Star Trek: The Motion Picture 1979



23rd century. After three powerful Klingon cruisers are destroyed by an unknown and awesome intruder, the mysterious alien heads for Earth. The rebuilt - but unproven - USS Enterprise is ordered back into immediate service to meet the emergency.

Books with substantial mentioning of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Robert Bookbinder
The Films of the Seventies
Secaucus, NJ, 1982
Articles on Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Tom Rogers, Of Black Holes, Vulcans and The Force, in: Films in Review, vol. 31, 1980 pp. 21-29, 42
Articles with substantial mentioning of Star Trek: The Motion Picture
Malcolm McDowell, Guilty pleasures, in: Filmcomment, nr. 4 (July/August), 2011 pp. 12
Reviews
Tom Rogers, Star Trek - The Motion Picture, in: Films in Review, vol. 31, 1980 pp. 114-115
Author:Tom Rogers
Title:Of Black Holes, Vulcans and The Force
in:
Magazine:Films in Review
Volume:31
Year:1982
Pp:21-29, 42
Illustrations:  no
Related film: Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)
Author:Tom Rogers
Title:Star Trek - The Motion Picture
in:
Magazine:Films in Review
Volume:31
Year:1980
Pp:114-115
Illustrations:  no
Review of:   Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)
Author:Malcolm McDowell
Title:Guilty pleasures
in:
Magazine:Filmcomment
Nr.:4
Year:2011
Pp:12
Illustrations:  yes

Star Trek: The Motion Picture
United States 1979

Directed by

Cast
George Takei
Persis Khambatta
Stephen Collins

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Year:1979
Country:United States
Language:English
Klingon

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