Who wrote The Inner Light Star Trek?

2019-09-05 by No Comments

Who wrote The Inner Light Star Trek?

Morgan Gendel
I write about the future of science, technology, and culture. This article is more than 9 years old. Morgan Gendel has a number of writing and producing credits to his names, but to Star Trek fans, he’s most well known for his writing.

Did Patrick Stewart learn to play the flute?

Patrick did actually learn how to play the instrument, but that wasn’t him playing in the episode. It was actually Brice Martin who was one of our top studio players.”

What is the song that Picard plays on the flute?

The Inner Light
Background information. The tune played by Picard in “The Inner Light” was an excerpt from “Scottish Fantasy”, originally composed by Max Bruch and re-composed by Jay Chattaway. The design of the Ressikan flute prop was based on various different makes of tin whistle.

Did Patrick Stewart play the flute in The Inner Light?

Bryce had played his instrument to represent Picard’s Ressikan flute since it first appeared in “The Inner Light”. However, while Stewart did the majority of his flute fingering, he was doubled in several scenes by Noel Webb and John Mayham. The only problem is that Sir Patrick Stewart cannot play the flute.

Is The Inner Light the best Star Trek episode?

“The Inner Light” was ranked among the top five episodes in a “viewers’ choice” marathon that was broadcast just before the premiere of the series finale. IO9 ranked “The Inner Light” as the 8th best episode of all Star Trek episodes up to 2011. Variety called it the best Star Trek: The Next Generation episode.

Who is Picard’s best friend?

Jack Crusher
Jack Crusher, Beverly — a Starfleet doctor, longtime friend and his chief medical officer on the Enterprise. Aside from these feelings regarding children, family and women, Picard was even aloof with those he considered his close friends.

Did Picard actually play the flute?

In 2016, Radio Times magazine said that Picard playing the flute at the end of the episode was the 6th greatest scene of all Star Trek film and television.

How much did Picard’s flute sell for?

The flute was sold at the Christie’s Auction House in New York on 2006/10/06 for $48,000 (the buyer won it with a bid of $40,000). It is a non-playing prop.

Did Picard really play the flute?

Brought on board afterwards for analysis, the probe also contains Kamin’s flute; Picard, having mastered it during his 40 years as Kamin, finds he retained the musical skills he learned and can still play it. He keeps it as a memento for the remainder of the series.

Are the Borg extinct?

The entire Borg Collective was destroyed along with the universe. In the current volumes of the Next Generation Relaunch series of novels, the Borg have been driven to near extinction as a result of the Starship Voyager’s destruction of the Queen and the transwarp conduit network.