Monday, April 10, 2006

Me, on Star Trek!!!

For all those of you who doubted my Trekkie credentials, doubt no more!!!



Here I am as the Vulcan captain of the U.S.S. Galois, the starship I commanded for the fifteen-episode community cable Star Trek parody that my brother and I wrote and produced.

The cool thing is that my brother has started posting the various episodes to his blog!!!

Here are the first few:

episode 1: Playing God
episode 3: The Rivalry
episode 4: Deus Ex Machina
episode 5: Holo Pursuit

Some fave photos, again lifted from his blog:


I'm in the red, my two brothers are the guys in the blue and the yellow.


Even my mom got in the act!!!


My little sister is the kid in the foreground -- she's a grown-up now!!! :D


This one's a little blurry, but it's my big fight scene!!! I think this is the one and only time I've ever done a theatrical/choreographed fight. Man was that fun!!! Fortunately my co-star seemed to know what he was doing... :D

For more photos and the episode descriptions, see the links above to my brother's blog!!!

6 comments:

Cynthia E. Bagley said...

Wow... what fun... so these episodes took you to the dark side??? LOL

Watt Mahoun said...

I think I detected a crack-up/giggle at the end of "Playing God"'s first worshipping crowd scene. :-) There was something eerily familiar about that scene...but I can't quite put my finger on it...

What a great time...and about the time you were doing that project, I was probably trying to convince some poor sap, using a choreographed script of another sort, that he desperately needed true religion, and that if he prayed hard enough he would get a message from god that the BoM was true.

Life is full of irony and I find it highly entertaining.

HW said...

It reminds me of the series my friend and i cobbled together. Except ours consisted of mostly landing partys in his back yard.

C.L. Hanson said...

Hey HW!!

It's fun to do, isn't it?

We had plenty of silly landing parties as well: in the backyard, at the park, at the sculpture garden, at the local Kinko's (don't ask lol), etc.

Eight Hour Lunch said...

Ok, it's rare, but I think I've officially been outnerded. Congratulations. It's not easy to do. :)

C.L. Hanson said...

Hey 8HL Doug!!!

Few people can beat me on this one. ;-)