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Jason Scott
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Posted: 25 March 2020 at 12:31pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

I do love Judgement at Nuremberg. (And not just for Shatner either.)

And Denny Crane! always makes me laugh!

Living Legend indeed!
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Doug Centers
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I've always liked his (disguised) guest performance on KUNG FU. Now after seeing some of BARBARY COAST for the first time it looks like KUNG FU was a preview for that.
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Eric Smearman
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Non-TREK performance?

I haven't seen it since college but I dig Shatner in Roger
Corman's THE INTRUDER.
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Joseph Greathouse
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His self parody in Free Enterprise I thought was
brilliant.
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Darren Ashmore
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Can anyone forget his appearances in Columbo? One in 1976 (also featuring Walter Koenig) and then when the series was revived in 1993.  
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Fade In to Murder - 1976 - Playing TV's most popular dective who kills his blackmailing producer. Great fun episode where Shatner sends up himself as the egotistical actor.

Butterfly in Shades of Grey - 1993 - Where as a domineering LA radio talk show host he kills a member of his staff to stop his step daughter furthering her career. Shatner really is quite despicable and menacing in this episode when compared to how he played the killer in 1976. One of the better of the 1989 series revival episodes.
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