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Yes he has been in the following: Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek: The Wrath of Kahn, Star Trek: The Search for Spock, Star Trek: The Voyage Home, Star Trek: The Final Frontier, Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country, Star Trek: Generations.


Eleven So far: Star Trek: The Motion Picture Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan Star Trek III: The Search for Spock Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home Star Trek V: The Final Frontier Star Trek VI : The Undiscovered Country Star Trek: Generations Star Trek: First Contact Star Trek: Insurection Star Trek: Nemesis Star Trek


There have been 4 Star Trek movies featuring the crew of Star Trek: The Next Generation. The movies are: Star Trek Generations (1994) Star Trek I: First Contact (1996) Star Trek: Insurrection (1998) Star Trek: Nemesis (2002).


Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984)Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country(1991)Star Trek: Generations (1994)Star Trek: First Contact (1996)Star Trek: Insurrection (1998)Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)Star Trek (2009) rebootStar Trek Into Darkness (2013)Star Trek Beyond (2016)


Only one Star Trek movie has been released between 2009 to 2010. The movie is simply called "Star Trek".


There has never been a Star Trek TV movie.


Star Trek novels have been published by a number of different publishers. For example, Pocket Books has published around 100 Star Trek novels, and Bantam published around 15.


While not THE last Star Trek film since there has been another one announced, but the latest installment of the rebooted franchise was Star Trek Beyond from 2016.


There are a number of Star Trek series that have been released and a varying number of DVD's for each series that has been released. The initial series is "Star Trek - The Complete Original Series", followed by "Star Trek - The Next Generation", "Star Trek - Deep Space Nine", "Star Trek - Voyager" and "Star Trek - Enterprise. It is unclear exactly how many DVD"S are included in each series, although upon availability Amazon offers a collection of all series at a price of $2499.99.


All of the main actors from Star Trek(2009) have signed on for at least two more films. Star Trek XII is slated for release on May 17th, 2013, and a release date for Star Trek XIII has not been announced yet.


Frank da Vinci has: Played Soldier at Party in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Eminiar Guard in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Transporter Operator in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Vulcan Ceremonial Aide in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Vulcan Aide in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Sebastian in "Mission: Impossible" in 1966. Played Lt. Osborne in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Vinci in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Lt. Brent in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Lt. Clifford Brent in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Guard in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Security Guard in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Brent in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Crewman in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Capellan Warrior in "Star Trek" in 1966.


Jeannie Malone has: Played Lieutenant in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Blonde in Audience in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Native Woman in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Yeoman in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Purple-Skinned Delegate in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Nurse in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Fabrini Servant in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Bridge Yeoman in "Star Trek" in 1966. Played Kelly Henry in "Greencastle" in 2012.


The USS Enterprise D is used in the Star Trek series. It is the main setting for the "Star Trek: Next Generation" show and has been used in the movie "Star Trek: Generations".


Ed Abbate has: Played Crewman in "Star Trek: New Voyages" in 2004. Performed in "Star Trek: New Voyages" in 2004. Played Lt.Cmdr. Ensign in "Star Trek: New Voyages" in 2004. Played Starfleet Personnel in "Star Trek: New Voyages" in 2004. Played Extra in "Star Trek: New Voyages" in 2004.


Jeff Mailhotte has: Played Lt. Sentell in "Star Trek: New Voyages" in 2004. Played Security Officer in "Star Trek: New Voyages" in 2004. Played Sentell in "Star Trek: New Voyages" in 2004. Played Security Oficer in "Star Trek: New Voyages" in 2004. Played Comm. Officer 1 in "Star Trek: New Voyages" in 2004. Played Klingon in "Star Trek: New Voyages" in 2004. Played G.S.S. Conqueror Crew in "Star Trek: Of Gods and Men" in 2007.


Debra Dilley has: Played Klingon Pilgrim in "Star Trek: The Next Generation" in 1987. Played Operations Division Officer in "Star Trek: The Next Generation" in 1987. Played Borg in "Star Trek: The Next Generation" in 1987. Played Command Division Officer in "Star Trek: The Next Generation" in 1987. Played Sela in "Star Trek: The Next Generation" in 1987.


Captain Kirk is NOT from Star Wars. He is from Star Trek


All star Trek aliens have their own languages, but most of the languages are never depicted in full conversations. Exceptions are Klingon, which is a complete language, and Vulcan which has been depicted in Star Trek movies.


Yes, there are several possibilities online to find cheap Star Trek toys. Amazon has always been an excellent resource for finding cheap toys of any kind; including those of the Star Trek variety.


The Simpsons, Star Trek, Star Trek: Next Generation, Batman, and Sex In The City have gone from the TV screen to the movie screen.


No Star Trek movies were made for TV. All eleven (to date) have been made made for theatrical release.


Star trek is more successful. star wars may have made more money (I am unsure), but I have seen several scientific shows (i.e. Nova science now) and a bunch of scientists/computer programmers have been inspired by star trek. That's an impression that will last much longer than a few houses of george lucas, or some fanboy's star wars blog. (no offense to star wars. I like some of their games a lot.) Thank you for being the first person I know that admits Star Trek was way more succesful. All a have to say is SW=6 movies, 1 ongoing TV show; ST: 11 movies (and counting) and 6 TV shows. To all Star Wars Lovers: Resistance is futile; you will be assimilated.


There has been more than one movie not directed by a cast member; in fact 7 out of 12 are not directed by cast members.Below is a list of the twelve films and their directors, the cast members acting as directors are in bold.Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) directed by Robert WiseStar Trek II The Wrath of Khan (1982) directed by Nicholas MeyerStar Trek III The Search for Spock (1984) directed by Leonard NimoyStar Trek IV The Voyage Home (1986) directed by Leonard NimoyStar Trek V The Final Frontier (1989) directed by William ShatnerStar Trek VI The Undiscovered Country (1991) directed by Nicholas MeyerStar Trek: Generations (1994) directed by David CarsonStar Trek: First Contact (1996) directed by Jonathan FrakesStar Trek: Insurrection (1998) directed by Jonathan FrakesStar Trek: Nemesis (2002) directed by Stuart BairdStar Trek (2009) directed by JJ AbramsStar Trek Into Darkness (2013) directed by JJ Abrams



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