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The Dixon Hill series was a novel series written by author Tracy Tormé, and featured private detective Dixon Hill, who first appeared in the short story The Big Good-Bye, published on Earth in the pulp magazine Amazing Detective Stories in 1934.
The Dixon Hill series Edit
- "Dixon Hill in The Big Good-Bye", 1934 (TNG: "The Big Goodbye"; Star Trek: First Contact)
- "Dixon Hill in The Long Dark Tunnel", 1936 (TNG: "The Big Goodbye", "The Emissary")
- "Dixon Hill in The (Curse of the) Black Orchid" (TNG: "The Big Goodbye", "The Emissary")
- "Dixon Hill in The National Sheriff" (TNG: "The Big Goodbye")
- "Dixon Hill in The Listening Man" (TNG: "The Big Goodbye")
- "Dixon Hill in The Parrot's Claw" (TNG: "The Big Goodbye", "Manhunt")
The Black Orchid was made into a film, Dixon Hill and the Black Orchid sometime before the 22nd century. The series was published to Federation holosuites by Broht & Forrester in the 24th century. (ENT: "Cogenitor"; VOY: "Author, Author")
The Big Good-Bye Edit
- In 2364 (on stardate 41997.7), a holodeck malfunction aboard the USS Enterprise-D led to an override of safety protocols. Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Dr. Beverly Crusher, historian Whalen, and Data were soon caught up in a real case in which the consequences could prove fatal indeed. (TNG: "The Big Goodbye")
- In 2373, aboard the USS Enterprise-E, Picard accessed the program, chapter 13, with Lily Sloane in order to escape Borg pursuit. Disengaging the safety protocols, Picard was able to kill two Borg drones using a Thompson submachine gun, thanks to the Borg being unable to adapt to the holographic bullets in time. (Star Trek: First Contact)
The Long Dark Tunnel Edit
The (Curse of the) Black Orchid Edit
- In 2365 (on stardate 42859.2), Captain Picard once again took the role of Dixon Hill, again accompanied by Data, in order to flee Lwaxana Troi's manhunt. Lwaxana, however, eventually located him in Rex's Bar, but became infatuated with the owner. (TNG: "Manhunt")
- In 2367 (on stardate 44502.7), Picard introduced Guinan to the Dixon Hill program, where she played his cousin Gloria. Guinan, however, was not impressed. (TNG: "Clues")
- Arthur Clinton Bradley
- Cyrus Redblock
- Dan Bell
- Dixon Hill
- Felix Leech
- Haircut Lapinski
- Jessica Bradley
- Jimmy Cuzzo
- Marty O'Farron
- Nicky the Nose
- Sharon McNary
- Silent Forrester
- Slade Bender
A selection of set dressing items from Trip Tucker's quarters It's A Wrap! sale and auction on eBay featured a few data discs, three of which were labeled as Dixon Hill holonovels. However, it's unclear if these made it on-screen.