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D.C. Fontana

D.C. Fontana [9]

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Born:March 25, 1939
Died:December 2, 2019 (80)
Filmography Rating:7.59 / 10
IMDB Rating:7.85 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.50 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:NA%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
Star Trek - Season 1 [1966](27) => Writer
Star Trek - Season 2 [1967](28) => Writer
Star Trek - Season 3 [1968](29) => Writer
Star Trek: The Animated Series [1973](34) => Writer
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Season 1 [1987](48) => Writer
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Season 1 [1993](54) => Writer
Star Trek: Remastered - Season 1 [2007](68) => Writer
Star Trek: Remastered - Season 2 [2008](69) => Writer
Star Trek: Remastered - Season 3 [2008](69) => Writer

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Star Trek: The Animated Series [1973]
  • When story editor D.C. Fontana was writing her episode {Yesteryear}, she ran into opposition from the network executives when they learned her story would have Spock's beloved pet mortally wounded and requiring euthanasia. The executives were concerned that it would upset young viewers and insisted that the pet be allowed to live. Gene Roddenberry supported Fontana and reassured the management that she would handle the story appropriately. As it turns out, there were never any complaints about the episode and the story is considered the finest of the series.
    The Big Bang Theory: Season 5 [2011]
  • The Russian Rocket Reaction: At Wil Wheaton's party one of the background guests was D.C. Fontana, a writer for [Star Trek] (TOS, TNG, and DS9).