|Star Trek: The Motion Picture|
|Title:||Star Trek: The Motion Picture|
|Directed by:||Robert Wise|
|Written by:||Alan Dean Foster; Harold Livingston|
|Produced by:||Gene Roddenberry; Jon Povill; David C. Fein |
|Music by:||Jerry Goldsmith|
|Cinematography:||Richard H. Kline|
|Edited by:||Todd Ramsay|
|Distributed by:||Paramount Pictures|
|Released:||December 7th, 1979|
|Running time:||132 min.|
|Next:||Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan|
Star Trek: The Motion Picture is an American feature film of the science fiction genre. It is the first film based on the popular Star Trek television series, which aired on NBC for three seasons from 1966 to 1969. This is the first of six such movies involving the classic crew, and the first of the first of nine movies to take place in the same continuity. The film was directed by Robert Wise with a screenplay written by Harold Livingston based on a story treatment by Alan Dean Foster. It was produced by Paramount Pictures and premiered theatrically in the United States on December 7th, 1979.
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- Star Trek: The Motion Picture at Wikipedia
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- Star Trek: The Motion Picture at Box Office Mojo
- Fein was the producer on the 2001 Director's Edition only.
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