Help on the Shuttlecraft


#21

Yep. Anything familiar in an unfamiliar place-- one of the pictures on this site had a portable can opener as a prop! (:

–Paul E Musselman


#22

Reminds me of the scene in The Empire Strikes back where someone is carrying around an ice cream maker. :smile:


#23

Hand-cranked in a wooden barrel??


#24

Here are some pictures I found.

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#25

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I always thought those handles looked like kitchen knives.


#26

Ginsu Shuttle Controls™

:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:


#27

Controls your shuttlecraft and still slices through this tin can with ease!


#28

I did too!:rofl:


#29

I noticed on the opening scenes of The Galileo 7 that you can see this part spinning.


#30

I popped in my Blu-ray and sure enough, it’s spinning! I never noticed that before. They should have painted some marks on it or maybe a moire’ pattern to make it stand out more.


#31

It was a new discovery for me too. The gizmo does not appear to be spinning when you see it again in The Menagerie Part I.


#32

Yep, definitely a reel-to-reel. High definition is revealing many secrets!