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  • [[Altman, Mark A.]] et al. ''"''Babylon 5'': ''Star Trek'''s TV Challenger."'' Series of articles for cover-story in ''Cinefantasti ...bylon 5]]'', a show very like ''[[STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE Episodes|Star Trek: Deep Space Nine]]''.
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  • ...tp://www.clockworks2.org/wiki/index.php?title=Special%3ASearch&search=Star+Trek&fulltext=Search]
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  • '''STAR TREK BEYOND.''' Justin Lin, dir. Simon Pegg and Doug Jung, credited script (see ...ttp://www.locusmag.com/Reviews/2016/07/steady-as-she-goes-a-review-of-star-trek-beyond/] Visually and narratively opposed to the ''Yorktown'' are retro/Ind
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  • ...so one of three exec. prod.), based on Gene Roddenberry's TV series ''Star Trek''. Bad Robot, Paramount, and Spyglass (prod.) / Paramount (USA dist.), 2009
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  • '''"The Changeling." ''Star Trek''''', 29 Sept. 1976. John M. Lucas, script. [[Category: Drama]] ...n't live up to its idea of perfection. Fictionalized by J. Blish in ''Star Trek 7'' (1972).[[Category: Drama]]
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  • '''"The Apple." ''Star Trek''''', 13 Oct. 1967. Max Ehrlich with Gene L. Coon, script. ...e episodes "Justice" and "Who's Watching the Watchers."{{DEFAULTSORT: STAR TREK, Apple}}
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  • '''STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION'''—Television Syndication by Paramount (Fox) 1987-19
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  • '''STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT.''' Jonathan Frakes, dir. USA: Paramount, Nov. 1996. Rick Discussed in Victor Grech, "[[The Manifestation of Manichaeism in Star Trek’s Nanotechnology]]," ''SFRA Review'' #323 (Winter 2018): pp. 8-13.[http:/
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  • ...in)—featured cast; with James Doohan and Walter Koenig (of original ''Star Trek'') in small roles, and William Shatner as James T. Kirk.
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  • '''"One." ''Star Trek: Voyager®''''', Episode 4.23, production 193, 13 May 1998. Kenneth Biller,
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  • '''STAR TREK: INSURRECTION.''' Jonathan Frakes, director. Rick Berman, story, producer; Lower-case "c" classic ''Star Trek'' episodes, at greater length and with more sophisticated production values
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  • '''''Star Trek: Voyager''.''' Originally UPN (Paramount), 172 episodes over seven seasons: ...and should have appeared with the search for <Star Trek: Voyager> or <Star Trek: Voyager®>
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  • '''''Star Trek: Voyager''.''' Originally UPN (Paramount), 172 episodes over seven seasons: ...and should have appeared with the search for <Star Trek: Voyager> or <Star Trek: Voyager®>.
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  • ...ww.imdb.com/title/tt8806524/fullcredits?ref_=tt_ov_wr_sm] Patrick Stewart, star. USA: CBS Television Studios, Roddenberry Entertainment, Secret Hideout (pr SEASON 1: In addition to a cornucopia of Star Trekkian devices for human beings and other humanoid species to interact wi
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  • '''Short, Sue. The Measure of a Man?''' Asimov's Bicentennial Man, ''Star Trek's'' Data, and Being Human. ''Extrapolation'' 44.2 (Summer 2003): 209-23. ...t" in both [[Star Trek: The Next Generation, "The Measure of a Man"|''Star Trek: The Next Generation'', "The Measure of a Man"]] and Asimov's "[[The Bicent
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  • '''STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE. Robert Wise, dir.''' USA: Paramount, 1979. Harold Livi ...ilm; images at link in note.[http://www.ronresch.org/ronresch/gallery/star-trek/]
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  • Okuda, Michael, and Rick Sternback. '''''Star Trek, the Next Generation Manual''.''' New York: Pocket, 1991. [[Category: Drama Successor to Franz Joseph's ''Star Trek Star Fleet Technical Manual'' (1975): All you wanted to know about technical mat
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  • '''"The Doomsday Machine." ''Star Trek'',''' 20 Oct. 1967. Norman Spinrad, script. [[Category: Drama]] ...ips, or whatever else it comes across. Fictionalized by J. Blish in ''Star Trek 3'' (1969).[[Category: Drama]]
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  • '''"I, Mudd." ''Star Trek'',''' 3 Nov. 1967. Stephen Kandel, script. [[Category: Drama]]
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  • '''The Ultimate Computer." ''Star Trek''''', 8 March 1968. D. C. Fontana, script from a story by Lawrence N. Wolfe ...ise threatens the ship and human life. Fictionalized by J. Blish in ''Star Trek 9'' (1973).[[Category: Drama]]
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  • ...ublication). Sidebars in Dale Kutzera's "The End of a Golden Era / ''Star Trek: The Next Generation''" give the "Episode Guide / 7th Season," which cite,
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  • ...''; also: ''[[STAR TREK: VOYAGER® Episodes|Star Trek: Voyager]]'' and STAR TREK VII: GENERATIONS (in prod. at time of publication)[http://www.imdb.com/titl Sidebars in Dale Kutzera's "The End of a Golden Era / ''Star Trek: The Next Generation''" give the "Episode Guide / 7th Season," which cite,
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  • ...'''Star Trek Shows'''." In Whitfield and Roddenberry, ''The Making of Star Trek''. New York: Ballantine, 1968. ...KS List consulted this work for videographic information on classic ''Star Trek'' episodes..
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  • '''Grech, Victor. Feature 101, "Brain and Dualism in ''Star Trek'''''," ''SFRA Review'' #304 (Spring 2013): pp. 14-24.[http://sfra.org/resou "[[Star Trek, "What Are Little Girls Made Of?"|What Are Little Girls Made Of?]]"
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  • ...st the intelligent species they've run into on various post-classic ''Star Trek'' episodes). The attraction is defended by Mark A. Altman and attacked by J
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  • '''[[Uram, Sue]]. "Classic <i>[[Star Trek]]</i> Episode Guide." <i>'''[[Cinefantastique]]</i> 27.11-12 (July 1996): 2 ...tar Trek]]</i>, a complete, annotated videography of the classic <i>[[Star Trek]]</i> canon, "listed in the order in which they were filmed." (RDE, 03/06/9
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  • [[EX MACHINA]], ''Star Trek: Voyager'' [[Star Trek: Voyager, "Author, Author"|Author, Author]]” ''Star Trek: Voyager'' [[Star Trek Voyager®, "Prototype"|“Prototype”]]
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  • '''"The Apple." ''Star Trek''''', 13 Oct. 1967. Max Ehrlich with Gene L. Coon, script. ...e episodes "Justice" and "Who's Watching the Watchers."{{DEFAULTSORT: STAR TREK, Apple}}
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  • [[Altman, Mark A.]] et al. ''"''Babylon 5'': ''Star Trek'''s TV Challenger."'' Series of articles for cover-story in ''Cinefantasti ...bylon 5]]'', a show very like ''[[STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE Episodes|Star Trek: Deep Space Nine]]''.
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  • '''"The Doomsday Machine." ''Star Trek'',''' 20 Oct. 1967. Norman Spinrad, script. [[Category: Drama]] ...ips, or whatever else it comes across. Fictionalized by J. Blish in ''Star Trek 3'' (1969).[[Category: Drama]]
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  • '''"Dreadnought." ''Star Trek: Voyager®''.''' 12 Feb. 1996. ...rek, "The Doomsday Machine"|The Doomsday Machine"]] on the original ''Star Trek''.
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  • '''Shapiro, Alan N. ''STAR TREK: Technologies of Disappearance''.''' Berlin: Avenue, 2004. ...in "[[Escaping Star Trek: Review by Istvan Csicsery-Ronay|Escaping ''Star Trek'']]," which see for annotation and discussion by a major critic.
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  • '''Blish, James, adapter. ''Star Trek [1]-11'''''. New York: Bantam, 1967-75. [[Category: Fiction]] Blish's eleven vols. fictionalize most of the classic ''Star Trek'' episodes.
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  • ...kipedia.org/wiki/Star_Trek_Generations] with additional coverage on [[STAR TREK: VOYAGER® Episodes]] and the various ''ST'' series generally.
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  • .../wiki/index.php?title=Classic_Star_Trek_Episode_Guide] {{DEFAULTSORT: STAR TREK Classic Episode Guide}}
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  • '''"The Changeling." ''Star Trek''''', 29 Sept. 1976. John M. Lucas, script. [[Category: Drama]] ...n't live up to its idea of perfection. Fictionalized by J. Blish in ''Star Trek 7'' (1972).[[Category: Drama]]
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  • Okuda, Michael, and Rick Sternback. '''''Star Trek, the Next Generation Manual''.''' New York: Pocket, 1991. [[Category: Drama Successor to Franz Joseph's ''Star Trek Star Fleet Technical Manual'' (1975): All you wanted to know about technical mat
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  • '''Roddenberry, Gene. ''Star Trek: The Motion Picture: A Novel''.''' Based on The screenplay by Harold Living See under Drama STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE.[[Category: Fiction]]
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  • '''Stoppe, Sebastian. "Getting Immersed in ''Star Trek'': Storytelling Between "True" and "False" on the Holodeck."''' In the seri On the holodecks in various ''Star Trek''ian starships, with a central observation by Stoppe that, in the terminolo
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  • ...tion, "11001001"]], [[Star Trek, "The Return of the Archons"]], and [[Star Trek, "For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky"]] (called "For the Ea
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