A Star Trek catalog

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Gerry Turnbull
Grosset & Dunlap, Oct 1, 1979 - Performing Arts - 240 pages
2 Reviews
Includes summaries of the 78 episodes of this popular television series, biographies of its stars, and a catalog of related realia.

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The pictures range from unusual candids of the actors before fandom was uncontrollably vast, when they were less wary of the crazy and protected their privacy less, a few gorgeous fanarts by the likes ... Read full review

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This is a wonderful resource for late classic Star Trek fandom. It was one of the first "big" publications to acknowledge the massive phenomenon that was "Trekdom" in all its glory. Fanzines, clubs, fiction, non-fiction, "behind the scenes" photos, news (such as it was) all well researched, professionally edited and promoted, finally printed on a four-color press and high quality stock.
How do I know this? Because my little school boy fan club is included!
"Star Trek Lives!"
 

Contents

An lnterview with Gene Roddenberry
12
The Clubs and Organizations
39
The Crew
60
Copyright

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