STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE - The Director's Edition 4K UHD [Blu-ray] [Region A & B & C]
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I’d dearly love that. Of the two DS9 is my favorite, but I love Voyager as well, and if either show got the TNG treatment that would be wonderful, and most especially if it happened with both. You got that right about the Cen 22. I don’t know if you remember me telling you, but it was playing at the Plaza in Campbell a couple months later and I saw it there and it was so much brighter!
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Hunt, Bill (2001). "Star Trek: The Motion Picture - The Directors Edition". The Digital Bits. Archived from the original on November 20, 2008 . Retrieved April 20, 2009.a b Houston, David (January 1980). "Director Robert Wise Talks about the Changes & Challenges of Star Trek The Motion Picture". Starlog. pp.16–21. Asa, Robert (1999). "Classic Star Trek and the Death of God". In McLaren, Darcee; Jennifer Porter (eds.). Star Trek and Sacred Ground: Explorations of Star Trek, Religion, and American Culture. SUNY Press. p.45. ISBN 0-7914-4334-5.
STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE Review — The Remastered STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE
It took a bit of lobbying, behind the scenes, to get Paramount to agree to fund the project. (If I recall correctly) Staff (July 24, 2004). "Jerry Goldsmith, Composer for such films as Chinatown and The Omen". The Daily Telegraph. p.27.
That’s not exactly, what transpired here. I’ve seen “Der schlafende Tiger” in 1972 – here in Good Ol’ Germany. It preceeded STII by far. ;-) Mediascene Interview Ralph McQuarrie". Mediascene. Supergraphics (30): 17. 1978. Archived from the original on November 18, 2020.
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I almost miss the more languid pace. (Kidding.) But for comfort food on a rainy day, there is the 4k theatrical cut!
The greatest amount of technical advice for the production came from NASA, who provided Trek fan Jesco von Puttkamer as advisor to the film. Roddenberry had known Puttkamer since 1975, when they had been introduced by a mutual friend, the assistant director of astronautics at the Smithsonian Institution. From 1976 until the completion of the film Puttkamer provided the writers, producer, and director with memos on everything technical in the script;  :150–3 the scientist reviewed every line in the script, and was unpaid for his assistance. "Science fiction films, including those of the recent past, have been woefully short of good science advice", he said. " Star Wars [is] really not science fiction. I loved it, but it's a fairy tale of princes and knights in another galaxy. The technology was improbable, the science impossible."