The Green Girl.
One of the most famous aliens in Star Trek is the Orion slave girl, and the most classic “green” moment comes from “The Cage,” compliments of Susan Oliver. The prolific star is best known to Star Trek fans for this role, yet her appearance in Star Trek is but a speck on the landscape of her career as an actress and director. In this episode of The Ready Room we take a break from our usual format as we're joined by Larry Nemecek and writer/director George Pappy to talk about his new documentary The Green Girl, which chronicles the life of Susan Oliver, her film and television work, attempts to break the glass ceiling for female directors, and more.
In our news segment we get a first-hand recap of the Geek Nation Tours trek to Las Vegas, discuss how recent awards and campaigns for Star Trek Continues and Star Trek: Axanar highlight the growing fan desire for new Trek, and assess the prospects for the remastering of Deep Space Nine and Voyager in light of some recent panels and interviews with those who might spearheads the projects.
Running Time: 2 hour 10 minutes 43 seconds
Christopher Jones and Larry Nemecek
George A. Pappy, Jr.
Feature: The Green Girl
The Genesis of the Project (53:54)
Susan Oliver's Impact on Star Trek (1:03:19)
TV, Film, Stage, and a Blackballed Career (1:17:47)
Directing, Aviation, and More (1:24:19)
The Takeway (1:44:31)
Get the Documentary and Find Out More (1:51:16)
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