By Brian J. Robb
For over forty years "Star Trek" has made a beautiful cultural effect. Now extra well known than ever - J.J. Abrams' reinvented "Star Trek" motion picture used to be one of many field workplace hits of 2009, grossing $385 million all over the world - the 'franchise' keeps to have cultural, social and political resonance around the globe. "Star Trek" has replaced not only the way in which we glance at area but in addition our personal international. It gave the tradition a lexicon of catchphrases, from "Beam me up, Scotty" to Dr McCoy's many proceedings starting "I'm a physician, no longer a [...]"! a lot of the 'future' expertise depicted on "Star Trek" has come to add in daily life, from the communicator-like cellphone to desktop contact monitors now taken with no consideration. a few of the world's so much favourite scientists have been encouraged to pursue their careers (as have been many writers and artists) because of an early publicity to "Star Trek". In "A short consultant to big name Trek", specialist Brian J Robb charts the increase of the convey and explores its effect on our tradition.
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AIR DATE: 08-28-1953. GUEST HOST: Lewis, Robert Q. ADDITIONAL INFO: some marks and notes. AIR DATE: 09-03-1953. GUEST HOST: Lewis, Robert Q. W ITH: Davis, Danny; Hamill, John; Mitchell, Marilyn. ADDITIONAL INFO: some marks and notes. AIR DATE: 09-11-1953. GUEST HOST: Lewis, Robert Q. ADDITIONAL INFO: some marks and notes. AIR DATE: 09-17-1953. GUEST HOST: Lewis, Robert Q. WITH: Titone, Angelo. ADDITIONAL INFO: some marks and notes. AIR DATE: 09-25-1953. GUEST HOST: Lewis, Robert Q. ADDITIONAL INFO: some marks and notes.
30 minutes; June 28 to Oct. ; 30 minutes; Apr. 5 to Sept. ; 30 minutes. NBC: Oct. 12, 1953, to Apr. ; 15 minutes; June 15 to Sept. ; 30 minutes; June 28 to Sept. ; 30 minutes; Apr. ; July to Sept. ; 30 minutes; Sept. 28, 1958, to Sept. ; Sept. 1959 to Jan. ; Jan. 1960 to Sept. ; 30 minutes. PROD. : ABC Television; DuMont; CBS Television; NBC Television. HOSTESS: Murray, Kathryn. WITH: The Arthur Murray Dancers; The Emil Colman Orchestra (1951-52); Murray, Arthur; The Ray Carter Orchestra (1953-60); The Stanley Melba Orchestra (1950).
HOSTESS: Murray, Kathryn. WITH: The Arthur Murray Dancers; The Emil Colman Orchestra (1951-52); Murray, Arthur; The Ray Carter Orchestra (1953-60); The Stanley Melba Orchestra (1950). • Ballroom dancing show (called the longest-running commercial in TV history —for the Arthur Murray Dance Studio) in the setting of a large party, with guests from show business or sports, with talk, dance, singing and some comedy sketches. The series was the only program to air on all four original networks. AIR DATE: 08-09-1953 (CBS).