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Darn, I thought I had seen all of them.
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Korob, of Catspaw, in the Have Gun Will Travel episode, "Return of the Lady".
A mean SOB, as usual.
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I just rewatched Dagger of the Mind the other week, then at the end of the week High Plains Drifter, spotting Marianna Hill, who Memory Alpha assures me had all sorts of run ins with other Trek alumni.
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Boris Lee Krutonog, "Oleg's dad," as noted in the thread for The Americans:

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Ken Lynch, the mining engineer from Devil in the Dark, in the Have Gun, Will Travel episode, The Long Hunt.
The previous episode of HGWT, The Monster of Moon Ridge, was written by Gene Roddenberry.
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Ken Lynch, the mining engineer from Devil in the Dark, in the Have Gun, Will Travel episode, The Long Hunt.
The previous episode of HGWT, The Monster of Moon Ridge, was written by Gene Roddenberry.
No, it was Anthony Caruso who played Jose, Bella Oxmyx from A Piece of the Action.
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A slight cheat, but Holy Mackerel!:

I was watching "TOS: Court Martial;" haven't seen Joan Marshall (Areel Shaw) in just about anything else, so I IMDBed her. Lots of stuff prior to ST:TOS. Then there was a listing for "The Munsters," from 2004 . Ms Shaw passed on in 1992 . Dig it: JM played Phoebe Munster in the original pilot (Phoebe became Lily later on), but was let go because she was too similar to Morticia Addams from that other show. A SECOND pilot was filmed that included Yvonne DeCarlo as (now) Lily. And the original original pilot was released (?) in 2004.* I haven't seen it yet (drool, drool) so there's your cheat. I beg forgiveness.


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Old 06-13-2018, 09:20 PM
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Anthony Caruso, Bella Oxmyx from A Piece of the Action playing a US Army colonel in the Whirlybirds episode of 1959, Egg Code.
BTW, he steals the girl from one of the Whirlybird guys, PT.
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Just caught an episode of Batman with two Trek actors; Elisha Cook, Jr., who had been in Court Martial, and Leslie Parrish, who would go on to be in Who Mourns for Adonais? And all of those shows were from 1967.

And it was the last episode of Batman without Yvonne Craig, who would go on to be in Whom Gods Destroy.
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I was watching an Alias Smith and Jones rerun today when I spotted Susan Oliver, Vina from The Cage.
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Ran across this one on another board.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zIbI1Q5OV6g

He eventually got over being shocked by cyborgs.
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He eventually got over being shocked by cyborgs.
He's what, 20 years old?
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I was watching an Alias Smith and Jones rerun today when I spotted Susan Oliver, Vina from The Cage.
She was in a lot of TV shows, both before and after Trek. She was also an accomplished aviator, only the fourth woman to fly the Atlantic solo in a single-engine airplane, and a winner of the Powder Puff Derby.

Yvonne Craig, another green-skinned Orion slave girl, from "Whom Gods Destroy", was better known as Batgirl.
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Ms. Oliver's appearance in "The Cage" could be considered a counterpoint to her TZ appearance where she helped put someone in a cage. I also remember her from a two-part "Fugitive" episode, as well as a couple of guest shots on "The Invaders".
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I saw Grace Lee Whitney in another ep of "77 Sunset Strip." She played a stripper. Think she was only in the opening scene. I didn't recognize her, but saw her name in the credits, so I restarted it.
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I saw Grace Lee Whitney in another ep of "77 Sunset Strip." She played a stripper. Think she was only in the opening scene. I didn't recognize her, but saw her name in the credits, so I restarted it.
Do you recall which caper it was?
I've seen many of them, but I don't recall a stripper or Ms. Whitney.
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^^The Left Field Caper. The scene occurred in the dressing room, not on stage, so she didn't actually strip--but it was very obvious what her profession was. As you can see in the credits, her stage name was 'Flame,' so she might have had reddish hair(piece) for this ep.
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I'm watching another Alias Smith and Jones rerun and Mark Lenard is in this one. He's most famous for playing Sarek, but he was also the Romulan commander in Balance of Terror and played one of the "new" Klingons in Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
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I'm watching another Alias Smith and Jones rerun and Mark Lenard is in this one. He's most famous for playing Sarek, but he was also the Romulan commander in Balance of Terror and played one of the "new" Klingons in Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
The answer to a great trivia question; who is the only actor to play a human, a Vulcan, a Romulan, a Klingon, and a gorilla?
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The answer to a great trivia question; who is the only actor to play a human, a Vulcan, a Romulan, a Klingon, and a gorilla?
Lenard was a gorilla? Or are you thinking of Janos Prohaska?
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Lenard was a gorilla? Or are you thinking of Janos Prohaska?
Lenard was a gorilla, but not in Star Trek. He had a recurring role in the Planet of the Apes TV series.
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Just saw the 1965 James Garner/Eva Marie Saint WWII drama 36 Hours. James Doohan has a single line as a British officer (RAF, I think) in London just before D-Day, and Celia Lovsky (T'Pau) plays an elderly German woman who's part of the anti-Nazi underground.
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Is that the film where Garner has a paper cut?
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Lenard was a gorilla, but not in Star Trek. He had a recurring role in the Planet of the Apes TV series.
He was also in an episode of Buck Rogers as an alien who could remove his own head. Seriously. Wikipedia describes his character as "a mysterious head-removing ambassador."
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He was also in an episode of Buck Rogers as an alien who could remove his own head. Seriously. Wikipedia describes his character as "a mysterious head-removing ambassador."
An episode called "Journey to Oasis" just to grab as much Star Trek reference as possible. Amazingly enough, Mark Lenard's head-removing character wasn't the weirdest thing in that episode - the riddle-spouting, lightning bolt shooting blue dwarf named Odee-x had that honor. Odee-x was played by Felix Silla, who I believe was a Talosian in "The Cage", by the way.

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Odee-x was played by Felix Silla, who I believe was a Talosian in "The Cage", by the way.
Better known as "Cousin Itt" on The Addams Family.
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And the robot Tiwiki in Buck Rogers. He got around!
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Yes, which turns out to be an important clue.

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And the robot Tiwiki in Buck Rogers. He got around!
Linky no worky.
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An episode called "Journey to Oasis" just to grab as much Star Trek reference as possible. Amazingly enough, Mark Lenard's head-removing character wasn't the weirdest thing in that episode - the riddle-spouting, lightning bolt shooting blue dwarf named Odee-x had that honor. Odee-x was played by Felix Silla, who I believe was a Talosian in "The Cage", by the way.
I would humbly suggest that the weirdest thing about it was Mark Lenard's dialogue during the head-removal scene. Buck is gawping at this dude who just took off his own head and set it down on a big rock. And Lenard's disembodied head says, ever so self-righteously, "On my planet, you would be considered a monster because you can't remove your head."

Truly, a powerful lesson about accepting those who are different!
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Linky no worky.
Nor does it work for me now.
It was a picture of the actor in the robot costume, holding the helmet.
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Nor does it work for me now.
It was a picture of the actor in the robot costume, holding the helmet.
Here's the proper link http://www.gavinrothery.com/my-blog/...lix-silla.html (for some reason the link in your previous post was triplicated, so didn't work)
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...Lenard's disembodied head says, ever so self-righteously, "On my planet, you would be considered a monster because you can't remove your head."....
Heavy Metal magazine once had a story about a planet of humanoid aliens who could remove their heads. They welcomed a delegation of Earth diplomats and helpfully removed their heads for them so that they could attend a big banquet in their honor. The story ended before the aliens started to wonder about why their guests were now so quiet....
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Here's the proper link http://www.gavinrothery.com/my-blog/...lix-silla.html (for some reason the link in your previous post was triplicated, so didn't work)
Thanks, Andy L.
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Elisha Cook, Jr, Samuel T. Cogley in Court Martial, in the Wagon Train episode, The Nancy Palmer Story. Cook was in the Humphrey Bogart films The Maltese Falcon and The Big Sleep.

Nancy Palmer is played by Audrey Meadows, know for her role as Alice, Jackie Gleason's spouse in The Honeymooners.
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I saw Grace Lee Whitney in another ep 'of "77 Sunset Strip'. '88 Keys' from the last season. She played. . . A stripper!

Deforest Kelley was also in this one, although they had no scenes together, so they may or may not have met during the filming.
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I saw Grace Lee Whitney in another ep 'of "77 Sunset Strip'. '88 Keys' from the last season. She played. . . A stripper!

Deforest Kelley was also in this one, although they had no scenes together, so they may or may not have met during the filming.
Dammit, I haven't seen that one. Now I have to remember where I supposedly watch 77 Sunset Strip.
Oh, extra points for spotting two ST actors in the same episode.
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Just saw the lovely Carolyn McCormick (Minuet) in an episode of Spenser: For Hire; she had a recurring role as a tough-but-tender assistant DA in the Boston detective show's second season.

http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Minuet
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James Cromwell (Zefram Cochrane) was in the most recent episode of the HBO corporate-dynasty drama Succession, playing his usual cranky-old-guy character.
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Just saw the lovely Carolyn McCormick (Minuet) in an episode of Spenser: For Hire; she had a recurring role as a tough-but-tender assistant DA in the Boston detective show's second season.
She was also Dr. Olivet on Law and Order (the psychologist)

Today I saw the classic Outer Limits episode "The Inheritors" - which has Lord Garth in it.
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Alan Ruck (Capt. Harriman) is also in Succession, as the New Agey eldest son of the Rupert Murdochesque patriarch.

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I'm watching another Alias Smith and Jones rerun and Mark Lenard is in this one. He's most famous for playing Sarek, but he was also the Romulan commander in Balance of Terror and played one of the "new" Klingons in Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
He was also a regular on Here Come The Brides, a short-lived series in the 1960s. I was an antagonist character - rich and scheming, as I recall.
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He was also a regular on Here Come The Brides, a short-lived series in the 1960s. I was an antagonist character - rich and scheming, as I recall.
He was in Brides along with Robert "Lazarus" Brown, as noted earlier.

EDIT:
I just Googled Brown; apparently, he's still with us at age 91!

Way to go, Bob!
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He was also a regular on Here Come The Brides, a short-lived series in the 1960s. I was an antagonist character - rich and scheming, as I recall.
A Romulan to the core!

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He was also a regular on Here Come The Brides, a short-lived series in the 1960s. I was an antagonist character - rich and scheming, as I recall.
There's a great Star Trek novel (called Ishmael by Barbara Hambly) in which Spock travels back to Seattle in the 1800s, and meets the characters of "Here Comes the Brides" - including his ancestor (the guy played by Mark Lenard). Spock also meets characters who are clearly intended to be the crew of the Battlestar Galactica, Paladin (from Have Gun Will Travel), the Cartwrights, and the 2nd and 4th Doctors.

This last weekend I saw "12 Angry Men" - and one of the jurors is Hengist of "Wolf in the Fold"
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Anthony Caruso, Bela Oxmyx in TOS A Piece of the Action in the Wagon Train episode, The Traitor, with a goofy beard and a goofy Mexican accent.
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Lenard played the evil Bosnian Count Draja in "The Night of the Iron Hand" on Wild, Wild West.
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A slight cheat, but Holy Mackerel!:

I was watching "TOS: Court Martial;" haven't seen Joan Marshall (Areel Shaw) in just about anything else, so I IMDBed her. Lots of stuff prior to ST:TOS. Then there was a listing for "The Munsters," from 2004 . Ms Shaw passed on in 1992 . Dig it: JM played Phoebe Munster in the original pilot (Phoebe became Lily later on), but was let go because she was too similar to Morticia Addams from that other show. A SECOND pilot was filmed that included Yvonne DeCarlo as (now) Lily. And the original original pilot was released (?) in 2004.* I haven't seen it yet (drool, drool) so there's your cheat. I beg forgiveness.


*Confused? You won't be after this episode of, Soap!
Well, what do you know? Guess what pops up on my phone this morning in the YouTube app? The Munsters' original pilot (with Areel Shaw as "not-Lily")!
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Well, what do you know? Guess what pops up on my phone this morning in the YouTube app? The Munsters' original pilot (with Areel Shaw as "not-Lily")!
Wow. I would never have recognized her!

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This was more a case of spotting a non-ST actor in an ep. I saw "The Empath" again this weekend. When they showed the two scientists in their. . . containers, I thought to myself, "That looks like Jason Wingreen." Sure enough, it was. I didn't id Davis Roberts, who was the other one, but I was familiar with him (he had a spot or two on "Sanford and Son" as Fred's chain-smoking doctor).

Wingreen was in practically everything form the 1950s thru the 1970s, and his best-unknown role was the voice of Boba Fett in the original "Star Wars."

His face was pretty twisted around in "The Empath," but still was enough to peg him.
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Random Trek search led me to this page which has some props that were in Trek and elsewhere. The Jupiter 8 from Bread and Circuses is also Catwoman's car. The Mork and Mindy spacesuit cracked me up!
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