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Dr. Crusher meets the man in her dead grandmother's life when she tries to put her affairs in order, whom one of the local people warn her to stay away from by not lighting a candle that has... See more »

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Capt. Jean-Luc Picard
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Cmdr. William Riker
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Lt. Cmdr. Geordi La Forge
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Lieutenant Worf
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Dr. Beverly Crusher
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Counselor Deanna Troi
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Lt. Commander Data
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Maturin
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Ned Quint
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Ronin
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Felisa
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Crewman Martinez (uncredited)
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Command Division Officer (uncredited)
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Ensign Jae (uncredited)
John Copage ...
Science Division Officer (uncredited)
Elliot Durant III ...
Starfleet Ensign (uncredited)
Fumiko Hamada ...
Command Division Officer (uncredited)
Tim McCormack ...
Ensign Bennett (uncredited)
Keith Rayve ...
Command Division Ensign (uncredited)
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Crewman (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jonathan Frakes

Written by (WGA)

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Gene Roddenberry ... (creator) (creator)
 
Brannon Braga ... (teleplay by)
 
Jeri Taylor ... (television story by)
 
Jeanna F. Gallo ... (based upon material by) (as Jeanna F. Gallo)

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Rick Berman ... executive producer
Brannon Braga ... co-producer
Merri D. Howard ... line producer
Peter Lauritson ... consulting producer
David Livingston ... supervising producer
Ronald D. Moore ... producer
Wendy Neuss ... co-producer
Michael Piller ... executive producer
Jeri Taylor ... executive producer

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Jay Chattaway

Cinematography by

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Jonathan West ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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David Ramirez

Editorial Department

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John Farrell ... supervising editor (as J.P. Farrell)
Larry Field ... final colorist
Dawn Velazquez ... post-production coordinator

Casting By

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Junie Lowry-Johnson
Ron Surma

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Richard D. James

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Jim Mees

Costume Design by

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Robert Blackman

Makeup Department

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Laura Connolly ... hair stylist
Patricia Miller ... hair stylist (as Patti Miller)
Gilbert A. Mosko ... makeup artist (as Gil Mosko)
June Westmore ... makeup artist (as June Abston Haymore)
Michael Westmore ... makeup designer / makeup supervisor
Joy Zapata ... hair designer
Erwin H. Kupitz ... wig maker (uncredited)

Production Management

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Wendy Knoller ... post-production supervisor
Brad Yacobian ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Arlene Fukai ... second assistant director
Adele Simmons ... first assistant director (as Adele G. Simmons)

Art Department

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Wendy Drapanas ... scenic artist
Jason German ... props
Michael Okuda ... scenic art supervisor
Charles Peter Russo ... assistant property master (as Charles Russo)
Alan Sims ... property master
Al Smutko ... construction coordinator
Gary Speckman ... set designer
Rick Sternbach ... senior illustrator
Herman F. Zimmerman ... original set designer (as Herman Zimmerman)
Ed Miarecki ... props (uncredited)
Michael W. Moore ... props (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Ruth Adelman ... sound editor
Alan Bernard ... sound mixer
Greg Faust ... re-recording mixer
Alfred T. Ferrante ... adr mixer
Jeff Gersh ... sound editor
Mace Matiosian ... supervising sound editor
Miguel Rivera ... sound editor
Masanobu 'Tomi' Tomita ... sound editor (as Masanobu Tomita)
Jerry Trent ... foley artist
Guy Tsujimoto ... sound editor

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Dick Brownfield ... special effects

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Philip Barberio ... visual effects series coordinator
Joe Bauer ... visual effects coordinator
Dan Curry ... visual effects producer
Max Gabl ... lead matte artist
Don Greenberg ... lead compositor
Paul Hill ... visual effects artist
Adam Howard ... visual effects compositor
David Stipes ... visual effects supervisor
Edward L. Williams ... visual effects associate
Gregory Jein ... model maker (uncredited)

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Dennis Madalone ... stunt coordinator
Tracee Cocco ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Tom Bookout ... grip
Steve Gausche ... first company grip
R.D. Knox ... chief lighting technician
Kris Krosskove ... camera operator
Frank Detone Jr. ... grip (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Helen Mossler ... casting executive

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Marilyn Basaker ... First hand
Deborah Hall ... key costumer
Carol Kunz ... wardrobe supervisor
David S. Powell ... key costumer (as Dave Powell)

Music Department

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Alexander Courage ... composer: main title theme
Jerry Goldsmith ... composer: main title theme
Gerry Sackman ... music editor

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André Bormanis ... science consultant
René Echevarria ... executive story editor
Lolita Fatjo ... pre-production associate
Kristine Fernandez ... production associate (as Kristine Fernandes)
Kim Fitzgerald ... production associate
Cosmo Genovese ... script supervisor
Kim McLaren ... first assistant accountant
Mark Miller ... technical director: Unitel
Michael Okuda ... technical consultant
Diane Overdiek ... production coordinator
Naren Shankar ... story editor
Rick Sternbach ... technical consultant
Jeri Taylor ... showrunner (uncredited)
Dennis Tracy ... stand-in: Patrick Stewart (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

The Enterprise visit a colony which recreates the Scottish Highlands, where Dr. Beverly Crusher's very old grandmother is buried. Captain Picard accepts governor Maturin's invitation to stay and help repair the storm-damaged power supply. Her best friend, Ned Quint, warns against an heirloom and the ghost of her lover Ronin in general, about whom granny's diary is extraordinarily explicit. Beverly spends sometime in the house she inherits, and has an incredibly intense experience of dream-contact with the lover. Gradually she learns more about her 'inherited' virtual lover. Thus Ned's warning starts to make sense, but only after he got himself killed trying to sabotage the Enterprise power. Written by KGF Vissers

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Did You Know?

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Trivia Names on the tombstones include "Vader" and "McFly". See more »
Goofs After the funeral at the beginning, Dr. Crusher asks Deanna to come with her to her Nana's house, and they both leave the cemetery together. In the next scene, when Picard is talking to Governor Maturin and they arrive at the fence, Deanna can be seen in the background roaming the cemetery on her own. Yet in the following scene again, she arrives with Dr. Crusher at the house. See more »
Movie Connections References The Innocents (1961). See more »
Soundtracks Star Trek: The Next Generation Main Title See more »
Quotes [Crusher describes to Troi a very sensual dream she had after reading a rather erotic chapter in her grandmother's journal]
Doctor Beverly Crusher: I wonder if I'll have another dream tonight.
Counselor Deanna Troi: I'd read two chapters.
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