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STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE MISCELLANEOUS SET DRAWINGS

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STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE MISCELLANEOUS SET DRAWINGS
Approximately 150 drawings and prints relating to the design and construction of Voyager "arena" set, the memory wall, the Voyager "maw," San Francisco air tram and station, Epsilon 9 station, orbital office complex, and the "wing walk" (saucer top) in Star Trek: The Motion Picture, some duplicates (a lot)
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The Voyager "memory wall" was intended as one of the centerpieces of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. It was planned for use in an elaborate sequence in which Kirk and Spock spacewalk through Voyager. Spock mind-melded with a "memory crystal" to learn about Voyager. The sequence was filmed, with the on-set technical assistance of Apollo astronaut (and real-life spacewalker) Russell Schweikart. Unfortunately, technical problems later forced the scene to be rewritten and re-shot in simplified form.

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