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    A Huge Collection of Color Slides and Continuity Notes from the Original Television Series, "Star Trek." NBC Television, 1966-1969. Seventy-nine envelopes, each typed with the name of one of the original episode titles, each filled with a number of color slides and/or color pieces of cut film showing scenes from that episode, each envelope having a number of small pieces of paper with typed continuity notes (such as "Spock - Bridge - near sensors" and "Kirk, Uhura, Scott, Sulu, Lt. Hadley (Navigator) and Yeoman - Bridge" and the like); evidently from the files of someone who worked on the series such as an editor or script supervisor. Requires Third Party Shipping.
    Slides: 2" x 2"

    Please know our catalogue illustration does not do justice to this lot.


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    Auction Dates
    March, 2013
    30th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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