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Uhura by ChristinZakh.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Uhura by ChristinZakh on DeviantArt

________________________________Check out The Book of Contradictions My original comic series based on my novel trilogy. __... Uhura

Star Trek: the Original Series. The Cage. The original two part pilot minus Jim Kirk with Captain Christopher Pike, a female First Officer (Gene Rodenberry's offscreen wife & demoted to Nurse Chappell in the later series). Most bizarrely, with a broadly SMILING Science Officer Spock! Actually one of my favourite Star Trek adventures. Forbidden Planet like atmosphere...

Star Trek: the Original Series. The Cage. The original two part pilot minus Jim Kirk with Captain Christopher Pike, a female First Officer (Gene Rodenberry's offscreen wife & demoted to Nurse Chappell in the later series). Most bizarrely, with a broadly SMILING Science Officer Spock! Actually one of my favourite Star Trek adventures. Forbidden Planet like atmosphere...

Rare Star Trek Photos

Star Trek: The Original Series Photo: Rare Star Trek Photos

Photo of Rare Star Trek Photos for fans of Star Trek: The Original Series 11232469

Lee Meriwether, “Star Trek”. - purple space vixen --- sexy

crystal dream world

cultqueens: “ Lee Meriwether, “Star Trek” ”

T'Pring, born in 2230, was a Vulcan female who was bonded to Spock as a child.     In 2267, when Spock began suffering from pon farr, he returned to Vulcan to mate with T'Pring. (TOS: "Amok Time")

T'Pring

T'Pring, born in 2230, was a Vulcan female who was bonded to Spock as a child. In 2267, when Spock began suffering from pon farr, he returned to Vulcan to mate with T'Pring. T'Pring, however, preferred Stonn instead, and executed her right to claim kal-if-fee at the koon-ut-kal-if-fee ceremony (a Vulcan wedding). She picked James Kirk as her champion, and he accepted while being unaware that the fight was to be to the death. T'Pring reasoned that if Spock won, he would reject her for having…

Star Trek Marlena in Mirror, Mirror - BarBara Luna

Meet BarBara Luna - Mirror, Mirror's Marlena Moreau

News - StarTrek.com catches up with BarBara Luna, who played both Marlena Moreaus in "Mirror, Mirror."

The City on the Edge of Forever

the one and only Kirk

I am a die-hard William Shatner fan since I was 10 years old, from the very moment when I watched my first Star Trek episode in 1972. William Shatner is a great actor. For me the best actor and not only because of Star Trek.He has starred in so many movies and tv shows and showed to us his great...

William Shatner and Sherry Jackson, "What Are Little Girls Made Of"?

William Shatner and Sherry Jackson, "What Are Little Girls Made Of"?

Mariette Hartley is the Emmy Award-winning actress who portrayed Zarabeth in 1969 in the original Star Trek original series episode "All Our Yesterdays." Mr. Atoz, the Librarian, directs our heroes to a time portal called the Atavachon, as an escape for the inhabitants of the planet Sarpeidon whose sun is about to go supernova. Kirk lands in a "17th century England;" Spock and McCoy are trapped in the Sarpeidon Ice Age where Spock finds love with a beautiful, exiled woman.

The Daily Beast

A smart, speedy take on the news from around the world.

;-) star treck

AMOUR FOU

This photo editorial from the W Magazine was called "Sunday in the park". Ooooh yes, that's how I would like to spend my Sunday afternoon ;) Wonderful shots by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.

Publicity photo outtake, “The Paradise Syndrome,” 1968

They Boldly Went

A Star Trek tumblr dedicated to The Original Series. The blog contains content related to the broadcast episodes, films, novels, comics and more.

Marta (Star Trek: The Original Series)  Played by Yvonne Craig (she was also Batgirl in the Adam West series)

Orion Women of 'Star Trek' Gallery [Star Trek]

O is For Orion Women "They're like animals. Vicious. Seductive. They say no human male can resist them." Commodore Mendez Star Trek: Th...

Star Trek, Teri Garr, guest star (Season 2, Episode 26, "Assignment: Earth")

Star Trek, Teri Garr, guest star (Season 2, Episode 26, "Assignment: Earth")