Before there was The Motion Picture, there was Star Trek: Phase II. And before there was Phase II, there was Planet of the Titans.
The last Star Trek film to include all the regulars from the first series marked Nicholas Meyers’ return to the director’s chair.
After several attempts to bring Star Trek to the silver screen, in 1977 Paramount decided to produce a second television series.
According to legend, the memory wall is the great lost sequence of The Motion Picture that was only cut because of time restraints.
The third series showed that Star Trek wasn’t the character or the ship. It was a state of mind.
Despite its lofty themes, The Voyage Home is the most lighthearted of the Star Trek film series and the most successful one to date.