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|Starship Farragut episode|
|Episode no.:||00 (pilot)|
|Writer(s):||Paul R. Sieber|
|Director:||Paul R. Sieber|
|Next episode:||"For Want of a Nail"|
"The Captaincy" is the pilot episode of "Starship Farragut", an independent film series based on the original "Star Trek" television series. It was made in 2006, and premièred in 2007.
- Captain John Thomas Carter (played by John Broughton)
- Commander Robert James Tacket (played by Mike Bednar)
- Lt. Commander Michelle Renata Smithfield (played by Holly Bednar)
- Lt. Commander Henry Francis Prescott, III (played by Paul R. Sieber)
- Lieutenant Alissa Moretti (played by Tonya Bacon)
- Lieutenant Christine Holley (played by Amy Sepan)
- Crewman Allen Baker (played by Dave Sepan)
- Transporter Chief Wayne Galway (played by Bob McDonough)
USS Farragut crew/castEdit
- Lieutenant Allison Bell (played by Amanda Root)
- Nurse Jessica Whitehead (played by Jessica Young)
- Ensign Russell Gates (played by R. M. Gates)
- Shuttlecraft Pilot (Voice) (played by Cherise Rosemond)
- Commander Strickland (played by Michael Struck)
- Crewman (played by Patrick Bell)
- Crewman (played by Bruce Dennis)
- Crewman (played by David Dufrane)
- Crewman (played by Natalie Montgomery)
- Crewman (played by Ian Peters)
- Crewman (played by Rob Turner)
- Crewman (played by Cherise Rosemond)
- Crewman (played by Trey Thomas)
- Farragut Computer Voice (played by Ralph Miller)
- Captain James T. Kirk (played by James Cawley)
- Commander Spock (played by Jeff Quinn)
- Dr. Leonard McCoy (played by John Kelly)
- Captain Jennings (Voice) (played by Michael Struck)
- Commander Nash (Voice) (played by Daniel Awkward)
- Admiral Daniel Wainwright (played by Larry Manzare)
- Commodore Richard Broughton (played by John Broughton, Sr.)
- Klingon Commander Kruge (played by Mark Hildebrand)
- Klingon Karek (played by Chris Carrothers)
- Klingon Kray (played by Trey Thomas)
- Klingon Guard1 (played by Steve Kaserman)
- Klingon Guard2 (played by Daniel Awkward)
- Klingon Warrior (played by Sally Arkulari)
- Klingon Warrior (played by Ken Brison)
- Klingon Warrior (played by Nancy Ellis)
- Klingon Warrior (played by Brad Graper)
- Klingon Warrior (played by Dan Manherz)
- Klingon Warrior (played by John Miller)
- Klingon Warrior (played by Roger Miller)
- Klingon Warrior (played by Tracy Phelps)
- Klingon Warrior (played by Laird Sheep)
- Klingon Warrior (played by Eric Van Arsale)
- Klingon Warrior (played by John Winsley)
- Klingon Voice (played by Paul R. Sieber)
- Klingon Voice (played by Daniel Awkward)
Shortly after Captain Carter arrives aboard his new command, he is called off to planet Diotama III to investigate the apparent destruction of a Federation Starship, the disappearance of a Federation Commodore, and a possible secret Klingon weapons facility. Carter must resolve this crisis, save the Commodore and destroy the Klingon weapon while learning what it means to be the captain of a starship.
- The episode premièred at the Farpoint Convention in Hunt Valley Maryland on 02/17/2007. It was released on the web on 02/23/2007.
- This episode's cameo appearances by the primary cast of Star Trek: New Voyages marks the first ever crossover appearance between two separate and independent TOS era film projects.
- "I suppose you're going to quote regulations to me on this one."
- — Carter to Prescott - "The Captaincy"
- "It's not the ship I have a problem with ..."
- — Broughton to Carter - "The Captaincy"
| Last produced:|
| Starship Farragut|
| Next produced:|
"For Want of a Nail"
| Last transmitted:|
| Next transmitted:|
"For Want of a Nail"
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