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The Making of the Trek Conventions


Author(s): Joan Winston

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1977
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0385131127

--Summary--
"Or How to Throw a Party for 12,000 of Your Most Intimate Friends"

A fascinating and funny behind-the-scenes account of the "Star Trek" conventions with 32 pages of never-before-seen photos, underground cartoons, the daily programs, and trivia contests.

Here it is - the story behind the "Star Trek" conventions. All the beloved bedlam and cherished chaos, presented in living black and blue.

A fascinating and funny account of the adventures and misadventures of the group that "started it all" with the very first "Star Trek" convention in 1972, written by Joan Winston, who was there from the beginning. Race along with her and "The Committee" from catastrophe to calamity and back again:

Try to get Leonard Nimoy out of the hotel and William Shatner in - past thousands of clamoring fans. How Nicelle Nichols made Joan cry. The Saturday night riot. Jimmy Doohan gives Security cardiac arrest. "Losing" George Takei, finding him, losing him … The Roddenberry Serenade. Creative wheelchair wrapping. Why it took three fans to bring DeForest Kelly one quart of orange juice…

In addition to the frantic behind-the-scenes fun, try your skill on the trivia quizzes, check the pocket programs, and actually feel you are there with Joan and The Committee - cruising at warp speed through a "happening" whose motto seems to be, "May the Great Bird of the Galaxy come and rest upon your planet…"

Joan Winston has worked for CBS and ABC, but she is best known to the public as one of the most enthusiastic and energetic "Star Trek" fans in the world. She is the coauthor of the best-selling Star Trek Lives! And she is known far and wide as one of "The Committee"

Notes: Signed by the author on 2/18/1978

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Chekov's Enterprise: A Personal Journal of the Making of Star Trek - The Motion Picture


Author(s): Walter Koenig

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1980
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0671832867

--Summary--
Star Trek's own Lieutenant Pavel Chekov takes us in close to the off-camera camaraderie while making the greatest film adventure!

Star Trek lives!

The Enterprise crew is back on the screen after ten long years. The remarkable Gene Roddenberry and his acclaimed director Robert Wise reunite the original cast (Bill Shatner, Nichelle Nichols, Leonard Nimoy, etc.) in a stupendous new movie based on the ever-popular TV series.

From behind the controls of Starship Enterprise, on the fabulous new Paramount set, Walter Koenig (the original Chekov) tells all:

- what it's like ten years later, the in-jokes, parties and lunches
- how the cast deals with setbacks, waiting, rewrites
- what happens when fans sneak through the gates
- how the crew materializes that ineffable starship spirit in daily grind and moments of glory

It's all inside this delightful on-the-set diary.

Come aboard Chekov's Enterprise

Notes: Original Pocket Books publication

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The Making of Star Trek: The Motion Picture


Author(s): Susan Sackett and Gene Roddenberry

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1980
Condition: Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0671791095

--Summary--
The motion picture that was made because millions of people demanded it!

This is the full, exhilarating story of a journey as exciting -- and as grueling -- as any the Starship Enterprise has ever taken -- from the birth of Gene Roddenberry's great idea to the completion of a great movie... a journey that carried cast, crew and hundreds of behind-the-scenes people as far as imagination, skill and the latest special optical effects technology could take them.

This is how it happened -- the unexpected problems, the setbacks, the daily struggles and victories -- from the reunion of Kirk, Spock, McCoy, Scotty, Uhura, Chekov and the rest of the crew to the final moments of triumph in... The Making of Star Trek - The Motion Picture

Notes: None.

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The Making of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan


Author(s): Allan Asherman

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1982
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0671461826

--Summary--
Never in such dramatic detail has the story of the making of a great movie been told!

And faithful, longtime Trekker Allan Asherman, author of the famous Star Trek Compendium, interviewed dozens of the principals involved to capture the moment-by-moment excitement!

The early inspiration - the selection of the director - development of the script - the matter of Spock's death - the near disasters and the creation of the extraordinary special effects!

Notes: None.

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Captain's Log: William Shatner's Personal Account of the Making of Star Trek V: The Final Frontier


Author(s): Lisabeth Shatner

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1989
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0671686526

--Summary--
In 1965, a young Canadian actor was cast as the lead character in one of the most unusual television series ever: Star Trek. His dynamic portrayal of Captain James T. Kirk helped make the series into one of Hollywood's most amazing success stories... and made William Shatner part of an entertainment legend.

Over twenty years later, Star Trek is still going strong, as a series of smash motion pictures. And for Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, William Shatner took on an entirely new challenge -- to not only star, but serve as director and co-writer of a multi-million dollar Hollywood epic. Captain's Log: The Making of Star Trek V is the story of how Shatner faced that challenge, including...

His thoughts on Star Trek -- how the success of the series has shaped his life and career -- and his hopes and dreams for this latest Star Trek voyage!
Shatner's earliest script ideas -- from story conferences with Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry and the film's producer, Harve Bennett, to the shaping of the final draft screenplay...
The agony and the ecstasy of the actual filming... from Paramount's back lot to Yosemite National Park... learning how to fly upside down and direct a film!
The insurmountable difficulties associated with some of the film's special-effects sequences... and how they forced Shatner to re-evaluate the movie's ending...
Plus

16 pages of fabulous, behind-the-scenes photos and interviews with the original and new cast members! Told by his daughter, Lisabeth, who witnessed each exciting development as it unfolded, you can follow each entry into the Captain's Log. It's all here in William Shatner's inside story of the making of Star Trek V -- the most spectacular Star Trek movie yet!

Notes: None.

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Chekov's Enterprise


Author(s): Walter Koenig

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1991
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0962943207

--Summary--
Chekov's Enterprise™ casts off with an expanded & updated introduction by Harlan Ellison!

"Scotty says, 'A Bonnie tale!' and I agree. It was great to relive our ten year 'reunion'. Thanks Walter!"
-James Doohan

"A wonderful romp of a read, full of fun, truth and wonderful memories. Walter has a wonderful way with words, and a scorching sense of self deprecating humour. Read it, trust me, you'll love it"
-DeForest Kelly

"I recently re-read Walter Koenig's book, Chekov's Enterprise. While reading I was frequently reminded that Walter is perceptive, incisive, deceptively funny, ironically cynical (perhaps cynically ironic), a sensitive sould, a very fine writer and a good friend.

His ability to capture the truth of a moment brought back memories of Star Trek I with glaring clarity … and many being poignant, often extremely funny, sometimes infuriatingly maddening and even theatrically historic.

It is obvious that Walter Koenig and Chekov are intimately intertwined. I commend him for this insightful, entertaining contribution to the Star Trek lore."
-Nichelle Nichols

"Chekov's Enterprise was my vehicle that took me on a wonderful voyage of rediscoveries and rememberances. This trek is fueled by Walter Koenig's lively curiosity, affecionate insights and his observant eyes and ears. And the best discovery of this delightful journey is finding yet another of my talented friend's many gifts. Bon voyage!"
-George Takei

Notes: Re-issued version

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Charting the Undiscovered Country: The Making of Trek VI


Author(s): Mark Altman, Ron Magid, and Edward Gross

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1992
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 9994522892

--Summary--
"This may very well be the best book ever written about Star Trek."
- Mitch Rubinstein, Galactic Journal Magazine

"Highly recommended."
- Advance Comics Magazine

The bestselling authors of New Voyages: The Next Generation Guidebook take you behind the scenes of the final Star Trek film, The Undiscovered Country. Together, Mark A. Altman, Ron Magid and Edward Gross trace the history of the project from preproduction to the premiere, with exclusive and candid interviews with those who created it, including:

William Shatner - Leonard Nimoy - DeForest Kelley - Michael Dorn - James Doohan - Walter Koenig - Nicholas Meyer - Ralph Winter - Next Generation's Rick Berman - Steven Charles Jaffe - Mark Rosenthal - Kim Cattrall - The ILM Special Effects Team - Greg Jein - Cliff Eidelman - Harve Bennett - Denny Martin Flinn - The Make-Up Team - Hiro Narita - George Takei - And more!

Discover how the best of the Star Trek films was brought to life in less than a year, as well as the Trek voyages that never made it to the screen, including the controversial prequel, Starfleet Academy, and the unfilmed Klingon adventure, "Kitumba."

Re-live the making of The Undiscovered Country as told by those who brought the film to life, and examine the missing footage that would have re-introduced the cast and Carol Marcus, the astounding special effects which transformed Iman into William Shatner, Saavik's last stand, and learn what went wrong with Star Trek V as candidly recounted by its director, William Shatner.

Notes: None

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Great Birds of the Galaxy: Gene Roddenberry and the Creators of Trek


Author(s): Edward Gross and Mark A. Altman

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1992
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0756761239

--Summary--
Go behind the scenes on the making of Trek -- from "The Cage" and the original series through seven feature films, The Next Generation, Deep Space and Voyager -- with the creators of the 20th century's most enduring television and film series.

The makers of the Trek magic candidly discuss -- in their own words -- 30 years of science fiction success. You'll visit with these bold pioneers of the final frontier:

* Gene Roddenberry: The original "Great Bird of the Galaxy." Beyond Trek, he was the creative force behind Genesis II and The Questor Tapes, and this volume provides episode guides to the unfilmed scripts for both.

* Gene L. Coon: The forgotten Gene who shaped the original series and is profiled in depth for the first time anywhere.

* Fred Freiberger: On Trek's third and final season, as well as such science fiction efforts as The Six Million Dollar Man and The Adventures of Superboy.

* Nicholas Meyer: The director who saved Trek, and is also the directorial force behind Time After Time and The Day After.

* Leonard Nimoy: Three Men and a Vulcan Director. How he went from Trek star to feature director.

* William Shatner: From Trek to Tek, the actor/director/writer on nearly 30 years of toiling in the future. Special bonus: an indepth look at the making of the TekWar TV movies.

* Rick Berman: Next Generation's Great Bird spreads his wings

* Maurice Hurley: Getting Trek on track

* Michael Piller: Exploring the new worlds of Deep Space Nine

For the first time under one cover, this collection of Great Birds chronicles the history of Trek, its impact on them and their influence on this 25-year phenomenon.

Notes: First Edition

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The Making of the Trek Films: The History of Trek


Author(s): Edward Gross, editor

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1992
Condition: Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0752209736

--Summary--
Now completely revised and updated, The Making of the Trek films takes readers on a guided tour through the history of Trek Classic from 1970 until the release of Star Trek VI. Go behind the scenes of the proposed Star Trek II TV series, numerous motion picture attempts throughout the 1970's and each of the Star Trek feature films, The Motion Picture, The Wrath of Khan, The Search for Spock, The Voyage Home, The Final Frontier and The Undiscovered Country.

Featuring interviews with:

Gene Roddenberry - William Shatner - Leonard Nimoy - DeForest Kelley - James Doohan - George Takei - Walter Koenig - Nichelle Nichols - Ricardo Montalban - Kirstie Alley - Kim Cattrall - Robin Curtis - Lawrence Luckinbill - Catherine Hicks - Lawrence Luckinbill - Harold Livingston - Alan Dean Foster - Harve Bennett - Jack Sowards - Steve Meerson - Peter Krikes - David Loughery - Dennis Martin Flinn - Robert Wise - Nicholas Meyer - Robert Sallin - The Special Effects Teams - and many more


Learn the entire saga and read of the Star Trek adventures you never saw, including the Eddie Murphy version of The Voyage Home and the aborted Star Trek VI: Starfleet Academy, which would have been a prequel to the original series.

The 25th Anniversary celebration continues!

Notes: Second Edition. Contains history of Trek not available in the 1995 edition

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Trek: The Making of the Movies


Author(s): James Van Hise

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1992
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 1556983131

--Summary--
* Learn about the Star Trek II that never happened
* Visit the movie sets
* Talk with the actors, writers, directors and producers
* Recall the high and low points of all six movies
* Watch as Leonard Nimoy takes the helm as director
* Join the cast and crew of the movies for good times & bad
* Discover the behind the scenes story of making the movies
* Explore the future of the Star Trek films

When Star Trek went off the air after its third season on television, it seemed that the voyages of the Starship Enterprise had ended. It looked as if we had seen the last of Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, Dr. McCoy, and the rest of the intrepid crew. Even more than ten years later, no further adventures had happened, except for a handful of cartoons.

Then, in 1979, came the heralded arrival of the first Star Trek feature film -- Star Trek: The Motion Picture -- and a phenomenon was reborn. since that time, four more films, each a box-office success, have appeared to critical and popular acclaim. Trek: The Making of the Movies chronicles the on-screen and behind-the-scenes stories of each of these five films, as well as the sixth, and perhaps, final film, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

Trek: The Making of the Movies offers a wealth of trivia, including information on the Star Trek II that never appeared and the aborted Star Trek VI: Starfleet Academy. Van Hise includes interviews with the stars of the movies, as well as with those who worked behind cameras and editing machines to bring them to the screen.

It is in the films that the biggest and boldest Trek stories have been told: new characters have been introduced, favorite heroes have ome and gone, and the adventures have continued. This book is a must for all fans of Star Trek, science fiction fans, film buffs, and all who are interested in the continuing Star Trek saga.

Notes: None.

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Exploring Deep Space and Beyond


Author(s): Mark A. Altman and David Ian Solter

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1993
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 1852835710

--Summary--
Welcome to the edge of the final frontier: deep space, where only man's space stations protect the galaxy

With 16 pages of full color photographs!

Exploring Deep Space... And Beyond is the first comprehensive unofficial guide to the new wave in science fiction television. Chronicling the making of television's most important genre shows located on the outskirts of explored space, Exploring Deep Space begins by looking at the history of space stations in fact and fiction, followed by an indepth analysis of the creation of Deep Space Nine, the hit syndicated television series from Paramount Pictures.

Also lying on the fringes of the final frontier are Warner Bros.' Babylon 5, a space station on which the five warring intergalactic federations come together in search of peace; and CBS' Space Rangers, an ambitious action/adventure set in the cosmos from the creative team behind Backdraft and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.

Featured in this volume are:

* Deep Space creators Rick Berman and Michael Piller
* Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski
* Space Rangers creator Pen Densham
* The cast of Deep Space Nine, including Avery Brooks, Rene Auberjonois and Terry Farrell
* Space Rangers' Captain Jeff Kaake
* And many more

Exploring Deep Space... And Beyond is your roadmap to the future.

Notes: None.

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The Making of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine


Author(s): Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1994
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0671874306

--Summary--
More than twenty-five years after the first episode of Star Trek aired on television, history was made once again by the arrival of the third television series to carry the Star Trek name. Immediately climbing to the top of the syndicated television ratings, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine quickly took its place beside Star Trek and Star Trek: The Next Generation as the next blockbuster chapter in the Star Trek saga -- an unparalleled television and feature film phenomenon. And now, readers can take an exclusive look at the incredible adventure that began long before the first scene was shot....

Filled with anecdotes and insights covering all aspects of what television viewers see each week, as well as little-known stories of Borg Tribbles, Cardassian Bowling Alleys, and the Funniest Joke in the Universe, this unprecedented behind-the-scenes chronicle is based on a year of research and exclusive observation of every stage of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's production.

From the earliest concepts for the show to the rigors of full-scale production, The Making of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine takes readers to the other side of the camera for a detailed look at every stage of television production -- from story breaking, to writing, casting, production design, to the show's magnificent model work and state-of-the-art computerized special effects, and final editing.

Richly illustrated with exclusive behind-the-scenes photos and never-before-seen pre-production artwork, this is a must-have book for all Star Trek fans and anyone interested in the fascinating world of television in the 1990s.

Notes: None.

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The Making of the Trek Films: 1995 Edition


Author(s): Edward Gross, editor

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1994
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0685503356

--Summary--
Now completely revised and updated, The Making of Trek Films takes readers on a guided tour through the history of the Enterprise's cinematic voyages, from the first film in 1979 through 1994's Generations.

Go behind the scenes with your guides: Gene Roddenberry - William Shatner - Leonard Nimoy - DeForest Kelley - James Doohan - George Takei - Walter Koenig - Nichelle Nichols - Ricardo Montalban - Kirstie Alley - Kim Cattrall - Robin Curtis - Lawrence Luckinbill - Catherine Hicks - Harold Livingston - Alan Dean Foster - Harve Bennett - Jack Sowards - Steve Meerson - Peter Krikes - David Loughery - Mark Rosenthal - Dennis Martin Flinn - Maurice Hurley -- Ron Moore - Brannon Braga - Robert Wise - Nicholas Meyer - David Carson - Robert Sallin - The Special Effects Teams - Rick Berman - Jonathan Frakes - Patrick Stewart - Marina Sirtis - Herman Zimmerman and Malcolm McDowell, among others.

Learn the entire saga of the Trek adventures you never saw, including the Eddie Murphy version of The Voyage Home, the lost ending of the Final Frontier, the aborted Starfleet Academy, which would have been a prequel to the original series, and the proposed first meeting between Captains Kirk and Picard.

The Trek celebration continues!

Notes: None.

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Inside Star Trek: The Real Story


Author(s): Herbert F. Solow and Robert H. Justman

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1996
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0671896288

--Summary--
Before the actors were cast, before the U.S.S. Enterprise was designed, before the phenomenon exploded, there were three men who set about creating the Star Trek legend. Gene Roddenberry died in 1991. Herb Solow and Bob Justman now remain the only two people on the planet Earth who really know what happened in those early, heady days.

In the beginning of 1964, Herbert F. Solow was hired to run television production for Lucille Ball's struggling Desilu Studios. In April of that year, a rumpled, soft-spoken ex-cop named Gene Roddenberry walked into Solow's office with an idea for a new science fiction television series called Star Trek. Immediately seeing the show's potential, Solow struck a script development deal with Roddenberry on the spot.

Soon, Solow and Roddenberry brought Robert H. Justman on board as assistant director to work on what was to be the first of two Star Trek pilots and, later, to act as associate producer on the series. Together, the three men embarked on an incredible odyssey that would make television history.

With Herb Solow running interference -- both within the closed walls of the studio and between Desilu and NBC -- and Bob Justman handling all phases of weekly production, Star Trek endured its birth pangs. Finally, when Solow hired Roddenberry to produce the initial sixteen episodes ordered, the fledgling series began to assume a life of its own.

Inside Star Trek is a comprehensive look at the development and life of a television and cultural phenomenon. It is also a story no one else could tell. Between them, Solow and Justman had a hand in virtually every aspect of the development and production of Star Trek -- from the battles with NBC and the internal conflicts with studio executives to the behind-the-scenes decisions about actors and their characters, writers, scripts, directors, budgets, and the endless details of weekly television production.

Since 1964, Solow, executive in charge of production for Star Trek, has been silent about the legends, distortions and misrepresentations that grew around the show he developed and sold to NBC, the pilots he developed with Gene Roddenberry, and which he carries in his memory as part of a distinguished career. Bob Justman, as associate producer and then coproducer of Star Trek (and subsequently supervising producer of Star Trek: The Next Generation, among other series) has been a popular speaker at Star Trek conventions, known and loved by fans around the world.

Together, in this book, the two men debunk many of the myths that have developed around Star Trek in the last thirty years as they create new ones based on facts. At last, here is the simple, fascinating and accurate account of a unique television series launched against astronomical odds -- a television series that transported millions of viewers into another world and into an unprecedented, thirty-year, multimedia, multibillion-dollar cultural phenomenon.

At last, the real Star Trek!

Grant Tinker, former Chairman of the Board and C.E.O., NBC, on Inside Star Trek: "Forget everything you ever read or heard about Star Trek. Solow and Justman's dramatic and humorous account of the series's birth, life and premature death is exactly as it all happened."

Gene Roddenberry on Herbert Solow: "Solow, whom I worked with most directly and intimately, was enormously helpful. One of the most pleasant and talented men I have ever had the pleasure to work with in this business." -- February 12, 1965

Gene Roddenberry on bob Justman: "Star Trek could never have been made without your considerable talent and knowledge. Most important of all, I had your friendship." -- October 8, 1968

Notes: Pocket Books Publication

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The Making of Star Trek: First Contact


Author(s): Lou Anders

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1996
Condition: Very Good
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 1852867795

--Summary--
One captain, against orders, must succeed whether all others have failed...

Prepare for the ultimate Star Trek experience as the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, headed by Captain Jean-Luc Picard, take on their most fearsome enemies, the deadly Borg, in a battle across space and time!

Discover all the behind-the-scenes secrets of the movie, including:

* In-depth interview with first-time movie director, Jonathan Frakes
* Profiles of the all-star cast, including Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, Gates McFadden and Marina Sirtis
* Special features on guest stars Alfre Woodard, James Cromwell, Alice Krige, Dwight Schultz and Robert Picardo
* See how the production team built the new Sovereign class U.S.S. Enterprise, from concept sketch to finished film
* See how the costume and make-up teams created the villainous Borg
* Marvel at the technical wizardry of Industrial Light & Magic's special effects

Resistance is futile

Notes: British Publication

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The Secrets of Star Trek: Insurrection


Author(s): Terry J. Erdmann

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©1998
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: 0671024949

--Summary--
The battle for Paradise has begun

Star Trek: Insurrection

New ships! New aliens! New worlds! New adventures!

This is the chronicle of how they came to be -- the story behind Paramount Pictures' newest cinematic epic, the third feature film starring the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation!

Follow the making of the movie as told to Terry J. Erdmann by its actors and creators. Look behind the scenes at the creative process from inception to finished work, as seen through the eyes of Rick Berman, Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, Michael Piller, and many others. Learn about everything from the initial story concepts to designs, set construction, makeup, costuming, visual effects, and much, much more.

Filled with hundreds of behind-the-scenes color photos and sketches, The Secrets of Star Trek: Insurrection is an intimate account of how the phenomenal ninth Star Trek feature film became a reality.

Notes: None.

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The Making of Yesterday's Enterprise


Author(s): Eric A. Stillwell

Book Series: The "Making of" Books
Book Number:

Copyright: ©2002
Condition: Mint
Printing: 1st
ISBN: N/A

--Summary--
None

Notes: Written by the author of the TNG episode "Yesterday's Enterprise"

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