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James Doohan's (Scotty) World War II Service (Rest in Peace)
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Posted on 07/20/2005 11:49:26 AM PDT by Pyro7480

From James Doohan

At the outbreak of World War II, aged 19, he joined the Royal Canadian Artillery, and was eventually commissioned as a lieutenant. His first combat assignment was the invasion of Normandy at Juno Beach on D-Day. Shooting two snipers along the way, Doohan's unit made its way to higher ground and took defensive positions. At 11:30 that night, he was machine-gunned, taking six hits: four in his leg, one in the chest, and one through his middle right finger. The chest bullet was stopped by his silver cigarette case; he would later generally hide the amputated finger on screen. Despite his wounds, Doohan remained in the military, trained as a pilot for the Royal Canadian Air Force, and flew an artillery observation plane, though he was once labeled the "craziest pilot in the Canadian Air Forces".


TOPICS: Canada; Culture/Society; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: bucketabolts; dday; doohan; james; jamesdoohan; scotty; startrek; veteran; warhero; worldwar2; worldwartwo; ww2
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1 posted on 07/20/2005 11:49:28 AM PDT by Pyro7480
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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actor James Doohan, best known as the feisty, Scottish-accented chief engineer on television's original "Star Trek" series -- a role immortalized by the catch phrase "Beam me up, Scotty" -- died on Wednesday at age 85, his manager said.

Doohan died at his home in the Seattle suburb of Redmond, Washington, of complications from pneumonia and Alzheimer's disease, about a year after he was diagnosed with the degenerative neurological illness, manager Steve Stevens said in an interview.

The actor's wife of 28 years, Wende, was at his side. Doohan's last public appearance was in October, when he was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The Canadian-born actor also had suffered from the chronic lung disease pulmonary fibrosis, which doctors believed was linked to Doohan's exposure to hazardous chemicals during his military service in World War Two.

Doohan was wounded as an infantryman during the D-Day invasion of Normandy and returned to action later in the war as a fighter pilot.

A native of Vancouver, British Columbia, Doohan was a prolific voice actor on Canadian radio before making his move into television in the 1950s.

But he will be remembered for playing Lt. Commander Montgomery Scott, or "Scotty," the can-do chief engineer aboard the starship USS Enterprise on the original "Star Trek" series, which ran from 1966-69 on NBC. He reprised the role for several big-screen "Star Trek" features.

One of Scotty's chief functions on the show was to operate the transporter device used to "beam" crew members aboard the Enterprise from distant planets -- often in response to an order that entered the pop culture as the catch phrase "Beam me up Scotty."

The often-excitable Scottish brogue effected by Doohan for his role became as much a signature element of the show as science officer Mr. Spock's logical stoicism or chief surgeon Dr. McCoy's irascibly folksy manner.

According to Stevens, Doohan auditioned for the part in several European accents before the show's creator, Gene Roddenberry, asked him what nationality he thought best suited the part.

"He said, 'It's got to be a Scotsman,' and so he did it and it ended up being a Scotsman," Stevens once recounted. He said Doohan learned to do a convincing brogue from a Scottish-born soldier he bunked with during the war.

Doohan is the second actor from the central cast of the original "Star Trek" to die -- DeForest Kelley, who played Lt. Cmdr. Leonard H. "Bones" McCoy, died in 1999.

Stevens said funeral services would be for family members only, but Doohan's wife plans to send the actor's ashes into space via the same private launch service that carried Roddenberry's remains into orbit after his 1991 death.


2 posted on 07/20/2005 11:51:14 AM PDT by COBOL2Java (Many Democrats are not weak Americans. But nearly all weak Americans are Democrats.)
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To: Dark Wing; Dog Gone

ping


3 posted on 07/20/2005 11:51:32 AM PDT by Thud
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To: Pyro7480

Beam me up Scotty to the big mansion in the sky.


4 posted on 07/20/2005 11:52:02 AM PDT by Byron Norris ("True peace can only be achieved through strength." http://www.byronnorris.com/edgehome.html)
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To: Pyro7480

One of the all time greats from back when Canadians were real men!


5 posted on 07/20/2005 11:53:43 AM PDT by gridlock (ELIMINATE PERVERSE INCENTIVES)
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To: Pyro7480

The "real" hero of the U.S.S. Enterprise. Thank you, sir!


6 posted on 07/20/2005 11:54:06 AM PDT by BallyBill (..the only quagmire I see is the one the Media is stuck in..)
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To: Byron Norris

James Doohan (C) who played "Scotty" in the 1960's TV series 'Star Trek,' with Hollywood's honorary mayor Johnny Grant (L) receives his Hollywood Star plaque August 31, 2004. With Doohan is his daughter Sara (on his shoulder) and his fellow cast menders from the TV series. From upper right, clockwise, are "Chekov" Walter Koenig, "Sulu" George Takei, and "Uhura" Nichelle Nichols. Doohan died on Wednesday at his home in Redmond, Washington, his manager said. He was 85. REUTERS/Gene Blevins


7 posted on 07/20/2005 11:54:18 AM PDT by COBOL2Java (Many Democrats are not weak Americans. But nearly all weak Americans are Democrats.)
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To: Pyro7480

85! Wow

Scotty, you did the best you could.

RIP


8 posted on 07/20/2005 11:54:49 AM PDT by nuconvert (No More Axis of Evil by Christmas ! TLR) [there's a lot of bad people in the pistachio business])
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To: Pyro7480

Bumping this.

Safe Jouney, Scotty.

I'll always think of you fondly.


9 posted on 07/20/2005 11:56:05 AM PDT by tiamat ("Drink your drink, Laddie, and never mind the Klingon!")
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To: COBOL2Java

DANG!!!!

I can't believe he lived across the lake from me. I could have met him and talked to him?

How the heck can we find out where the WWII vets are that are still alive and may want some company?


10 posted on 07/20/2005 11:56:50 AM PDT by Ghost of Philip Marlowe (Liberals are blind. They are the dupes of Leftists who know exactly what they're doing.)
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To: Thud

Compare this guy to Sean Penn or Alec Baldwin. Today's actors are total wastes of skin compared to someone like James Doohan.


11 posted on 07/20/2005 11:57:29 AM PDT by Little Ray (I'm a reactionary, hirsute, gun-owning, knuckle dragging, Christian Neanderthal and proud of it!)
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To: COBOL2Java

From his web site: . . .and flew an artillery observation plane.

From Reuters: . . . later in the war as a fighter pilot.

Typical Reuters. . . wrong.


12 posted on 07/20/2005 11:57:42 AM PDT by Andyman (The world should not be ruled by those who are most easily offended.)
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To: Little Ray

Alec couldn't carry his jockstrap.


13 posted on 07/20/2005 12:00:26 PM PDT by Eric in the Ozarks (Scratch a Liberal. Uncover a Fascist)
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To: Pyro7480

My wife and I had the honor of meeting James Doohan a number of years ago. We chatted with him for a few minutes. He was very cordial, not full of himself like some of the present-day "stars."


14 posted on 07/20/2005 12:01:06 PM PDT by billnaz (What part of "shall not be infringed" don't you understand?)
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To: Andyman

A glass of Romulan ale in his memory.


15 posted on 07/20/2005 12:01:43 PM PDT by Patrick1
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To: Ghost of Philip Marlowe

Take a look at a Veterans Hospital or contact the VFW


16 posted on 07/20/2005 12:01:47 PM PDT by texson66 ("Tyranny is yielding to the lust of the governing." - Lord Moulton)
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To: Pyro7480; Travis McGee; Squantos; Ernest_at_the_Beach; ALOHA RONNIE; tubebender; Jim Robinson

Incredible! Compare his real wounds versus Moi Kerri!

"At 11:30 that night, he was machine-gunned, taking six hits: four in his leg, one in the chest, and one through his middle right finger. The chest bullet was stopped by his silver cigarette case; he would later generally hide the amputated finger on screen. Despite his wounds, Doohan remained in the military, trained as a pilot for the Royal Canadian Air Force, and flew an artillery observation plane, though he was once labeled the "craziest pilot in the Canadian Air Forces".


17 posted on 07/20/2005 12:02:34 PM PDT by Grampa Dave (The MSM is trying to make us believe, Judith Miller is in jail to protect Karl Rove!)
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To: Pyro7480

I so enjoyed that one scene in an episode of the 1st ST series where Messrs. Scott, Chekhov and Sulu are sitting at a table having a drink in a futuristic bar. Klingons come over picking a fight. Klingons bad mouth the reputation of Capt. Kirk. even calling him "a Denubian slug worm." Mr. Scott refuses to fight and keeps telling his buddies to keep their cool and won't let them retaliate. However, when the Klingon starts bad mouthing the Enterprise by calling it "a broken-down rusted bucket of bolts." Mr. Scott rises to the occasion and gives them the fight of their life. Later, when Capt. Kirk interrogates his men to find the cause of the fight, he gets shocked and insulted by Mr. Scott's response. So Mr. Scott is disciplined by having to stay in his quarters. Mr. Scott is so happy that he finally gets time to read his new tech manuals.


18 posted on 07/20/2005 12:03:17 PM PDT by lilylangtree
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To: Patrick1
A glass of Romulan ale in his memory.

Or some good Scotch Whisky. But not too much, mind you.


19 posted on 07/20/2005 12:06:07 PM PDT by Constitutionalist Conservative (Have you visited http://c-pol.blogspot.com?)
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To: lilylangtree

20 posted on 07/20/2005 12:12:42 PM PDT by Pyro7480 ("All my own perception of beauty both in majesty and simplicity is founded upon Our Lady." - Tolkien)
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To: Pyro7480

bump


21 posted on 07/20/2005 12:13:07 PM PDT by minus_273
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To: Pyro7480

"Diplomats! The best diplomat I know is a fully activated phaserbank" - Scotty...


22 posted on 07/20/2005 12:13:09 PM PDT by LRS
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To: Patrick1

Here! Here!
God speed Scotty! and thank you for all the good memories.


23 posted on 07/20/2005 12:13:14 PM PDT by enraged
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To: Pyro7480
Scotty beamed up!

RIP
24 posted on 07/20/2005 12:13:54 PM PDT by Mike Darancette (Mesocons for Rice '08)
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To: XJarhead; You Dirty Rats

Ping--here it is!


25 posted on 07/20/2005 12:14:51 PM PDT by GoldwaterChick
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To: Pyro7480
Despite his wounds, Doohan remained in the military, trained as a pilot for the Royal Canadian Air Force, and flew an artillery observation plane, though he was once labeled the "craziest pilot in the Canadian Air Forces".

Story I heard was that he trained his men by weaving between electrical transmission towers and under the wires. Very typical of the 'craziness' of Canadian soldiers of that time and that lasted up until Trudeau took over.

26 posted on 07/20/2005 12:16:06 PM PDT by doc30 (Democrats are to morals what and Etch-A-Sketch is to Art.)
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To: COBOL2Java; MeekOneGOP; devolve; potlatch
more sniffles . .

(Good Lordy how time went by - Scotty was 85!)

27 posted on 07/20/2005 12:16:31 PM PDT by Happy2BMe (Viva La MIGRA - LONG LIVE THE BORDER PATROL!)
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To: Pyro7480

Sad day for all...

28 posted on 07/20/2005 12:18:55 PM PDT by sonofatpatcher2 (Texas, Love & a .45-- What more could you want, campers? };^)
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To: Pyro7480

Yeah, I remember one episode where Mr. Scott took his bottle of Scotch and tried to use it to get someone drunk but it didn't work. Can't remember the reason though.


29 posted on 07/20/2005 12:19:51 PM PDT by lilylangtree
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To: Pyro7480

Doohan was wounded as an infantryman during the D-Day invasion of Normandy and returned to action later in the war as a fighter pilot.


That is quite an accomplishment!


30 posted on 07/20/2005 12:20:17 PM PDT by PeterPrinciple (Seeking the truth here folks.)
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To: lilylangtree
Klingon: "The Enterprise should be hauling garbage".

Scotty: "Laddy, don't you think you ought to rephrase that.

Klingon: "You're right. I should. The Enterprise should be hauled away AS garbage"

Boom, Bang Crash.

When I was a wee lad, I went to a convention. There was a long line to get memoribilia signed. Rather then just rapidly sign my stuff, he ruffled my hair and spent two minutes talking to me. One of my fondest memories of childhood. Class act all the way. I didn't know about his WWII service.

RIP Scotty.

31 posted on 07/20/2005 12:23:04 PM PDT by MattinNJ (Allen/Pawlenty in 08-play the map.)
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To: lilylangtree
Capt. Kirk: "So Scotty, you're looking much better, Dr. McCoy tells me you were sick."

Scotty: "Aye Capt., I had a wee touch for a while but I'm better now."

Capt. Kirk: "Well what was the problem?"

Dr. McCoy: "Shore leave!"

32 posted on 07/20/2005 12:25:09 PM PDT by Licensed-To-Carry (Praise be to the LORD, who trains my hands for war, and my fingers for battle.)
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To: MattinNJ

Thanks!


33 posted on 07/20/2005 12:26:35 PM PDT by lilylangtree
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To: Licensed-To-Carry

Thanks!


34 posted on 07/20/2005 12:27:01 PM PDT by lilylangtree
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To: nutmeg

read later


35 posted on 07/20/2005 12:28:00 PM PDT by nutmeg ("We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good." - Hillary Clinton 6/28/04)
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To: COBOL2Java
From Mr Doohan's website:
'Despite his wounds, Doohan remained in the military, trained as a pilot for the Royal Canadian Air Force, and flew an artillery observation plane, though he was once labeled the "craziest pilot in the Canadian Air Forces".'
Then from Reuters"
"Doohan was wounded as an infantryman during the D-Day invasion of Normandy and returned to action later in the war as a fighter pilot."

One of them is dead wrong and I would bet hard earned American money that it it Reuters.
36 posted on 07/20/2005 12:30:20 PM PDT by Bar-Face
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To: Pyro7480
Even though Doohan lived to 85--a truly long life--he will be seriously and sorely missed.

Off-screen, he was a man who exuded class all the way and was a heroic World War II veteran who braved the horrors of D-Day. Godspeed, Mr. Doohan, for God has beamed you home.

37 posted on 07/20/2005 12:32:32 PM PDT by RayChuang88
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To: Constitutionalist Conservative

I was curious to see which finger he lost...
Looks like it was the middle finger on his right hand.
38 posted on 07/20/2005 12:34:19 PM PDT by Echo Talon (http://echotalon.blogspot.com)
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To: Constitutionalist Conservative
taking six hits: four in his leg, one in the chest, and one through his middle right finger.

Im a dunce... :\

39 posted on 07/20/2005 12:36:01 PM PDT by Echo Talon (http://echotalon.blogspot.com)
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To: Pyro7480

40 posted on 07/20/2005 12:39:55 PM PDT by Zuben Elgenubi
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To: Pyro7480

41 posted on 07/20/2005 12:44:53 PM PDT by gopwinsin04
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To: Pyro7480

Me being a true geek and all, I just have to point out that the phrase "Beam me up Scotty" was never actually spoken on screen by Captain Kirk. It was always "Scotty, beam me up" or "Scotty, energize".

Just one of those instances where pop culture makes a convenient abbreviation.

His guest appearance on the TNG episode "Relics" was one of that series' best. The scene with him drinking on the holodeck-created bridge of the old Enterprise with Picard was classic.

"The main energizer is wired like a Christmas tree, so don't give me too many bumps Admiral"

"Mr. Scott, the word is given"


42 posted on 07/20/2005 12:49:33 PM PDT by Caged in Canuckistan (A message from Canada: GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!)
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To: Eric in the Ozarks

Unlike Alec Baldwin or Sean Penn, 20 years from now people will know who Mr. Doohan was.......a genuine War Hero and inspiration for dreamers


43 posted on 07/20/2005 12:56:30 PM PDT by commonasdirt (Reading DU so you won't hafta)
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To: Pyro7480
Ode to Scotty

Even looked good in gold.

Gave eyebrow and ear criticism.

Aged gracefully.

Played a great fife.

Looked great in a sash!

Always gave wise advice.

Could drink anyone under the table.

Farewell, Scotty...

44 posted on 07/20/2005 12:57:40 PM PDT by sonofatpatcher2 (Texas, Love & a .45-- What more could you want, campers? };^)
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To: sonofatpatcher2

What was that second to last picture from? Star Trek: V?


45 posted on 07/20/2005 12:59:15 PM PDT by Pyro7480 ("All my own perception of beauty both in majesty and simplicity is founded upon Our Lady." - Tolkien)
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To: lilylangtree
Mr. Scott is so happy that he finally gets time to read his new tech manuals.

LOL!

I saw a funny interview with him once and he was asked why was it he was always able to give it a little more after telling the captain "I'm given 'er all she's got!"

He laughed explaining that the secret to being the chief of engineering was the ability to make the captain believe that he was "giving 'er all she's got"..........

In old age he certainly looked a lot better than Chekov and Sulu whose face lifts look absolutely ghastly....

46 posted on 07/20/2005 1:04:43 PM PDT by Hot Tabasco (Too many idiots, too little time to deal with them all......I'll just shoot what I can.)
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To: Pyro7480
What was that second to last picture from? Star Trek: V?

"Relics," The Star Trek:TNG episode he appeared in.

47 posted on 07/20/2005 1:06:01 PM PDT by Celtjew Libertarian (Shake Hands with the Serpent: Poetry by Charles Lipsig aka Celtjew http://books.lulu.com/lipsig)
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To: Pyro7480

Seems Canada had ample representation aboard the Enterprise.


48 posted on 07/20/2005 1:13:06 PM PDT by skeeter ("What's to talk about? It's illegal." S Bono)
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To: Celtjew Libertarian

No, the one above that.


49 posted on 07/20/2005 1:13:15 PM PDT by Pyro7480 ("All my own perception of beauty both in majesty and simplicity is founded upon Our Lady." - Tolkien)
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To: Pyro7480

Believe so...

From imbd: http://us.imdb.com/name/nm0001150/

Actor - filmography

Skinwalker: Curse of the Shaman (2005) (V) .... Judge Peterson

The Duke (1999) .... Clive Chives
... aka Hubert (Canada: French title)

Through Dead Eyes (1999)
Bug Buster (1998) .... Sheriff Carlson
... aka Some Things Never Die (UK: video title)

Star Trek: Generations (1997) (VG) (voice) .... Capt. Montgomery 'Scotty' Scott

"Homeboys in Outer Space" (1996) TV Series .... Pippen
Storybook (1995) .... Uncle Monty

Star Trek: Generations (1994) .... Capt. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott
... aka Star Trek 7 (USA: informal alternative title)

New York Skyride (1994)

Star Trek: Judgment Rites (1994) (VG) (voice) .... Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery 'Scotty' Scotty

"The Bold and the Beautiful" (1987) TV Series .... Damon Warwick (1993, 1998)
... aka Belleza y poder (USA: Spanish title)

Loaded Weapon 1 (1993) .... Scotty
... aka National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1

Amore! (1993) .... Dr. Landon

Double Trouble (1992/I) .... O'Brien

Star Trek: 25th Anniversary Enhanced (1992) (VG) (voice) .... Montgomery Scott

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991) .... Capt. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott

Knight Rider 2000 (1991) (TV) .... James 'Scotty' Doohan

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989) .... Capt. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) .... Capt. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott
... aka The Voyage Home: Star Trek IV

Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984) .... Cmdr./Capt. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott

Star Trek: Strategic Operations Simulator (1983) (VG) (voice) .... Scotty
... aka Star Trek (USA: short title)

Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan (1982) .... Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott
... aka Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (new title)
... aka Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan - The Director's Edition (USA: director's cut)

"Jason of Star Command" (1979) TV Series .... Commander Canarvin (1979-1980)

Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) .... Cmdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott
... aka Star Trek: The Motion Picture - The Director's Edition (USA: DVD title)

"Tarzan and the Super 7" (1978) TV Series .... Commander Canarvin

Danny (1977)

"Star Trek" (1973) TV Series (voice) .... Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery 'Scotty' Scott/Lt. Arex/Additional voices
... aka Star Trek: TAS (USA: promotional abbreviation)
... aka Star Trek: The Animated Adventures (USA)
... aka Star Trek: The Animated Series
... aka The Animated Adventures of Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek (USA: video box title)

Man in the Wilderness (1971) .... Benoit

Pretty Maids All in a Row (1971) .... Follo

Jigsaw (1968) .... Building Superintendent

One of Our Spies Is Missing (1966) .... Philip Bainbridge

Star Trek: Where No Man Has Gone Before (1966) (TV) .... Lt. Commander Montgomery 'Scotty' Scott
... aka Where No Man Has Gone Before
"Star Trek" (1966) TV Series .... Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery 'Scotty' Scott
... aka Star Trek: TOS (USA: promotional abbreviation)

Scalplock (1966) (TV) .... Scrimp

Bus Riley's Back in Town (1965) .... Les

The Satan Bug (1965) (uncredited) .... Bit

36 Hours (1965) (uncredited) .... Bishop

The Wheeler Dealers (1963) (uncredited) .... Defense Attorney
... aka Separate Beds (UK)

The Labyrinth (1963/I) (TV)

The Business of Farming (1961)

Test Pilot (1957/I)

Flight Into Danger (1956) (TV)

The Cage (1956)

Strike in Town: Revised (1956)

Strike in Town (1955)
... aka Grève à minuit, La (Canada: French title)

"Space Command" (1953) TV Series .... Phil Mitchell


50 posted on 07/20/2005 1:15:01 PM PDT by sonofatpatcher2 (Texas, Love & a .45-- What more could you want, campers? };^)
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