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It's Only a Paper Moon (episode)

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* James Darren recorded his performances at Capitol Records, which was a memorable experience for Anson Williams and Ron Moore. (''[[Cinefantastique]]''; {{st.com|catching-up-with-ds9-and-voyager-director-anson-williams||article}})
 
* James Darren recorded his performances at Capitol Records, which was a memorable experience for Anson Williams and Ron Moore. (''[[Cinefantastique]]''; {{st.com|catching-up-with-ds9-and-voyager-director-anson-williams||article}})
 
* This episode contains a scene from just before the final battle on [[AR-558]] which wasn't actually seen in the episode {{e|The Siege of AR-558}}; after [[Julian Bashir|Bashir]] puts on "{{w|I'll Be Seeing You (song)|I'll Be Seeing You}}", he goes to check on Nog, who inquires as to the name of the song.
 
* This episode contains a scene from just before the final battle on [[AR-558]] which wasn't actually seen in the episode {{e|The Siege of AR-558}}; after [[Julian Bashir|Bashir]] puts on "{{w|I'll Be Seeing You (song)|I'll Be Seeing You}}", he goes to check on Nog, who inquires as to the name of the song.
* James Darren sings four songs in this episode: "[[I'll Be Seeing You]]" (which was already heard in "The Siege of AR-558"), "[[I've Got the World on a String]]", "[[It's Only a Paper Moon]]", and "[[Just in Time]]" (which is heard in the background during the scene with Jake and his girlfriend).
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* James Darren sings four songs in this episode: "[[I'll Be Seeing You]]" (which was already heard in "The Siege of AR-558"), "[[I've Got the World on a String]]", "[[It's Only a Paper Moon]]" and "[[Just in Time]]" (which is heard in the background during the scene with Jake and his girlfriend).
   
 
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