STAR TREK TV CAST - TRADING/SPORTS CARD SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: MALACHI THRONE, SEAN KENNEY - HFSID 308630
The actors are shown here as Commodore José Mendez and Captain Pike in a scene from the 1966 episode "The Menagerie" on this 2009 CBS Studios limited edition autograph trading card
Sale Price $396.00
STAR TREK TV CAST: MALACHI THRONE and SEAN KENNEY The actors are shown here as Commodore José Mendez and Captain Pike in a scene from the 1966 episode "The Menagerie" on this 2009 CBS Studios limited edition autograph trading card Trading Card signed: "Malachi Throne" and "Sean Kenney" in blue felt tip, color, 2½x3½. 2009 CBS Studios Limited Edition Autograph Trading Card for the 1966 Star Trek episode "The Menagerie". In the episode, Malachi Throne played Commodore José Mendez and Sean Kenney played Captain Pike. MALACHI THRONE (1928-2013) has appeared in over 100 movies and TV shows. He's well-remembered for his recurring role in Ben Casey (1964-1965), his performance as the narrator in the cartoon Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light (1987), and for starring with Robert Conrad in It Takes a Thief (1968-1969). Throne has guest starred in numerous science-fiction series including The Outer Limits (1964), Lost in Space (1966), The Time Tunnel (1966-1967), Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1964-1967), Land of the Giants (1970), and The Six Million Dollar Man (1975). Trekkies may recognize him as Commodore Jose Mendez from the original series two-parter The Menagerie (1966) and as Romulan Senator Pardek from the Next Generation two-part episode Unification (1991). Babylon 5 fans may recognize him from a small but important role as the assassinated Centauri Prime Minister in the 1995 episode The Coming of Shadows. SEAN KENNEY appeared in films and television series for 10 years. He played two roles in the original Star Trek series, one as Captain Pike in the 1966 two part episode "The Menagerie", and the other as DePaul in the 1967 episodes "Arena" and "A Taste of Armageddon". His film appearances include The Toy Box (1971) and Terminal Island (1973). Fine condition.
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