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"Star Trek: Enterprise" Storm Front: Part 1 (TV Episode 2004) Poster

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Beginning with this episode, Star Trek: Enterprise (2001) was shot with digital cameras rather than on traditional film.
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In the weapons demonstration film clip, an alien is shown blowing up a building with a rifle. This footage is from Star Trek: Voyager: The Killing Game: Part 1 (1998), another World War II themed "Star Trek" project in which J. Paul Boehmer played a Nazi.
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With the addition of this episode, Enterprise became the first Star Trek series to start a 4th season without having any change in the cast since its pilot episode.
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This episode takes place in 1944. Along with Star Trek: Assignment: Earth (1968) (which takes place in 1968), this is one of only two "Star Trek" episodes to take place entirely in the 20th century. Furthermore, both episodes take place mostly in and around New York City.
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This episode is the second time that a character from the past mistakes a character from the future for a naval officer due to their affiliation with the Enterprise, the first being Edith Keeler and Dr. McCoy in "The City on the Edge of Forever".
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Joe Maruzzo and Steve Schirripa, who play Sal and Carmine in this episode, were regular cast members on the HBO television show The Sopranos.
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Tom Wright (Ghrath) previously portrayed Tuvix in the eponymous episode of Star Trek: Voyager.
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Ghrath's name, and the name of his species, the Na'kuhl, are taken from the original script and are not mentioned in the episode even though they were mentioned in the production report.
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John Fleck (Silik) also played Taibak in TNG "The Mind's Eye", a Cardassian Overseer in DS9 "The Homecoming", Ornithar in DS9 "The Search part 1", Koval in DS9 "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges" and Abaddon in Voyager "Alice".
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Daniels' condition in this episode originally appeared in the Voyager episode "Shattered", where Chakotay was taken out of temporal sync and a state of temporal flux.
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The destroyed shuttlepod may be Shuttlepod 2, as it did not appear again until "These Are the Voyages...".
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Christopher Neame portrayed Unferth in Voy: "Heroes and Demons" as well as the German General In ENT: "Storm Front" and "Storm Front, Part II".
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Following "Cold Front", this is the second episode in which Daniels apparently dies.
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