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Star Trek - What are Little Girls Made of?

episode 1.7
Raumschiff Enterprise - Der alte Traum

USA 1966
produced by
Gene Roddenberry for Desilu, Norway Corporation/NBC
directed by James Goldstone
starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Majel Barrett, Michael Strong, Sherry Jackson, Ted Cassidy, Harry Basch, Nichelle Nichols
written by Robert Bloch, created by Gene Roddenberry, music by Alexander Courage

tv-series
Star Trek, Classic Star Trek, Star Trek (original crew)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Captain Kirk (William Shatner) of the star ship Enterprise accompanies nurse Chapel (Majel Barrett) down to the planet where her fiancé Dr Korby (Michael Strong) was presumed lost years ago ... to find him very much alive, having built himself a lab in the planet's catacombs where he works on androids. But the years in the catacombs seem to have turned him into a fanatic, and Kirk thinks he is crazy. Kroby though wants Kirk's help, to relocate his operations to another planet, and when Kirk refuses, Korby simply builds himself an exact replica of Kirk, to go back to the Enterprise in Kirk's stead. But somehow, Kirk has fed his double with some information (double Kirk, once back aboard, calls Spock [Leonard Nimoy] a halfbreed) so everyone will know he's not the real McCoy ... er, Kirk.

Then Kirk convinces Ruk (Ted Cassidy), an old android who is the only survivor from a civilisation from centuries ago who has now been turned into Kroby's servant, to rebel. And as if that wasn't enough, Kirk kisses Andrea (Sherry Jackson), Korby's pretty female android companion on the planet, which totally messes up her programming ... and in the end, Andrea kills herself and Korby because - well, I don't really know why. Ah yeah, and to noone's real surprise Korby has also turned out to be an android in the end ...

 

Despite a totally messed up screenplay and a very silly ending this is a rather likeable episode: It has great, almost psychedelic cave-sets, Ted Kennedy makes an impressive, towering android and the whole episode is permeated by a gothic atmosphere not otherwise associated with Star Trek.

 

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