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Dr. Phillip Boyce (Character)
from "Star Trek" (1966)

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Overview

Biography:
Phil Boyce was the Chief Medical Officer on board the U.S.S... See more »
Alternate Names:
Dr. Boyce

Filmography

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  1. "Star Trek New Voyages: Phase II"
    ... aka "Star Trek: New Voyages" - USA (original title)
        - In Harms Way (2004) TV episode, Played by Charles Holloway (as Dr. Boyce)
        - The Protracted Man (????) TV episode, Played by Ronn Smith (as Dr. Boyce)

  2. "Star Trek"
    ... aka "Star Trek: TOS" - USA (promotional abbreviation)
    ... aka "Star Trek: The Original Series" - USA (informal title)
        - The Cage (1986) TV episode, Played by John Hoyt
Archive Footage:
  1. Leonard Nimoy: Star Trek Memories (1983) (TV) Played by John Hoyt
  2. "Star Trek"
    ... aka "Star Trek: TOS" - USA (promotional abbreviation)
    ... aka "Star Trek: The Original Series" - USA (informal title)
        - The Menagerie: Part II (1966) TV episode, Played by John Hoyt (as Dr. Boyce)
        - The Menagerie: Part I (1966) TV episode, Played by John Hoyt (as Dr. Boyce)

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Quotes:
From "Star Trek: The Cage (#1.0)" (1986)
[the crew are trying to blast open the Talosian gate with a laser cannon, yet to no avail]
Number One: The top of that knoll should've been sheared off the first second.
Dr. Boyce: Maybe it was. It's what I tried to explain in the briefing room. Their power of illusion is so great, we can't be sure of anything we do, anything we see.
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