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THE LIGHTS, THE CAMERAS…AND THE STARS!
William Shatner picks up where he left off in 'Star Trek Memories' and advances at warp speed from 1969 to the present, relating in explicit detail what went into making all of the six 'classic' Star Trek movies, plus the most recent film, 'Star Trek: Generations'.
Writing with the same informative and entertaining flair, Shatner discloses all the chaos, creative turmoil, backstage politics, and production mishaps that permeated every one of the movies. And with the same unflinching candor, he reveals the accumulated grudges that haven't yet mellowed with the passage of time.
Brimming with anecdotes, fascinating trivia, and never-before-seen photos, 'Star Trek Memories' will provide Trekkers with enough titillating tidbits to chew on well into Stardate 2000
"One of the most amusing exposés to come down the pike in some time"
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
Starring in seventy-nine episodes and six feature films as Captain James T. Kirk, William Shatner is the leading man in the global cultural phenomenon known as ‘Star Trek’.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
"Star Trek Movie Memories" is pretty much William Shatner and Chris Kreski's sequel to their earlier memoirs book, "Star Trek Memories". Read morePublished 11 months ago by Killie
These memoires of William Shatner have been co-written with Chris Kreski, but it is not clear where one ends and the other begins. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Nicholas Casley
Having recently watched all seven of the Star Trek movies which still feature the original cast (all over again), I was very grateful for this very candid and thoroughly... Read morePublished on 9 Nov 1998