Star Trek: The Next Generation Cats: (Star Trek Book, Book about Cats) (Star Trek X Chronicle Books)

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Star Trek: The Next Generation Cats: (Star Trek Book, Book about Cats) (Star Trek X Chronicle Books)

Star Trek: The Next Generation Cats: (Star Trek Book, Book about Cats) (Star Trek X Chronicle Books)

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stunt double: DeForest Kelley (uncredited) / stunt double: Tige Andrews (uncredited) (2 episodes, 1967) stunt double: Barbara Baldavin (uncredited) / stunt double: Marianna Hill (uncredited) (2 episodes, 1966)

stand-in: James Doohan and male guest star (uncredited) / stand-in: William Shatner (uncredited) (50 episodes, 1967-1969) In the alternate reality, nearly a year after stardate 2259.55, after the USS Enterprise was rechristened, Captain James T. Kirk asked Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott about the performance of the new warp core. "Purrin' like a kitten, captain " was Scott's response. ( Star Trek Into Darkness) But Star Trek brought the focus to cats, where it belonged. Here are my favorites. 1. Sylvia, Star Trek, "Catspaw" stunt double: Leonard Nimoy (uncredited) / stunt double: Robert Brown (uncredited) (3 episodes, 1967) Some animal training manuals claimed that cats, by nature, could not be trained. ( TNG: " Force of Nature") Unlike canines, they did not respond to verbal commands. ( TNG: " Force of Nature", " Phantasms")

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stunt double: William Shatner (uncredited) / stunt double (uncredited) / stunt double: John Fiedler (uncredited) / stunt knight (uncredited) / stunts (uncredited) (11 episodes, 1966-1969) Jenny Parks depicted characters from both TOS and TNG as cats in Star Trek Cats and Star Trek: The Next Generation Cats. In 2268, the USS Enterprise, on a mission in the 20th century, encountered Gary Seven, an agent of a benevolent alien power that interfered to prevent civilizations from destroying themselves. He was accompanied by a cat named Isis, who was more than she initially appeared to be. Exactly what she was remained a mystery. She was evidently capable of understanding Gary Seven, and of communicating with him in at least a rudimentary fashion. She accompanied him wherever he went. ( TOS: " Assignment: Earth") Spot was Lt. Cmdr. Data’s pet cat on Star Trek: The Next Generation, and much like Jonesy in Alien, Spot managed to pull of the remarkable feat of surviving — not only making it from the television series to the movie Star Trek Generations, but surviving the destruction of the Enterprise itself. By his own account, actor Brent Spiner did not like working with the cat who played Spot, but you can’t tell from Spiner’s performance. Referring to the fact his initial impressions of Star Trek were formed by watching TOS, Archer actor Scott Bakula noted, " I'm an old cat." ( Star Trek Monthly issue 84, p. 23)

stunt double: James Doohan (uncredited) / stunt double: Ned Romero (uncredited) / stunts (uncredited) (7 episodes, 1967-1968)Christine Chapel has no feline counterpart in the book. [19] The Alfa 177 canine, Cyrano Jones, Khan Noonien Singh, Korax, and the mother Horta have appearances. model builder: Balok's ship and cube (uncredited) / model builder: Romulan Bird of Prey (uncredited) (2 episodes, 1966) A couple of non- Star Trek cats from the fallow period between The Animated Series and The Next Generation bear mentioning. 5. Jake, The Cat From Outer Space

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