Last week we paid tribute to the late Douglas Grindstaff, the brilliantly imaginative sound effects man whose contribution to the atmosphere of the original Star Trek would be hard to overstate. But I think Grindstaff deserves at least one more monster, so...
Monster-of-the-Week: ...let's acknowledge the "neural parasite" that attacks poor Spock in the second-season episode "Operation--Annihilate!"
In one interview I found, Grindstaff claimed that he produced the creature's icky sounds by using samples of kissing.
While we're on the subject of Star Trek, check out...Quentin Tarantino's Star Trek!
Thursday, August 30, 2018
BACK TO THE GRINDSTAFF
Posted by M.V. MOORHEAD at 3:02 AM
Labels: DEFOREST KELLEY, DOUGLAS GRINDSTAFF, LEONARD NIMOY, MONSTER-OF-THE-WEEK, NEURAL PARASITE, QUENTIN TARANTINO, STAR TREK, WILLIAM SHATNER
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