What Are Little Girls Made Of? (Episode)

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"What Are Little Girls Made Of?"
"What Are Little Girls Made Of?" (TOS 09)

"What Are Little Girls Made Of?" (TOS 09)
Series Star Trek
Season 1
Episode 7
Production Number 10
Released 20 October 1966
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Stardate 2712.4: Nurse Chapel's long-lost fiancé is found — along with his androids.

The Enterprise arrives at planet Exo III to learn the fate of Dr. Roger Korby, the "Pasteur of archaeological medicine." On board is Nurse Christine Chapel, Korby's fiancée, who has given up a bioresearch career on Earth to find him.

Korby contacts the Enterprise and confirms that he is living in underground caverns discovered while suffering from severe frostbite five years earlier. At his request, only Captain Kirk and Chapel beam down. The doctor shows them ancient machines left behind by the long-dead Exoites—the "Old Ones"—which Korby used to create android duplicates of his dead associates, Dr. Brown and Andrea.

Korby fashions an android duplicate of Kirk, intending to capture the Enterprise and "seed" the universe with androids. But Kirk plants false memories in his duplicate's brain—and Spock realizes something is wrong. Kirk then turns the androids against Korby, who, now aware that his own android body has made him more machine than man, embraces Andrea and fires a phaser between them, killing them both. Spock arrives with a landing party moments later; Nurse Chapel announces that she is staying with the Enterprise.

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Credits

Starring
William Shatner

Also Starring
Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock

Directed by
James Goldstone

Written by
Robert Bloch

Created and Produced by
Gene Roddenberry

Associate Producers
Robert H. Justman, John D.F. Black

Director of Photography
Jerry Finnerman

Art Directors
Rolland M. Brooks
and
Walter M. Jefferies

Theme Music by
Alexander Courage

Music Composed and Conducted by
Fred Steiner

Guest Star
Michael Strong

Co-Starring
Sherry Jackson, Ted Cassidy
and
Majel Barrett as Christine Chapel

Featuring

Nichelle Nichols as Uhura
Harry Basch as Brown
Vince Deadrick as Matthews
Budd Albright as Rayburn

Film Editor
Frank P. Keller, A.C.E.

Assistant to the Producer
Edward K. Milkis

Assistant Director
Michael S. Glick

Set Decorator
Carl F. Biddiscombe

Costumes Created by
William Theiss

Post Production Executive
Bill Heath

Music Editor
Robert H. Raff

Sound Editor
Joseph G. Sorokin

Sound Mixer
Jack F. Lilly

Photographic Effects
Westheimer Company

Script Supervisor
George A. Rutter

Music Consultant
Wilbur Hatch

Music Coordinator
Julian Davidson

Special Effects
Jim Rugg

Property Master
Irving A. Feinberg

Gaffer
George H. Merhoff

Head Grip
George Rader

Production Supervisor
Bernard A. Widin

Makeup Artist
Fred B. Phillips, S.M.A.

Hair Styles by
Virginia Darcy, C.H.S.

Wardrobe Mistress
Margaret Makau

Casting
Joseph D'Agosta

Sound
Glen Glenn Sound Co.

A Desilu Production

In Association with
Norway Corporation

Executive in Charge of Production
Herbert F. Solow