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Starship Exeter: The Tressaurian Intersection (2005)

The ongoing adventures of the early Starfleet in the spirit of the original Star Trek.


Scott Cummins


Dennis Bailey (teleplay) (as Dennis Russell Bailey), Jimm Johnson (story) | 2 more credits »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Jimm Johnson Jimm Johnson ... Captain Garrovick, Thokess (as James Culhane)
Holly Guess Holly Guess ... Jo Harris
Michael Buford Michael Buford ... Cutty
Joshua Caleb Joshua Caleb ... Lt. B'fuselek
Elizabeth Wheat ... Yeoman Vandi Richards
Garry Peters Garry Peters ... Captain Kosnett
Joe Azzato ... Doctor Azato
Steve Lawson Steve Lawson ... Engineer Shelley
Cody Hammock Cody Hammock ... Helmsman - Comm Chatter
Curtis Staller Curtis Staller ... Navigator
Avram Dodson Avram Dodson ... Transporter Chief, Kongo Crew
Priya Sircar Priya Sircar ... Exeter Crew, Kongo Crew
Holly Franklin Holly Franklin ... Exeter Crew, Kongo Crew
Jenny Taylor ... Exeter Crew
Sandy Mairecki Sandy Mairecki ... Exeter Crew


Searching for a starship in distress, the crew of the Starship U.S.S. Exeter finds a destroyed starbase and a deepening mystery. Has an enemy species from Captain Garrovick's past invented the ultimate weapon, or is the truth even stranger and more deadly? Written by Maurice Molyneaux

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Captain Garrovick: [narrating] Suplimentary Captain's Log. I've decided to remain in the area rather than return the captured device to Starfleet. Tressaurians are ruthless and agressive, but attacking a starbase and destroying a starship indicates something much bigger at work here. What is this device and what do they intend to use it for? Cutty thinks my past with the Tressaurians has affected my judgement. I wish I could be sure he was wrong.
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References Star Trek: The Original Series: The Man Trap (1966) See more »

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Classic Trek
22 March 2009 | by williamtaylor1969See all my reviews

I cannot believe that these people, with about 1/10th the money as the "Other" Star Trek fan production can produce a much superior project! Although it is still not "top shelf", and the sound effects are VERY rough sounding and out of sync with the rest of the film. The lighting was a little dark in spots, but it added to the drama of the scenes, however unintentional! All in all, a very enjoyable show!

The special effects are what you would expect, for a low budget production like this, but that is easy to overlook. The acting is truly believable, and will draw the viewer into the action.

This production should be on cable somewhere, and shared with more than fans on the internet!

VERY enjoyable!

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