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    Star Trek: Enterprise -- "Storm Front, Part II" (Paramount, 2001). Very Fine. Production Binder (Multiple Pages, 10" X 11.5") Episode 4x02. From the collection of Dan Curry, long-running visual effects specialist for the Star Trek franchise.
    WWII Nazis and time travelers from the future collide in the two-part opening episodes for the fourth season of Star Trek: Enterprise, with "Storm Front, Part II" winning a Best Visual Effects in a Broadcast Series Award for Ronald B. Moore, Dan Curry, and David Takemura at the 2004 Visual Effects Society Awards. This binder contains a whole slew of written and visual components used in the episode, including the final draft of the script written by new showrunner Manny Coto with rainbow pages, story boards, a shooting schedule, production boards, computer mock-ups for Nazi artillery cannons and the New York skyline, sketch printouts of the exciting dogfight between Nazi Luftwaffe and the starship Enterprise, Dan Curry's personal notations and sketches, and many other documents relating to the making of the episode. The outside of the binder has light surface scuffs consistent with expected use, a taped notation of the episode on the spine, and paper remnants of a label on the front cover. The interior pages have only slight edge wear, light creases, a few unobtrusive stains and smudges, or very minor tears.

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