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STAR TREK: PHASE II DOCUMENTS

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STAR TREK: PHASE II DOCUMENTS
A collection of approximately forty four documents relating to preproduction of Star Trek: Phase II, all Xerox file copies, includes memos by Gene Roddenberry and others commenting on stories and scripts in development for: "Are Unheard Melodies Sweet?", "Kitumba" (John Meredyth Lucas, 2 memos), "Devil's Due" (Bill Lansford, 2 memos), "Home" (Worley Thorne), "To Attain the All" (Norman Spinrad), 6) "Lord Bobby's Obsession" (Simon Winchelberg), and "Tomorrow and the Stars" (Larry Alexander), also includes script status reports and several technical memos to Gene Roddenberry from NASA scientist Jesco von Puttkamer on such topics as: "Enterprise prelaunch check list", "Enterprise bridge electronics," "interplanetary probe materials," "geosynchronous location of Enterprise drydock," and "In Thy Image"; scripts and story treatments for Star Trek: Phase II episodes [all xerox file copies]; including: "The Savage Syndrome," unrevised final draft script by Margaret Armen and Alfred Harris, "To Attain the All," story treatment by Norman Spinrad, "Devil's Due," story outline by William Douglas Lansford, "Home," story treatment by Worley Thorne, "The Savage Syndrome," story treatment and first draft script by Margaret Armen, "Practice in Waking," story treatment by Richard Bach, "Home," story treatment by Worley Thorne, and "Id's Delight" (revised version of "Home") treatment by Worley Thorne; "The Child," unrevised final draft script by Jaron Summers and Jon Povill, "The Prisoner," story treatment by James Menzies, "Tomorrow and the Stars," partial unrevised final draft by Larry Alexander, "Lord Bobby," story outline, revised story concept, and revised outline by Simon Winchelberg, "Kitumba," story outline and revised story outline by John Meredyth Lucas, "Paradise Lost," story outline by Arthur Heinemann, "Merlin's Magic," story outline by Steve Kelly, and "Ghost Story," story outline by Larry Alexander (a lot)
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One of the most fascinating efforts to return Star Trek to production was the aborted Star Trek: Phase II television series. In 1978, Paramount announced plans to launch a new television network, the Paramount Television Service. Its flagship series was to be Star Trek: Phase II, the second five-year mission of the Starship Enterprise under the command of Captain James T. Kirk. These documents offer a fascinating glimpse of a Star Trek series that never was.
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