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  1. Official Marc Alaimo Fan Club Membership Form. Sub-Series: All My Children Materials. Box 1: All My Children Fan Club Newsletter: No. 1 (April/May) - 1993.

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    • 1990-2002
    • Kay, Linda
    • 14.50 linear feet.
  2. members.tripod.com › Gul_Maket › marcMarc Alaimo - Tripod

    All his work in Star Trek, and especially his role as Gul Dukat, has earned Marc a legion of loyal fans and his own fan club, The Official Marc Alaimo Fan Club. Join today! HOME. All things Star Trek, including Cardassians, belong to Paramount.

  3. Address for an autograph *. Marc Alaimo. 1936 Seminole Dr. Agoura Hills, CA 91301-2942. USA. * We don't guarantee that the address indicated is always valid, nor that the actor or actress will respond to your request.

  4. - The sanctioned website of the Official Marc Alaimo Fan Club - A large collection of Dukat and Cardassian-related graphics and soundbytes - Exclusive interviews; United Federation of Phoenix - Information on the Club - Some links to other Star Trek related sites. United Federation of Planets (Australia) Head Quarters - Information on the fanclub

  5. Star Trek Communicator V 1 # 111 Mar 1997 Marc Alaimo Burton Kelley Cromwell [Official Fan Club] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Star Trek Communicator V 1 # 111 Mar 1997 Marc Alaimo Burton Kelley Cromwell

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  6. The Cardassian Inquisitor is the newsletter of the Official Marc Alaimo Fan Club. As such, it is available to those members who have online access at the same time as the print version is mailed to those without it. After a suitable period of time (about two months) the same issue is available here for public perusal.

  7. Jamie Hartman was a fan active in the Star Trek: DS9 fandom in the 1990s. She was a fan writer and founded and edited The Cardassian Inquisitor, the newsletter of the Official Marc Alaimo Fan Club, which is now defunct. Jamie passed away in her home in Astoria, Oregon, on January 15, 2001. On January 22, 2001, Heather Cook wrote:

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