series, as a new interview reveals new hints towards Season One's storyline - as well as relaxing that old no-conflict 'Roddenberry Rule' that constricted Trek writers in the past.


1940 Sandra Smith is born.
1950 Kenneth Marshall is born.
1959 Dan Jurgens is born.
1963 Jay Karnes is born.
1964 Terry Serpico is born.
1966 J.J. Abrams is born. Fourth day of filming on TOS: "The Man Trap". Second draft script for TOS: "Charlie X" is submitted.
1967 First day of filming on TOS: "Wolf in the Fold".
1968 Paul Rae is born. First day of filming on TOS: "And the Children Shall Lead".
1970 The Second UK Annual Story, a one-page gag, appears in the Midlands/East Anglia edition of Radio Times. The Fourteenth UK Story Arc continues in TV21 & Joe 90 #40 with the second of six installments.
1985 Jane Ross dies.
1991 Fifty-second day of filming on Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.
1994 CIC Video releases Next Generation volume 82 and Deep Space Nine volume 16 on VHS in the UK.
1995 Pocket TOS novel The Ashes of Eden published.
1996 Fifty-eighth day of filming on Star Trek: First Contact. Star Trek Monthly issue 17 released.
1997 First day of filming on VOY: "Day of Honor". Publicity group and individual shots of the main cast members in engineering and corridor are photographed.
2000 Fourth day of filming on VOY: "Unimatrix Zero, Part II".
2002 Second day of filming on ENT: "Carbon Creek".
2003 Second day of filming on ENT: "The Xindi".
2010 Corey Allen dies.
2013 Buddy Garion dies.

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Memory Alpha New Articles
  • 25 Jun 2017
    On Wednesday, June 28th at 11:00 am PST, Day 3 of Profiles in History's "Hollywood Auction 89" will commence at Profiles headquarters in Calabasas, CA. A total of 73 lots of Star Trek memorabilia will be featured in the sale; forming a very impressive offering of screen used and production related artifacts from across the franchise - that is highlighted by 28 exciting lots of Original Series related items.

    Some highlights of the TOS material include a Walter Koenig "Chekov" Starfleet uniform with tunic and pants, William Shatner's "Captain Kirk" slave tunic from the 2nd season episode "Bread and Circuses", a Jeffrey Hunter "Captain Pike" Quarters chair from the 1st pilot episode "The Cage", a set of Leonard Nimoy worn Spock Vulcan Ear tip prosthetic appliances, a rare Thrall weapon prop from the season two "The Gamesters of Triskelion" episode, and a unique 74 in. tall steel sculpture / statuary piece seen at the landing party beam down site on Starbase 11 in the 1st season episode "The Menagerie". Additionally, Original Series collectors will be impressed to see the Kirk and Trelane antique dueling pistol set from the 1st season episode "The Squire of Gothos" offered, along with many other notable TOS costume pieces and even a rare walking tribble prop.

    Noteworthy items from the subsequent Star Trek feature films and television series include an impressive 50.5 in diameter "V'Ger" Engine model filming miniature from Star Trek: The Motion Picture which is estimated at $20,000 - $30,000; Patrick Stewart's personal TNG production script and materials archive featuring 170 of his on-set scripts and over 320 documents in total; a LeVar Burton TNG Starfleet tunic and a Brent Spiner TNG Starfleet uniform; the 66 in. long Enterprise-E Bridge Engineering Console from Star Trek: First Contact, which was also screen used in ST: Insurrection and ST: Nemesis; and a set of Jeri Ryan "Seven of Nine" production worn facial and hand appliances from Star Trek: Voyager.

    Interested bidders may sign up to participate live online in this exciting offering of Star Trek props, costumes and artwork on the website at:

    Presented below are the original auction catalog photos and descriptions for some selected lots of Trek memorabilia to be sold during Hollywood Auction 89. Just click on any of the images below to view an enlarged version ...

  • 22 Jun 2017
    It is a great pleasure for this site to present the following set of detailed photos to document this exceptional William Shatner screen worn Captain Kirk gold velour tunic from the first season of Star Trek: The Original Series. This tunic is part of the complete Kirk Starfleet uniform that sold as Lot 1508 during Profiles In History's Hollywood Auction 83 in July of 2016. As seen in the composite photos immediately below, the unique arrangement of Captain's braid on the left arm cuff of this tunic can be precisely screen matched to the pattern visible in the scene from the 1st season TOS episode "Operation: Annihilate!" (first airdate: Apr. 13, 1967) where William Shatner leans over a sickbay bed to regard actress Joan Swift who portrayed his sister-in-law Aurelan Kirk in the broadcast ...

    Below are some views of this tunic from various camera angles as well as closeup shots that capture the command patch, collar, gold velour fabric, and both the right arm and left arm Captain's braid patterns. Special thanks to the Troy R. Kinunen Family / MEARS Pop Culture Collection for its very gracious permission to display all of these outstanding images of such an iconic piece of Star Trek history.

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