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Star Trek: First Contact - Scene Copying
When Lilly is being woken up in sick bay, when escaping the Borg, they cut in a scene from generations, where Crusher was waking Geordie up.
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Anonymous on 05-02-2001
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Deanna88_99 writes:
The Enterprise- E sick bay is actually Voyagers sick bay, they just repainted it and added a few things here and there. A lot of Voyagers sets were used.
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Spunky writes:
Plus, if the scene changed, the sick bay would have been the Enterprise-D's sick bay, which is entirely different than the Enterprise-E's sick bay, which I don't recall being in the movie at all. Plus, I don't know if this is correct, but in the movie, they used a lot of Voyager's sets and props etc. (I know it's not a mistake, but I thought it was interesting) Yell at me if I'm wrong or stating the obvious.
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AJK writes:
Not on my version they didn't.
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Mr.B writes:
But, if it's a piece from Generations, how come the uniform doesn't change?
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Mister Voice writes:
Anonymous, which version of the movie can this slip up be found? Because it's definitely not in the American version (VHS or DVD). A few suggestions here people... 1) When posting a slip up, the more details you can provide, the better it is for everyone. 2) Always try to use proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling (to the best of your abilities of course). 3) Before posting, please make sure that what you have found is a legitimate mistake, blunder, blooper, etc. In other words, do a little a home work first. Doing so will not only save everyone a lot of time and trouble, but it will also save you from a lot of embarrassment as well. 4) Most importantly, have fun and maybe even learn a few new things. After all, isn't that what it's all about?
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