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Star Trek 1.16 (The Galileo Seven)

First Aired: January 5, 1967

Cast:
Don Marshall (Lt. Boma)
John Crawford (High Commissioner Ferris)
Peter Marko (Crewman Gaetano)
Phyllis Douglas (Yeoman Mears)
Rees Vaughn (Crewman Latimer)
Grant Woods (Lt. Cmdr. Kelowitz)
Robert Maffei (Creature)
Writers: Shimon Wincelberg, Oliver Crawford
Oh. No Rand. Maybe she has gone.
So, a shuttle from the Enterprise crashes on a planet, with Spock, McCoy, Scott and four others. Having not watched this for a while, my guess is that the four “unknowns” will die, and the others will survive.
I think this is the first time that we have seen a shuttle from the Enterprise. (The one we saw in part one of The Menagerie was from the space station, although these are clearly the same sets!!) This episode is supposed to be a classic. But it is about seven people trapped on a planet being killed off by yeti-like monsters. What is to like? The only plus side to The Galileo Seven is that we notch up a few more crew deaths! (One on another landing party, 2 on the Galileo).
Crew Deaths: 3
Total Crew Deaths So Far: 23
Score: 3/10
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August 8, 2007 - Posted by | monsters |

1 Comment »

  1. RIP – Phyllis Hodges Boyce, 73, sold real estate in Malibu. Before that she was Yeoman Mears of Shuttlecraft Galileo. When it crashed on Taurus II she joined the Enterprise crew. She was also in “Gone with the Wind” when she was just 2. http://urdead2me.wordpress.com/2010/05/12/rip-phyllis-hodges-boyce/

    Comment by urdead2me | May 23, 2010 | Reply


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