Star Trek Creator: The Authorized Biography of Gene Roddenberry

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, Feb 16, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 672 pages
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This fascinating portrait presents the many sides of Gene Roddenberry, creator of the phenomenally popular Star Trek and all its spin-offs--and in so doing, gives readers new focus and fresh feeling for the show that has soared beyond time to reach the realm of legend and myth. Includes a complete filmography and 16 pages of photos.

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An interesting look at Roddenberry's life. I found his earlier career highlights fascinating and the discussion of his work on Star Trek interesting. I was amazed to discover that a confirmed feminist ... Read full review

Contents

The Authorized Biography
157
A Gene Roddenberry Filmography
606
Index
627
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About the author (1995)

David Alexander is the author of several highly regarded non-fiction and fiction books on military subjects, including "Tomorrow's Soldier, Shadow Down," and the popular Berkley military action series "Marine Force One," He has also written articles for such publications as "Military Technology, Modern Simulation and Training," and dispatches from the front during the Gulf War.

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