Star Trek at 50 Years – Week Twenty-Six:’Star Trek’ Oral History – When Captain Kirk Fought Jesus

Star Trek Celebrates 50 Years

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To commemorate 50 years of boldly going where no one has gone before, And There Came A Day presents a weekly countdown to September 8, 2016 – 50 years to the day of the premiere of Star Trek.


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Is that not the greatest title for a blog post ever?

For the 50th Anniversary of Star Trek, many books are being published and their releases are ramping up this summer. The 50 Year Mission: The First 25 Years came out yesterday (and you can bet I have already purchased it!) and is touted as being uncensored and unauthorized. It’s suggested that even life-long fans who feel they know everything there is to know about Star Trek will find new tidbits here… I can’t wait.

If this article from The Hollywood Reporter is any indication, this is going to be a terrific read!

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