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Star Trekkin', Across the Universe

If you have not seen today's Google Doodle, check it out immediately. Click on everything you can find to click on. Make sure you find the tribbles.

(Also, if you're looking at this post in the future, try here.)

46th Anniversary of Star Trek. Whoa.

As many of you know, I have a deep and abiding love for the original series (and the spinoff animated series). Later incarnations had their moments too, but starting with Star Trek III, the whole franchise just sorta fell into decline, until it reached its lowest point with that awful, awful, not-at-all-good Abrams film.

In honor of my beloved show's anniversary, please enjoy some clips of the remastered FX release. Back in the '70s, this is what Star Trek looked like in my head, even if that's not quite what it looked like on the screen. ;)





-The Gneech

PS: Did I mention the Abrams one was no good?

Comments

the_gneech
Sep. 8th, 2012 02:51 pm (UTC)
The icon originally had Bones plus some shots from the animated series as well, but I couldn't get it all to fit in the 40k limit so some frames ended up edited out. Alas, Bones was among them.

Anyway, yes, you have a point about procedure, but technology-wise, my point is still true, thanks to Matt Jeffries.

-TG
kamau_d_lyon
Sep. 8th, 2012 10:36 pm (UTC)
You'd think in this day and age of drives measured in TB they could up the size of icon files. I fully agree that Jeffries was a key factor in projecting the tech available to them.

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