The face of a dummy
dummy or mannequin was a life-sized model of a Human used for various purposes.
2266, James T. Kirk referred to a particular puppet, which he initially believed to be Balok, as " a dummy. A puppet of some kind." ( : " TOS ")
The Corbomite Maneuver
2267, Hikaru Sulu compared a Black Knight that had just slain Leonard McCoy to a dummy. ( : " TOS ")
In the final draft script of "Shore Leave", the Black Knight's face was described thus; "
The smooth flawless face of a wax dummy… not a cheap one, but rather like a
's face, too good an imitation to be anything but an imitation.
2366, while subduing a hologram of William T. Riker, Reginald Barclay referred to the officer as " a pretty mannequin in a fancy " ( uniform. : " TNG ")
That same year, the male
android Data was presented by Kivas Fajo to Palor Toff, who mistook him for a mannequin. ( : " TNG ")
The Most Toys
2373, The Doctor referred to other holograms of famous people as " Automatons, mannequin simulacra." ( : " VOY ")
2399, Soji Asha had a dream in which she saw herself as a mannequin on a table in her father's laboratory, which, according to Narek, was a reference to her true nature: that of an artificial lifeform. ( : " PIC ")
The Impossible Box
Background information Edit
In a stage direction from the final draft script of
: " TOS ", the interior of Miri Biggs' toy store was said to include "some kid-sized mannequins, dressed as surfers and surferettes."
Aside from the Balok puppet, at least two mannequins appeared in
, with one appearing as a Star Trek: The Original Series Psi 2000 crew woman in " " and as the midform during the creation of The Naked Time android Kirk in " ". One also appeared, made to appear like makeup artist What Are Little Girls Made Of? Edward French, as the frozen Klingon prisoner in .
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
A frozen Klingon prisoner
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