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Forgotten Trek Latest Posts
  • 24 Jun 2020
    Stop the presses! Here's a photo of Nichelle, taken either during the filming of Trek or just before, that has come to light... one that I have never seen before. I had to share it with you immediately! (Click on the images to see full-size, as always.)

    Bonus: Below, a fake "vintage" ad that I created using an actual photo of Shatner taking a dramatic smoke break. The professional lighting and look of Bill in the shot seemed to suggest an ad, so I put it in the framework of an existing ad from the 60's. This is not endorsing smoking, but is making the best use of a photo that was perfect for the ad!

    Bonus #2: amazing artwork depicting many, if not most, of the characters seen in episodes of the original series! See how many you can find or identify! (Click to enlarge.)

  • 02 Oct 2019
    Artist Bob Larkin has been responsible for many. many memorable covers of the magazines that I collected when young; Planet of the Apes, Marvel's monster magazines, Crazy, DC comics covers, Trek novel covers, and many many more. I have just created a Facebook group devoted to collecting his art in one place, so if you, like me, love his art and have good memories of it, come join us! It's at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/boblarkinappreciationgroup
    A true Trek fan himself, here we see Bob in a photo from his blog commemorating the 50th anniversary of the show! Visit his blog here: http://boblarkin.blogspot.com/

  • 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.

    (To view full-size, click on each image. It will open in a new window. You may have to click on it once more to magnify.)

    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!

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TrekCore Latest Updates
  • 20 Oct 2020
    Next year's animated STAR TREK: PRODIGY gets its musical maestro, as Nami Melumad takes the composer's chair
  • 20 Oct 2020
    Art house Vannen rolls out a new pair of STAR TREK Enterprise-themed wristwatches in two dynamic color schemes
  • 20 Oct 2020
    Worf is worried about his son, Alexander, as the young Klingon begins to eschew his people's warrior culture -- but when an old family friend arrives aboard the Enterprise to act as a guide to the boy, the visitor turns out to be someone Worf never imagined.
  • 20 Oct 2020
    As the ship and crew enters into delicate negotiations with a colony that's being ceded to Cardassian control, Wesley Crusher returns to the Enterprise after a grueling year at Starfleet Academy -- only to find an unexpected, familiar face during a journey of self-discovery.
  • 19 Oct 2020
    Jean-Luc Picard's return to television arrives on home media, as we check out STAR TREK: PICARD's first season on Blu-ray
  • 19 Oct 2020
    Here's your first look at photos from STAR TREK: DISCOVERY's next episode, "Far From Home," as the Discovery crew crashes into the future!

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1914 Joseph Mullendore is born.
1933 Georgia Brown is born.
1940 Julie Parrish is born.
1946 Russ Simpson is born.
1954 Carmen Carter is born.
1966 Third day of filming on TOS: "Shore Leave". Final draft script for TOS: "Shore Leave" is revised for a third time.
1968 Sixth day of filming on TOS: "Whom Gods Destroy". First draft teleplay for the undeveloped Original Series episode "The Joy Machine" by Meyer Dolinsky is submitted, based on a story outline by Theodore Sturgeon.
1969 Nathan Anderson is born.
1970 Ernest Haller dies.
1972 The Thirty-Second UK Story Arc concludes in Valiant & TV21 #56 with the ninth of nine installments.
1983 Forty-ninth and last day of filming on Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. Principal photography is completed.
1987 Third day of filming on TNG: "The Big Goodbye".
1988 Ninth day of filming on Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. Seventh and final day of filming on TNG: "Elementary, Dear Data".
1991 TNG: "Disaster" airs. Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country is viewed by Gene Roddenberry, three days before his death. Third day of filming on TNG: "Hero Worship". CIC Video releases Next Generation volumes 25, 26, and 27 on VHS in the UK, starting the third season release.
1993 Third day of filming on TNG: "The Pegasus".
1994 Re-shots of Kirk's death scene for Star Trek Generations. Second day of filming on DS9: "Past Tense, Part I". Thirty-fourth and final day of filming on VOY: "Caretaker".
1995 Star Trek Generations premieres in South Korea.
1996 DS9: "Nor the Battle to the Strong" airs. Sixth day of filming on DS9: "Rapture".
1997 First day of filming on DS9: "Waltz". Second day of filming on VOY: "Hunters".
1998 DS9: "Take Me Out to the Holosuite" airs. VOY: "Drone" airs.
1999 Sixth day of filming on VOY: "Blink of an Eye".
2002 Seventh and final day of filming on ENT: "Precious Cargo". Paramount Home Entertainment releases Enterprise volume 1.12 on VHS in the UK.
2003 First day of filming on ENT: "Chosen Realm". Second-unit filming on ENT: "Carpenter Street".
2004 Seventh and final day of filming on ENT: "Daedalus".
2006 Remastered version of TOS: "Arena" airs.
2009 IDW Publishing releases the trade paperback collection of Mission's End. IDW Publishing releases "Nero, Number Three", issue #3 of Star Trek: Nero.
2015 IDW Publishing releases "Live Evil, Part 1", issue #50 of the ongoing Star Trek series.
2016 Star Trek Beyond premieres in Japan.

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Memory Alpha New Articles
  • 18 Sep 2020

    Presented below are some detailed auction house photos and the catalog description associated with Lot 66 in the upcoming The Prop Block September 26, 2020 Entertainment Icons Auction, for an extremely rare female Starfleet Command Tunic worn by Majel Barrett in her role as "Number One" in the first Star Trek pilot production "The Cage". It is believed that this is the only identified Barrett "Number One" tunic ever to appear at public auction.

    The complete auction catalog description is as follows:

    Star Trek: TOS Majel Barrett “Number One” Starfleet Command Tunic from “The Cage”

    An exceptionally rare and possibly unique female Starfleet command tunic worn by actress Majel Barrett in her co-starring role as “Number One” in the first filmed Star Trek pilot episode “The Cage”, which underwent principal photography during the months of November and December, 1964. The main tunic is comprised of gold velour fabric fitted with a black cotton collar and features clear indentations on the sleeves where gold rank braid was once mounted (currently not present). As Majel Barrett was the only actress in “The Cage” to feature rank braid on her Starfleet tunic, the evidence of past braid on this costume is a key element in identifying the tunic as being worn by Barrett. Additionally, both the location of the braid indentations fairly well up from the end of the sleeves, as well as the noticeably left-side shifted, off-center placement of the full body-length Velcro strip closure on the back of this tunic stunningly matches the characteristics of the costume seen on Majel Barrett in the opening scenes of the “The Cage”. (Please view the attached screenshot imagery and costume photos.) The black collar on this tunic is a modification that was made by the production team after the filming of the pilot was completed, in order that the costume might be used in regular season episodes. It is noted that a female tunic which appears to have this same configuration can be discerned in a background corridor scene during the 1st season TOS episode “The Corbomite Maneuver”, being worn by an actress that might possibly be Majel Barrett herself in a brief cameo appearance. (Please view the attached screenshot.) While lacking its original Starfleet chest insignia, this historic garment is in very fine production used condition and worthy of the finest Star Trek memorabilia collections. This is the first time we are aware of an identified Majel Barrett “Number One” costume ever being offered at auction.

    The September 26, 2020 sale features a total of 21 different lots of Star Trek franchise memorabilia. Interested bidders may register to participate in the auction directly on the icollector.com website at this link: https://www.icollector.com/The-Prop-Block-Entertainment-Icons-Auction_as67692?ps=100

     
  • 01 Jan 2020
    Presented below are some detailed images of various certificates, trophies and awards presented to Admiral Picard over the course of his Starfleet career, as displayed in the "Jean-Luc Picard: The First Duty" exhibit at the Creation Official 2019 Star Trek Las Vegas Convention, which took place from July 31 - Aug 4 at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino in Nevada. While these props have not been visually seen on-screen to date in any TNG episode or feature film, it is possible that some may have been used in the production of the new Star Trek: Picard television series, which is set to premiere on Thursday, January 23, 2020 on CBS All Access. A familiar award displayed below is the Grankite Order of Tactics, originally mentioned in the Original Series 1st Season episode "Court Martial" amongst other honors received by Captain James T. Kirk.

  • 29 Dec 2019
    Presented below is the complete set of final prices realized for the 32 lots of Star Trek memorabilia that were offered on Day 3 of Profiles In History's Hollywood: A Collector's Ranson Auction; which took place on Thursday, December 19th in a live online bidding session at icollector.com.

    The highest selling TOS-related pieces included Lot 1110, a Nichelle Nichols Lt. Uhura 3rd Season Starfleet Uniform which realized $28,800 (including the 28% buyers premium); and Lot 1111, a collection of 7 original Desilu shooting scripts, including the 2 pilots - "The Cage" and "Where No Man Has Gone Before" - which witnessed a final price of $4,480. Lot 1112, a William Shatner Captain Kirk red karate Gi from the 1st season episode "Charlie X" sold for $2,560; and Lot 1113, a gold mesh Sleep Suit from the memorable "Space Seed" episode changed hands for a total of $3,200.

    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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