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Star Trek VI: the Undiscovered Country

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Science-fiction adventure starring
William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
DeForest Kelley
The original crew of the Enterprise is given one final mission, to oversee the integration of the Klingons, who claim they want peace, into the Intergalactic Federation. Initial hostility between the old adversaries is worsened by attacks against the Klingons from an unknown enemy within the Enterprise, and Kirk finds himself standing trial for murder. Martia IMAN
Director Nicholas Meyer (1991)
♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 39-44

Contributors

Unknown: William Shatner
Unknown: Leonard Nimoy
Unknown: Deforest Kelley
Director: Nicholas Meyer
Captain James T Kirk: William Shatner
MrSpock: Leonard Nimoy
Dr Leonard Bones McCoy: Deforest Kelley
Montgomery Scotty Scott: James Doohan
Pavel Chekov: Walter Koenig
NytobaUhuru: Nichelle Nichols
Captain HikaruSulu: George Takei
Lieutenant Valeris: Kim Cattrall
Sarek: Mark Lenard
General Chang: Christopher Plummer
Excelsior Communications Officer: Grace Leewhitney
Admiral Cart wright: Brock Peters
Chief in Command: Leon Russom
Federation President: Kurtwood Smith
ChancellorGorkon: David Warner

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Star Trek VI: the Undiscovered Country

BBC One London, 7 January 1995 20.05






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