Star Trek’s 50th Anniversary

It was 50 years ago when Captain James T. Kirk and his crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, a vessel of a 23rd-century interstellar, was dispatched by Earth-based Starfleet Command to explore the galaxy. Download titles to read the comic adventure of the Starship Enterprise, learn to speak Klingon, listen to titles read By George Takei and Leonard Nimoy or the scores from the original series that was on TV.

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Admiral James T. Kirk is charged by the Klingon Empire for the comandeering of a Klingon starship. The Federation honors the Klingon demands for extradition, and Kirk and the crew of the Starship Enterprise are drawn back to Earth. But their trip is interrupted by the appearance of a mysterious, all-powerful alien space probe. Suddenly, Kirk, Spock, McCoy and the rest of the crew must journey back through time to twentieth-century Earth to solve the mystery of the probe.
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Written by Mark Okrand, the creator of The Klingon Dictionary, Conversational Klingon is an audio program that can teach anyone to speak authentic Klingon. It includes the words, phrases, pronunciations and customs for any situation, including: proper voice inflection, key Klingon words for emergencies, and sample conversations between Klingons.
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The adventures of the Starship Enterprise continue in this new ongoing series that picks up where the blockbuster 2009 film left off! Featuring the new cast of the film, these missions re-imagine the stories from the original series in the alternate timeline created by the film, along with new threats and characters never seen before! With creative collaboration from STAR TREK writer/producer Roberto Orci, this new series begins the countdown to the much-anticipated movie sequel premiering in 2012. Join Kirk, Spock and the crew as they boldly go into a new future! Up first, a drastic new envisioning of "Where No Man Has Gone Before."

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Fred Steiner - Star Trek, Vol. 1 (Original Television Scores)

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