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Old 09-17-2010, 05:56 AM
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Zim, check out the online series Star Trek-New Voyages (They go by Star Trek-Phase II now.)

Overall, a great homage to TOS. Well done for a fan effort.

In fact they are going to film all 13 of the Phase II scripts after they finish the next story, including all the ship and costume changes that were slated for the 1977 series.
I'm a big fan of STNV (Phase II). I've watched most of their episodes. I especially liked "World Enough And Time". I don't particularly care for the Phase II updated Enterprise design, though. But overall, I love NV. I read that they even used Cawley's bridge set for the ENT episode "In A Mirror, Darkly". Pretty cool.
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I'm a big fan of STNV (Phase II). I've watched most of their episodes. I especially liked "World Enough And Time". I don't particularly care for the Phase II updated Enterprise design, though. But overall, I love NV. I read that they even used Cawley's bridge set for the ENT episode "In A Mirror, Darkly". Pretty cool.
I could see why they'd use it, I thought it looked like his with better lighting, but wasn't sure until now.

It was also used in Star Trek-Of Gods And Men.

I liked "Blood and Fire" (The last 2 parter.)

I like that Crawley is going to do the Phase II stuff, be nice to see what could have been.

I'm also interested in seeing his Buck Rodgers redo.
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Old 09-17-2010, 07:19 AM
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I could see why they'd use it, I thought it looked like his with better lighting, but wasn't sure until now.

It was also used in Star Trek-Of Gods And Men.

I liked "Blood and Fire" (The last 2 parter.)

I like that Crawley is going to do the Phase II stuff, be nice to see what could have been.

I'm also interested in seeing his Buck Rodgers redo.
Ah. STOGAM was really good. It was a bit slow in places, but overall a great story. And I forgot about the Buck Rogers redo! I'm looking forward to that myself.
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well at least there's that for the canonists Phase II to like more.
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I'm a big fan of STNV (Phase II). I've watched most of their episodes. I especially liked "World Enough And Time". I don't particularly care for the Phase II updated Enterprise design, though. But overall, I love NV. I read that they even used Cawley's bridge set for the ENT episode "In A Mirror, Darkly". Pretty cool.
The bridge set for "Darkly" was built on Paramount Stage 9, the first time it had been rebuilt by Paramount as a complete unit since the original.

In "Relics" and "Tribble-ations" only parts of the set were built.

Source: Memory Alpha

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That really just shows you how tiny the set was.
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I enjoyed World Enough and Time, and some of the earlier efforts. Have yet to catch up and see what else Cawley's done.
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The bridge set for "Darkly" was built on Paramount Stage 9, the first time it had been rebuilt by Paramount as a complete unit since the original.

In "Relics" and "Tribble-ations" only parts of the set were built.

Source: Memory Alpha

Hmmm. I can't remember where I read it, but I swear I saw somewhere that Cawley's set was used for that ep. Oh well. I guess everybody, even me, has to be wrong once in a while.
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Hmmm. I can't remember where I read it, but I swear I saw somewhere that Cawley's set was used for that ep. Oh well. I guess everybody, even me, has to be wrong once in a while.
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Old 09-19-2010, 07:27 AM
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Ah. It seems that Mr. Cawley let the studio borrow a "targeting scope" from his set for that episode. Clicky
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