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Star Trek Remastered 3x07 Day of the Dove [TV Rip]

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Name:Star Trek Remastered 3x07 Day of the Dove [TV Rip]

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* S O U N D T R E K K E R \\\' S B L U R B *

My New Year Resolution is bringing you the new tv rips more quickly after the intial broadcast, and today I managed to get it after half a week already! That means, I will write my blurbs more quickly now, making them a little more focused and more tight. Most of you know the episodes anyway, so I will concentrate more on adding some more unknown tidbits and facts you may not have known. Enjoy!

Day of the Dove, one of the better shows from treks low-rated third season, is the story of the encounter with an energy force that feeds on anger, hatred and hostility. It confronts our crew with a Klingon crew, arming both of them with swords and sets them at each other's throats on board the Enterprise. Kirk and his opponent, Kang must come to grips with what exactly is putting them through this, and combat it before both sides are slaughtered.

Story and script are both written by Jerome Bixby, who also wrote the classics Mirror, Mirror, Requiem to Methuselah and By Any Other Name. One of his most famous works was the story for the movie Fantastic Voyage (USA 1968), and his story for Requiem for Methuselah about a man who is practically immortal was made again into a movie named The Man from Earth (2007), starring John Billingsley. There are several torrents elsewhere for this film, and the director, Richard Schenkman, even encouraged everyone to download his movie using bittorrent (it's a low budget film which was able to get recognition for its quality after thousands of downloads!).
Jerome Bixby had this to say about the story:

********************Day of the Dove was kind of my response to the Vietnam thing at that time. Throw down the swords. I wanted to write a peace story. My original story was very late sixties, and I ended it with a peace march which, thank God, also came out.*************

Guest starring is Michael Ansara as Kang, who is perfectly cast, and he gave a most memorable performance, playing the part with all the expertise gathered from his years of portraying exotic heroes and villains in feature films, including 'Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea' (1960). On TV, he guest starred in many other roles in science fiction, fantasy, and horror series, including 'The Outer Limits' ('The Soldier', written by Harlann Ellison), 'Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea' (in 'Hot Line', and 'The Hunters'), 'The Time Tunnel' ('Secret Weapon', 'The Kidnappers'), 'Lost in Space' ('The Challenge'), 'Land of the Giants' ('On a Clear Night You Can See Earth'), among others. He would reprise the role of Kang again about 30 years later, in Star Trek - Deep Space 9, joining fellow Klingon performers John Colicos (Kor) and William Campbell (Koloth)! Originally, the story was written for Kor (first played in Errand of Mercy), but John Colicos, who originally played the part, was unavailable. Said Jerome Bixby:

************He was abroad doing a film, and he said that when he first read the script he wept and threw himself at walls and nearly jumped off a balcony because he wanted to play the part so bad, but he was committed to that other production and he couldn't play Kor. So they changed it to Kang. They were looking around for a Klingon and they almost hit on Joe[seph] Campanella, but they didn't think he could draw quite enough fire. So they hit on Michael Ansara, who just ate up the part.********************

The director, Marvin Chomsky was responsible for three trek epsiodes, the other two being 'And the Children Shall Lead' and 'All Our Yesterdays'. He is a very well known tv director, and two of his most known tv works were the two mini-series 'Roots' (1977, part 3, 4 and 6 only), starring the young LeVar Burton (Geordi LaForge), and 'Holocaust' (1978).

Most of the musical score was tracked from other third season episodes, most notably from 'Elaan of Troyius' (by Fred Steiner) and some cues from 'Is There In Truth No Beauty' (by George Duning).

First a new planet Beta XII-A, again much Earth-like, with its bright sun on the right side. The planet is mostly blue colored, but with added green clouds covering a few places, so the (un-enhanced) green sky on the beam-down place on the planet does not conflict with the enhanced space view of the planet!

Then we see the Klingon ship (on the viewscreen only), swinging around and hovering dead ahead of the Enterprise, beginning to shake heavily due to several massive explosions onboard. The next enhancement shows the Enterprise firing phasers, and then the Klingon ship's destruction, with is rather short, but done very realistical and spectacular.

The rest is just the Enterprise, mostly on warp, routinely done.


Okay, then, now let me just remind you to keep seeding after downloading, or I will send some alien energy being to you who will transform your computer into swords so you wont be able to use them anymore for downloading the next episodes (thus making you angry and causing you to demolish the interior of your home with it on top of that, including your DVD collections!).

Next week:
Who Mourns For Adonais? - Very few space shots here, just a new Earth-like planet and a few shots of the Enterprise being held by the giant hand of Apollo, so the hand will have to be enhanced.

All right, people, thats it for today! Take care, and


Best regards,
Captain Soundtrekker

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