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Newsgroups: rec.arts.sf.tv From: A195722%ETD.DECnet@MDCGWY.MDC.COM ("ETD::A195722") Subject: ST:DS9 Guide Message-ID: <9303151858.AA13970@rutgers.edu> Date: 15 Mar 93 18:55:00 GMT Lines: 434 On Stardate 43997, Captain Jean Luc Picard of the Federation Starship Enterprise was kidnapped for six days by an invading force known as the Borg. Surgically altered, he was forced to lead an assault on Starfleet at Wolf 359. Stardate 46379.1 three years later -- Star Trek Deep Space Nine. Based on Star Trek created by Gene Roddenberry. ---- Cast ---- Starring Avery Brooks as Commander Benjamin Sisko Also Starring Rene Auberjonois as Odo Siddig El Fadil as Doctor Bashir Terry Farrell as Lieutenant Jadzia Dax Cirroc Lofton as Jake Sisko Colm Meaney as Chief Miles O'Brien Armin Shimerman as Quark Nana Visitor as Major Kira Created by Rick Berman & Michael Pillar. ---- Crew ---- Co-producer: Peter Allan Fields Producer: Peter Lauritson Supervising Producer: David Livingston Ira Steven Behr Associate Producer: Steve Oster Casting by: Junie Lowry-Johnson, C.S.A. Ron Surma Main Title Theme: Dennis McCarthy Director of Photography: Marvin Rush Production Designer: Herman Zimmerman Unit Production Manager: Robert della Santina Costumer Designer: Robert Blackman Visual Effects Supervisor: Robert Legato Make-up Designed and Supervised by: Michael Westmore Scenic Art Supervisor / Technical Consultant: Michael Okuda Senior Illustrator / Technical Consultant: Rick Sternbach Additional Visual Effects Supervision: Gary Hurzel Post Production Supervisor: Terry Martinez Art Director: Randy McIlvain Set Decorator: Mickey S. Michaels Set Designers: Joseph Hodges Alan S. Kaye Nathan Crowley Script Supervisor: Judi Brown Special Effects: Gary Monak Property Master: Joe Longo Cheif Lighting Technician: William Peets First Company Grip: Bob Sordal Wardrobe Supervisor: Carol Kunz Hair Designer: Candace Neal Make-up Artists: Janna Phillips Craig Reardon Jill Rocknow Hair Stylists: Richard Sabre Gerald Solomon Sound Mixer: Bill Gocke Camera Operator: Joe Chess, S.O.C. Visual Effects Coordinators: Michael Backauskas Cari Thomas Judy Elkins Mari Hotaki Visual Effects Associate: Laura Lang Scenic Artists: Doug Drexler Denise Okuda Illustrator: Ricardo F. Delgado Video Playback Operator: Joe Unsinn Video Consultant: Liz Radley Music Editor: Stephen M. Rowe Supervising Sound Editor: Bill Wistrom Supervising Sound Effects Editor: Jim Wolvington Re-Recording Mixers: Chris Haire, C.A.S. Doug Davey Richard Morrison, C.A.S. Production Coordinator: Heidi Julian Post Production Coordinator: Dawn Hernandez Assistant Editor: Eugene Wood Visual Effects Assistant Editor: Ed Hoffmeister Pre-Production Associate: Lolita Fatjo Production Associate: Kim Fitzgerald Stunt Coordinator: Dennis Madalone Construction Coordinator: Stewart Satterfield Science Consultant: Naren Shankar Casting Executive: Helen Mossler, C.S.A. Filmed with: Panavision (R) Cameras and Lenses Motional Control Photography by: Image "G" Video Optical Effects by: Digital Magic Special Video Compositing: CIS Hollywood Editing Facilities: Unitel Video Post Production Sound by: Modern Sound, Hollywood CA Main Title Design by: Dan Curry Matte Painting: Illusion Arts Miniatures: Brazil Fabrication & Design Gregroy Jein, Inc. Computer Animation: Rhythym & Hues, Inc. Vision Art Design & Animation ======================================================================== STDS9 SEASON ONE ======================================================================== 001 STDS9.1.01a Emissary, Part I -------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 09-jan-1993 Rerun: 04-mar-1993 Week: 93-01 93-09 Star Date: 99999.9 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Special Guest: Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean Luc Picard Guest Starring: Camille Saviola as Felecia M. Bell as Jennifer Sisko Marc Alaimo as Gul Dukat Co-Stars: Aron Eisenberg as Nog Max Grodenchik as Ferengi Pit Boss Steven Davies as Tactical Officer Lily Mariye as Ops Officer Cassandra Byram as Conn Officer John Noah Hertzler as Vulcan Captain Parker Whitman as Cardassian Officer William Powel-Blair as Cardassian Officer Frank Owen Smith as Curzon Lynnda Ferguson as Doran Stephen Rowe as Chanting Monk Thomas Hobson as Young Jake Sisko Donald Hotton as Monk #1 Gene Armor as Bajoran Bureaucrat Diana Cignoni as Dabo Girl Judi Durand as Computer Voice John Carter as Chancellor Teleplay by: Michael Piller Story by: Rick Berman Michael Piller Directed by: David Carson First Assistant Director: Venita Ozols-Graham Second Assistant Director: Alisa Matlovsky 2nd Second Assistant Director: Michael Baxter Editor: Robert Lederman Music by: Dennis McCarthy Scenic Artists: Doug Drexler Denise Okuda Key Costumers: Maurice Palinski Phyllis Corcoran-Woods Jerry Bono Patti Borggrebe-Taylor Debut: In a distant corner of the galaxy in the 24th century, a run-down space station becomes a strategic outpost. Cdr. Sisko arrives at Deep Space Nine to oversee repairs, but while investigating the orgins of a mysterious orb he finds himself trapped by an alien force. Part 1 of two. 002 STDS9.1.01b Emissary, Part II -------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 09-jan-1993 Rerun: 11-mar-1993 Week: 93-01 93-10 Star Date: 99999.9 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Special Guest: Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean Luc Picard Guest Starring: Camille Saviola as Felecia M. Bell as Jennifer Sisko Marc Alaimo as Gul Dukat Co-Stars: Joel Swetow as Gul Jasad Lily Mariye as Ops Officer Steven Davies as Tactical Officer Cassandra Byram as Conn Officer John Noah Hertzler as Vulcan Captain Kevin McDermott as Alien Batter Lynnda Ferguson as Doran Thomas Hobson as Young Jake Sisko Judi Durand as Computer Voice Majel Barrett as Computer Voice Teleplay by: Michael Piller Story by: Rick Berman Michael Piller Directed by: David Carson First Assistant Director: Venita Ozols-Graham Second Assistant Director: Alisa Matlovsky 2nd Second Assistant Director: Michael Baxter Editor: Robert Lederman Music by: Dennis McCarthy Scenic Artists: Doug Drexler Denise Okuda Key Costumers: Maurice Palinski Phyllis Corcoran-Woods Jerry Bono Patti Borggrebe-Taylor Conclusion. While the Cardassians threaten to attack the station, Sisko must attempt to communicate with the force that has trapped him in the wormhole. 003 STDS9.1.02 Past Prologue -------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 14-jan-1993 Rerun: 31-dec-9999 Week: 93-02 93-99 Star Date: 99999.9 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Guest Starring: Jeffery Nordling as Bajoran terrorist Andrew Robinson as Garak Gwynyth Walsh as B'Etor Barbara March as Lursa Susan Bay as Vaughn Armstrong as Co-Star: Richard Ryder as Bajoran Deputy Written by: Kathryn Powers Directed by: Winrich Kolbe First Assistant Director: Venita Ozols-Graham Second Assistant Director: Gail Formuller Editor: Terry Kelly Music by: Jay Chattaway Scenic Artist: Denise Okuda Key Costumers: Maurice Palinski Jerry Bono The presence of a suspected Bajoran terrorist jeopardizes the welfare of those aboard Deep Space Nine and tests the loyalties of Kira. 004 STDS9.1.03 A Man Alone -------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 21-jan-1993 Rerun: 31-dec-9999 Week: 93-03 93-99 Star Date: 99999.9 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Guest Starring: Rosaline Chao as Keiko O'Brien Edward Laurence Albert as Max Grodenchik as Ferengi Pit Boss Peter Vogt as Barjoran Man Aron Eisenberg as Nog Stephen James Carver as Bajoran Criminal Tom Klonis as Co-Stars: Scott Trost as Bajoran Officer Patrick Cupo as Bajoran Man Kathryn Graf as Bajoran Woman Hana Hatae as Molly O'Brien Diana Gignoni as Dabo Girl Judi Durand as Computer Voice Teleplay by: Michael Piller Story by: Gerald Sanford Michael Piller Directed by: Paul Lynch First Assistant Director: Venita Ozols-Graham Second Assistant Director: Alisa Matlovsky Editor: Tom Benko, A.C.E. Music by: Dennis McCarthy Scenic Artist: Doug Drexler Key Costumers: Phyllis Corcoran-Woods Patti Borggrebe-Taylor Odo's credibility comes into question when a Bajoran he tried to evict from the station turns up dead; Keiko tries to start a school. 005 STDS9.1.04 Babel -------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 28-jan-1993 Rerun: 31-dec-9999 Week: 93-04 93-99 Star Date: 99999.9 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Guest Starring: Jack Kehler as Jaheel Matthew Faison as Surmak Rek Ann Gillespie as Geraldine Farrell as Co-Stars: Bo Zenga as Asoth Kathleen Wirt as Aphasia Victim Lee Brooks as Aphasia Victim Richard Ryder as Bajoran Deputy Frank Novak as Businessman Todd Feder as Federation Male Teleplay by: Michael McGreevey Naren Shakar Story by: Sally Caves Ira Steven Behr Directed by: Paul Lynch First Assistant Director: Richard Wells Second Assistant Director: Alisa Matlovsky Editor: Richard E. Rabjohn Music by: Dennis McCarthy Scenic Artist: Doug Drexler Key Costumers: Phyllis Corcoran-Woods Patti Borggrebe-Taylor After O'Brien services the food replicators, Deep Space Nine falls victim to a strange virus that renders its victims unable to communicate with others. 006 STDS9.1.05 Captive Pursuit -------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 04-feb-1993 Rerun: 31-dec-9999 Week: 93-05 93-99 Star Date: 99999.9 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Guest Starring: Gerrit Graham as Predatory Hunter Scott MacDonald as Kelly Curtis as Teleplay by: Jill Sherman Donner Michael Piller Story by: Jill Sherman Donner Directed by: Corey Allen First Assistant Director: Gail Fortmuller Second Assistant Director: Alisa Matlovsky Editor: Tom Benko, A.C.E. Music by: Dennis McCarthy Scenic Artist: Doug Drexler Key Costumers: Phyllis Corcoran-Woods Patti Borggrebe-Taylor When a damaged alien vessel docks at the station, O'Brien befriends the mysterious pilot -- who is being pursued by a predatory hunter. 007 STDS9.1.06 Q-Less -------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 11-feb-1993 Rerun: 31-dec-9999 Week: 93-06 93-99 Star Date: 99999.9 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Guest Starring: Jennifer Hetrick as Vash John de Lancie as Q Co-Stars: Van Epperson as Bajoran Clerk Tom McCleister as Kolos Laura Cameron as Bajoran Woman Teleplay by: Robert Hewitt Wolfe Story by: Hannah Louise Shearer Directed by: Paul Lynch First Assistant Director: Richard Wells Second Assistant Director: Alisa Matlovsky Editor: Robert Lederman Music by: Dennis McCarthy Scenic Artist: Doug Drexler Key Costumers: Phyllis Corcoran-Woods Patti Borggrebe-Taylor Deep Space Nine is visited by Vash and Q, whose arrivals are marked by a series of mysterious incidents that could result in the destruction of the station. 008 STDS9.1.07 Dax -------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 18-feb-1993 Rerun: 31-dec-9999 Week: 93-07 93-99 Star Date: 99999.9 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Guest Starring: Gregory Itzin as Tandro Anne Haney as Richard Lineback as Fionnula Flanagan as Enina Teleplay by: D. C. Fontana Peter Allan Fields Story by: Peter Allan Fields Directed by: David Carson First Assistant Director: Gail Fortmuller Second Assistant Director: Michael Baxler Editor: Robert Lederman Music by: Jay Chattaway Scenic Artist: Doug Drexler Key Costumers: Maurice Palinski Jerry Bono When Jadzia Dax is arrested and accused of murder and treason, Sisko tries to prevent her extradition and enlists Kira, Odo and Dr. Bashir to help in her defense. 009 STDS9.1.08 The Passenger -------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 25-feb-1993 Rerun: 31-dec-9999 Week: 93-08 93-99 Star Date: 99999.9 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Guest Starring: Caitlin Brown as Ty Kajada James Lashly as Lt. Primmin Christopher Collins as James Harper as Alien Criminal Teleplay by: Morgan Gendel Robert Hewitt Wolfe Michael Piller Story by: Morgan Gendel Directed by: Paul Lynch First Assistant Director: Richard Wells Second Assistant Director: Gail Fortmuller Editor: Robert Lederman Music by: Jay Chattaway Scenic Artist: Doug Drexler Key Costumers: Phyllis Corcoran-Woods Patti Borggrebe-Taylor When an alien dies en route to Deep Space Nine, his plans to steal a rare substance from the station are not thwarted -- since he was able to transfer his consciousness into another mind. 010 STDS9.1.09 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: 18-mar-1993 Rerun: 31-dec-9999 Week: 93-11 93-99 Star Date: 99999.9 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Guest Starring: Joel Brooks as Falow When a newly encountered alien race comes aboard the station, they dispense with formalities and head to Quark's -- where Quark is forced to play a deadly alien game involving the senior officers.

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