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Forgotten Trek Latest Posts
  • 24 May 2018
    Before Star Trek in Sound and Vision, it was extremely difficult to find audio and high-quality image files on the web.
  • 29 Apr 2018
    A gem of the early Internet, this site was unusually heavy on graphics for its time.
  • 29 Apr 2018
    Michael Chandler's website was only online for a few years, but it made a big impression on me.
  • 16 Apr 2018
    The second issue of The Monster Times newspaper was super-special to young Trekkers like myself, being pretty much the first magazine to devote an entire issue to the subject. Below is the entire interview with Bill Shatner, conducted just after the series had ended, in 1969.

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    If you loved TMT and have fond memories of it, you will enjoy the group I have created devoted to it on Facebook! Join today and get in on all the fun, as we have several contributors and editors of the magazine as members, including the interviewer in the article Steve Vertlieb, and writer Gary Gerani!

    Bonus: Below, a publicity photo of Chekov (Walter Koenig) and Yeoman Martha Landon (Celeste Yarnall).

  • 28 Mar 2018
    In 1974, while perusing the latest issue of The Monster Times I had just picked up, I saw an advertisement for both the Sci-Fi Special (in magazine format) and the newspaper format Star Trek Special #2. Since my grandmother's house was a haven where I could be myself and read what I wanted, and where I stored my collection of magazines and comics to keep them safe from my stepdad, I ordered both and had them delivered to her house. A few weeks later when I visited again, they had arrived and were waiting for me! It was an exciting afternoon and evening, I can tell you that, as I soaked in all the great stuff contained therein.

    Below you will find scans of the issue's first half, with the second half coming soon.

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    Bonus: If you fondly remember TMT, join a new Facebook group I have created dedicated solely to this fantastic publication!

  • 09 Oct 2017
    From a 1967 movie magazine comes this article with 40 intimate things you always wanted to know about Leonard Nimoy!

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    Bonus #1: A rare publicity photo of Shatner and guest star Celeste Yarnell from "The Apple." I have no clue what odd kind of alien plant he's using to impress her with his knowledge of...

    "Why waste time with Chekov over there? Let's show the natives how it's really done."
    Bonus #2: Rare publicity photo of Joan Collins as Edith Keeler.

    "Oh, Mr. Kirk... would you help me with the dreadfully heavy doily?"
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TrekCore Latest Updates
  • 14 Aug 2018
    Do you have the lobes for business? See if you can keep up with the fast-paced Ferengi financial fun in new "Star Trek: Galactic Enterprises" strategy game!
  • 14 Aug 2018
    One of the biggest casting questions of "Star Trek: Discovery‘s" second season has been addressed today, as CBS has revealed who will don the famous pointed ears of Enterprise science officer Spock in 2019: the answer is actor Ethan Peck.
  • 13 Aug 2018
    From Earth's Spacedock to the Enterprise-B, from the Kelvin Timeline to "Star Trek: Discovery," we round up all the latest announcements on Eaglemoss' upcoming Trek models!
  • 12 Aug 2018
    Coming in October from Running Press: a collectible, die-cast metal LOCUTUS OF BORG mask with display stand and 48-page behind-the-scenes book detailing the history of the Borg and the Locutus character.
  • 12 Aug 2018
    We chat with "Star Trek: Discovery" costume designer Gersha Phillips about bringing 1960s-era "Star Trek" style to modern times, updating the look of the Terran Empire, cosplay, and more in our new interview!


1933 William O'Connell is born.
1938 Jack Hinkle is born.
1939 Eddie Paskey is born.
1942 Richard Ryder is born.
1947 Ray Wise is born.
1949 Patrick Kilpatrick is born.
1950 Gina August is born.
1951 Greg Bear is born.
1954 Breon Gorman is born.
1962 Geoffrey Blake is born.
1968 Sixth day of filming on TOS: "For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky".
1970 Ian Calip is born.
1987 The score for TNG: "The Naked Now" is recorded at Paramount Stage M, conducted by Ron Jones. Fifth day of filming on TNG: "The Last Outpost". Among the scenes shot today are the first featuring the Ferengi. Bertrand Roberson, Jr. is born.
1990 Final draft script for TNG: "Legacy" is submitted.
1991 Third day of filming on TNG: "Disaster". Irving A. Feinberg dies.
1992 Third day of filming on DS9: "Emissary".
1993 Third day of filming on TNG: "Phantasms".
1996 Final draft script for DS9: "Trials and Tribble-ations" is submitted.
1997 Second day of filming on VOY: "Year of Hell, Part II". Third day of filming on DS9: "Favor the Bold".
1998 Third day of filming on DS9: "Chrysalis".
2002 Seventh and final day of filming on ENT: "Dead Stop". Pocket Books story collection The Amazing Stories published.
2003 First day of filming on ENT: "Exile".
2004 Sixth day of filming on ENT: "Borderland".
2011 Reza Badiyi dies.
2015 Fortieth day of filming on Star Trek Beyond.

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Memory Alpha New Articles
  • 17 Apr 2018
    Below are some additional rare photos from the production of the successful first season of Star Trek: Discovery. Readers are also directed to the following link for an earlier post of rare behind-the-scenes images from the show:

  • 09 Mar 2018
    I am truly pleased to announce the release of a new Original Series related book, my 4th work on the science fiction show that I hold so dear, called "Autographs of the Final Frontier: Rare Signatures, Warm Sentiments and Handwritten Filming Memories from the Cast, Crew and Guest Stars of TOS". It is a 480 page, full color volume that covers all three seasons of the series ... now available on Amazon at: Below is the "official" description, which is followed by some preview images of its interior pages ... that represent almost 42 years of autograph collecting on my part! It is my sincere hope that this edition will provide some enjoyable moments to my fellow Star Trek fans who choose to acquire it, as perhaps a new insight on the making of the Original Series or a never before seen rare photo or possibly a memorable written remark from an admired TOS artist is discovered within its pages.

    With over 450 autographs and 500 rare behind-the-scenes photos, this 480 page full color volume presents one of the most comprehensive collections of Original Series autographs ever assembled, featuring many rarely seen signatures from prominent guest stars as well as members of the studio production team and the artists that were involved with all aspects of the show's development - from set design and costume creation to prop fabrication, screenwriting, directing and even musical composition. The collection is highlighted by dozens of handwritten notes from various guest actors that reminisce about their experiences while filming their TOS episode and, whether it be Meg Wyllie's remarks on her early morning makeup calls to become the Talosian "The Keeper", or France Nuyen's reflections on having Elaan's armor costume plates glued to her skin, or Don Marshall's remembrance of creative differences with the Director on the demeanor of his Lt. Boma character and how Leonard Nimoy intervened on his behalf, or BarBara Luna's anecdote about falling ill with a severe flu while filming her scenes, readers can enjoy discovering many little pieces of Star Trek history directly from the handwritten accounts of the actual actors involved. The hundreds of autographs featured in this book were assembled by the author over the course of almost 42 years of collecting, beginning with some in-person signatures obtained from Nichelle Nichols, James Doohan and others at the Toronto Star Trek '76 convention held at the Royal York Hotel in his hometown of Toronto, Canada in late July, 1976. Together with it's additional biographical data on the artists, and the hundreds of rare behind-the-scenes production photos from all three seasons of TOS, including many new images not shown in the author's To Boldly Go - Rare Photos from the TOS Soundstage book series, this edition is truly a unique and enjoyable treasure trove of Star Trek filming history.

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