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Forgotten Trek Latest Posts
  • 03 Feb 2019
    The same sickbay set served four different starships.
  • 25 Jan 2019
    Using an elegant LCARS layout that was sophisticated for its time, the bulk of this website consisted of Star Trek: Voyager and Enterprise databases.
  • 07 Jan 2019
    Gene Coon rejected this two-part episode, which would have taken place on a long-lost generation ship, but encouraged the author, David Gerrold, to pitch more ideas.
  • 09 Jan 2019
    You can never have too much vintage Nichelle! Here are a couple of new ones to me. First, Nichelle in a still from her guest spot on the 70's "Tarzan" series episodes "The Deadly Silence: Part 1 & 2" as she played a character named Ruana. One can easily imagine this is Uhura on leave after the first five-year mission, on a visit to Earth and her Bantu home and family in the United States of Africa.

    In real life, the series was concurrent with Trek, from 1966-68. Since this episode was aired on 10-28-66, Trek was already in production by a couple of months, so she may have taken off from Trek to run over to the filming locations of "Tarzan," since it was also on NBC. I wonder if it coincided with any of her absences on Trek?

    Below, a rare candid photo of Nichelle after a guest appearance at an early 70's New York City Star Trek convention. We see Leonard Nimoy goofing around in a very familiar way with Nichelle, with writer Harlan Ellison in the background. (With tinted glasses and an arm around her waist.) Note the convention "Crew" badge worn by the lady on the left. It appears that Nichelle is in the middle of, or very close to, a "nip slip" in this photo! Copies of this photo are for sale on ebay, here.
    Below, a rare publicity shot of Nichelle in character. I've never seen this particular one before now.
    Below, a couple of montages of photos that were really too small to feature individually.

    Bonus: Not a particularly rare image, but stunning nonetheless; Nichelle during the filming of (possibly) "The Wrath of Khan," or one of the other sequels, like "The Search For Spock". That mischievous smile is enchanting!

    Bonus #2: Here is a blog entry on another site that gives a good overview of Nichelle's singing and dancing career, as part of a review of her album, "Dark Side Of The Moon.". I enjoyed reading it and was pleased and amused to see my own site in the list of links at the bottom for more info on Nichelle!
  • 09 Jan 2019
    Anyone that has a passing familiarity with this blog knows about my fixation (some would call it obsession) with Uhura, as played by Nichelle Nichols. So, when previously unseen photos are brought to light, it is cause for rejoicing on my part! (At least, they are new to me.) Here are a few more, the first a stunning one catching her exiting her home and striking a pose... followed by several taken before her Trek days, when she was focusing on her singing and dancing. A perfect example of striking beauty, grace and style!

    (To view full size, click on each image, and once it opens, you might need to click once more to magnify.)
    These wonderful pics below were taken at Minneapolis.
    To see more pics of the lovely Nichelle, many of them new or rare, click here for the "Uhura" tag that will link you to many more posts!
    BONUS: Not to neglect the other beauty on the show, here is a rare photo of Grace Lee Whitney on the set as Janice Rand, in a pose calculated to show her legs to the best advantage! (How come all those ladders on the sets only ever go up?)
  • 28 Nov 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.

    (To view full-size, click on the images. Once open, you may have to click on it one more time to enlarge.)
    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! https://www.facebook.com/groups/280642125800013/

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


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  • 23 Mar 2019
    Check out our next collection of "Star Trek Beyond" screencaps from 4K edition of the most recent Kelvin Timeline film!
  • 21 Mar 2019
    he season's big mystery finally gets answered in this week's "Star Trek: Discovery" episode: just who is "The Red Angel," anyway?
  • 20 Mar 2019
    "Star Trek: Discovery" continues this week with “The Red Angel,” the tenth episode of the season, and it looks like we could be about to get some answers to the big mysteries of the season: what are the energy signals Discovery has been chasing… and who is the Red Angel?
  • 19 Mar 2019
    Ss we’ve been expecting for some time, news has come through confirming our previous reporting: starship captain Anson Mount will be warping off to other adventures when STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Season 2 comes to a conclusion in April.
  • 14 Mar 2019
    The spotlight falls on cybernetic crewman Airiam in "Project Daedalus," the newest chapter of "Star Trek: Discovery" Season 2.
  • 13 Mar 2019
    Our next "Star Trek: Discovery" Canon Connections article is here, for episodes "Light and Shadows" and "If Memory Serves."

24
Mar

1920 Gene Nelson is born.
1930 William P. Dornisch is born.
1946 Robert Becker is born.
1961 Pascal Ferry is born.
1964 Lisa Lord is born.
1966 Steve Pugh is born.
1967 The score for TOS: "The City on the Edge of Forever", composed by Fred Steiner, is recorded.
1970 Nick Satriano is born.
1973 The Thirty-Fifth UK Story Arc continues in Valiant & TV21 #78 with the fifth of seventeen installments.
1986 Twenty-first day of filming on Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.
1987 Design patents for the USS Excelsior and Klingon Bird-of-Prey are issued.
1989 Fourth day of filming on TNG: "Up The Long Ladder".
1992 Sixth day of filming on TNG: "The Next Phase". Final draft script for TNG: "The Inner Light" is submitted.
1994 Tenth day of filming on TNG: "All Good Things...".
1995 Fourth day of filming on DS9: "Shakaar".
1999 Sixth day of filming on DS9: "The Dogs of War". VOY: "The Fight" airs.
2003 Fourth day of filming on ENT: "Bounty". Star Trek: Deep Space Nine season 1 DVD released in Region 2.
2013 Peter Duryea dies.

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Memory Alpha New Articles
  • 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 icollector.com.

    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 ...

  • 08 Dec 2018
    Presented below are some detailed photos of an elaborate Michelle Yeoh screen worn Terran Empire costume used in her portrayal of Emperor Philippa Georgiou in multiple first season episodes of Star Trek: Discovery. This costume features a black jumpsuit, consisting of leather and custom dyed fabric, that is accented with an ornate gold chest armor piece and a floor-length flowing gold Emperor's robe. It was part of an impressive Discovery-themed prop and costume exhibit at the Creation Official 2018 Star Trek Las Vegas Convention that took place from August 1 - 5 at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino in Nevada. Accompanying the costume photos are images of several pieces of royal weaponry; including a sword, dagger, mace and throwing star, to complete the presentation. Star Trek: Discovery will begin its second season broadcasts next month on January 17, 2019, and can be viewed exclusively on the CBS All Access streaming video on demand service....

  • 05 Dec 2018
    Presented below are some detailed photos of a Sonequa Martin-Green screen worn two-piece Terran Empire Captain's uniform used in her portrayal of Michael Burnham in multiple first season episodes of Star Trek: Discovery. This costume features a black jumpsuit, consisting of leather and custom dyed fabric, that is accented with ornate gold chest and sleeve armor pieces. It was part of an impressive Discovery-themed prop and costume exhibit at the Creation Official 2018 Star Trek Las Vegas Convention that took place from August 1 - 5 at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino in Nevada. The series will begin its second season broadcasts next month on January 17, 2019, and can be viewed exclusively on the CBS All Access streaming video on demand service....

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