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Where No Man Has Gone Before - S1-E3

Visible crew/equipment: In the scene where Dr. Dehnar is talking to Gary Mitchell in sick bay, when he grabs her arm you can see the shadow of the boom mike on the door and adjacent wall.

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Where No Man Has Gone Before - S1-E3

Visible crew/equipment: When Mitchell tells Kelso that Dehner is a "walking freezer unit" we can see wires and other equipment on the floor, in front of the helm and navigation console.

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Where No Man Has Gone Before - S1-E3

Visible crew/equipment: After Kirk's briefing regarding Mitchell's abilities, when Spock and Kirk are alone just as Spock says that they'll never reach an earth base with Mitchell aboard, the boom mic casts a shadow overhead until Spock steps forward, and a bit can be seen again when Spock tells Kirk that it's his only choice.

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Where No Man Has Gone Before - S1-E3

Visible crew/equipment: As the camera is close up on Kirk, and as he addresses the ship, the shadow of the boom mike plays on Smith's neck.

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