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The Green Girl

A project in Los Angeles, CA by George Pappy
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A documentary about Susan Oliver: prolific actress, original member of the AFI Directing Workshop for Women, record-setting aviator.
Backers: 285
Average Pledge Per Backer: $282

Funded: $80,333 of $80,000
Dates: Jan 31st -> Mar 3rd (31 days)
Project By: George Pappy
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Latest News

The Green Girl - Where We're Going from Here

April 7th - via: kickstarter.com
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We Made It!

March 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
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Final 24 Hours of the Drive!

March 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Hi Everyone, Well, we're entering the final 24 hours of this funding drive, and we're REALLY close!  I remain confident that we can bridge this $6500 gap in the last day. I'm certainly not expecting this of anyone, but if you think there's any way... (Read More)

We Made Our $5000 Match!

February 18th - via: kickstarter.com
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Team Green Girl Hits the Burbank Star Trek Grand Slam Convention!

February 16th - via: kickstarter.com
We're Taking it to the Streets!  (Well, just off the street)That's right, we're at the convention all 3 days, trying to raise awareness and get some much-needed support from the loyal Star Trek community - And we even have our own Green Girl! Don't... (Read More)

Red Alert: Potential $5k Matching Donation!

February 14th - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings Everyone, As of late this morning, an anonymous Green Girl angel has promised to make a $5k matching donation if we can raise $5k of our own in donations between today and midnight on Sunday! That gives us 2 1/2 days to raise $5k of our own... (Read More)

Update on Backer Awards

February 13th - via: kickstarter.com
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'Star Trek's original Green Girl the subject of Kickstarter documentary

February 13th - via: popwatch.ew.com
At first mention, today’s pop-culture connoisseurs might not recognize the name Susan Oliver, the Peyton Place actress who was a guest-star staple on popular primetime television in the 1960s and ’70s. But if you’re an old-school Star Trek fan, you most definitely remember her work from the show’s first — ultimately rejected — pilot episode, in which she played the original Green Girl, the seductive emerald-skinned Orion who was the rhythmic, writhing incarnation of Capt. Pike’s deepest fantasy. (Read More)

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