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William Shatner's Star Trek Memories (1995)

Cast members of the television and movie series "Star Trek" reminisce about the making of the series and the films, and give their opinions on why the series has been so successful.

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As James T. Kirk, the intrepid captain of the Starship Enterprise, William Shatner was at the forefront of the world's most popular sci-fi series. Now, for the first time, Shatner shares his personal rememberances of the original TV series and the Star Trek phenomenon. Joining him are original crew members Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, George Takei, Nichelle Nichols and Walter Koenig. You'll hear the never-before-told stories behind Star Trek. How the fans rallied to save the show after it was canceled. How Chekov's look was styled after The Monkees' Davy Jones. Why the ship's chief engineer was Scottish, the origin of Vulcan hand salute, and much more. It's the behind-the-scenes story of a classic series that lived long and prospered, hosted by the man who captained its amazing journey. Written by Robert Lynch <docrlynch@yahoo.com>

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William Shatner looks back at twenty-five thrilling years in the Star Trek universe.


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Fascinating Captain!
19 July 2004 | by See all my reviews

Well, maybe I won't go that far. The documentary charts the beginnings of the Original Series through to its final season and closure in 1969. Although the information presented is interesting and sometimes thought-provoking, it's unlikely to be new to die-hard fans of the show.

For those who remember the show fondly all those years ago, but are not Trekkies (as they were then) the information provides a welcome insight into the casting and show's mentality. All of the major cast members get a good amount of air time to reminisce and tell stories about their experiences and the whole thing is presented in a harmless and affectionate light.

There are no real in-depth discussions of particular episodes, though several are touched upon, which was a shame, but the running time is only 60 mins so it's hard to expect too much detail.

Inevitably, the documentary touches on the morality of Star Trek and points at the many episodes which were written to highlight a particular aspect of the human condition or the state of the world at the time the show was aired. Admittedly, although most viewers will know this about Star Trek anyway, it amazes you more now to see how different a world it was in the late 60's from what we have today. The infamous inter-racial kiss scene is perhaps the most noteworthy example of just how different things were back then.

In summary then, the documentary won't really tell you much you don't already know, unless you are a complete Star Trek novice, but it is gentle and entertaining nonetheless.


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