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Fear of Pop
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[on the popularity of Star Trek
(1966)] It has action-adventure, with lots of fights and villains, so the kids like it. On another level, we deal with a philosophical concept - that what's alien isn't necessarily evil - so we reach their parents. Many of our episodes deal with scientific concepts, so our program entertains the technicians and space scientists. And with the hippies, we have a ...
Dr. James Kirkland, Ph.D, wrote a 1996 Star Trek novel titled "First Frontier". And in his acknowledgments, thanked Captain Kirk (original series episode Star Trek: Arena
(1967)) for inspiration and being his childhood hero.
Captain James T. Kirk on Star Trek
(1966) and seven of the Star Trek films