Gene-ology: The Transporter

Gene-ology’s survey of the early television writing of Gene Roddenberry arrives at the earliest instance of Gene writing in the genre for which he would become most famous.  Step into “The Transporter” – a story that was never produced.

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  1. Jonathan Vik says:

    I’d like to point out that the adult film industry isn’t the reason that VHS won the Beta/VHS format war. That’s a myth. No, it more has to do with the fact that VHS was cheaper and more assessable.

    One VHS cassette could hold more film than a Beta, so it made it a more attractive option, even if it wasn’t as high quality (Though I’d agree the difference was miniscule). After all, you can record an entire football game on one VHS vs. having to use two for Beta. Just thought I’d clear that up. Great episode otherwise.