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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.

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Scott Cummins

Writers:

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

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 May 2014 (USA) See more »

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Exeter Studio See more »
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4:3
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Dr. Azato: [scanning the ship with his tricorder] All dead Captain, reading no signs of life.
Captain Garrovick: Do a manual sweep of the other decks. There may still be survivors.
Dr. Azato: They'll be just as dead in person...
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References Star Trek: The Original Series: The Man Trap (1966) See more »

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Act IV - ten years later
31 March 2014 | by Polaris01313-1See all my reviews

The wonders of the universe. The dangers of space. The challenges of the unknown. The courage of a brave warrior and his loyal crew. The vengeance of an old enemy. The plan of a xenophobic race. The hand of death being dealt by the misuse of an alien technology.

An adventure from the dawn of creation to the edge of the galaxy.

In the life of every warrior, there is a battle destined to be his greatest or his last. A battle that will re-unite a haunted starship captain and an ancient enemy. A battle that will ignite the cosmos with a vengeance. A battle between the starship Exeter and The Tressaurian Intersection....

While a number of production setbacks caused a decade long delay in the release of Starship Exeter's final 4th Act(the economic recession, some very unprofessional workers - i.e. the SFX artist leaving after a dispute that would be classified as 'creative differences', some artistic differences among the cast and other production crew members, writer Dennis Bailey's mishandling of the production and his uncalled for rudeness and disrespect to those fans who made inquiries and justifiable speculations about the delay in the final release), The Tressaurian Intersection can now be finally seen in its entirety.

And it is the ultimate passport to action and adventure.

The fundamental clash between good versus evil is clearly depicted as the captain and crew of the U.S.S. Exeter put everything, even their own lives, on the line to prevent a colossal disaster of intergalactic proportions from erupting.

Star Trek has always been a science fiction adventure that has dealt with moral and ethical dilemmas in a social allegorical format. One where esoteric problems were addressed within a 23rd Century framework. Philosophical underpinnings aside, Gene Roddenberry's original space odyssey has endured because of its ability to tackle controversial socio-political issues through the creative tracking of science fiction writing.

Despite the fact that Dennis Russell Bailey - an arrogant and close- minded political liberal with a strong contempt for authority and those of staunch conservative politics, as well as an associate of Farragut Films(an independent film company that has seen better days since its controversial activities were brought to light in late 2011 AD) - wrote this episode, the second episode of Starship Exeter, entitled, 'The Tressaurian Intersection' does just that.

If this is to be the final voyage of the Starship Exeter, a Federation starship that has been sadly cursed since the heavy-handed events depicted in TOS second season episode 'The Omega Glory', then the following thanks and congratulations to the cast and 'some' of the crew for an excellent Star Trek adventure.

To James Culhane, Holly Guess, Michael Buford, Joshua Caleb, Jospeh Azzato, Cody Hammock, Curtis Stiller, and Elizabeth Wheat, thank you for your wonderful performances and all the best to you in whatever future paths that you will undertake.

To director Scott Johnson, Maurice Molyneaux, and the production crew at Exeter Studios, thanks for what you were able to contribute, despite the unforeseen setbacks caused by some people and events.

And if by some chance this is not the end, hopefully we see the starship Exeter continue its mission to 'brave the darkness of the last, great unknown'.


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