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The original Star Wars movies were the most profitable series of movies. Star Wars brought in a total of $797,900,000 worldwide.
No, there was no Jonny in the Star Wars series,or movies.
There are currently 7 Star Wars movies released.
He wasn't in any of the Star Trek movies. However, he was in the TV series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
It's not; only the TV series and movies are.
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No. Star Wars is a series of movies. However, Jedi is considered a religion in the movie.
No. He is only in the Clone Wars series
No. David Letterman never appeared on any Star Trek series or movies
The Star Trek Movie from 2009 was pretty good, but personally I prefer Star Trek: The Original Series and the movies that were made to go along with the original series.
You will find that Kirk, Spock, and the Klingons appear in various Star Trek movies. An example will be: Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country.
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A main sequence star is a star that is not surprisingly on "the main sequence". This is the period when a star is fusing hydrogen into helium. Most stars you see in the night sky are main sequence stars.
That would be Leonard Nimoy (Spock). If you include both Star Trek movies and TV series, then it's Michael Dorn (Worf).
Hillary Swank has starred in 37 movies. She began her career in 1991, debuting in the series "Harry and the Hendersons" as a guest star, and is still working.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars, is an animated TV series. There are no actual movies on that. The closest you can get is Star War II, Attack of the Clones, but that still won't get you far.
No Mark Harmon has never appeared in any of the Star Trek Franchised Movies or Television Series'.
The name of the main sequence star is Sun.
I am pretty sure that theshining star sequence is another form of the octagonal number sequence.
Spock, on the original Star Trek series and first movies.
NCC-1701 USS Enterprise
No, just the first two of the series.
Jabba the Hutt is a popular fictional character that appeared in the Star Wars movie series. Of the six Star Wars movies that have been released, Jabba the Hutt is a character that appeared in three of these movies.
George Takei in the original television series & movies that followed.John Cho in the rebooted film series.
A "main sequence star" is not really a type of star but a period in a stars life. When a star is in "main sequence" it is converting hydrogen into helium. It is then usually called a dwarf star. This is the longest period in a stars lifetime. Our Sun is a yellow dwarf in "main sequence".