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The Final Frontier Revisited (2004)

Classic Star Trek Fan Film!





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Credited cast:
Brian Dellis ...
Co-Captain Jim Saxford
Derk Hansen ...
The Singing Cowboy
Paul Rudeen ...
Co-Captain Paul Elsworth
Ken Wieken ...
Mr. Sakk


The Crew of the USS St. Paul has encountered a subspace wormhole and finds itself transported back to 1873 Hastings, Minnesota. Join co-Captain's Paul Elsworth and Jim Saxford as they battle the life and times of the pioneer Midwest. The evil town Marhsall Zacarius Hudson wants nothing to do with "these men from the moon." It is the classic battle of good verses evil as the brave Federation crew, led by the stoic large Vulcan Mr. Sakk and the heroic Irishman Engineer Agnus O'Malley adapt to the crude technology of the 19th century. To complicate matters, it turns out that Marshall Hudson is also Captain Elsworth's great, great, great, great, great, great grandfather. Did we mention the Klingons have just landed in Iowa! Full speed ahead Mr. O'Malley! Written by DVD Jacket Cover - reprinted with permission

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At the end of tomorrow there lies no yesterday


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Is this supposed to be a comedy?
1 January 2007 | by (Syracuse, NY, USA) – See all my reviews

Just saw this on the TREKKIES 2 DVD and... it's curiously awful. The production itself is superior to what we usually see in a fan film, so shouldn't it be good? No. What this movie has to do with Star Trek besides the uniforms went over my head. The "actors" are obviously fans, and I'll just leave it at that. So why are Starfleet officers shooting and killing humans in the Old West to rescue their captain? This is incongruous with Star Trek's outlook. This lame film is merely an exercise in gore and testosterone with a bunch of 40-somethings. It's a real shame that the obvious budget and technical expertise was wasted.

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