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Dr. Madd

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Re: STAR TREK..To Boldly Go Where No Monster Has Gone Before!
« Reply #75 on: May 15, 2011, 11:28:51 AM »
Ok guys.. Someone needs to make a Star trek bridge scene diorama with Dracula as Kirk, The Monster as Sulu, The Wolfman as Chekov, Gillman  as  Spock, And the Phantom as McCoy.
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Re: STAR TREK..To Boldly Go Where No Monster Has Gone Before!
« Reply #76 on: May 15, 2011, 02:53:28 PM »
I finally remembered to take a pic of my favorite Star Trek piece:

This is the 1979 Mr. Spock liquor decanter done for "Star Trek: The Motion Picture". It's in excellent original condition. I've already told my daughter that when I shuffle off this mortal coil, I want to be cremated and have my ashes placed in this decanter. I promised to haunt her if she didn't do it ;)
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Note to self.........after George dies, never drink out of the Spock decanter which will be up for sale shortly on eBay.
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Re: STAR TREK..To Boldly Go Where No Monster Has Gone Before!
« Reply #77 on: June 07, 2012, 11:00:47 AM »
Here are scans from my Topps Star Trek card set which was issued in 1976:









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Re: STAR TREK..To Boldly Go Where No Monster Has Gone Before!
« Reply #78 on: October 22, 2012, 10:12:55 AM »
Hi all,

Lots of pics of Playmates "Star Trek" action figures and other "Star Trek" collectibles help to illustrate "Star Trek: The Complete Unauthorized History" by Robert Greenberger, a beautiful, new hardcover book that has just arrived in stores.

For those playing at home, the five featured photos from my own collection are: Arex &  M'Ress Filmation TAS customized action figures (page 58), Therin of Andor as Maltz the Klingon introducing Bjo Trimble at Eccentricon in Australia (page 135), Star Trek Potato Heads (page 135), New Zealand fan Lana Pennington-Brown's artwork of Data & Tasha on a one-off Mike McGann printed sweater (page 145) and my "United Federation of Paramount" t-shirt from Lincoln Enterprises (page 146). I received my first email accolade today, from someone who saw my Arex custom figure in the book and went Googling for my details!

I love the way the designer was able to trim and enlarge Arex and M'Ress out of this bigger pic:

Star Trek customized action figures by Therin of Andor, on Flickr
Above: Tuvix, Dr Selar, Arex, M'Ress and Trader Worf with tribbles.


Star Trek: The Complete Unauthorized History by Therin of Andor, on Flickr

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Re: STAR TREK..To Boldly Go Where No Monster Has Gone Before!
« Reply #79 on: February 01, 2013, 10:20:41 PM »
This is the beautiful A&BC Star Trek card set from 1969. It is a 55 card set, and is the very first full-color Star Trek card set produced. The 55 cards all depict scenes from episode #7 of the original Star Trek series "What Are Little Girls Made Of?".  It starred the very large and ominous Ted Cassidy as Ruk and the slightly clad Sherry Jackson as Andrea. There are humorous errors on the back of several cards........on card #1 Kirk is identified as ROGER Kirk......on card 2 Spock is called a mix of earthman and Martian...ha! And throughout the cards, Ruk is called Rock........here are the first 24 of the 55 set........












 

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