- Author:Adam Shrager
- Publisher:Talman Co; 1st edition (May 1, 1997)
- Pages:274 pages
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Released to coincide with the tenth anniversary of Star TrekR: The Next Generation, this work goes where no hardcover has gone before
It details their lives. Released to coincide with the tenth anniversary of Star TrekR: The Next Generation, this work goes where no hardcover has gone before. While Star TrekR publications abound, this is the first book-length biography of the Enterprise-D cast. Synthesizing the types of data found at Trekker web sites and in magazines like Starlog and Cinefantastique, the work will undoubtedly delight fans with its reams of trivia and references to the stage and screen appearances of each actor.
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Shrager blends intimate details of the actors with the nature of the characters they play.
A biography of the cast of "Star Trek: The Next Generation", which reveals information about the actors who starred as the crew of the "Enterprise-D". It details their lives, their roles outside of "Star Trek", and their characters' development. Shrager blends intimate details of the actors with the nature of the characters they play. On a comic note, the great cover you're looking at caused the hacks at Paramount no end of worry; they had the same cover slated for a book they released months later.
the Next generation cast on screen and off. by Adam Shrager. Published 1997 by Wolf Valley Books in New York City. It details their lives, their non-Star Trek roles, and the development of their characters.
In The Finest Crew in the Fleet: The Next Generation Cast On Screen and Off, Adam Schrager says that Rodenberry wanted to avoid retreading on things from The Original Series, hence Worf was not intended to be a regular character on the series. answered Jan 19 '11 at 19:22.
Schrager's book, ''The Finest Crew in the Fleet: 'The Next Generation' Cast On-Screen and Off,'' was published by Wolf Valley Books of New York in June 1997. Mr. Ramer's book, dedicated to his wife, Bonnie, 33, provides interpretations of ''Star Trek'' characters. But the suit says that the book provides so much detail that it could serve as a substitute for watching the show. Издание: Star Trek The Next Generation. org to approved e-mail addresses.
Star Trek: The Next Generation is an American science fiction television series that debuted in broadcast syndication on September 28, 1987
Star Trek: The Next Generation is an American science fiction television series that debuted in broadcast syndication on September 28, 1987. The series lasted for seven seasons until 1994, and was followed by four movies which were released between 1994 and 2002.
Shrager, Adam (1997). The Finest Crew In The Fleet: The Next Generation Cast On Screen And Off. New York: Wolf Valley Books. ISBN 978-1-888-14903-6.
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