CHEKOV'S ENTERPRISE, a Personal Journal of the Making of Star Trek - The Motion Picture

By: Walter Koenig

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CHEKOV'S ENTERPRISE, a Personal Journal of the Making of Star Trek - The Motion Picture by Walter Koenig
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Pocket Books, New York - first edition, 1980. paperback, 7" x 4. Book in GOOD condition. INSCRIPTION ON VERSO HALF-TITLE PAGE SIGNED BY AUTHOR. An on-the-set diary written by the original Chekov, with the 'Enterprise' crew back on the screen after ten long years in a stupendous new movie based on the ever-popular TV series. Walter Koenig tells what its like 10 years later, the in-jokes, parties, how the cast feals with setbacks, rewrites, how the crew materializes that ineffable Starship Spirit in daily grind and moments of glory! Come aboard Chekov's Enterprise. Minor shelf-wear to edges. VP.

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