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Rock it, man.

Shatner's now infamous interpretation of Rocketman proved to be inspirational for quite a few of our Shatner Show participants. Justin Reed, below, captured the many moods of the performance. (I love how the middle figure is sitting on the Enterprise.) 

Rocketman! by Justin Reed

Shatner didn't intend for his performance to be recorded and broadcast, it was meant as an experiment, a sketch. Watch this clip below from where he describes the experience to his daughter, Liz.

Meet the Mockup!




We have received the book mockup and proofs from the printer. It is so exciting to hold it in our hands! Shatner looks quite handsome on our bookshelves as well. 


Fan Music Videos inspired by our man Shatner

The amount of effort demonstrated here is quite amazing – Shatner fans are tireless. (if the video play is choppy, click and hold down the mouse, that seems to work for me.)

Steady as She Goes

Closer by Nine Inch Nails (brilliant editing and creativity, but definitely not for sensitive viewers/listeners!)

That's Me Trying (Fan video with actors playing the parts - bad lip synching and piano-playing, but good effort overall)

That's Me Trying (animated)

Common People (it's just so very bad)

Just a Gigolo

Star Trek theme vs Simpson's theme music


Welcome to the Captain's Blog

STARDATE 11/04/2007

shatner1.jpgThis is the blog we've set up for The Shatner Show. We will be posting information about the upcoming exhibition and book, general Shatner news and links, as well as interviews with our illustrator participants. Please check back with us on a regular basis leading up to the opening of the show and launch of the book. Feel free to leave your comments and share your Shatner stories with us.

Multiple Shatners in a spoof of the movie "Seven" 

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