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Emmy Award for ''Best Makeup For A Series'' awarded to ''Star Trek: Voyager's'' makeup artist Mark Shostrom on the series' 31st episode, ''Threshold,'' which aired during the 1995-1996 season. The storyline called for the Lieutenant Paris character to undergo extreme physical transformations as a result of an allergic reaction to space travel at Warp 10 speed. ''Star Trek'' creator Gene Roddenberry's epic space saga has become one of the most successful entertainment franchises of all time, spawning television series, feature films, and an entire subculture all its own. Roddenberry claims his substitution of space-age peoples afforded him the ability to deliver progressive ideological messages that would otherwise have been censored. The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' iconic statue of a winged woman on tiptoe, holding an atom, is intended to symbolize television's convergence of science and art. Statue is made of gold-plated metal on a metal base. The front of the base reads: ''1995-1996 Primetime Emmy Awards / Outstanding Makeup for a Series / Star Trek: Voyager - UPN / 'Threshold' / Mark Shostrom, Makeup Artist''. Measures 15.25'' in total height, with a 7.5'' diameter base. Weighs 4 lbs., 10.25 oz. Light tarnishing, else near fine.
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Emmy Award For ''Star Trek: Voyager''
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Minimum Bid: $1,000
Final prices include buyers premium.: $14,351
Number Bids: 9
Auction closed on Tuesday, July 31, 2012.
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