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In Addition to This Blog, which is my primary, I also co-run three others. One of them being the top Star Trek blog on Tumblr, Star Trek GIFs. I also founded and serve as editor for the DS9+VGR Confessions blog and co-run one of the only active Terminator blogs on Tumblr. Finally, I'm on staff at the largest fan-run Star Trek site, TrekCore.com, where amongst other things I've helped flood the web with a multitude of rare and behind the scene photos.

No, Gene Roddenberry is not on African safari.  This is him in 1943 in the South Pacific.
Leonard Nimoy and Gene Roddenberry filming “The Cage” circa 1964.
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Colorized photo of Jeffrey Hunter and Gene Roddenberry taking a look at the first model of the NCC-1701 while filming “The Cage" — the original 1964 pilot for "Star Trek”
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Gene Roddenberry with Jeffrey Hunter (Captain Christopher Pike) and John Hoyt (Dr. Phillip Boyce) on the set of the first pilot for Star Trek, ‘The Cage’ circa 1964.
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Gene Roddenberry inspects the first miniature of his starship while on location filming the original pilot “The Cage" in 1964.
I have another photo like this with both Roddenberry and Jeff Hunter that’s been colorized.
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Gene Roddenberry serving in the South Pacific, 1943.
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The cast and creators of Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.  In addition to Kirk, McCoy, Scotty, Sulu, Chekov and Uhura, we’ve also got director Leonard Nimoy (who technically did not star in the film; he only appeared in the end scenes and was not in the opening credits) producer Ralph Winter, producer Harve Bennett, and Trek overall Creator Gene Roddenberry.
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I think Gene Roddenberry looks sad in this photo.  But others have disagreed with me, saying it’s just the angle of the shot and such.  What do you think?
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Did I mention I’ve got Gene Roddenberry’s autograph?
It’s pretty beaten up… but… it’s still Gene Roddenberry’s autograph.
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I love the subtext of this photo.  Just look at the glare Nichelle Nichols (Uhura) is giving Bill Shatner.  Look at the neutral yet unhappy expressions on the faces of George Takei and Walter Koenig.  The body language of Shatner in the chair, as pseudo-Papa Gene Roddenberry seemingly corrects his star on some thing or another.
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