Tribute to TOS : Rare Photos

TREKCORE > SPECIALS > Rare Photos, Part IV

In our continuing celebration of Star Trek's 40th Anniversary, we are pleased to present a look back at the original ground-breaking series cast and crew throughout their decades together. From NBC television program, to syndicated sensation, motion pictures, and honored cultural icon - Star Trek has run the gauntlet. This series of rare photographs are amongst a number of specials that we present as a gift to the trekkie community.

What we have now is the oppurtunity to have a rare and candid look back across time. In the weeks and months that follow, we will be releasing a wide assortment of rarely seen photos from the Original Series, the Motion Pictures and The Next Generation, along with other material, to celebrate Star Trek as a whole. What began August 19th with our 85th Birthday Tribute to Gene Roddenberry continues now, and on through the new year.

We hope you enjoy all of the specials celebrating Star Trek's 40th birthday as much as we have enjoyed putting them together! And if you haven't already, take a look at Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 of the Original Series photos and our Season 1 gallery of Next Generation images.

Please Note
Due to the wealth of material obtained and uncovered between the second and thid editions of this special, it has been decided to dispense with the chronological order of these sets, and offer what material is available, as it is sorted, restored, and/or viable for public consumption. This is done to fulfill popular demand of all those who have enjoyed the prior sets.

 

Behind the scenes of the Original Series.

Kirstie Alley as Lieutenant Saavik in 'The Wrath of Khan'.

Director Leonard Nimoy sits down on set with co-star Walter Koenig in Star Trek IV.

First-time Director William Shatner, his daughter Lisabeth, and Producer Harve Bennet on location for Star Trek V.

Publicity photo of DeForest Kelley as Doctor McCoy from Star Trek IV.

The Cast of Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

John Schuck, the Klingon Ambassador from Star Trek's IV and VI.

Publicity shot of George Takei from Star Trek III.

Gene Roddenberry, William Shatner, DeForest Kelley, and Leonard Nimoy on the set of Star Trek: The Motion Picture

Leonard Nimoy makes his debut behind the camera in Star Trek III.

William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy at the press release of 'The Motion Picture'.

Publicity photo of Mark Lenard as Ambassador Sarek from 'The Voyage Home'.

The Cast and Crew of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Nichelle Nichols from the 'Mr. Adventure' scene of 'The Search for Spock'.

DeForest Kelley as Doctor McCoy from Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

Vintage publicity photo of Shatner as Kirk with Phaser Rifle.

Leonard Nimoy and Jimmy Doohan aboard the H.M.S. Bounty during Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home.

Ricardo Montalban as Khan with two of his followers.

NEW COLOR VERSION of a previously released photo.

Shatner dressed as Kirk directing Star Trek V.

The very rarely seen 'Search for Spock' cast photo, featuring Dame Judith Anderson and lacking Leonard Nimoy.

Director Nick Meyer and Leonard Nimoy chat on the Enterprise bridge.

De Kelley and Catherine Hicks on the set of Star Trek IV.

The Star Trek trinity: Kirk, Spock and McCoy.

Vintage publicity shot of Leonard Nimoy as Mister Spock.

Gene Roddenberry, Jimmy Doohan and George Takei play around on the set of Star Trek III.

William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy on the set of Star Trek III.

George Takei as Mister Sulu in Star Trek IV.

The Cast & Creators of Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

William Shatner as Admiral Kirk from 'The Wrath of Khan'.

Friends and collegues, Leonard Nimoy and DeForest Kelley on the set of Star Trek IV.

A fun shot of De, Bill and Leonard in costume as McCoy, Kirk and Spock.

Leonard Nimoy calls the shots as director of Star Trek IV.

Star Trek IV publicity photo of De Kelley as Doctor Leonard H. 'Bones' McCoy.

Leonard Nimoy gives direction to Nichelle Nichols on the set of 'The Voyage Home'.

One of a number of photos donated to TrekCore for this project - Jeffrey Hunter in uniform as Captain Pike holds a model Enterprise with Gene Roddenberry, series creator.

Actress Catherine Hicks as Dr. Gillian Taylor of the Cetacean Institute.

Vintage publicity photo of Kirk and Spock.

Series creator Gene Roddenberry.

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