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Starship Exeter: The Savage Empire (2002)

Video  -  Short | Sci-Fi  -  19 December 2002 (USA)
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On a mission of peace, the Starship Exeter is drawn into a battle of political intrigue and espionage. Who will survive? Can even Caption Garrovick's own crew be trusted?


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jimm Johnson ...
Captain Garrovick (as James Culhane)
Joshua Caleb ...
Lt. B'fuselek
Michael Buford ...
Holly Guess ...
Patrick Scullin ...
Keith St. Louis ...
Nathan Wolf ...
Captain Chang
Brian Peter ...
Andorian Spy
Ben Hazen ...
Ensign Haley
Mark Svara ...
Junior Communications Officer
Ian McLean ...
Andorian Senator Therin
Mr. Lamanchikafka ...
Commodore Jennings
Klingon Lieutenant
Jeff Lynx ...
Klingon Spy (aka Agent Six)
Jesse Johnson ...


On a mission of peace, the Starship Exeter is drawn into a battle of political intrigue and espionage. Who will survive? Can even Caption Garrovick's own crew be trusted?

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$500,000 (estimated)

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1.33 : 1
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Lt. B'fuselek: My people have always built our dwellings... underground, so as not to disturb the delicate workings of nature on the planet's surface.
Captain Garrovick: You must hold the plant and animal life on your world in very high regard.
Lt. B'fuselek: On the contrary, Captain, we do not. Nature, like all other systems, is a hierarchy. With the Andorian people at the top of the scale. As long as we allow nature to continue undisturbed we shall remain at the top of this chain while the other, inferior forms of life will likewise ...
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References Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991) See more »

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I fan show that looks good enough to be the real thing!
21 October 2007 | by (Thailand) – See all my reviews

The original Star Trek series may be outdated, may even look corny by today's standards, but I still love it!

This first episode of Starship Exeter has exactly that, a compelling story, acting that isn't all that bad, and an overall feel that honors the original Star Trek series in every way. In some ways Exeter looks better than New Voyages, some of the computerized special effects (in New Voyages) look like they'd be more at home in a computer game than a TV show. And what about the really badly done green-screening that fills Hidden Frontier (do they actually use any sets???). Yuk.

Who needs all those computer-game style special effects anyway??? There's nothing like some real sets for the actors to be positioned in, and a good quality model for the external shots. Sometimes the good old fashioned methods are still the best!

Good on you guys, a great effort.

Can't wait to see more...

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