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More deleted scenes including Mudd's Women, The Corbomite Maneuver, The Galileo 7, Spectre of the Gun, Court Martial, This Side of Paradise, Operation: Annihilate!, Errand of Mercy, Catspaw, City on the Edge of Forever, and I, Mudd.

This first unused scene is from the episode Mudd's Women.
This rare close up of the transport pad shows the lighting effect used when the transporter is active. The image is so bright it almost washes out the scene, which is probably why this scene was cut. The transporter "pad" is actually a fresnel lens from a 10,000 watt light. Known as a 10k big eye, these lights are commonly used on sound stages.

During the 2nd season, the calf-high sandals were used in Who Mourns For Adonais? In the third season the sandals were in the episode Elaan of Troyius and worn by Shatner in Plato's Stepchildren.

The scene is interactive; click play to see the lighting effect.


This scene was cut from the The Corbomite Maneuver.

21 INT. KIRK'S QUARTERS - YEOMAN RAND 21

Taking one of Kirk's uniforms off its hanger is JANICE, the Captain's yeoman.  
The sound of the o.s. door opening causes her to turn toward it.


22 KIRK 22
coming in, unwinding the towel from about his neck,
tossing it on the bed as he joins Janice, CAMERA GOING WITH him.


KIRK
Turn on the screen... Get the bridge.

JANICE
It is on, Captain.

KIRK
Excused.

Janice EXITS.

23  ANGLE TO CONTROL PANEL 23
Kirk moves INTO FRAME, flicks a switch on the panel to talk to Spock, who is seen on the screen, though his back is to us.

KIRK
Mister Spock.
Spock turns, sees Kirk in his own monitor viewer.



24  INT. ENTERPRISE BRIDGE - CLOSE ON SPOCK   24
as Spock talks to Kirk in the o. s. viewer.

KIRK'S VOICE
(filtered)
Any change?

SPOCK
Negative, Captain.  The cube is right where it was.

KIRK'S VOICE
(filtered)
Is it monitoring us?

SPOCK
It has an elementary sensor beam, pulsating type. Emanates from the cube edges.
KIRK'S VOICE

(filtered)
Any sign of life?

The script then returns to what was televised.

An additional cut scene comes towards the end of the episode:

Kirk moves toward the elevator doors, CAMERA PANNING him, where McCoy joins him with his doctor’s bag, and then Bailey. McCoy presses the button for the doors to open.

INT. ELEVATOR
The doors whoosh open and Kirk, McCoy and Bailey come in, Bailey somewhat fearfully.

Kirk
Transporter room.
Relays CLICK, lights FLASH. The cab descends quickly. McCoy and Kirk do not look at each other.

Kirk
(continuing)
You don’t approve either, I suppose.

McCoy
(shrugs)
I never ask your approval for my diagnoses.

Kirk
(eyeing Bailey)
Frightened, Mister Bailey ?

Bailey
Yes, sir.

Kirk
Of what ?

Bailey
Well, as far as knowing exactly…

Kirk
That’s my point.

They have reached the proper level. The door opens.
INT. TRANSPORTER ROOM- CLOSE ON TRANSPORTER CONTROLS
(End of scene)



The Galileo 7
Deleted scene of the anthropoid that attacked the crew.



 

The footage of the shuttlecraft burning in the planets atmosphere was not used in the episode but was used briefly in the preview.


Spectre of the Gun
An unused angle showing a close-up of the alien Melkotian.


Court Martial
This scene was replaced with a captain's log voice over. It was probably cut for time.

KIRK: All right... you leave me no other place to go...
He takes a quick sudden lunge forward, straight at Finney... knocking the phaser from
his hand. They fight. Presently, Kirk wins.

JAME'S VOICE: Father -- !

ANOTHER ANGLE
as Jamie, with Cogley, rushes down the corridor.

FINNEY (totally confused) Jamie...

JAMIE: (going into his arms) Oh, father. (moving her hand toward his tortured brow)
It's all right, father. It's all right.



FINNEY: Don't, Jamie, you've got to understand... I had to do it... after what they did
to me...

KIRK: Ben... quickly... where'd you tap the energy circuits?

FINNEY (dull, blankly) The circuits... (indicating) In there... the tube...

Kirk hands the phaser to Cogley, indicating he should guard Finney, and quickly exits.

INT. BRIDGE
Extreme tension.

INT. TUBE
Kirk works on instruments... desperate... in a cold sweat.

The script then returns to what was televised.


This Side of Paradise
The footage was not used in the episode but was used briefly in the preview.

EXT. ANGLE ON BRIDGE
Spock and Leila come running across field and cross bridge -- cavorting, etc.

EXT. ANGLE AT WATERFALL
Spock and Leila come to waterfall and splash water.

EXT. LONG SHOT - SPOCK AND LEILA AT WATERFALL
Angle from across stream -- CAMERA TILT DOWN to Mr. Spock's communicator lying under tree where they left it.

At this point the script cuts to Kirk and the others searching for Spock. Instead of seeing Spock dangling from the tree limb, Kirk first spies Spock and Leila passionately kissing by the stream.

The script then returns to what was televised.


This scene was cut from Operation: Annihilate! Craig Hundley played Peter Kirk, Capt. Kirk's nephew. Hundley would appear again in the third season episode, And the Children Shall Lead, playing Tommy Starnes.

INT. BRIDGE - ANGLE - KIRK, PETER

The boy Peter is now bright and well, dressed in a small version of the Enterprise uniform.  He is smiling up at Kirk as the Captain lays a hand on his shoulder.

KIRK
You're sure you don't want to go back to Earth to live with your grandmother?


PETER
I'm sure, sir.  Dad thought Deneva here is the best place in the whole galaxy.

KIRK
Well, your father's partner said he and his wife always wanted a boy.

PETER
(saddened)
They're not like Mom and Dad... but...

KIRK
(nods)
No one ever is, Petey.
(pats on shoulder)
Run along; they're waiting for you in the Transporter Room.
The boy formally shakes hands with Kirk, exits to the elevator.

ANOTHER ANGLE - INCLUDING SCOTT
The Engineer moves in beside Kirk.

SCOTT
He might want to go to the Academy later on, sir.  Looks like a bright lad.

KIRK
I hope he decides not to.
(turns to Scott)
If there was no other choice, Scotty, I would have had to give the order to destroy this planet. I don't want him to ever have to make that choice.

SCOTT
(nods, understanding)
Yes, sir.


Errand of Mercy
This unused scene shows Kirk and Spock escaping the Klingon held fortress. Although not used in the episode a similar clip can be seen in one of Star Trek's episode credits.


Catspaw
An unused effect on one of the witches. This effect known as solarization is produced by a partial reversal of colors or tonal values. In addition, the image has been reversed (negative). The solarization effect was eventually used in the episode The Lights of Zetar. See insert.

Cut scene from Catspaw.


City on the Edge of Forever
These scenes take place right after Rodent (the gent who steals McCoy's phaser) accidentally vaporizes himself. Although the script says day, the exteriors were filmed at night.

INT. MISSION MAIN ROOM - ANGLE ON SPOCK - DAY

He pushes through one of the doors in the back of the main room. He is wearing a dirty apron, has his sleeves rolled up. He stops to mop his hands dry on the apron, glances up o. s. and pauses.

SPOCK'S POV - KIRK AND EDITH

Kirk is coming through the outside door carrying a high pile of glasses and dishes in a tub. Edith holds the door, directs him to a bench so he can put them down. She tries to reach up to take some off the load, but Kirk pulls away, not allowing her to help. However, in pulling away, he promptly manages to drop half the dishes and glasses to the floor. A nerve ripping CRASH. As he stands there, looking in disgust at the mess of broken crockery, Edith reaches up to touch his shoulder comfortingly. At her touch, Kirk's face changes, softens... a man caught by a stir of feeling for a woman. CLOSE - SPOCK A shadow of concern drifts across his face.

DISSOLVE TO:
EXT. NEW YORK STREET - LONG SHOT - EDITH AND KIRK

walking, talking quietly. We cannot hear what they say... no one ever overhears lovers. Slowly, they reach toward one another and hold hands, still walking...

The above two shot on the right is a compilation of a scene starting on Kirk and Keeler holding hands with a tilt up to their faces.

 

Its interesting to note that in the scene used in this episode where Kirk and Keeler walk with the tune of Good Night Sweetheart playing in the background, the holding hands shot is used, but is reversed so that the walking continuity from right to left matches the upcoming wide shot. The problem with this is of course is Kirk is now on the left side and Keeler is on the right. Before this is recognized by the viewer the scene cuts to a radio repair shop and close up of a radio before returning to a shot with Kirk now on the right. Those tricky editors.


I, Mudd
Two scenes were deleted from this episode. The first is an extensive scene showing crew members enjoying themselves at a party. The androids apparently like to have a good time. too.

 

 


The James Bond model, or should it be the Jamie Bond model? And is that some form of cosmic fromage she's holding?

 

This deleted scene shows what two Alice androids saw when their logic could not comprehend what the crew was doing.

After Norman blows a circuit, all the androids shut down.

Unfortunately, there is no script to accompany the I, Mudd clips.

 

 

Thanks to Christopher B. for the Catspaw and the I, Mudd clips.

Thanks to Joe. L for the Catspaw missing scene clip and additional I, Mudd clips.

Thanks to Audrey A. and Joe L. for the City on the Edge of Forever clips.

Thanks to Dave T. for The Corbomite Maneuver and Mudd's Women clips.

Thanks to Christopher B. & David T. for the Baily clip from The Corbomite Maneuver.

Thanks to David E. for The Corbomite Maneuver, Court Martial, Paradise Syndrome, Operation: Annihilate! and City on the Edge of Forever script excerpts.

Continue to Deleted Scenes 5 for more cut scenes.


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