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I don't get to HobbyTalk anywhere near as often as I'd like, so I apologize if this video has been noted already around here.

It's a guided tour of Paramount's STAR TREK archives, which fill several warehouses and include many profoundly awesome miniatures and props:


It's 17 minutes but well worth seeing to the end.
 

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What a job that lady has! Color me green with envy.

Thanks for sharing. I hadn't seen that before. It is a very neat peek at what goes on behind the scenes.
 

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I was a little unhappy to hear that the TNG Enterprise-D was loaned out so carelessly, and that it hung over a restaurant grill for years!

Moral: It's not enough to drill holes in a screen-used model you've borrowed; be sure to hang it over a fry cook's grill so it will get coated with meat grease.

I guess we should be thankful the 11-foot TOS 1701 model went to the Smithsonian and not the McDonalds on Ventura Blvd.
 
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