One of Our Planets is Missing (Episode)
|Series||Star Trek: The Animated Series|
|Released||22 September 1973|
A huge cloud that eats planets is headed for Mantilles — home to 82 million people. The Enterprise is able to warn Mantilles of the approaching danger and is then pulled inside the cloud. Spock steers toward the creature's brain — and escapes — but the cloud's antimatter villi are draining the ship's energy. Mr. Scott brings one of the villi aboard and uses it to recharge the Enterprise's warp engines. Spock initiates a Vulcan mind meld with the entity, informing it that the planets it is ingesting also have life that it is killing. The cloud agrees to leave the galaxy.
Special Effects Animation
George Wheeler, Lorna Smith, Les Kaluza, George Jensen, Dick Hall, Warren Marshall, Wendell Washer, Martin Muller, Christopher Lane, Glen Keane, Maria Bennett, Ken Leonard, Wes Herschensohn, Jim Wiloughby, Cliff Vorhees, Robert Kline, Virgil Raddatz, John Perry, Carol Lundberg, Malcolm Weizer, George Goode, James Koukos, Tom Burton
Director of Color
Robert Bentley, Jim Brummett, Bob Carlson, Ruy Cataldi, Jesse Cosio, Zion Davush, Lil Evans, Paul Fennell, Otto Feuer, Ed Friedman, Lee Halpern, La Verne Harding, Lou Kachivas, Marsh LaMore, Lawrence Miller, Fred Myers, Jane Nordin, Bill Nunes, Joe Nunez, Casey Onaitis, Jack Ozark, Bill Pratt, Len Rogers, Virgil Ross, Sonja Ruta, Don Schloat, Ben Shenkman, Brad Smith, Hank Smith, Reuben Timmins, Bob Trochim, George Waiss, Ron Westlund, Kaem Wong
Shermley Music Co. A.S.C.A.P.
Music and Sound Effects
Horta Mahana Corp.
Associate Producer and Story Editor