Star Trek (1978) – Making Of-Featurette


(Youtube Direktenterprise, via Fanboy)

Schönes Making Of-Featurette zum ersten Star Trek-Film. Von Youtube: „This is a rare, lost featurette reel from 1979 about the making of the film that didn’t even appear on the director’s edition dvd.“

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  2. Christoph Schröder

    Grossartig. Douglas Trumball war der beste FX-Typ aller Zeiten. Mag die Story auch noch so schlecht sein, aber visuell war Star Trek 1 grandios!

  3. Nico

    da war filme machen noch richtige kunst^^

  4. Nico

    lol they spending a lot of time hanging arround^^ der satz flasht

  5. GunGrave

    … und sowas schafft es nicht mal auf die “Directors Ed. – DVD”?
    Schön anzusehen!

  6. Anmerkungsmann

    die arme frau. für sone scheiß rolle ihre haare ab, bei natalie portman hatte es ja wenigstens noch sinn

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