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Star Trek Patterns Of Force Episode Publicity Photo Number One 1968 Color Added 2016 Weekender Tote Bag featuring the photograph Star Trek Patterns Of Force Episode Publicity Photo Number One 1968 Color Added 2016 by David Lee Guss

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Star Trek Patterns Of Force Episode Publicity Photo Number One 1968 Color Added 2016 Weekender Tote Bag

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Our weekender tote bags are chic and perfect for a day out on the town, a staycation, or a weekend getaway.   The tote is crafted with soft, spun poly-poplin fabric and features double-stitched seams for added durability.   The 1" thick cotton handles are perfect for carrying the bag by hand or over your shoulder.   This is a must-have for the summer.

Care Instructions

Spot clean or dry clean only.

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2 - 3 business days

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Weekender Tote Bag Reviews (81)

Average Rating (4.94 Stars):

October 7th, 2018

Beautiful and lovely love it thank you David for beautiful pictures

October 5th, 2018

I love the colors in this scene! I am impressed with the high quality of the tote. I’m very pleased with my purchase.

October 1st, 2018

Fierce artwork! Item looked exactly as pictured and nothing was distorted. Very vibrant rich colors! I bought it as a birthday present for someone and they loved it! Only issue is it was so awesome I wanted to keep it for myself!

September 29th, 2018

Although the edges of the design was a bit blurry it was still a really nice tote bag for the beach.

September 20th, 2018

Good quality canvas, and the photos looks great.

September 19th, 2018

I was very disappointed as the picture on the front of the bag has a black background but the lining on all of these bags is grey. It looks so dreadful I’m sure it even looks worse with a light or pastel coloured cover. As you use it this grey keeps showing giving it a cheap look. it would be so much better without lining if grey is the best you can do. Also the fabric is too soft and droops if the bag isn’t full. So you end up having a droopy bag with grey lining showing. It would be so much better to make this style in the fabric you use in the standard tote. It keeps its shape and the image on this fabric is much clearer. Also it doesn’t need to be lined.

Artist's Description

"Patterns of Force is a second season episode of the original science-fiction television series, Star Trek, and was first broadcast on February 16, 1968. It is episode No. 50, production No. 52, written by John Meredyth Lucas, and directed by Vincent McEveety. This episode was banned on German television from 1968 until 1995 due to the depiction of Nazi uniforms. In this episode, the crew of the Enterprise tracks down a Federation observer on a planet dominated by a "Naziesque" regime. Because the episode contains Nazi uniforms and insignia, and features a character who makes the statement that Nazi Germany was the "most efficient society" ever created, it was considered unfit for entertainment in Germany. Consequently, this episode is the only one which was not aired during either of the two original runs in Germany (on the public ZDF network in the mid-1970s and on the private Sat.1 network in the late 1980s/early 1990s). It was only dubbed into German in 1995, and was presented...

About David Lee Guss

I first became obsessed with photography and motion pictures while growing up in post WW2 Manila in the Philippine Islands in the late 1940's/early 1950's. Film noirs were a particular influence. But my first love remains the theater. I acted in numerous amateur productions from 1958 to 1978. In 1979 I earned a MA in drama from the University of Arizona; earlier getting a BA in English from the University of Minnesota, where I co-founded the first film society on campus and ran it for four years. While at the U of A, I studied with the master black and white photo essayist W. Eugene Smith (1918-1978) the last year of his life. I am the last person cited in Jim Hughes' definitive biography of Gene, as I wrote about attending his final...

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