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Star Trek Adventure (1991)

 -  Short | Adventure  -  1991 (USA)
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The Universal Studios Hollywood theme park featured a Star Trek-themed attraction. The attraction regularly selected 10 volunteers from the audience and placed them into a Star Trek story line. The participants were dressed in Star Trek costumes and placed on sets, and coached to deliver scripted dialogue in several scenes. The scenes, which were recorded on video by Lilly, were quickly edited into a short film, the storyline of which was loosely based around material from the Star Trek films. The finished video was then shown to the audience, and the "actors" had the opportunity to purchase a copy of their video. This attraction closed after several years of operation. See more »

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William Shatner: Emotion is the key. You must let the audience know that you are the Captain of the ship.
Leonard Nimoy: The trick is to remove all traces of emotion from your performance. A Vulcan's actions are dictated by pure logic. And remember...
William Shatner: The Captain is the most important role in the story.
Leonard Nimoy: The Vulcan is the most important role in the story.
Leonard Nimoy: The Captain?
William Shatner: The Vulcan? Come on, Leonard, it's the Captain that makes things happen. It's his story!
Leonard Nimoy: Bill, get serious. The audience watches the Vulcan!
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