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Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (9-Jun-1989)

Director: William Shatner

Writers: Harve Bennett; David Loughery; William Shatner

Music by: Jerry Goldsmith

Producer: Harve Bennett

Keywords: Sci-Fi, Star Trek

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Doohan
Actor
3-Mar-1920 20-Jul-2005 Scotty on Star Trek
DeForest Kelley
Actor
20-Jan-1920 11-Jun-1999 Dr. McCoy on Star Trek
Walter Koenig
Actor
14-Sep-1936   Chekov on Star Trek
Laurence Luckinbill
Actor
21-Nov-1934   The Boys in the Band
Nichelle Nichols
Actor
28-Dec-1932   Lt. Uhura on Star Trek
Leonard Nimoy
Actor
26-Mar-1931   Commander Spock on Star Trek
Bill Quinn
Actor
6-May-1912 29-Apr-1994 Mr. Van Ranseleer on Archie Bunker's Place
William Shatner
Actor
22-Mar-1931   Captain Kirk on Star Trek
George Takei
Actor
20-Apr-1937   Sulu on Star Trek
David Warner
Actor
29-Jul-1941   The Omen

CAST

Starring
William Shatner   ...   Kirk
Leonard Nimoy   ...   Spock
DeForest Kelley   ...   McCoy
Co-Starring
James Doohan   ...   Scotty
Walter Koenig   ...   Chekov
Nichelle Nichols   ...   Uhura
George Takei   ...   Sulu
Also Starring
David Warner   ...   St. John Talbot
Laurence Luckinbill   ...   Sybok
Aliens
Charles Cooper   ...   Korrd
Cynthia Gouw   ...   Caithlin Dar
Todd Bryant   ...   Capt. Klaa
Spice Williams   ...   Vixis
Rex Holman   ...   J'onn
George Murdock   ...   "God"
Jonathan Simpson   ...   Young Sarek
Beverly Hart   ...   High Priestess
Steve Susskind   ...   Pitchman
Humans
Harve Bennett   ...   Starfleet Chief of Staff
Cynthia Blaise   ...   Amanda
Bill Quinn   ...   McCoy's Father
Melanie Shatner   ...   Yeoman

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