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Shakespeare and Star Trek partner

Who knew that Shakespeare was into Sci-Fi? One of the latest, and most fun Star Trek films released is Let Old Wrinkles Come, a film with none other than Vic Mignogna as Director of Photography.

And like Vic’s work with the Neutral Zone studio, this production has the genuine Star Trek lighting scheme that many of us enjoyed on the series Star Trek Continues.

But that’s not really why I’m writing today. Today, I just want to give you a heads up regarding this short film. It features an infamous Trek creature.

Care to take a guess? What is the creature and what episode of Star Trek aka TOS (The Original Series) did it appear in?

If you don’t know, you may find the answer by watching Star Trek on my TV-Apps, or pay close attention to the end credits here.

And before I go, one other thing. What is the connection to this show and Shakespeare? Care to give it a guess?

Answer: It’s a quote from Shakespeare “With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come.” And I have to say, if you watch this show, I think you’ll find some “laughter” and quite a bit of “mirth” — whatever that is. 😉 Wink wink. (c) Dean Lachiusa 2020.

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