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A '''Western''' was a type of [[book]], [[film]], or [[holoprogram]] based on the Western [[United States of America]] during the [[19th century]], a period later known as the [[Ancient West]]. ({{ENT|Horizon}}; {{TNG|A Fistful of Datas}})
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A '''Western''' was a type of [[book]], [[film]], or [[holoprogram]] based on the [[American West]] during the [[19th century]], a period later known as the [[Ancient West]]. ({{ENT|Horizon}}; {{TNG|A Fistful of Datas}})
   
 
An apparent Western was shown on one of the channels monitored by [[Neelix]] and [[Kes]] when the {{USS|Voyager}} was stranded in the year [[1996]]. ({{VOY|Future's End}})
 
An apparent Western was shown on one of the channels monitored by [[Neelix]] and [[Kes]] when the {{USS|Voyager}} was stranded in the year [[1996]]. ({{VOY|Future's End}})
   
[[Charles Tucker III|Trip Tucker]] once speculated that [[Zefram Cochrane]] spent his nights reading "about [[cowboy]]s and [[American Indian|Indian]]s". ({{ENT|Shuttlepod One}})
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{{Trip Tucker}} once speculated that [[Zefram Cochrane]] spent his [[night]]s reading "about [[cowboy]]s and [[American Indian|Indian]]s". ({{ENT|Shuttlepod One}})
   
On [[September|September 26]], [[2152]], the {{NX|Enterprise}} crew watched a Western in the [[catwalk]], shortly before the ship emerged from a [[neutronic wavefront]]. The Western being shown was the episode "The Tide" from the TV series [[Kung Fu]]. [[T'Pol]] found the treachery of one of the characters obvious. ({{ENT|The Catwalk}})
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In [[September]], [[2152]], the {{EnterpriseNX}} crew watched a Western in the [[catwalk]], shortly before the ship emerged from a [[neutronic storm]]. The Western being shown was an episode from the [[television]] series ''[[Kung Fu]]''. [[T'Pol]] found the treachery of one of the characters obvious. ({{ENT|The Catwalk}})
   
 
In [[2153]], Trip Tucker considered the possibility of showing a western film to the [[cogenitor]] "[[Charles]]", but ultimately decided on ''[[The Day the Earth Stood Still]]''. After seeing this film, "Charles" asked Tucker to tell him more about Westerns and expressed interest in the possibility of watching a Western film next. ({{ENT|Cogenitor}})
 
In [[2153]], Trip Tucker considered the possibility of showing a western film to the [[cogenitor]] "[[Charles]]", but ultimately decided on ''[[The Day the Earth Stood Still]]''. After seeing this film, "Charles" asked Tucker to tell him more about Westerns and expressed interest in the possibility of watching a Western film next. ({{ENT|Cogenitor}})
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[[Deanna Troi]] was a fan of stories set during the Ancient West. Her father, [[Ian Andrew Troi]], often read her such tales when she was a child. ({{TNG|A Fistful of Datas}})
 
[[Deanna Troi]] was a fan of stories set during the Ancient West. Her father, [[Ian Andrew Troi]], often read her such tales when she was a child. ({{TNG|A Fistful of Datas}})
   
In [[2373]], after [[Lieutenant]]s [[Tuvok]] and [[Tom Paris]] had finished playing out [[Seska]]'s revised ''[[Insurrection Alpha]]'' [[Holographic program|holoprogram]], several of the {{USS|Voyager}} crew gathered in the [[mess hall]] and discussed the possibility of Tuvok and Paris creating a new program. [[Captain]] [[Kathryn Janeway]] suggested that it be a Western. ({{VOY|Worst Case Scenario}})
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In [[2369]], [[Alexander Rozhenko]] created the ''{{dis|Ancient West|program}}'' program for himself and his father. This program was set in the [[town]] of [[Deadwood]] and the participants played the town's [[sheriff]], a [[deputy]], and the "mysterious stranger" [[Durango]]. ({{TNG|A Fistful of Datas}})
   
In [[2375]], [[Nog]] watched Western films on a [[television]] set at [[Vic's lounge]] in the [[holosuite]] program [[Bashir 62]], including ''[[Shane]]'' and ''[[The Searchers]]''. ({{DS9|It's Only a Paper Moon}})
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In [[2373]], after [[Lieutenant]]s [[Tuvok]] and [[Tom Paris]] had finished playing out [[Seska]]'s revised ''[[Insurrection Alpha]]'' [[Holographic program|holoprogram]], several of the {{USS|Voyager}} crew gathered in the [[mess hall]] and discussed the possibility of Tuvok and Paris creating a new program. {{Captain}} [[Kathryn Janeway]] suggested that it be a Western. ({{VOY|Worst Case Scenario}})
   
== Western titles from NX's [[motion picture library]] ==
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In [[2375]], [[Nog]] watched Western films on a television set at [[Vic's lounge]] in the [[holosuite]] program [[Bashir 62]], including ''{{dis|Shane|movie}}'' and ''[[The Searchers]]''. ({{DS9|It's Only a Paper Moon}})
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== Western titles from ''Enterprise''{{'}}s [[motion picture library]] ==
 
* ''[[Apache Serenade]]''
 
* ''[[Apache Serenade]]''
 
* ''[[Banned in Phoenix]]''
 
* ''[[Banned in Phoenix]]''
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== External link ==
 
== External link ==
 
* {{wikipedia|Western (genre)|Western}}
 
* {{wikipedia|Western (genre)|Western}}
 
 
[[Category:Earth]]
 
[[Category:Earth]]
[[Category:Earth art]]
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[[Category:Earth visual art]]
 
[[Category:Movie genres]]
 
[[Category:Movie genres]]
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[[Category:Literature genres]]

Latest revision as of 14:22, November 28, 2019

A Western was a type of book, film, or holoprogram based on the American West during the 19th century, a period later known as the Ancient West. (ENT: "Horizon"; TNG: "A Fistful of Datas")

An apparent Western was shown on one of the channels monitored by Neelix and Kes when the USS Voyager was stranded in the year 1996. (VOY: "Future's End")

Trip Tucker once speculated that Zefram Cochrane spent his nights reading "about cowboys and Indians". (ENT: "Shuttlepod One")

In September, 2152, the Enterprise NX-01 crew watched a Western in the catwalk, shortly before the ship emerged from a neutronic storm. The Western being shown was an episode from the television series Kung Fu. T'Pol found the treachery of one of the characters obvious. (ENT: "The Catwalk")

In 2153, Trip Tucker considered the possibility of showing a western film to the cogenitor "Charles", but ultimately decided on The Day the Earth Stood Still. After seeing this film, "Charles" asked Tucker to tell him more about Westerns and expressed interest in the possibility of watching a Western film next. (ENT: "Cogenitor")

Deanna Troi was a fan of stories set during the Ancient West. Her father, Ian Andrew Troi, often read her such tales when she was a child. (TNG: "A Fistful of Datas")

In 2369, Alexander Rozhenko created the Ancient West program for himself and his father. This program was set in the town of Deadwood and the participants played the town's sheriff, a deputy, and the "mysterious stranger" Durango. (TNG: "A Fistful of Datas")

In 2373, after Lieutenants Tuvok and Tom Paris had finished playing out Seska's revised Insurrection Alpha holoprogram, several of the USS Voyager crew gathered in the mess hall and discussed the possibility of Tuvok and Paris creating a new program. Captain Kathryn Janeway suggested that it be a Western. (VOY: "Worst Case Scenario")

In 2375, Nog watched Western films on a television set at Vic's lounge in the holosuite program Bashir 62, including Shane and The Searchers. (DS9: "It's Only a Paper Moon")

Western titles from Enterprise's motion picture library Edit

External link Edit

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