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[[File:Bajoran monastery garden.jpg|thumb|The Bajoran garden in DS9's "In the Hands of the Prophets".]]
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[[File:Bajoran monastery garden.jpg|thumb|The Bajoran garden in DS9's "In the Hands of the Prophets"]]
The '''Griffith Park''' is a large park located in Los Feliz, Los Angeles, California. It was used as filming location for several ''[[Star Trek]]'' episodes. The [[Griffith Observatory]] is also located in the Griffith Park.
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'''Griffith Park''' is a large park located in Los Feliz, Los Angeles, California. It was used as filming location for several ''[[Star Trek]]'' episodes. The [[Griffith Observatory]] is also located in the Griffith Park.
   
 
== ''Star Trek'' locations ==
 
== ''Star Trek'' locations ==
 
In {{y|1987}}, director [[Corey Allen]] shot the very first day of shooting for the ''[[Star Trek: The Next Generation]]'' pilot episode {{e|Encounter at Farpoint}} at Griffith Park. The scene included actors [[Jonathan Frakes]], [[Brent Spiner]], and [[Wil Wheaton]] and stood in for the scenes on the holodeck. (''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion]]'')
 
In {{y|1987}}, director [[Corey Allen]] shot the very first day of shooting for the ''[[Star Trek: The Next Generation]]'' pilot episode {{e|Encounter at Farpoint}} at Griffith Park. The scene included actors [[Jonathan Frakes]], [[Brent Spiner]], and [[Wil Wheaton]] and stood in for the scenes on the holodeck. (''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion]]'')
   
In {{y|1993}}, director [[David Livingston]] chose the location of '''Fern Dell''', a section of the Griffith Park, as location for the [[Monastery of the Kai]] in the ''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine]]'' episode {{e|In the Hands of the Prophets}}, the last episode of the [[DS9 Season 1|first season]]. The scene involved [[Avery Brooks]] and [[Philip Anglim]] and their "first meeting" in the series. According to Livingston, he was able to do a location shoot because of the high budget for the episode and he chose Fern Dell which is close to the studio. It was the easiest location for a director to shoot because of its narrow path that restricts movement which prohibits wider shots, according to unit production manager [[Robert della Santina]]. (''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion]]'')
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In {{y|1993}}, director [[David Livingston]] chose the location of '''Fern Dell''', a section of Griffith Park, as location for the [[Monastery of the Kai]] in the ''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine]]'' episode {{e|In the Hands of the Prophets}}, the last episode of the [[DS9 Season 1|first season]]. The scene involved [[Avery Brooks]] and [[Philip Anglim]] and their "first meeting" in the series. According to Livingston, he was able to do a location shoot because of the high budget for the episode and he chose Fern Dell which is close to the studio. It was the easiest location for a director to shoot because of its narrow path that restricts movement which prohibits wider shots, according to unit production manager [[Robert della Santina]]. (''[[Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion]]'')
   
In {{y|2004}}, on their second day of shooting, {{d|22|July|2004}}, the production team of the ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]'' episode {{e|Storm Front, Part II}} went on location in the Griffith Park to film the wood scenes between the ''Enterprise'' crew and the [[Na'kuhl]] and [[Nazi|Nazi soldiers]]. [http://www.startrek.com/startrek/view/news/article/6357.html]
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In {{y|2004}}, on their second day of shooting, {{d|22|July|2004}}, the production team of the ''[[Star Trek: Enterprise]]'' episode {{e|Storm Front, Part II}} went on location in Griffith Park to film the wood scenes between the ''Enterprise'' crew and the [[Na'kuhl]] and [[Nazi|Nazi soldiers]]. [http://www.startrek.com/startrek/view/news/article/6357.html]
   
 
=== {{w|Bronson Canyon}} ===
 
=== {{w|Bronson Canyon}} ===
[[File:RuraPentheMine2293.jpg|thumb|The Bronson Canyon caves in ''Star Trek VI''.]]
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[[File:RuraPentheMine2293.jpg|thumb|The Bronson Canyon caves in ''Star Trek VI'']]
Bronson Canyon, part of the Griffith Park, has become famous as location for several movies and television series. It was used many times for location shoots of all five live action ''Star Trek'' series as well as the movies.
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Bronson Canyon, part of Griffith Park, has become famous as location for several movies and television series. It was used many times for location shoots of all five live action ''Star Trek'' series as well as the movies.
   
 
In {{y|1991}}, the Bronson Canyon caves stood in for the cave shots of [[Rura Penthe]] in {{film|6}}. ([[David G. Trotti]], [[ENT Season 2 DVD]] special "Enterprise Secrets")
 
In {{y|1991}}, the Bronson Canyon caves stood in for the cave shots of [[Rura Penthe]] in {{film|6}}. ([[David G. Trotti]], [[ENT Season 2 DVD]] special "Enterprise Secrets")

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Bajoran monastery garden

The Bajoran garden in DS9's "In the Hands of the Prophets"

Griffith Park is a large park located in Los Feliz, Los Angeles, California. It was used as filming location for several Star Trek episodes. The Griffith Observatory is also located in the Griffith Park.

Star Trek locations

In 1987, director Corey Allen shot the very first day of shooting for the Star Trek: The Next Generation pilot episode "Encounter at Farpoint" at Griffith Park. The scene included actors Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, and Wil Wheaton and stood in for the scenes on the holodeck. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion)

In 1993, director David Livingston chose the location of Fern Dell, a section of Griffith Park, as location for the Monastery of the Kai in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode "In the Hands of the Prophets", the last episode of the first season. The scene involved Avery Brooks and Philip Anglim and their "first meeting" in the series. According to Livingston, he was able to do a location shoot because of the high budget for the episode and he chose Fern Dell which is close to the studio. It was the easiest location for a director to shoot because of its narrow path that restricts movement which prohibits wider shots, according to unit production manager Robert della Santina. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Companion)

In 2004, on their second day of shooting, 22 July 2004, the production team of the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Storm Front, Part II" went on location in Griffith Park to film the wood scenes between the Enterprise crew and the Na'kuhl and Nazi soldiers. [1]

Bronson Canyon

RuraPentheMine2293

The Bronson Canyon caves in Star Trek VI

Bronson Canyon, part of Griffith Park, has become famous as location for several movies and television series. It was used many times for location shoots of all five live action Star Trek series as well as the movies.

In 1991, the Bronson Canyon caves stood in for the cave shots of Rura Penthe in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. (David G. Trotti, ENT Season 2 DVD special "Enterprise Secrets")

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