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Finding Aid of the Ron Moore Collection

Finding aid prepared by Rebecca Hirsch, Sarah Guidas and Philip Meyer, 2011

The processing of this collection and the creation of this finding aid was funded by the generous support of the National Historic Publications and Records Commission.

Summary Information

Repository
USC Libraries Cinematic Arts Library
Creator
Moore, Ronald D.
Title
Ron Moore Collection
Collection no.
2297
Date [inclusive]
1979-2010
Extent
65.0 Linear feet
Language
English
Abstract
The Ron Moore Collection contains the papers of Ronald D. Moore (b. 1964), a writer and producer of science fiction television shows, including Star Trek: The Next Generation,  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,  Roswell,  Battlestar Galactica and  Caprica.

Preferred Citation

[Box/folder# or item name], Ron Moore Collection, Collection no. 2297, Cinematic Arts Library, USC Libraries, University of Southern California

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Biographical Note

Ronald D. Moore was born on July 5, 1964 in California. He studied government at Cornell University, but never graduated. He began writing for the television show Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG) on spec in 1988. In 1989, he was put on staff as a script editor, and by the end of the series he was the show's producer. While on staff with TNG, he frequently co-wrote with Brannon Braga (with whom he also wrote the screenplay for  Star Trek: Generations and  Star Trek: First Contact). After TNG was cancelled in 1994, Moore joined the production staff of  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (DS9), then in its third season.

After DS9 was cancelled in 1999, Moore, who was by that time the show's executive producer, joined the production staff of Star Trek: Voyager, where Braga was executive producer. Moore left the show after working on only three episodes. After leaving the  Star Trek franchise, Moore joined the television show  Roswell as a co-executive producer (with Jason Katims) and staff writer for the show's second season. After  Roswell was cancelled in 2002, Moore was offered the opportunity to develop a four-hour mini-series based on the old television show  Battlestar Galactica. He worked with David Eick to develop the mini-series' story and script. At the same time, Moore was offered the position of executive producer for the show  Carnivale (which aired on HBO). Moore worked on the first season of  Carnivale while Eick ran the day-to-day production of the  Battlestar Galactica (BSG) mini-series. After the Sci-Fi channel ordered the first series of BSG, Moore left the  Carnivale to work full time on  Battlestar Galactica as the show's executive producer. BSG aired in four seasons between 2004 and 2009. He was nominated for an Emmy for writing the episodes "Occupation" and "Precipice," which aired together as the beginning of the show's third season.

After Battlestar Galactica ended in 2009, Eick and Moore collaborated again on the  Galactica-prequel  Caprica.  Caprica, which aired on television first in January 2010, was cancelled after one season. He also developed a pilot for Fox called  Virtuality. The pilot aired in June 2009, but was not picked up.

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Scope and Content

This collection contains the papers of Ronald D. Moore, who worked on the television shows Star Trek: The Next Generation,  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,  Roswell,  Battlestar Galactica and  Caprica, and the movies  Star Trek: Generations,  Star Trek: First Contact and  Mission Impossible: II. Moore's papers contain production binders, production files, scripts and video recordings for these shows. However, generally only those seasons on which Moore actually worked are represented in this collection. Please see the Scope and Content notes for specific series for more details on their contents.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

USC Libraries Cinematic Arts Library
2011
Doheny Memorial Library G4
3550 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, California, 90089-0185
213-740-3994
ctlibarc@usc.edu

Conditions Governing Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE. Advance notice required for access.

Conditions Governing Use

All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Manuscripts Librarian. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

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Controlled Access Headings

Title(s)

  • Battlestar Galactica (Television program : 2003)
  • Battlestar Galactica (Television program : 2004-2009)
  • Caprica (Television program)
  • Carnivàle (Television program)
  • Roswell (Television program)
  • Star trek generations (Motion picture)
  • Star trek, Deep Space Nine (Television program)
  • Star trek, first contact (Motion picture)
  • Star trek, the next generation (Television program)
  • Star trek, voyager (Television program)

Genre(s)

  • Dailies (motion pictures)
  • DVDs
  • Outtakes
  • Television scripts
  • Videotapes

Personal Name(s)

  • Moore, Ronald D. -- Archives

Subject(s)

  • Action and adventure television programs--Archival resources
  • Coming-of-age television programs--Archival resources
  • Fantasy television programs--Archival resources
  • Science fiction television programs--United States--Archival resources
  • Television mini-series--Archival resources
  • Television pilot programs--Archival resources
  • Television producers and directors--Archival resources
  • Television remakes--Archival resources
  • Television series--Archival resources
  • Television writers--United States--Archival resources
  • Television--Archival resources

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Collection Inventory

Series 1:  Star Trek: The Next Generation 

Historical Note

Star Trek: The Next Generation (often abbreviated as TNG) aired in first-run syndication on various channels from 1987 to 1994. The series, which was the third  Star Trek series (after  Star Trek: The Original Series and  Star Trek: The Animated Series), was created by Gene Roddenberry. Roddenberry, Rick Berman and Michael Piller served as the show’s executive producers at various times. The show, which aired 178 episodes during its run, is the longest-running  Star Trek series to date. It won 18 Emmys. Ron Moore received an Emmy nomination as part of the show’s production team for Outstanding Drama Series in 1994.

Moore joined the staff of the show in 1989 when the show bought his script for the episode “The Bonding.” Shortly after selling the script, Moore accepted a position as a story editor. At the start of the show’s fourth season, he was promoted to executive story editor; at the start of the fifth, he was promoted to co-producer. Moore became the show’s producer at the start of the show's seventh and last season in 1993. Moore also received writing credits for twenty-seven of the show’s episodes, including the series finale “All Good Things…” Most of the episodes written by Moore featured Klingons. Moore won a Hugo Award for “All Good Things…”

Scope and Content

This series documents the different roles Moore held while working for the show Star Trek: The Next Generation. It illustrates Moore's promotion from spec writer to story editor to co-producer, and cover the show's production from the third season on. The files in this series include production binders, correspondence, various versions of episode scripts, technical manuals, writers' guides and call sheets. Also included in this series are VHS tapes of the show's dailies and of various cuts of individual episodes. Please see sub-series descriptions for more information about the contents of specific sub-series.

 Production Binders 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains the binders kept by Ron Moore while each episode of TNG was in production. These binders include shooting schedules, various versions of the epsiode's script (frequently with notes in Moore's hand), research notes, and versions of outlines of the episode's story.

Box Folder

 Episode 3.14: "A Matter of Perspective" 

1 1-3

 Episode 3.15: "Yesterday's Enterprise" 

1 4-6

 Episode 3.16: "The Offspring" 

1 7-9

 Episode 3.17: "Sins of the Father" 

1 10-13

 Episode 3.18: "Allegiance" 

1 14-16

 Episode 3.19: "Captain's Holiday" 

1 17-19

 Episode 3.20: "Tin Man" 

1 20-21

 Episode 3.20: "Tin Man" 

2 1

 Episode 3.21: "Hollow Pursuits" 

2 2-5

 Episode 3.22: "The Most Toys" 

2 6-8

 Episode 3.23: "Sarek" 

2 9-12

 Episode 3.24: "Menage a Troi" 

2 13-15

 Episode 3.25: "Transfigurations" 

2 16-19

 Episode 3.26: "The Best of Both Worlds" 

2 20-22

 Episode 4.1: "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II" 

2 23

 Episode 4.1: "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II" 

43 1-2

 Episode 4.2: "Family" 

3 3-6

 Episode 4.3: "Brothers" 

3 7-8

 Episode 4.4: "Suddenly Human" 

3 9-11

 Episode 4.5: "Remember Me" 

3 12-13

 Episode 4.6: "Legacy" 

3 14-17

 Episode 4.7: "Reunion" 

3 18-20

 Episode 4.8: "Future Imperfect" 

3 21

 Episode 4.8: "Future Imperfect" 

4 1

 Episode 4.9: "Final Mission" (aka "Turnabout") 

4 2-4

 Episode 4.10: "The Loss" 

4 5-7

 Episode 4.11: "Data's Boy" 

4 8-11

 Episode 4.12: "The Wounded" 

4 12-14

 Episode 4.13: "Devil's Due" (I) 

4 15-18

 Episode 4.13: "Devil's Due" (Final) 

4 19-20

 Episode 4.14: "Clues" 

4 21

 Episode 4.14: "Clues" 

5 1-2

 Episode 4.15: "First Contact" 

5 3-5

 Episode 4.16: "Galaxy's Child" 

5 6-8

 Episode 4.17: "Night Terrors" 

5 9-12

 Episode 4.18: "Identity Crisis" 

5 13-15

 Episode 4.18: "Identity Crisis" (Final Draft) 

5 16

 Episode 4.19: "The Nth Degree" 

5 17-19

 Episode 4.20: "Qpid" 

5 20-21

 Episode 4.21: "The Drumhead" 

6 1-2

 Episode 4.22: "Half a Life" 

6 3-5

 Episode 4.23: "The Host" 

6 6-7

 Episode 4.24: "The Mind's Eye" 

6 8-10

 Episode 4.25: "In Theory" 

6 11-12

 Episode 4.25: "In Theory" (Final Draft) 

6 13-15

 Episode 4.26: "Redemption" 

6 16-19

 Episode 5.1: "Redemption II" 

6 20

 Episode 5.1: "Redemption II" 

7 1-3

 Episode 5.2: "Darmok" 

7 4-7

 Episode 5.3: "Ensign Ro" 

7 8-9

 Episode 5.4: "Silicon Avatar" 

7 10-13

 Episode 5.5: "Disaster" 

7 14-16

 Episode 5.6: "The Game" 

7 17-19

 Episode 5.7: "Unification, Part I" 

7 20-22

 Episode 5.8: "Unification, Part II" 

8 1-2

 Episode 5.9: "A Matter of Time" 

8 3-4

 Episode 5.10: "Trial Run" 

8 5-7

 Episode 5.11: "Hero Worship" 

8 8-10

 Episode 5.12: "Violations" 

8 11-12

 Episode 5.13: "The Masterpiece Society" 

8 13-15

 Episode 5.14: "Conundrum" 

9 1-3

 Episode 5.15: "Power Play" 

9 4-6

 Episode 5.15: "Power Play" #2 

9 7

 Episode 5.16: "Ethics" 

9 8-9

 Episode 5.17: "The Outcast" 

9 10-11

 Episode 5.18: "Cause and Effect" 

9 12-13

 Episode 5.19: "The First Duty" 

9 14-15

 Episode 5.20: "Cost of Living" 

10 1-2

 Episode 5.21: "The Perfect Mate" 

10 3-5

 Episode 5.22: "Imaginary Friend" 

10 6-8

 Episode 5.23: "I, Borg" 

10 9-11

 Episode 5.24: "The Next Phase" 

10 12-13

 Episode 5.25: "The Inner Light" 

10 14-16

 Episode 5.25: "Time's Arrow" 

11 1-2

 Episode 6.1: "Time's Arrow, Part II" 

11 3-5

 Episode 6.2: "Realm of Fear" 

11 6-7

 Episode 6.3: "Man of the People" 

11 8-9

 Episode 6.4: "Relics" 

11 10-11

 Episode 6.5: "Schisms" 

11 12-13

 Episode 6.6: "True Q" 

11 14-15

 Episode 6.7: "Rascals" 

11 16

 Episode 6.7: "Rascals" 

12 1

 Episode 6.8: "A Fist Full of Datas" 

12 2-3

 Episode 6.9: "The Quality of Life" 

12 4-5

 Episode 6.10: "Chain of Command, Part I" 

12 6-7

 Episode 6.11: "Chain of Command, Part II" 

12 8-9

 Episode 6.12: "Ship in a Bottle" 

12 10-11

 Episode 6.13: "Aquiel" 

12 12-13

 Episode 6.14: "Face of the Enemy" 

12 14-15

 Episode 6.15: "Tapestry" 

12 16

 Episode 6.15: "Tapestry" 

13 1

 Episode 6.16: "Birthright" 

13 2-3

 Episode 6.17: "Birthright, Part II" 

13 4-5

 Episode 6.18: "Starship Mine" 

13 6-7

 Episode 6.19: "Lessons" 

13 8-9

 Episode 6.20: "The Chase" 

13 10-12

 Episode 6.21: "Frame of Mind" 

13 13-14

 Episode 6.22: "Suspicions" 

13 15-16

 Episode 6.23: "Rightful Heir" 

13 17

 Episode 6.23: "Rightful Heir" 

14 1

 Episode 6.24: "Second Chances" 

14 2-3

 Episode 6.25: "Timescape" 

14 4-5

 Episode 6.26: "Descent, Part I" 

14 6-7

 Episode 7.1: "Descent, Part II" 

14 8-10

 Episode 7.2: "Liaisons" 

14 11-12

 Episode 7.3: "Interface" 

14 13-15

 Episode 7.4: "Gambit, Part I" 

14 16-17

 Episode 7.5: "Gambit, Part II" 

14 18-19

 Episode 7.6: "Phantasms" 

15 1-2

 Episode 7.7: "Dark Page" 

15 3-4

 Episode 7.8: "Attached" 

15 5-6

 Episode 7.9: "Force of Nature" 

15 7-8

 Episode 7.10: "Inheritance" 

15 9-11

 Episode 7.11: "Parallels" 

15 12-13

 Episode 7.12: "Pegasus" 

15 14-15

 Episode 7.13: "Homeward" 

15 16-17

 Episode 7.14: "Sub Rosa" 

15 18-19

 Episode 7.15: "Lower Decks" 

16 1-2

 Episode 7.16: "Thine Own Self" 

16 3-4

 Episode 7.17: "Masks" 

16 5-6

 Episode 7.18: "Eye of the Beholder" 

16 7-8

 Episode 7.19: "Genesis" 

16 9-10

 Episode 7.23: "Emergence" 

16 11-12

 Episode 7.24: "The Good Fight" 

16 13-14

 Episode 7.25/26: "All Good Things..." 

16 15-17

 Production Files 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains the files maintained by Ron Moore while working on the production staff of Star Trek: The Next Generation. These files include reference materials created by both the show itself and non-affiliated parties, drafts of episodes, printouts of AOL forum postings about the show, research materials, memoranda, correspondence, press and publicity, summaries of episode plots and season stories, and call sheets.

Box Folder

 "Additional Source Material" Handout 

53 14

 AOL Printouts 

53 15

 Check Stub for "The Bonding" 

53 16

 A Concordance and Episode Guide: Season One, by Larry Nemecek October 1988 

53 17

 A Concordance and Episode Guide: Season Two, by Larry Nemecek November 1988 

53 18

 A Concordance and Episode Guide: Season Three, by Larry Nemecek November 1990 

53 19

 A Concordance and Episode Guide: Season Four, by Larry Nemecek November 1991 

53 20

 Correspondence with Accountant 

53 21

 de Forest Research 

53 22

 Encyclopedia - Season Five Edition 

53 23

 Encyclopedia - Season Six Edition 

53 24

 Encyclopedia - Season Seven Edition 

53 25

 Episode 1.1: "Encounter at Farpoint" - 3rd Rev. Final Draft 22 May 1987 

53 26

 Episode 2.2: "Where Silence Has Lease" - Final Draft 26 September 1988 

53 27

 Episode 3.5: "The Bonding" - First Draft 7 August 1989 

53 28

 Episode 3.5: "The Bonding" - Revised Final Draft 16 August 1989 

53 29-30

 Episode 3.5: "The Bonding" - Preliminary Revised First Draft 16 August 1989 

53 31

 Episode 3.5: "The Bonding" - [Script Submission] 

53 32-33

 Episode 3.5: "The Bonding" - Script Submission with Notes 

53 34

 Episode 3.5: "The Bonding" - Script Submission Analysis 

53 35

 Episode 3.5: "The Bonding" - (Ron's Personal Copy) 

53 36

 Episode 3.5: "The Bonding" - Scripts Binder 

53 37-38

 Episode 3.7: "The Enemy" - Revised Final Draft 15 September 1989 

54 1

 Episode 3.7: "The Enemy" - Script Final Draft 11 September 1989 

54 2

 Episode 3.7: "The Enemy" - Final Draft 11 September 1989 

54 3

 Episode 3.7: "The Enemy" - Revised Final Draft 12 September 1989 

54 4

 Episode 3.7: "The Enemy" - Revised Final Draft 14 September 1989 

54 5

 Episode 3.7: "The Enemy" - Revised Final Draft 13 September 1989 

54 6

 Episode 3.10: "The Defector" - Production File 

54 7

 Episode 3.10: "The Defector" - Scripts Binder 

54 8-9

 Episode 3.10: "The Defector" - First Draft 18 September 1989 

54 10

 Episode 3.10: "The Defector" - Revised Final Draft 16 October 1989 

54 11

 Episode 3.10: "The Defector" - Notes 

54 12

 Episode 3.10: "The Defector" - First Draft 18 September 1989 

54 13

 Episode 3.10: "The Defector" - Draft 

54 14

 Episode 3.10: "The Defector" - Beat Sheet 28 August 1989 

54 15

 Episode 3.14: "A Matter of Perspective" - First Draft 15 November 1995 

54 16

 Episode 4.2: "Family" - Script Final Draft 23 July 1990 

54 17

 Episode 4.9: "Final Mission" (aka "Turnabout") - First Draft 24 July 1990 

54 18

 Episode 4.9: "Final Mission" (aka "Turnabout") - Second Draft 6 August 1990 

54 19

 Episode 4.9: "Final Mission" (aka "Turnabout") - Notes 

54 20

 Episode 4.11: "Data's Day" - Second Draft 1 October 1990 

54 21

 Episode 5.11: "Hero Worship" - Revised Story Outline 3 July 1991 

54 22

 Episode 5.2: "Darmok" - Script Final Draft 8 July 1991 

54 23

 Episode 6.20: "The Chase" - Script Final Draft 4 February 1993 

54 24

 Episode 6.7: "Rascals" - Final 4 September 1992 

54 25

 Episode 7.12: "The Pegasus" - Script Final Draft 18 October 1993 

54 26

 Episode 7.25-7.26: "All Good Things..." - Script First Draft 18 February 1994 

54 27

 Episode Summaries - First and Second Seasons 

54 28

 Episode Summaries - Seasons 1-3 

54 29

 The Ferengi 

54 30

 Fifth Season Stories 

54 31

 Fourth Season Stories 

54 32-33

 Inter-Office Memos 

54 34

 "An Interview with Richard Arnold," by Timothy W. Lynch 1991 

54 35

 Jeri Taylor - CC: Staff 

54 36

 Kozinski Device 

54 37

 Legal 

54 38

 Legal Correspondence 

54 39

 Mike Piller - CC: Staff 

54 40

 "Notes on Writing" by Gene Roddenberry 

55 1

 Personal Papers 

55 2

 Press Binder 

55 3

 Press and Publicity 

55 4-5

 Production File 

55 6-8

 Program Guide 9 October 1989 

55 9

 Publicity 

55 10

 Ron Moore Memos 

55 11

 Sample Revisions 

55 12-13

 Script Development and Social Commentary in Star Trek: The Next Generation by Helen Walker Combs 

55 14

 Season Summaries (1st - 5th Seasons) 

55 15

 Seventh Season Stories 

55 16-17

 Sixth Season Stories 

55 18-19

 " Star Trek's Q: A Byronronic Hero for  The Next Generation

55 20

 Star Trek Characters 

55 21

 The Star Trek Encyclopedia Version 5.0 5 October 1993 

55 22

 Story Summaries 

55 23-24

 Synopses 

55 25-27

 Technical Manual - First Draft 29 January 1991 

55 28-29

 Technical Manual - Second Draft 5 February 1991 

55 30

 Third Season Story Ideas 

56 1-2

 "Unification" - Narrative 

56 3-4

 Unproduced Episodes: "All That Glitters" - Final Draft 31 May 1990 

56 5

 Unproduced Episodes: "I.Q. Test" 

56 6

 Unproduced Episodes: "Limits" 

56 7

 "The Women of Star Trek: From Space Geisha to Androgyne" by Buff Huntley Fall 1991 

56 8

 Writers/Directors Guide 8 September 1987 

56 9-10

 Writers/Directors Guide - Second Season 1988 

56 11

 Writers/Directors Guide '88-89 15 August 1989 

56 12

 Writers/Directors Guide - Third Season August 1989 

56 13-14

 Writers/Directors Guide - Special Edition 1992 

56 15

 Writers Technical Manual - Third Season Edition 

56 16

 Writers Technical Manual - Fourth Season (2 copies) 

56 17

 Writers Technical Manual - Fourth Season 

56 18-19

 Writers Technical Manual - Fifth Season 

56 20-21

 Writers Workshop 

56 22

 Writers Workshop Letters 

56 23

 Call Sheets 

65 11-15

 Call Sheets 

65 16-19

 Ron Moore's Contract 7 March 1990 

66 1

 Video Recordings 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains videocassette recordings of the daily footage taken while filming TNG and various cuts of completed episodes.

Box

 Season 3 

91-93

 Season 4 

93

 Season 5 

93, 105

 Season 6 

93-94

 Season 7 

94, 105

 Miscellaneous 

105

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Series 2:  Star Trek: Generations 

Historical Note

Star Trek: Generations was the first  Star Trek movie to feature a cast other than that of the  The Original Series. The movie, which was released in 1994, starred the cast of the television show  Star Trek: The Next Generation. The script for the film, which was released by Paramount Pictures, was written by Moore and Brannon Braga. The film was produced by Rick Berman and directed by David Carson.

Scope and Content

This series contains the files Moore created while working on the movie Star Trek: Generations. These files include press and publicity, drafts of the movies screenplay, shooting schedules, outlines, and a production binder.

Box Folder

 AOL Feedback 

48 15

 Feature Binder II 

48 16-18

 Logos 

48 19

 Press and Publicity 

48 20-23

 Press and Publicity 

49 1

 Production Binder 

49 2-4

 Production File 

49 5-7

 Reviews 18 November 1994 

49 8

 Shooting Schedule 

49 9

 Story Outline 23 April 1993 

49 10-12

 Story Outline 6 May 1993 

49 13

 Screenplay - First Draft 7 June 1993 

49 14

 Last Unofficial First Draft 29 June 1993 

49 15

 Screenplay - First Draft 2 July 1993 

49 16

 Screenplay - First Official Draft 2 July 1993 

49 17

 Second Draft [Binder] 1 September 1993 

49 18-21

 Screenplay - Third Draft 1 October 1993 

49 22

 Feature Script Binder 6 December 1993 

49 23

 Feature Script Binder 

50 1-2

 Script Revisions 7 January 1994 

50 3

 Script Binder - Fourth Draft with Revisions 

50 4-6

 Screenplay - Final Draft 16 March 1994 

50 7-9

 Script Revisions 14 October 1994 

50 10

 Miscellaneous Script Pages 

50 11

 [Unidentified Draft - Possibly First Official] 

50 12
Box

 Script Binder 

13-16
Box Folder

 Press and Publicity 

66 3
Box

 Videos - Miscellaneous 

94, 104

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Series 3:  Star Trek: First Contact 

Historical Note

Star Trek: First Contact was released in November 1996 by Paramount Pictures. It is the eighth feature film in the  Star Trek franchise. Most of the movie’s cast came from the cast of  Star Trek: The Next Generation. Ron Moore and Brannon Braga collaborated on the film’s screenplay, combining their separate ideas of films focused on the Borg and on time travel. The film was produced by Rick Berman and directed by Jonathan Frakes. The film was also known as  Star Trek: Renaissance,  Star Trek: Borg,  Star Trek: Future Generations,  Star Trek: Generations II,  Star Trek: Destinies, and  Star Trek: Resurrection during various stages of production.

Scope and Content

This series contains the files Moore created while working on the movie Star Trek: First Contact. These files include press and publicity about the movie, drafts of the movie's multiple screenplays, shooting schedules, test screening surveys, and notes on the movie's scripts.

Box Folder

 Articles 

47 6

 Binder: Crew List, Shooting Schedule, Memos 

47 7-8

 Borg CD ROM 

47 9

 CD ROM 

47 10

 Cinefantastique 

47 11

 Hollywood Reporter 

47 12

 Movie Reviews 

47 13-15

 Newspaper Clippings 

47 16

 Press and Publicity 

47 17

 Production Binder 

47 18-20

 Production File 

47 21

 Publicity Breaks 

47 22

 Reviews, Clippings 

47 23-24

 Test Screening Surveys - "Excellent" 

47 25

 Test Screening Surveys - "Very Good" 

47 26

 Test Screening Surveys - "Good" 

47 27

 Test Screening Surveys - "Fair" 

47 28

 VFX List 29 February 1996 

47 29

 Script Notes 

47 30

 Star Trek: Resurrection - First Draft 29 September 1995 

48 1

 Star Trek: Resurrection - Second Draft 8 January 1996 

48 2-4

 Star Trek: Borg - Third Draft 12 March 1996 

48 5

 Star Trek: Borg - Third Draft 3 April 1996 

48 6

 Star Trek: Borg - Third Draft 4 April 1996 

48 7

 Star Trek: Future's End Undated 

48 8-9

 Revised Script - Third Draft 17 June 1996 

48 10

 Revised Script - Third Draft 19 June 1996 

48 11-14

 Call Sheets 

66 4
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 Videos - Miscellaneous 

95, 105

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Series 4:  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 

Historical Note

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (often abbreviated as DS9) aired in syndication for seven seasons between 1993 and 1999. The show was a spin-off from  Star Trek: The Next Generation created by Rick Berman and Michael Piller, and the shows were on the air together for two seasons. Ron Moore served as the show’s supervising producer for its third and fourth seasons; halfway through the fifth he was promoted to co-executive producer, a position he held for the show’s duration. Moore also wrote thirty of the show’s episodes. DS9 was the first  Star Trek series to be written predominantly as a serial with significant character development occurring over the course of the show.

Scope and Content

This series documents the production of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine from its third season on. The files in this series include production binders, correspondence, various versions of episode scripts, call sheets and feedback about specific shows from Internet forums. Also included in this series are VHS tapes of the show's dailies and of various cuts of individual episodes. Please see sub-series descriptions for more information about the contents of specific sub-series.

 Production Binders 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains the binders kept by Moore while each episode of DS9 was in production. These binders include shooting schedules, various versions of the epsiode's script (frequently with notes in Moore's hand), research notes, one-liners, and versions of outlines of the episode's story.

Box Folder

 Episode 3.1: "The Search, Part I" 

16 18-19

 Episode 3.1: "The Search, Part I" 

17 1

 Episode 3.2: "The Search, Part II" 

17 2-4

 Episode 3.3: "The House of Quark" 

17 5-7

 Episode 3.4: "Equilibrium" 

17 8-10

 Episode 3.5: "Second Skin" 

17 11-12

 Episode 3.6: "The Abandoned" 

17 13-15

 Episode 3.7: "Civil Defense" 

17 16-18

 Episode 3.8: "Meridian" 

17 19-21

 Episode 3.9: "The Defiant" 

17 22-24

 Episode 3.10: "Fascination" 

18 1-3

 Episode 3.11: "Past Tense, Part I" 

18 4-6

 Episode 3.12: "Past Tense, Part II" 

18 7-8

 Episode 3.13: "Life Support" 

18 9-11

 Episode 3.14: "Heart of Stone" 

18 12-13

 Episode 3.15: "Destiny" 

18 14-16

 Episode 3.16: "Prophet Motive" 

18 17-18

 Episode 3.17: "Visionary" 

18 19-20

 Episode 3.18: "Distant Voices" 

18 21

 Episode 3.18: "Distant Voices" 

19 1

 Episode 3.19: "Through the Looking Glass" 

19 2-3

 Episode 3.20: "Improbable Cause" 

19 4-5

 Episode 3.21: "The Die is Cast" 

19 6-7

 Episode 3.22: "Explorers" 

19 8-9

 Episode 3.23: "Family Business" 

19 10-11

 Episode 3.24: "Shakaar" 

19 12-14

 Episode 3.25: "Facets" 

19 15-16

 Episode 3.26: "The Adversary" 

19 17-18

 Episode 4.1-2: "The Way of the Warrior" - First Draft 

19 19-20

 Episode 4.1-2: "The Way of the Warrior" 

20 1-3

 Episode 4.3: "Hippocratic Oath" 

20 4-6

 Episode 4.4: "The Visitor" 

20 7-9

 Episode 4.5: "Indiscretion" 

20 10-11

 Episode 4.6: "Rejoined" 

20 12-13

 Episode 4.7: "Starship Down" 

20 14-16

 Episode 4.8: "Little Green Men" 

20 17-18

 Episode 4.9: "The Sword of Kahless" 

20 19-20

 Episode 4.10: "Our Man Bashir" 

21 1-3

 Episode 4.11: "Homefront" 

21 4-5

 Episode 4.12: "Paradise Lost" 

21 6

 Episode 4.13: "Crossfire" 

21 7-8

 Episode 4.14: "Return to Grace" 

21 9-10

 Episode 4.15: "The Sons of Mogh" 

21 11-12

 Episode 4.16: "The Bar Association" 

21 13-14

 Episode 4.17: "Accession" 

21 15-16

 Episode 4.18: "Rules of Engagement" 

21 17-18

 Episode 4.19: "Hard Time" 

21 19

 Episode 4.19: "Hard Time" 

22 1

 Episode 4.20: "Shattered Mirror" 

22 2-3

 Episode 4.21: "The Muse" 

22 4-5

 Episode 4.22: "For the Cause" 

22 6-8

 Episode 4.23: "The Quickening" 

50 17-18

 Episode 4.24: "To the Death" 

50 19-20

 Episode 4.25: "Body Parts" 

51 1-3

 Episode 4.26: "Broken Link" 

22 9-10

 Episode 5.1: "Apocalypse Rising" 

22 11-13

 Episode 5.2: "The Ship" 

22 14-16

 Episode 5.3: "Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places" 

22 17-19

 Episode 5.4: "...Nor the Battle to the Strong" 

23 1-3

 Episode 5.5: "Trials and Tribble-ations" 

23 4-5

 Episode 5.6: "The Assignment" 

23 6-8

 Episode 5.7: "Let He Who is Without Sin..." 

23 9-10

 Episode 5.8: "Things Past" 

23 11-13

 Episode 5.9: "The Ascent" 

23 14-15

 Episode 5.10 "Rapture" 

23 16-17

 Episode 5.11: "The Darkness and the Light" 

24 1-2

 Episode 5.12: "The Begotten" 

24 3-4

 Episode 5.13: "For the Uniform" 

24 5-7

 Episode 5.14: "In Purgatory's Shadow" 

24 8-9

 Episode 5.15: "By Inferno's Light" 

24 10-11

 Episode 5.16: "Doctor Bashir, I Presume?" 

24 12-13

 Episode 5.17: "A Simple Investigation" 

24 14-15

 Episode 5.18: "Business as Usual" 

24 16-17

 Episode 5.19: "Ties of Blood and Water" 

25 1-2

 Episode 5.20: "Ferengi Love Songs" 

25 3-4

 Episode 5.21: "Soldiers of the Empire" 

25 5-6

 Episode 5.22: "Children of Time" 

25 7-9

 Episode 5.23: "Blaze of Glory" 

25 10-12

 Episode 5.24: "Empok Nor" 

25 13-15

 Episode 5.25: "In the Cards" 

25 16-18

 Episode 5.26: "Call to Arms" 

25 19-20

 Episode 6.1: "A Time to Stand" 

25 21

 Episode 6.1: "A Time to Stand" 

26 1-2

 Episode 6.2: "Sons and Daughters" 

26 3-5

 Episode 6.3: "Rocks and Shoals" 

26 6-8

 Episode 6.4: "Behind the Lines" 

26 9-11

 Episode 6.5: "Favor the Bold" 

26 12-13

 Episode 6.6: "The Sacrifice of Angels" 

26 14-16

 Episode 6.7: "You are Cordially Invited..." 

26 17-19

 Episode 6.8: "Resurrection" 

26 20

 Episode 6.8: "Resurrection" 

27 1

 Episode 6.9: "Statistical Probabilities" 

27 2-4

 Episode 6.10: "The Magnificent Ferengi" 

27 5-6

 Episode 6.11: "Waltz" 

27 7-8

 Episode 6.12: "Who Mourns for Morn?" 

27 9-11

 Episode 6.13: "One Little Ship" 

27 12-14

 Episode 6.14: "Far Beyond the Stars" 

27 15-16

 Episode 6.15: "Honor Among Thieves" 

27 17-18

 Episode 6.16: "Change of Heart" 

28 1-2

 Episode 6.17: "Wrongs Darker than Death or Night" 

28 3-4

 Episode 6.18: "Inquisition" 

28 5-7

 Episode 6.19: "In the Pale Moon Light" 

28 8-10

 Episode 6.20: "His Way" 

28 11-12

 Episode 6.21: "The Reckoning" 

28 13-15

 Episode 6.22: "The Valiant" 

28 16-18

 Episode 6.23: "Profit and Lace" 

29 1-2

 Episode 6.24: "Out of Time" 

29 3-5

 Episode 6.25: "The Sound of Her Voice" 

29 6-7

 Episode 6.26: "Tears of the Prophets" 

29 8-10

 Episode 7.1: "Image in the Sand" 

29 11-12

 Episode 7.2: "Shadows and Symbols" 

29 13-15

 Episode 7.3: "Afterimage" 

29 16-18

 Episode 7.4: "Take Me Out to the Holosuite" 

29 19

 Episode 7.4: "Take Me Out to the Holosuite" 

30 1-3

 Episode 7.5: "Chrysalis" 

30 4-6

 Episode 7.6: "Treachery, Faith, and the Great River" 

30 7-9

 Episode 7.7: "Once More Into the Breach" 

30 10-12

 Episode 7.8: "The Siege of AR-558" 

30 13-15

 Episode 7.9: "Covenant" 

30 16-17

 Episode 7.10: "It's Only a Paper Moon" 

30 18-20

 Episode 7.11: "Prodigal Daughter" 

31 1-4

 Episode 7.12: "The Emperor's New Cloak" 

31 5-7

 Episode 7.13: "Field of Fire" 

31 8-10

 Episode 7.14: "Chimera" 

31 11-13

 Episode 7.15: "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges" 

31 14-16

 Episode 7.16: "Badda-bing, Badda-bang" 

31 17-19

 Episode 7.17: "Penumbra" 

31 20-22

 Episode 7.18: "'Till Death Do Us Part" 

32 1-3

 Episode 7.19: "Strange Bed Fellows" 

32 4-5

 Episode 7.20: "The Changing Face of Evil" 

32 6-8

 Episode 7.21: "When It Rains" 

32 9-11

 Episode 7.22: "Tacking into the Wind" 

32 12-14

 Episode 7.23: "Extreme Measures" 

32 15-16

 Episode 7.24: "The Dogs of War" 

32 17-19

 Episode 7.25-26: "What You Leave Behind" 

32 20-21

 Episode 7.25-26: "What You Leave Behind" - Final Draft 

33 1-3

 Production Files 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains the files maintained by Ron Moore while working on the production staff of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. These files include drafts of episode scripts, printouts of AOL and other Internet forum postings about the show, notes on episode pitches, research materials, memoranda, correspondence, press and publicity, summaries of episode plots and season stories, and call sheets.

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 America Online 

51 15

 AOL Printouts 

51 16

 Bible by Rick Berman and Michael Piller 

51 17

 Director's Schedules 

51 18

 Ferengi Rules of Acquisition 

51 19

 Finale Press Kit 

51 20

 Episode 5.7: "He Who is Without Sin..." - Informal Draft Story Outline 20 June 1996 

51 21

 Internet 

51 22-23

 Internet Forums/Email Printouts 22 October - 4 December 1997 

51 24-25

 Internet Forums/Email Printouts 13 May 1997 - 17 April 1998 

51 26-28

 Internet Forums/Email Printouts 19 October 1997 - 23 August 1998 

51 29-30

 Internet Forums/Email Printouts 7 February - 26 April 1998 

52 1-2

 Internet Forums/Email Printouts 18 october 1998 - 27 February 1999 

52 3-4

 Memos from Michael Piller 

52 5

 Pitch Notes 

52 6-7

 Episode 6.24: "Times Orphan" - Production File 

52 8

 Episode 6.25: "The Sound of Her Voice" - Production File 

52 9-10

 Episode 6.26: "Tears of the Prophets" - Production File 

52 11-12

 Production Memos 

52 13

 Episode 2.1: "The Homecoming" - Script Final Draft 2 July 1993 

52 14

 Episode 2.2: "The Circle" - Script Final Draft 12 July 1992 

52 15

 Episode 2.3: "The Siege" - Script Final Draft 15 July 1993 

52 16

 Episode 2.4: "Invasive Procedures" - Script Final Draft 29 July 1993 

52 17

 Episode 2.5: "Cardassians" - Script Final Draft 16 August 1993 

52 18

 Episode 2.6: "Melora" - Script Final Draft 26 August 1993 

52 19

 Episode 2.7: "Rules of Acquisition" - Script Final Draft 3 September 1993 

52 20

 Episode 2.8: "Necessary Evil" - Script Final Draft 17 September 1993 

52 21

 Episode 2.9: "Second Sight" - Script Final Draft 28 September 1993 

52 22

 Episode 2.10: "Sanctuary" - Script Final Draft 8 October 1993 

52 23

 Episode 2.11: "Rivals" - Script Final Draft 18 October 1993 

52 24

 Episode 2.12: "The Alternate" - Final Draft 27 October 1993 

52 25

 Episode 2.13: "Armageddon Game" 8 November 1993 

52 26

 Episode 2.15: "Paradise" - Script Final Draft 

52 27

 Episode 2.16: "Shadowplay" - Script Final Draft 9 December 1993 

52 28

 Episode 2.17: "Playing God" - Script Final Draft 17 December 1993 

52 29

 Episode 2.18: "Profit and Loss" - Script Final Draft 13 January 1994 

52 30

 Episode 2.20: "The Maquis, Part I" - Script Final Draft 4 February 1994 

52 31

 Episode 2.21: "The Maquis, Part II" - Script Final Draft 17 February 1994 

52 32

 Episode 2.22: "The Wire" - Script Final Draft 1 March 1994 

52 33

 Episode 2.23: "Crossover" - Script Final Draft 8 March 1994 

52 34

 Episode 2.24: "The Collaborator" - Script Final Draft 21 March 1994 

53 1

 Episode 2.25: "Tribunal" - Script Final Draft 29 March 1994 

53 2

 Episode 2.26: "The Jem'Hadar" - Script Final Draft 11 April 1994 

53 3

 Script Status Reports 

53 4-7

 "The Self-Reflexive Enterprise: Metafiction in the Star Trek Series" by David Flanagin 

53 8-9

 Story Reports 

53 10

 Story Outlines 

53 11

 Treatment 31 October 1991 

53 12

 Two Hour Treatment 28 February 1992 

53 13

 Call Sheets - 4th Season 

64 14-16

 Call Sheets - 5th Season 

64 17-19

 Call Sheets - 5th Season (2nd copy) 

64 20

 Call Sheets - 5th Season (2nd copy) 

65 1-2

 Call Sheets - 6th Season 

65 3-5

 Call Sheets - 7th Season 

65 6-8

 Station Picture Breakdown 

65 9

 Feature [First Contact] 

65 10

 Video Recordings 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains videocassette recordings of the daily footage taken while filming DS9 and various cuts of completed episodes.

Box

 Season 1 

95

 Season 3 

95

 Season 4 

95

 Season 5 

95

 Season 6 

95-97, 105

 Season 7 

97-100, 105

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Series 5:  Star Trek: Voyager 

Historical Note

Star Trek: Voyager aired for seven seasons, from 1995 to 2001, but Ron Moore only worked on the show for the first three episodes of the sixth season after the end of DS9 in 1999. The show was created by Rick Berman, Michael Piller and Jeri Taylor and it ran on Paramount’s network UPN.

Scope and Content

This series contains the files Moore maintained while on the production staff of the TV show Star Trek: Voyager. See sub-series descriptions for more information about their contents.

 Production Binders 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains production binders for the three Star Trek: Voyager episodes on which Moore worked. These binders include the episode's script (including revised pages), shooting schedules and notes.

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 Episode 6.1: "Equinox, Part II" 

51 4-6

 Episode 6.2: "Survival Instinct" 

51 7-9

 Episode 6.3: "Barge of the Dead" 

51 10-11

 Production Files 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains notes on the three Star Trek: Voyager episodes Moore worked on before leaving the show.

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 Production Notes 

51 12

 Story Notes 

51 13

 Notes from Piller 

51 14

 Video Recordings 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains videocassette recordings of the daily footage taken while filming Star Trek: Voyager and various cuts of completed episodes.

Box

 Videocassette Tapes (VHS) 

100

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Series 6:  General Star Trek Files 

Scope and Content

This series contains the files created and maintained by Moore over the course of the decade he spent working on the Star Trek franchise. These files include his fan mail, the work he did on producing a Klingon CD-ROM, press clippings,  Star Trek books, memorabilia and calendars and various periodical publications dedicated to or mentioning  Star Trek.

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 Star Trek: The Motion Picture - Shooting Script 19 July 1979 

56 31

 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan - Screenplay - Revised Final Draft 18 January 1982 

57 1

 Star Trek VI: Journey's End - First Draft Outline 10 August 1990 

57 2

 Correspondence 1990-1995 

57 3-5

 Correspondence 

57 6-13

 Fan Mail General 1991 

57 14-15

 Fan Mail General 1992 

57 16

 Klingon CD-ROM 

57 17-18

 Resumes 

57 19

 Press Comments 

57 20-21

 Miscellaneous ST Clippings 

57 22
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 Books and Memorabilia 

58

 Star Trek Communicator 

58
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 Klingon CD-ROM - Call Sheets 19-30 June 1995 

66 5

 Pitches 

66 6-7
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 Books 

67
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 Star Trek Communicator 

68 1-5

 Star Trek Communicator 

69 1

 Sci-Fi Universe 

69 2-5

 Cinefantastique 

69 6

 Cinefantastique 

70 1-3

 Hollywood Reporter 

70 4

 Starburst 

70 5

 Star Trek: The Official Fan Club 

70 6

 Star Trek: The Official Fan Club 

71 1

 Entertainment Weekly 

71 2

 The Official Star Trek Fan Club of Canada 

71 3

 Star Trek: The Magazine 

71 4

 Star Trek: The Next Generation 

71 5

 Enterprise Incidents 

71 6

 Variety 

71 7

 Star Trek: The Next Generation (comic) 

71 8

 Star Trek: The Next Generation (comic) 

72 1

 Star Trek 

72 2-5

 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (comic) 

73 1

 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Official Poster Magazine 

73 2

 Starlog 

73 3

 TV Guide 

73 4-5

 Star Trek: First Contact: Official Poster Magazine 

73 6

 Newspaper Clippings 

73 7

 Miscellaneous Magazines 

73 8

 Miscellaneous Magazines 

74 1-4

 Miscellaneous Newsletters and Publicity 

74 5
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 Variety 

75

 Newspapers 

75

 Calendars 

75

 Videos 

104

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Series 7:  Mission Impossible: II 

Historical Note

Mission: Impossible II, which was released in 2000, is an action film starring Tom Cruise. The film was directed by John Woo and Ron Moore was hired to re-work the script.

Scope and Content

This series contains the files Ron Moore created while revising the script for Mission Impossible: II. These files include various versions and drafts of the movie's script, research files, press and publicity and a production binder.

 Production Files 

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 Current [Binder] 30 June 1998 

46 1

 Press and Publicity 

46 2

 Production Binder 

46 3-4

 Research and Notes 

46 5

 Research 

46 6

 Preliminary Script Pages 3 April 1998 

46 7

 Script by David Marconi 22 January 1998 

46 8

 Script 21 January 1999 

46 9

 Revised Script 11 October 1999 

46 10

 Notes 

66 2

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Series 8:  Roswell 

Historical Note

Roswell aired between 1999 and 2002 on The WB (for the first two seasons) and UPN (for the final season). The science fiction show, set in Roswell, New Mexico, was based on the series  Roswell High, written by Melinda Metz, and was produced by Jason Katims. Ron Moore joined the show as an executive producer and showrunner after the show’s first season to help build up the science fiction elements of the show’s plot. Moore wrote ten of the show’s episodes, including the series finale “Graduation Day.”

Scope and Content

The files in this series include production binders, shooting scripts and staff and crew lists for the second and third seasons of Roswell. Also included in this series are VHS tapes of the show's dailies and of various cuts of individual episodes. Please see sub-series descriptions for more information about the contents of specific sub-series.

 Production Binders 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains binders kept by Ron Moore while each episode of Roswell was in production. These binders include shooting schedules, call sheets, notes, various versions of the epsiode's script (frequently with notes in Moore's hand), research notes, versions of outlines of the episode's story.

Box Folder

 Episode 2.1: "Skin and Bones" 

33 4-6

 Episode 2.2: "Ask Not" 

33 7-10

 Episode 2.3: "Surprise" 

33 11-13

 Episode 2.4: "Summer of 47" 

33 14-17

 Episode 2.5: "The End of the World" 

33 18-20

 Episode 2.6: "Harvest" 

33 21

 Episode 2.6: "Harvest" 

34 1-4

 Episode 2.7: "Wipeout!" 

34 5-8

 Episode 2.8: "Meet the Dupes" 

34 9-12

 Episode 2.9: "Max in the City" 

34 13-15

 Episode 2.10: "To Serve and Protect" 

34 16-19

 Episode 2.11: "A Roswell Christmas Card" 

34 20

 Episode 2.11: "A Roswell Christmas Card" 

35 1-2

 Episode 2.12: "We are Family" 

35 3-5

 Episode 2.13: "Disturbing Behavior" 

35 6-8

 Episode 2.14: "How the Other Half Lives" 

35 9-11

 Episode 2.15: "Viva Las Vegas" 

35 12-15

 Episode 2.16: "Off the Menu" 

35 16-19

 Episode 2.17: "Heart of Mine" 

35 20

 Episode 2.17: "Heart of Mine" 

36 1-2

 Episode 2.18: "Cry Your Name" 

36 3-4

 Episode 2.19: "It's Too Late and It's Too Bad" 

36 5-7

 Episode 2.20: "Baby, It's You" 

36 8-10

 Episode 2.21: "The Departure" 

36 11-13

 Episode 3.1: "Busted" 

59 1-5

 Episode 3.2: "Michael, the Guys and the Great Snapple Caper" 

59 6-9

 Episode 3.3: "Significant Others" 

59 10-14

 Episode 3.4: "Secrets and Lies" 

59 15-17

 Episode 3.4: "Secrets and Lies" 

60 1-3

 Episode 3.5: "Control" 

60 4-8

 Episode 3.6: "To Have and to Hold" 

60 9-12

 Episode 3.7: "Interruptus" 

60 13-17

 Episode 3.8: "Behind the Music" 

61 1-5

 Episode 3.9: "Samuel Rising" 

6 6-9

 Episode 3.10: "A Tale of Two Parties" 

61 10-14

 Episode 3.11: "I Married an Alien!" 

61 15-19

 Episode 3.12: "Ch-Ch-Changes" 

62 1-5

 Episode 3.13: "Panacea" 

62 6-10

 Episode 3.14: "Chant Down Babylon" 

62 11-13

 Episode 3.15: "Who Died and Made You King?" 

62 14-18

 Episode 3.16: "Crash" 

63 1-4

 Episode 3.17: "Four Aliens and a Baby" 

63 5-7

 Episode 3.18: "Graduation" 

63 8-12

 Production Files 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains shooting scripts for all of the Roswell episodes on which Moore worked and staff and crew lists.

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 Episode 2.1: "Skin and Bones" - Shooting Script 27 July 2000 

43 6

 Episode 2.2: "Ask Not" - Shooting Script 10 August 2000 

43 7

 Episode 2.3: "Sunrise" - Shooting Script 14 August 2000 

43 8

 Episode 2.4: "Summer of '47" - Shooting Script 31 August 2000 

43 9

 Episode 2.5: "The End of the World" - Shooting Script 14 September 2000 

43 10

 Episode 2.6: "Harvest" - Shooting Script 26 September 2000 

43 11

 Episode 2.7: "Wipeout!" - Shooting Script 26 October 2000 

43 12

 Episode 2.8: "Meet the Dupes" - Shooting Script 6 November 2000 

43 13

 Episode 2.9: "Max in the City" - Shooting Script 24 October 2000 

43 14

 Episode 2.10: "To Serve and Protect" - Shooting Script 10 November 2000 

43 15

 Episode 2.11: "A Roswell Christmas Carol" - Shooting Script 22 November 2000 

43 16

 Episode 2.12: "We Are Family" - Shooting Script 6 December 2000 

43 17

 Episode 2.13: "Disturbing Behavior" - Shooting Script December 12 2000 

43 18

 Episode 2.14: "How the Other Half Lives" - Shooting Script 9 January 2001 

43 19

 Episode 2.15: "Viva Las Vegas" - Shooting Script 9 February 2001 

43 20

 Episode 2.16: "Off the Menu" - Shooting Script 22 March 2001 

43 21

 Episode 2.17: "Heart of Mine" - Shooting Script 13 February 2001 

43 22

 Episode 2.18: "Cry Your Name" - Shooting Script 14 February 2001 

43 23

 Episode 2.19: "It's Too Late, and It's Too Bad" - Shooting Script 9 March 2001 

43 24

 Episode 2.20: "Baby, It's You" - Shooting Script 21 March 2001 

43 25

 Episode 2.21: "The Departure" - Shooting Script 30 March 2001 

43 26

 Episode 3.1: "Busted" - Shooting Script 30 July 2001 

43 27

 Episode 3.2: "Michael, the Guys and the Great Snapple Caper"- Shooting Script 10 August 2001 

43 28

 Episode 3.3: "Significant Others" - Shooting Script 27 August 2001 

43 29

 Episode 3.4: "Secrets and Lies" - Shooting Script 5 October 2001 

43 30

 Episode 3.5: "Control" - Shooting Script 19 September 2001 

43 31

 Episode 3.6: "To Have and To Hold" - Shooting Script 27 September 2001 

43 32

 Episode 3.7: Interruptus" - Shooting Script 17 October 2001 

43 33

 Episode 3.8: "Behind the Music" - Shooting Script 15 November 2001 

43 34

 Episode 3.9: "Samuel Rising" - Shooting Script 5 November 2001 

43 35

 Episode 3.10: "A Tale of Two Parties" - Shooting Script 15 November 2011 

43 36

 Episode 3.11: "I Married an Alien" - Shooting Script 3 December 2001 

43 37

 Episode 3.12: "Ch-Ch-Changes" - Shooting Script 10 December 2001 

43 38

 Episode 3.14: "Chant Down Babylon" - Shooting Script 18 January 2002 

43 39

 Episode 3.15: "Who Died and Made You King?" - Shooting Script 2 February 2002 

43 40

 Episode 3.16: "Crash" - Shooting Script 6 February 2002 

43 41

 Episode 3.18: "Graduation" - Shooting Script 6 March 2002 

43 42

 Staff and Crew List 

43 43

 Video Recordings 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains videocassette recordings of the daily footage taken while filming Roswell and various cuts of completed episodes.

Box

 Episode 1.15: "Sexual Healing" 

105

 Episode 1.20: "The White Room" 

76

 Episode 1.21: "Destiny" 

105

 Episode 2.1: "Skin and Bones" 

76

 Episode 2.2: "Ask Not" 

76

 Episode 2.3: "Surprise" 

76-77

 Episode 2.4: "Summer of '47" 

77, 105

 Episode 2.5: "The End of the World" 

77-78

 Episode 2.6: "Harvest" 

78

 Episode 2.7: "Wipeout" 

78, 105

 Episode 2.10: "To Serve and Protect" 

79-80, 105

 Episode 2.8: "Meet the Dupes" 

78-79, 104

 Episode 2.9: "Max in the City" 

79, 105

 Episode 2.11: "A Roswell Christmas Carol" 

80

 Episode 2.12: "We Are Family" 

80-81, 105

 Episode 2.13: "Disturbing Behavior" 

81, 105

 Episode 2.14: "How the Other Half Lives" 

81, 105

 Episode 2.15: "Viva Las Vegas" 

82

 Episode 2.16: "Off the Menu" 

82

 Episode 2.17: "Heart of Mine" 

82-83

 Episode 2.18: "Cry Your Name" 

83

 Episode 2.19: "It's Too Late and It's Too Bad" 

83-84

 Episode 2.20: "Baby, It's You" 

84

 Episode 2.21: "The Departure" 

84

 Episode 3.1: "Busted" 

84-85, 105

 Episode 3.2: "Michael, the Guys and the Great Snapple Caper" 

85, 105

 Episode 3.3: "Significant Others" 

86, 105

 Episode 3.4: "Secrets and Lies" 

86, 106

 Episode 3.5: "Control" 

86-87, 106

 Episode 3.6: "To Have and To Hold" 

87, 106

 Episode 3.7: "Interruptus" 

87, 106

 Episode 3.8: "Behind the Music" 

88, 106

 Episode 3.9: "Samuel Rising" 

88, 106

 Episode 3.10: "A Tale of Two Parties" 

88-89

 Episode 3.11: "I Married an Alien" 

89, 106

 Episode 3.12: "Ch-Ch-Changes" 

89, 106

 Episode 3.13: "Panacea" 

89-90, 106

 Episode 3.14: "Chant Down Babylon" 

90, 106

 Episode 3.15: "Who Died and Made You King?" 

90, 106

 Episode 3.16: "Crash" 

90-91

 Episode 3.17: "Four Aliens and A Baby" 

91

 Episode 3.18: "Graduation" 

91

 Miscellaneous 

105-106

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Series 9:  Good vs. Evil 

Historical Note

G vs. E, which was later retitled  Good vs. Evil was a fantasy series which aired initially on USA in 1999. Its second series aired on the Sci-Fi Channel in early 2000. Ron Moore worked on the series as a consulting producer. Over the show's two seasons, twenty-two episodes aired.

Scope and Content

This series contains various versions of epsiode scripts for the television show Good vs. Evil. Also included in this series are a production file and press and publicity about the show.

Box Folder

 Episode 2.1: "Nurse Evil" - Script 10 December 1999 

46 11

 Episode 2.2: "Renunciation" - Final Draft Locked 23 November 1999 

46 12

 Episode 2.2: "Renunciation" - Full Pink Draft 7 December 1999 

46 13

 Episode 2.3: "Immigrant Evil" - Script 7 January 2000 

46 14

 Episode 2.4: "Ambulance Chaser" - Final Draft Locked 17 November 1999 

46 15

 Episode 2.4: "Ambulance Chaser" - Final Draft 17 November 1999 

46 16

 Episode 2.5: "Wonderful Life" - Script 4 January 2000 

46 17

 Episode 2.5: "Wonderful Life" - Full Blue Draft 26 January 2000 

46 18

 Episode 2.5: "Wonderful Life" - Script 22 November 1999 

46 19

 Episode 2.5: "Wonderful Life" - Script 20 December 1999 

46 20

 Episode 2.5: "Wonderful Life" - Final Locked Draft 12 January 2000 

46 21-22

 Episode 2.6: "Love Conquers Evil" - Script 25 October 1999 

46 23

 Episode 2.6: "Love Conquers Evil" - Draft 25 October 1999 

46 24

 Episode 2.6: "Love Conquers Evil" - Final Locked Draft 26 January 2000 

46 25

 Episode 2.6: "Love Conquers Evil" - Script 7 February 2000 

46 26

 Episode 2.8: "M is for Morlocks (and Mom)" - First Draft 10 December 1999 

46 27

 Episode 2.8: "M is for Morlocks (and Mom)" - First Draft 7 January 2000 

46 28

 Episode 2.8: "M is for Morlocks (and Mom)" - Final Locked Draft 9 February 2000 

46 29

 Episode 2.9: "Relic of Evil" - Final Locked Draft 23 February 2000 

46 30

 Episode 2.9: "Relic of Evil" - Blue Script (1-31 only) 24 February 2000 

46 31

 Episode 2.9: "Relic of Evil" - Full Yellow Script 3 March 2000 

46 32

 Episode 2.9: "Relic of Evil" - Script 7 March 2000 

46 33

 Episode 2.10: "Portrait of Evil" - Full Yellow Draft 20 January 2000 

46 34

 "The Jo Jo Step" - Rough Rough Draft 28 July 1999 

46 35

 "You're in Good Hands...With Evil" - Script 13 October 1999 

46 36

 "Window into Evil" - Script 13 December 1999 

47 1

 "Window into Evil" 13 December 1999 

47 2

 "Window into Evil" 14 January 2000 

47 3

 Production File 

47 4

 Press and Publicity 

47 5
Box

 Videos 

104, 106

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Series 10:  Carnivale 

Scope and Content

This series documents the production of first season of Carnivale. The files in this series include production binders, various versions of episode scripts, call sheets and production reports. Also included in this series are VHS tapes of the show's dailies and of various cuts of individual episodes. Please see sub-series descriptions for more information about their contents.

Historical Note

Carnivale, which aired HBO for two seasons in 2002 and 2005, was created by Daniel Knauf. Knauf served as the show’s executive producer along with Ron Moore (for the show's first season) and Howard Klein. The show, which was set during the Great Depression in California and the Southwest, was widely praised for its high production value and visual style. It won five Emmys and was nominated for another ten. As a fantasy, the show was somewhat of a departure for Moore, who had previously worked mainly on science fiction shows. Moore wrote three of the first season’s episodes.

 Production Binders 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains binders kept by Moore while each episode of Carnivale was in production. These binders include shooting schedules, call sheets, notes, various versions of the epsiode's script (frequently with notes in Moore's hand), research notes, and outlines of the episode's story.

Box Folder

 Episode 1.1: "Pilot" 

63 13-14

 Episode 1.2: "After the Ball is Over" 

63 15-16

 Episode 1.3: "Tipton" 

63 17-18

 Episode 1.4: "Black Blizzard" 

63 19-20

 Episode 1.5: "Babylon" 

64 1-2

 Episode 1.6: "Pick a Number" 

64 3

 Episode 1.7: "The River" 

64 4

 Episode 1.8: "Lonnigan, Texas" 

64 5

 Episode 1.9: "Insomnia" 

64 6

 Episode 1.10: "Hot and Bothered" 

64 7-8

 Episode 1.11: "Day of the Dead" 

64 9

 Episode 1.12: "The Day that was The Day" 

64 10

 Production Files 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains the files maintained by Ron Moore while producing Carnivale. These files include drafts of episode scripts, press and publicity, daily production reports and call sheets.

Box Folder

 Episode 1.1: "Pilot" - Production Draft 7 November 2002 

42 15

 Episode 1.2: "After the Ball is Over" - Production Draft 17 January 2003 

42 16

 Episode 1.3: "Tipton" - Production Draft 17 January 2003 

42 17

 Episode 1.4: "Black Blizzard" - Production Draft 7 March 2003 

42 18

 Episode 1.6: "Pick a Number" - Production Draft 15 January 2003 

42 19-20

 Episode 1.6: "Pick a Number" - Production Draft 27 March 2003 

42 21

 Episode 1.7: "The River" - Script 15 April 2003 

42 22

 Episode 1.8: "Lonnigan, Texas" - Production Draft 1 May 2003 

42 23

 Episode 1.10: "Hot and Bothered" - Production Draft 2 June 2003 

42 24

 Episode 1.11: "Day of the Dead" - Production Draft 10 June 2003 

42 25

 Episode 1.12: "The Day That Was The Day" - Production Draft 9 June 2003 

42 26

 Episode 1.12: "The Day That Was The Day" - Production Draft 27 June 2003 

42 27

 Episode 1.12: "The Day That Was The Day" - Production Draft 9 June 2003 

42 28

 Costume Department Memos 

43 1

 Pilot Script 6 February 2002 

43 2

 Clippings Memo 15 September 2003 

43 3

 Production File 

43 4

 Press and Publicity 

43 5

 Call Sheets 

64 11-12

 Production Reports 

64 13

 Video Recordings 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains videocassette and DVD recordings of the daily footage taken while filming Carnivale and various cuts of completed episodes.

Box

 Videocassette Tapes (VHS) 

100, 106-107

 Episodes 1.1-1.7 

140

 Episode 1.8 

140

 Episode 1.9 

140

 Episode 1.10 

140-141

 Episode 1.11 

141

 Episode 1.12 

141

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Series 11:  Battlestar Galactica (mini-series) 

Historical Note

Battlestar Galactica, created by David Eick and Ron Moore, is a reimagining of the 1978 television series  Battlestar Galactica, which was created by Glen A. Larson. The mini-series was three hours long and aired over two nights in December 2003. The show was written by Moore.

Scope and Content

This series contains various versions of the script for the two-part mini-series of Battlestar Galactica. Also included in this series are a draft of the mini-series' novelization, schedules, notes, outlines and VHS tapes of the show's dailies and DVDs of various cuts of individual episodes.

 Production Files 

Box Folder

 Notes 

44 1

 Novelization by Bob Thurston 

44 2-3

 Outlines 

44 4

 Schedules 

44 5

 Studio Cut 

44 6

 Script - Second Draft 10 July 2002 

44 7-8

 Script - Second Draft 12 July 2002 

44 9-10

 Script - First Network Draft 19 July 2002 

44 11-12

 Script - Revised Network Draft 22 January 2003 

44 13-14

 Script Undated 

44 15-16

 Script - Network Draft Undated 

44 17-18

 Video Recordings 

Box

 Videocassette Tapes (VHS) 

100-104, 107-108

 DVDs 

110

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Series 12:  Battlestar Galactica (series) 

Historical Note

Battlestar Galactica, created by David Eick and Ron Moore, is a reimagining of the 1978 television series  Battlestar Galactica, which was created by Glen A. Larson. The franchise first rebooted with a three-hour mini-series in December 2003. After the success of the mini-series, the Sci-Fi Channel ordered the thirteen weekly episodes that made up the series’ first season. The show ran for a total of four seasons, ending in 2009. Moore wrote or co-wrote fourteen of the show's episodes.

Scope and Content

This series contains the files Ron Moore maintained while working on the show Battlestar Galactica. These files include production binders, production files, the files maintained by David Weddle for the show's fourth season, video recordings of the daily footage shot for the show and various cuts of the finished episodes. Please see the Scope and Content notes for specific sub-series for more information.

 Production Binders 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains the episode-based files Moore kept while each episode of BSG was in production. These files include collated scripts, one-liners, shooting schedules, outlines, notes, call sheets and daily production reports.

Box Folder

 Episode 1.1: "33" 

36 14

 Episode 1.2: "Water" 

36 15

 Episode 1.3: "Bastille Day" 

36 16

 Episode 1.4: "Act of Contrition" 

36 17

 Episode 1.5: "You Can't Go Home Again" 

36 18

 Episode 1.6: "Litmus" 

36 19

 Episode 1.7: "Six Degrees of Separation" 

36 20

 Episode 1.8: "Flesh and Bone" 

36 21

 Episode 1.9: "Tigh Me Up, Tigh Me Down" 

37 1

 Episode 1.10: "The Hand of God" 

37 2

 Episode 1.11: "Colonial Day" 

37 3

 Episode 1.12: "Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part I" 

37 4

 Episode 1.13: "Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part II" 

37 5

 Episode 2.1: "Scattered" 

37 6

 Episode 2.2: "Valley of Darkness" 

37 7

 Episode 2.3: "Fragged" 

37 8

 Episode 2.4: "Resistance" 

37 9

 Episode 2.5: "The Farm" 

37 10

 Episode 2.6: "Home" 

37 11

 Episode 2.7: "Home, Part II" 

37 12

 Episode 2.8: "Final Cut" 

37 13

 Episode 2.9: "Flight of the Phoenix" 

37 14

 Episode 2.10: "Pegasus" 

37 15

 Episode 2.11: "Resurrection Ship, Part I" 

37 16

 Episode 2.12: "Epiphanies" 

37 17

 Episode 2.13: "Black Market" 

37 18

 Episode 2.14: "Scar" 

37 19

 Episode 2.15: "Sacrifice" 

38 1

 Episode 2.16: "The Captain's Hand" 

38 2

 Episode 2.17: "Downloaded" 

38 3

 Episode 2.18: "Resurrection Ship, Part II" 

38 4

 Episode 2.19: "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part I" 

38 5-6

 Episode 3.1: "Occupation" 

38 7

 Episode 3.2: "Precipice" 

38 8

 Episode 3.3: "Exodus" 

38 9

 Episode 3.4: "Collaborators" 

38 10

 Episode 3.5: "Torn" 

38 11

 Episode 3.6: "A Measure of Salvation" 

38 12

 Episode 3.7: "Hero" 

38 13

 Episode 3.8: "Unfinished Business" 

38 14

 Episode 3.9: "The Passage" 

38 15

 Episode 3.10: "The Eye of Jupiter" 

38 16

 Episode 3.11: "Rapture" 

38 17

 Episode 3.12: "Takin' a Break from All Your Worries" 

38 18

 Episode 3.13: "The Woman King" 

38 19

 Episode 3.14: "A Day in the Life" 

38 20

 Episode 3.15: "Dirty Hands" 

38 21

 Episode 3.16: "Maelstrom" 

38 22

 Episode 3.17: "The Son Also Rises" 

38 23

 Episode 3.18-19: "Crossroads, Parts 1-2" 

39 1-2

 Episode 4.1-2: "Razor, Parts 1-2" 

39 3-5

 Episode 4.3: "He that Believeth in Me" 

39 6-8

 Episode 4.4: "Six of One" 

39 9-11

 Episode 4.5: "The Ties that Bind" 

39 12-13

 Episode 4.6: "Escape Velocity" 

39 14-15

 Episode 4.7: "The Road Less Travelled" 

39 16-17

 Episode 4.8: "Faith" 

40 1-2

 Episode 4.9: "Guess What's Coming to Dinner?" 

40 3-5

 Episode 4.10: "Sine Qua Non" 

40 6-7

 Episode 4.11: "Hub" 

40 8-9

 Episode 4.12: "Revelations" 

40 10-12

 Episode 4.13: "Sometimes a Great Notion" 

40 13-14

 Episode 4.14: "The Disquiet that Follows My Soul" 

40 15-16

 Episode 4.15: "The Oath" 

40 17-18

 Episode 4.16: "Blood on the Scales" 

40 19

 Episode 4.16: "Blood on the Scales" 

41 1-2

 Episode 4.17: "No Exit" 

41 3-5

 Episode 4.18: "Deadlock" 

41 6-7

 Episode 4.19: "Someone to Watch Over Me" 

41 8-9

 Episode 4.20: "Islanded in a Stream of Stars" 

41 10-11

 David Weddle's Files 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains some of the files created by David Weddle while serving as supervising producer for the fourth season of BSG. These files include various versions of episode scripts, shooting schedules and Weddle's notes.

Box Folder

 Episode 4.8: "Faith" 

41 12-15

 Episode 4.9: "Guess What's Coming to Dinner" 

41 16-18

 Episode 4.10: "Sine Qua Non" 

42 1

 Episode 4.11: "The Hub" 

42 2-3

 Episode 4.12: "Revelations" 

42 4-5

 Episode 4.13: "Sometimes a Great Notion" 

42 6-7

 Episode 4.14: "A Disquiet Follows My Soul" 

42 8

 Episode 4.15: "The Oath" 

42 9-11

 Episode 4.16: "Blood on the Scales" 

42 12-13

 David Weddle's Notes 

42 14

 Production Files 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains the production files created by Moore while producing BSG. These files include call sheets, daily production reports, storyboards, production and network notes and continuities for various cuts of individual episodes.

Box Folder

 Season One - Call Sheets 

44 19

 Season One - Continuities 

44 20

 Season One - Daily Production Reports 

44 21-23

 Season One - Set Plans 

44 24

 Season One - Ep. 3: "Bastille Day" - Scene II DVD 

44 25

 Season Two - Call Sheets 

44 26

 Season Two - Daily Production Reports 

44 27

 Season Two - Continuities 

44 28

 Season Two - Production and Network Notes 

44 29

 Season Two - Storyboards 

45 1-2

 Season Three - Call Sheets 

45 3

 Season Three - Preliminary Daily Production Reports 

45 4

 Season Three - Continuities 

45 5-8

 Season Three - Production and Network Notes 

45 9

 Season Three - Storyboards 

45 10-11

 Season Four - Call Sheets 

45 12-14

 Season Four - Continuities 

45 15

 Season Four - Continuity with DVD for Episodes 421-423 2 February 2009 

45 16

 Season Four - DVD of Episode 420 Network Cut 

45 17

 Season Four - Episodes 421-423 Continuity with DVD 22 January 2009 

45 18

 Season Four - Daily Production Reports 

45 19-20

 Season Four - Storyboards 

45 21

 The Plan - Call Sheets 

45 22

 The Plan - Storyboards 

45 23

 Video Recordings 

Scope and Content

This sub-series contains DVD recordings of the daily footage taken while filming Battlestar Galactica and various cuts of completed episodes. This sub-series also includes DVDs containing some of the digitally-rendered special effects for the series.

Box

 Episode 1.1: "33" 

110

 Episode 1.2: "Water" 

110

 Episode 1.3: "Bastille Day" 

110-111

 Episode 1.4: "Act of Contrition" 

111

 Episode 1.5: "You Can't Go Home Again" 

111

 Episode 1.6: "Litmus" 

111

 Episode 1.7: "Six Degrees of Separation" 

111

 Episode 1.8: "Flesh and Bone" 

111

 Episode 1.9: "Tight Me Up, Tigh Me Down" 

111

 Episode 1.10: "Hand Of God" 

112

 Episode 1.11: "Colonial Day" 

112

 Episode 1.12: "Kobol's Last Gleaming" 

112

 Episode 1.13: "Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part 2" 

112

 Season 1 Miscellaneous 

112

 Episode 2.1: "Scattered" 

112

 Episode 2.2: "Valley of Darkness" 

112

 Episode 2.3: "Fragged" 

112-113

 Episode 2.4: "Resistance" 

113

 Episode 2.5: "The Farm" 

113

 Episode 2.6: "Home, Part 1" 

113

 Episode 2.7: "Home, Part 2" 

113-114

 Episode 2.8: "Final Cut" 

114

 Episode 2.9: "Flight of the Phoenix" 

114

 Episode 2.10: "Pegasus" 

114

 Episode. 2.11: "Resurrection Ship" 

114-115

 Episode 2.12: "Epiphanies" 

115

 Episode 2.13: "Black Market" 

115

 Episode 2.14: "Scar" 

115

 Episode 2.15: "Sacrifice" 

115-116

 Episode 2.16: "Captain's Hand" 

116

 Episode 2.17: "Downloaded" 

116

 Episode 2.18: "Resurrection Ship" 

116

 Episode 2.19: "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part 1" 

116

 Episode 2.19/20: "Lay Down Your Burdens" 

116-117

 Episode 2.20: "Lay Down Your Burdens, Part 2" 

117

 Season 2 Miscellaneous 

117

 Episode 3.1/2: "Occupation and Precipice" 

117-118

 Episode 3.3: "Exodus" 

118

 Episode 3.4: "Collaborators" 

118

 Episode 3.5: "Torn" 

118-119

 Episode 3.6: "A Measure Of Salvation" 

119

 Episode 3.7: "Hero" 

119

 Episode 3.8: "Unfinished Business" 

119

 Episode 3.9: "The Passage" 

120

 Episode 3.10: "Eye of Jupiter" 

120

 Episode 3.10/11: "Eye of Zeus & Rapture" 

120-121

 Episode 3.11: "Rapture" 

121

 Episode 3.12: "Taking A Break From All Your Worries" 

121

 Episode 3.13: "The Woman King" 

3.13

 Episode 3.14: "A Day In The Life" 

121-122

 Episode 3.15: "Dirty Hands" 

122

 Episode 3.16: "Maelstrom" 

122

 Episode 3.17: "The Son Also Rises" 

122

 Episode 3.18: "Crossroads" 

122-124

 Episode 3.19: "Crossroads, Part 2" 

124

 Season 3 Miscellaneous 

124

 Episode 4.1/2: "Razor" 

124

 Episode 4.3: "He That Believeth in Me" 

124-126

 Episode 4.4: "Six of One" 

126-127

 Episode 4.5: "Ties That Bind" 

127-128

 Episode 4.6: "Escape Velocity" 

128-129

 Episode 4.7: "Road Less Traveled 

129-130

 Episode 4.8: "Faith" 

130-131

 Episode 4.9: "Guess What's Coming To Dinner?" 

131-132

 Episode 4.10: "Sine Qua Non" 

132-133

 Episode 4.11: "The Hub" 

133-134

 Episode 4.12: "Revelations" 

134

 Episode 4.13: "Sometimes A Great Notion" 

134

 Episode 4.14: "A Disquiet Follows My Soul" 

135

 Episode 4.15: "The Oath" 

135

 Episode 4.16: "Blood on the Scales" 

135-136

 Episode 4.17: "No Exit" 

136

 Episode 4.18: "Deadlock" 

136

 Episode 4.19: "Someone To Watch Over Me" 

136-137

 Episode 4.20: "Islanded in a Stream of Stars" 

137

 Episode 4.21: "Daybreak" 

137-138

 "The Plan" 

138-139

 Webisodes 

139

 Season 4 Miscellaneous 

139

 BSG Miscellaneous 

139

 Other Miscellaneous 

139

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Series 13:  Caprica 

Historical Note

Caprica is a spin-off of the television series  Battlestar Galactica. Its pilot was released on DVD in April 2009 and it debuted on SyFy in January 2010. The show was set in about 58 years prior to the events of BSG. The series was canceled in October 2010; in total, eighteen episodes (including the pilot) were produced. The series was developed by Ron Moore and his production partner David Eick, who were the show’s executive producers along with Jane Espenson.

Scope and Content

This series contains the script for the pilot of the television show Caprica, along with call sheets and contiuities. Also included in this series are DVDs of the show's dailies and various cuts (i.e. Producer's, Network's) of the show's pilot.

 Production Files 

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 Call Sheets 

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 Continuities 

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 Script 30 May 2008 

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 DVD Cut #1 18 December 2008 

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 Dailies 

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Series 14:  Virtuality 

Historical Note

Virtuality was a science fiction television pilot set in space written by Ron Moore and Michael Taylor and directed by Peter Berg. The series was not picked up by Fox, which had purchased the pilot, so the episode aired as a two-hour movie on June 26, 2009.

Scope and Content

This series contains contiuities, DVDs of the show's dailies and various cuts (i.e. Producer's, Network's) of the show's pilot for the television series Virtuality.

 Production Files 

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 Continuities 

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 DVDs 

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Series 15:  Miscellaneous Projects 

Scope and Content

This series contains the files Ron Moore created for various projects which either were not produced or in which he was not actively involved.

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 Dragonriders - Stills 

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 Dragonriders - Episode 1: "Search and Rescue" - First Draft 21 October 1999 

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 Freddy and Jason - Second Draft Undated 

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 Moby Dick - Screenplay by Ray Bradbury - Final 

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 Notorious - Script 

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 The Voyeur - Screenplay - First Draft 29 May 1990 

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 Videos 

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 Audiocassette Tapes 

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