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AndrewR
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I think Jim Martin did the Jemmie Bug and the Defiant and the Bajoran Solar Sailing ship.

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quote:
Originally posted by Jason Abbadon:

No idea whi takes the fall for the DS9 kitbashes though. [Big Grin]

Wasn't that mentioned in some article... it was buy a few DS9 Art Dep staffers wasn't it?

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AndrewR
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In another article, didn't Okuda say that the DS9 design was basically a collaborative effort between him, Denise, Rick, Jim, Dan Curry and others?

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Sol System
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I'm pretty sure that "The Cage" was added to the syndication schedules around the time that the first movie was coming out. (Based on Gene Roddenberry's introduction to it that's available on the old TOS DVDs ((and perhaps the new ones too, but I do not know)), and my own assumption that this was for some broadcast, since the home video market would have been just recently invented. [1976, I think, saw the introduction of Betamax, which as far as I know was the first mass-marketed home video format.])

Though, you know, I might be wrong.

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Jason Abbadon
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quote:
Originally posted by AndrewR:
In another article, didn't Okuda say that the DS9 design was basically a collaborative effort between him, Denise, Rick, Jim, Dan Curry and others?

If so, why are all the sketches Sternbachs?

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Why don't you just email Rick and ask him. It's easy enough. He usually responds pretty quickly.

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Jason Abbadon
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Got that E-address?
I have many questions and some serious praise for his abilities.

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quote:

Originally posted by Sol System:
I'm pretty sure that "The Cage" was added to the syndication schedules around the time that the first movie was coming out.

I don't know about that. The first time I ever remember seeing "The Cage" was around the time of its VHS release in 1986 (the one with the mixture of color and b&w scenes). I don't remember seeing it in syndication at all when TMP came out. As far as I can recall, the general consensus at the time was that the footage snipped out of the pilot to cut it down for "The Menagerie" was gone for good.

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Sol System
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Well, I wouldn't bet real money on my claim.
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Lee
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I agree, I remember in 1987 reading somewhere that "The Cage" was only then being released on video.

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Okay, I've updated the list and uploaded it to html format, exported directly from Excel. I also changed the date format to show the day of the week. This shows that Balance of Terror should be on the 15th since it was a Thursday. (Also interesting to note that while the other series jumped days, TNG always stayed on Monday.)
http://flareupload.pleh.net/uploads/858/ships.html

B.J.

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Perhaps you should mention that the Surak class was redesigned for it's appearance as the combat cruiser Sh'Ran.

And of course, you still need to include the T'Plana Hath, D'Vahl and Vahklas 8)

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Since someone will eventually ask, the Enterprise-J is 1282 meters long. [Smile]
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...Or roughly twice as long as the Enterprise-D. Now, if only we had some sort of ortho view so we could compare 'em... [Wink]

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quote:
Originally posted by MattC:
Since someone will eventually ask, the Enterprise-J is 1282 meters long. [Smile]

Whose ass did that snake 'n plop from?
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