But first, the tranya…
Loved him in ROCK 'N' ROLL HIGH SCHOOL. Still his finest role.I also dig how his brother includes him in pretty much of all his films.
Since nobody's snagged these answers yet…#1 is easy, of course, "The Corbomite Maneuver" from Star Trek. #2 looks like Gentle Ben, but I'll be damned if I know any of the episode titles. I'd guess that #5 is from Deep Space Nine, but I'm not familiar with individual episodes of that series.
This is fantastic. I had no idea. It's also really interesting how incestuous sci fi is… pete
John,Seeing as you mention Clint Howard, how about a future review of Apollo 13 (1995)? I'd also love to see a review of The Right Stuff (1983). I know these films aren't exactly science fiction, but I think it's safe to say that most fans of the genre wanted/still want to be an astronaut at some point.-Grayson
Hey everybody! That Neil Guy, Anonymous and Dave Starry: Yep, The Corbomite Manuever is the right episode, and that's Howard as Balok (from ST: TOS). Looks like the other photos are stumping people. But Dave, you did get Gentle Ben (opening credits) — nice! :)J.D. I love Rock and Roll High School too…a great movie, and one of my favorites. Yes!Grayson: I'd be happy to blog Apollo 13 and The Right Stuff! As a kid, I always wanted to be an astronaut, myself. And those are two fine movies…best to all,JKM
Thanks John!I think photo #6 is from one of the Stargate series. I could be wrong though. Ahh! Some of these look vaguely familiar. Anybody else out there?The last one…well we have a hint, a recent genre series on Fox.
Hey everyone, okay, I guess it's time for me to fess up: here are the Clint Howard photos (top to bottom).#1. Star Trek: The Corbomite Maneuver.#2. Gentle Ben (opening credits)#3 Rod Serling's Night Gallery: "The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes")#4: Space Rangers: (opening credits)#5: Enterprise: "Acquisition"#6: Heroes: "I am Sylar."#7: Fringe: "The Road Not Taken."best to all!John
damn! I literally just got done watching "The Boy Who Predicted Earthquakes" 30 minutes before stumbling on this. You would have been SO impressed when I got that right.
yeah, I would love to read your thoughts on THE RIGHT STUFF as well. I love that film and watch it often. There's a lot of interesting things going on in that film.
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