THE FIFTY-YEAR MISSION ~ The Complete, Uncensored, Unauthorized Oral History of Star Trek: Volume One: The First 25 Years

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THE FIFTY-YEAR MISSION ~ The Complete, Uncensored, Unauthorized Oral History of Star Trek: Volume One: The First 25 Years
author Edward Gross , Mark A. Altman
ISBN 90998
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Category Entertainment & Sports
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Pages 0
Publishing Date 1st January, 1970

Book Reviews:

“Boldly go area no man has gone before”: the articulate history of the Star Trek franchise. Gross (Voices from Krypton: Superman on Blur and in Comics, 2015, etc.) and Altman, a biographer and producer, accept done yeoman’s assignment selecting and chronologically alignment this massive abstract of hundreds of comments from over 200 actors, directors, writers and producers complex in creating Star Trek—a “franchise that has actually afflicted the world,” as Seth MacFarlane, who played Ensign Rivers of the first Starship Enterprise, proclaims in his foreword. The authors’ ambition was to “tell the complete history of Star Trek in a way that no one abroad would be able to.” As readers learn, it about didn’t happen. Studios anesthetized on Gene Roddenberry’s pilot script, and Desilu Productions admiral would accept if Lucille Ball hadn’t greenlighted it. Roddenberry had accounting some Have Gun—Will Travel scripts, and he accurately drew on Paladin’s passion, intelligence, and bleeding affection to accommodate Kirk, Spock, and McCoy with their above personality traits. Roddenberry was a Navy pilot in Apple War II and was “particularly absorbed by the adventure of the Enterprise…and capital to use the name.” The aboriginal appearance lasted three seasons, until 1969. There would eventually be four alive activity spin-offs (e.g., The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine) and an activated series, the closing of which was produced afore Star Trek became a big account motion picture. Leonard Nimoy said of that film, it was a “trial for the actors.” James Doohan (Scotty) said it was “boring.” The reviews were harsh, but the admirers admired it. This aggregate ends with Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. Some quotes are aloof lame, while others are priceless. The editors accept accounting abundant notes, accouterment solid ambience to quotes and actual accomplishments information. The book acquiescently invites jumping in anywhere to aloof sample, but it’s best approached from the alpha to apprehend from those in the apperceive how the abnormality unfolded. An complete charge for any Star Trek fan.

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