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Turist Ömer Uzay Yolu'nda

Turkish Star Trek
Ömer the Tourist in Star Trek

Turkey 1973
produced by
Hulki Saner for Saner Film, Renkli
directed by Hulki Saner
starring Sadri Alisik, Erol Amac, Cemil Sahbaz, Ferdi Merter, Kayhan Yildizoglu, Elif Pektas, Sule Tinaz, Oytun Sanal, Füsun Olgac, Nevhilal, Necip Kocak, Nermin Altinses, Yilmaz Sahin, Yilmaz Sulver, Neslihan Özgür, Sönmez Yikilmaz, Yadigar Kirmizigül, Kazim Oguz, Zeynep Ramazanoglu, Emel Yolac, Serpil Köseoglu, Ayten Engin
written by Ferdi Merter, Star Trek created by Gene Roddenberry

Turist Ömer, Star Trek, Star Trek (original crew)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Spock (Erol Amac), doc McCoy (Ferdi Merter), and cremen Darnel (Necip Kocak) and Green (Oytun Sanal) of the starship Enterprise beam down onto some barren planet to check whether professor Cramer (Kayhan Yildizoglu) and his wife Nancy (Sule Tinaz), there on some scientific mission, are alright - Nancy, who just happens to be McCoy's ex ... and much to McCoy's surprise, Nancy looks like back then while Spock sees a woman way past her prime, and Darnel thinks she looks like a very young prostitute from some pleasure planet ... shortly thereafter, Darnel is found killed. Thing is, Nancy isn't Nancy at all but some alien shapeshifter who needs salt to survive, salt she preferably extracts from humans - who die in the process.

Cramer is desparate to keep Nancy (or the monster that is her) alive and thus he beams a man from another time onto the planet to use him as his culprit ... and that man just happens to be tourist Ömer (Sadri Alisik), a bum and womanizer who doesn't care too much about being beamed away from earth as he was about to be made the groom in a shotgun wedding, and he for the longest time fails to grasp the whole situation, driving Spock to madness while being detained on the starship Enterprise. Thins is, the creature that was Nancy feels the need for more human salt, so she takes on the shape of Green, who has been left behind on the planet to ... well, whatever he was doing, and has himself beamed up onto the Enterprise where he starts killing crewmembers. The starship's captain Kirk (Cemil Sahbaz) soon has to come to the realization that Ömer can't have comitted all these murders, something Spock's logic forces Spock to agree to reluctantly, so Kirk, Ömer, Spock and McCoy beam back to the planet to confront professor Crater - but McCoy is actually not the real McCoy but the creature, so he leads Kirk, Spock and Ömer astray, but eventually feels forced to kill Crater, who with his dying breath gives "Nancy"'s secret away ... but it's only then the real McCoy beams down onto the planet as well and he defends the creature who's once more Nancy now against the others ... until Kirk manages to make her show her real form, and our heroes manage to kill her.

Ömer is then sent to his own time, and his shotgun wedding, but with Spock's pointy ears and Vulcan powers, so he somehow manages to get out of the situation.

 

Based in story on the very first Classic Star Trek episode ever broadcast, The Man Trap, Turist Ömer Uzay Yolu'nda is a little bit hit-and-miss as a parody: On one hand, many of the mannerisms of the main characters that made the series so great are spot-on in this one, and even if the rest of the crew are at best so-so, Erol Amac makes a great Spock, plus the cheap sets, costumes and effects are at least charming, but on the other hand, the attempts at parody as such are at times a bit blunt, and the not very subtle comedy of Turist Ömer as such is not everybody's cup of tea (though some of his clashes with Mr Spock are hilarious still). So no, it's not a masterpiece by a longshot, but cult- and trashmovie afficionados as well as Trekkies with a sense of humour (provided there are some) will find at least something to chuckle about!

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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