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  • Phillip Pine as Colonel Phillip Green wearing a red, white, and black spacesuit with braiding around the collar and cuffs in the episode "The Savage Curtain" of the 1969 series "Star Trek."
    • Paramount Television

    Star Trek: The Savage Curtain

    1969

    Costume seen on Phillip Pine as Colonel Phillip Green

  • Robin Williams as Mork wearing a red, white, and black spacesuit with braiding around the collar and cuffs in the 1978 series "Mork & Mindy."
    • Paramount Television

    Mork & Mindy

    1978

    Costume seen on Robin Williams as Mork

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About the Costume

This red spacesuit was first seen in the 1969 third season episode of Star Trek entitled The Savage Curtain. It was worn by Phillip Pine as Colonel Phillip Green. The costume went on to be used again on Robin Williams as Mork in both his TV show Mork & Mindy, which ran from 1978 until 1982, as well as in his first official appearance as Mork on Happy Days in the episode My Favorite Orkan, also in 1978. The costume was adapted for use on Mork & Mindy, though the braiding around the collar and sleeves remained.

After Mork & Mindy ended, the suit was sold by Paramount to a private collector. The costume came up for auction again through Profiles in History in October of 2014. The piece now resides in the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, New York.

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About the Costume

This red spacesuit was first seen in the 1969 third season episode of Star Trek entitled The Savage Curtain. It was worn by Phillip Pine as Colonel Phillip Green. The costume went on to be used again on Robin Williams as Mork in both his TV show Mork & Mindy, which ran from 1978 until 1982, as well as in his first official appearance as Mork on Happy Days in the episode My Favorite Orkan, also in 1978. The costume was adapted for use on Mork & Mindy, though the braiding around the collar and sleeves remained.

After Mork & Mindy ended, the suit was sold by Paramount to a private collector. The costume came up for auction again through Profiles in History in October of 2014. The piece now resides in the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, New York.

This red spacesuit was first seen in the 1969 third season episode of Star Trek entitled The Savage Curtain. It was worn by Phillip Pine as Colonel Phillip Green. The costume went on to be used again on Robin Williams as Mork in both his TV show Mork & Mindy, which ran from 1978 until 1982, as well as in his first official appearance as Mork on Happy Days in the episode My Favorite Orkan, also in 1978. The costume was adapted for use on Mork & Mindy, though the braiding around the collar and sleeves remained.

After Mork & Mindy ended, the suit was sold by Paramount to a private collector. The costume came up for auction again through Profiles in History in October of 2014. The piece now resides in the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, New York.

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Costume Designer:
  • William Ware Theiss

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