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- Star Trek Lives!
- The cancellation of the original series in 1969 should have been the end of the story for Star Trek, but the Enterprise would not be placed into mothballs so easily. Syndication and fan-run conventions saw Star Trek become more popular and led to Gene Roddenberry and Filmation Studios teaming up to continue the Enterprise's original five-year mission.
- Star Trek: The Animated Series was a critical success and earned the franchise its first Emmy Award. The show featured the voices of the original cast as well as original series writers.
- This is the first official book on The Animated Series and contains:
- New interviews with writers, animators and more
- Rarely or never-before-seen interviews from Gene Roddenberry
- Behind-the-scenes production documents
- Never-before-seen art
- Encyclopedia with new and updated listings
- Canon connections
Contents[edit | edit source]
- A Word From the Authors
- From Script to Screen: How Filmation Animated Star Trek
- Season 1: September 8, 1973 - January 12, 1974
- "Beyond the Farthest Star"
- "One of Our Planets Is Missing"
- "The Lorelei Signal"
- "More Tribbles, More Troubles"
- "The Survivor"
- "The Infinite Vulcan"
- "The Magicks of Megas-Tu"
- "Once Upon a Planet"
- "Mudd's Passion"
- "The Terratin Incident"
- "The Time Trap"
- "The Ambergris Element"
- "The Slaver Weapon"
- "The Eye of the Beholder"
- "The Jihad"
- Season 2: September 7, 1974 - October 12, 1974
- Series Legacy
- Afterward by Dayton Ward
- Author Bios
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