Inside Star Trek: The Real Story

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Pocket Books, 1996 - Performing Arts - 458 pages
11 Reviews
In early 1964, Herb Solow had just been hired to run television production for Lucille Ball's struggling Desilu Studios when he met a soft-spoken Texan named Gene Roddenberry. Thus begins the story of the incredible odyssey to make not just a series, but television history. This all-encompasing look at the making of Star Trek offers a wonderful, behind-the-scenes adventure that could have only been written by those who helped make the legend. Photos.

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User Review  - bfgar - LibraryThing

Herb Solow seems to have taken out thirty-five years of vitriol and anger in his account of the year's when Star Trek was shown on NBC. He especially seems to have hated William Shatner, although ... Read full review

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User Review  - Billy - Goodreads

This was an excellent insight into the creation and production of the original series. It also illustrates the complicated personality of Gene Rodenberry quite well - and sheds some much needed light ... Read full review

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