The Making of Star Trek

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Ballantine Books, 1968 - Performing Arts - 414 pages
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A complete history of what may be the most popular TV series ever -- the original Star Trek "TM" episodes! Filled with quotations from cast members, memos to and from Gene Roddenberry, biographies of cast members, sketches, photographs, set descriptions, and even budgets and cast schedules, this volume is a fascinating, invaluable behind-the-scenes account of the development and production of the original Star Trek "TM" series.

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User Review  - coachtim30 - LibraryThing

"The Making of Star Trek" is an interesting behind-the-scenes look at the making of Star Trek. Written in 1968 while the show was in the 2nd half of Season 3, authors Stephen Whitfield and (Star Trek ... Read full review

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User Review  - unclebob53703 - LibraryThing

Holds a special place in my heart--I got it for Christmas when I was in high school and had just discovered Star Trek reruns on television. This was before even VCRs, so I was starved for anything ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
11
As It Was in the Beginning
21
Creation
31
Copyright

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