That year, he was present on the bridge when Pike diverted the ship's course to Talos IV. He remained on the bridge throughout the visit to that planet, when the Talosians took control of the vessel, and when the Enterprise was preparing to leave Talos IV. (TOS: "The Cage")
Several deleted lines were originally spoken by the geologist during this scene, including one where he agreed with Spock's analysis that the planet lacked sufficient resources to support the survivors of the Columbia, indicating that they "would have starved in a few months, much less 18 years;" and a second line concurring with Spock's resolution that the Columbia's crew and encampment were merely an illusion, that "once it had served its purpose [it all] disappeared like blowing out a match."
He was later among the landing party who made one final attempt to save Pike by beaming down into the Talosian's underground community, however, he, like the other male crew, were left on the transporter pad. Following the aborted attempt to beam down, he returned to the bridge and was present when the Talosians scanned the Enterprise's library computer, before they finally released Pike. (TOS: "The Cage")
This geologist was originally to be known as "Astroscientist," though Gene Roddenberry changed this on the recommendation of Harvey P. Lynn, an unofficial scientific adviser on "The Cage", who suggested the change to "Geologist" because he believed that the alternative title was too general. (The Making of Star Trek, p. 93)
This character may be named "Harrison", as recordings of Bellah's voice laughing were dubbed in when McCoy tried unsuccessfully to contact TechnicianHarrison (whose character otherwise recognized as Harrison was standing behind McCoy tending to Sulu) the biopsy lab.
For his final appearance, the final draft script of "Charlie X" consistently referred to him as "Crewman I". The script also made it clear that he was intended to be one of several high-spirited, unseen crewmen whose shadows are cast on a wall as an angry Charles Evans passes.
This crew woman was laughing with other crewmembers, silhouetted on a corridor wall, when an angry Charles Evans disfigured her from the corridor, erasing her facial features, because he thought she was laughing at him. With groans of pain, she then edged her way out into the corridor, sobbing. (TOS: "Charlie X")
This crew woman was present on the bridge during the Enterprise's initial investigation of what was later determined to be a giant space amoeba in 2268. While on the bridge, she suffered from the dizzying effects of the amoeba on the ship's crew. (TOS: "The Immunity Syndrome")
When the ship's transporter malfunctioned, he was stranded on the surface along with Sulu, Leslie, and a second technician, where he was forced to endure the planet's extreme cold temperatures. As the bitter cold progressed, he and Leslie became unconscious, before finally being rescued. He suffered frostbite and was given immediate medical treatment when the transporter was repaired. (TOS: "The Enemy Within")
In 2268, he was manning the bridge's main science station for Spock, when the crew started losing control of the ship's functions and he started running around the bridge helping Scotty. KelvanHanar suddenly appeared and put him, in front of the turbolift, and the rest of the bridge crew into temporary "frozen" and motionless stasis. As the Kelvan's continued their attempted hijacking of the Enterprise to return to the Andromeda Galaxy, they considered him one of many non-essential personnel. He was neutralized and reduced into a dehydrated porous cuboctahedron solid, the size of a Human fist, composed of his base minerals which represented the "distilled" essence of his being. He was reconstituted after the four commanding officers, who were not neutralized, regained control of the ship. (TOS: "By Any Other Name")
During the ship's journey to Babel that year, she passed in the corridor outside the sickbay as Kirk and Spock entered to speak with AmbassadorSarek who was there, confined to a biobed. A short time later, she was in McCoy's lab while Spock, Amanda and McCoy were in an adjacent room discussing Sarek's condition and pending surgery. Later, during the aforementioned surgery, she assisted in keeping NurseChapel's supplies fully stocked while Doctor McCoy performed his bypass operation on the Ambassador. Following the surgery, she assisted, along with a medical technician in cleanup the surgical area. (TOS: "Journey to Babel")
That year, she assisted DoctorMcCoy and NurseChapel in stabilizing Kirk's body after Sargon had been believed to have been killed while inside it. She was also worried about how they would return Kirk's mind to his body, and how long the life support systems could keep his body alive without him. (TOS: "Return to Tomorrow")
That year, he was affected by the interphase phenomenon, encountered in the Tholian sector, causing him to experience a fit of insanity and attacked McCoy, while he assisted McCoy and Chapel. After he was subdued, the Doctor confined him to Sickbay. (TOS: "The Tholian Web")
This orderly served aboard the Enterprise in 2268.
That year, he aided Doctor McCoy in sickbay while treating the injured crewmembers who were injured during clashes aboard the Enterprise with Kang's Klingon personnel, all while under the influence of the Beta XII-A entity in 2268.
The orderly was asked by McCoy where the Numanol capsule he wanted was, leading the orderly to produce a tray with several medical devices, as well as a number of capsules.
This technician was also serving on the bridge during the V'Ger incident in the 2270s. She was also present during the staff briefing at the recreation deck, and wore both a white and beige uniform during the course of events. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)
These crew members attended the briefing on the recreation deck of the USS Enterprise in the mid-2270s. They were witnesses to the destruction of the Epsilon IX station during the briefing. (Star Trek: The Motion Picture)
All 170 crewmembers were played by extras, production staff members, and fans and most of them received no on-screen credit for their appearances. They were cast by a cattle call, organized by Bjo Trimble and had to fulfill these special requests: "aged between 20 and 40, men from 5'8" to 6'2", sizes 40-42, and women from 5'6" to 5'8', sizes 8-10"
The Vulcan officers, played by Scott Dweck and JoAnn Christy, were identified in the novel "Ex Machina" as Nurse Spanla (β) and security technician T'Hesh (β), respectively.
Bjo Trimble also appeared as a science crewmember in this scene.