Star Trek V: The Final Frontier

Shatner, William

SKU: 032429131409

UPC 032429131409
Release Date 2013-04-30
Studio Paramount Home Entertainment
Discs 1
Length 106
Format Color
Synopsis Stardate 8454.1: In the windswept desert of Nimbus III, the Planet of Galactic Peace, a lone settler witnesses a man materializing out of the dusty horizon, offering to share and bear the settler's pain. With a laugh, the two join forces and plan to steal a starship. Cutting to the rock and scrub of another desert, the jeans-clad Captain Kirk is climbing bare-handed in Yosemite. After a near-accident followed by a night of beans and whiskey and campfire songs, Kirk (William Shatner), Spock (Leonard Nimoy), and McCoy (DeForest Kelley) are called back from shore leave to the new Enterprise for an emergency mission. Counting on Scotty (James Doohan) to bring the new ship up to specs, they travel to Paradise City on Nimbus III, where delegates from the Romulan, Klingon, and Human races have been kidnapped. The crew soon find themselves joining kidnapper Sybok (Laurence Luckenbill), a renegade Vulcan desperate to discover the secret that lies beyond the Great Barrier at the center of the galaxy. A thrilling and thought-provoking directorial debut from William Shatner, the journey becomes a metaphysical quest for the meaning of life, as the crew of the Starship Enterprise comes face to face with God.Estimated budget: $20 million. Color by Technicolor; shot in Panavision. Some release prints were blown up to 70mm. Locations included: the Mojave Desert; Los Angeles, California; and Yosemite National Park. William Shatner's feature film directorial debut. The film was re-edited after audience response to advance screenings. Additional cast: Cynthia Gouw (Caithlin Darr); Todd Bryant (Captain Klaa); Spice Williams (Vixis); Rex Holman (J'onn); George Murdock (God); Jonathan Simpson (Young Sarek); Cynthia Blaise (Amanda); Melanie Shatner (Yeoman). Additional credits: Gene Roddenberry (executive consultant). The film's production was postponed (from 1987 to 1988) in order to accommodate actor/director Leonard Nimoy's schedule. He had been hired to direct The Good Mother (1988), starring Diane Keaton and Liam Neeson. Re-released on video in the United States in 1991 to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the first Star Trek episode. Rated BBFC PG by the British Board of Film Classification....As much a spiritual odyssey as a space adventure, and it's all the richer for it. It has high adventure, nifty special effects and much good humor, but it also has a wonderful resonance to it...
Cast David Loughery (Story)
George Takei (Star)
Charles Cooper (Star)
Harve Bennett (Producer)
Herman Zimmerman (Production Designer)
David Warner (Star)
William Shatner (Star)
Ralph Winter (Executive Producer)
William Shatner (Story)
Nichelle Nichols (Star)
Walter Koenig (Star)
Laurence Luckinbill (Star)
Bran Ferren (Special Effects)
Peter E. Berger (Editor)
Harve Bennett (Story)
Jerry Goldsmith (Composer)
William Shatner (Director)
James Doohan (Star)
David Loughery (Screenwriter)
DeForest Kelley (Star)
Leonard Nimoy (Star)
Gene Roddenberry (Source Writer)
Andrew Laszlo (Director of Photography)
Sounds/Subtitles Blu-ray Disc Features: Region [unknown] Note: Commentary by: Michael & Denise Okuda and Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens and Daren Dochterman Star Trek honors NASA HD Hollywood Walk Of Fame: James Doohan HD Starfleet Academy: Nimbus III HD Blu-Ray Exclusives: Library Computer Star Trek IQ (BD-Live) Plus over 2 hours of previously released content Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 - English, French, Spanish Dolby True HD 5.1 - English, French, Spanish Subtitles - English, French, Spanish
Language English
Weight 0.20000
Height 0.30000
Width 5.25000
Depth 6.50000
Format Code Blu-ray Hi-Def DVD
Library Subject Science Fiction,Feature Film Action Adventure
Attribute Additional Footage,Director Cast Commentary,SensorMatic,Widescreen
Product Code Movie

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