Trek Artifacts 1967 Leaf Trading Card Set

TREKCORE > SPECIALS > TREK ARTIFACTS > 1967 Leaf Trading Card Set Cards 29 - 39

PUBLISHED: Oct 15, 2006
AUTHOR: Greg Jones

We continue our look at the 1967 Leaf Trading Cards with cards 29 through 39.  The introductory article to these artifacts can be read here. For a listing of all our Artifacts articles, visit our Specials Index.

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This looks like a shot taken in between takes on the set of either "Shore Leave", "A Private Little War", or "The Alternative Factor". A non-episode plot synopsis...but it is funny.
A shot from "Space Seed" with an inappropriate caption. That's Ricardo Montalban in the suspended animation chamber on the right. Plot synopsis is from" Dagger Of The Mind" which doesn't match the photo on the card front.
This shot looks like it's from either "The Enemy Within" or "The Conscience Of The King". A non-episode plot synopsis.
A shot from "What Are Little Girls Made Of?" with an ill-ftting caption. Funky non-episode synopsis. What was the writer smoking?.
\A shot from "Where No Man Has Gone Before" with an inaccurate caption. The synopsis describes plot elements from "Mudd's Women"--except for Kirk killing one of the miners--which doesn't match the front photo.
This looks like a shot from either "The Corbomite Maneuver" or "The Enemy Within". The caption would fit the former, but not the latter. Another weird non-episode synopsis.
This shot looks like it's from "The Corbomite Maneuver", but could have been snapped in between takes; is that a cigarette in McCoy's left hand, held near his thigh? A non-episode synopsis.
This shot looks like it's from "The Corbomite Maneuver" or another early episode due to Spock's high collar. A non-episode synopsis.
This shot is from "The Cage"--possibly a publicity still. This creature appears only briefly as Captain Pike surveys the other cells in the Talosian "menagerie". The caption, obviously, is a mismatch. One of the more humorous non-episode synopsis in the set.
A shot from "Where No Man Has Gone Before" with an inapplicable caption. Another ridiculous, but amusing, non-episode synopsis.
This looks like a publicity still taken on the set of "The Galileo Seven" with yet another meaningless caption (which basically becomes the standard from here on out). Another non-episode synopsis.

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