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A movie (also referred to as a motion picture or film) is a sequence of images, usually on a celluloid strip, projected with sufficient speed to create the illusion of one, solid, moving picture. Originally without audio and in "black-and-white" format, movies later on became colorized with enhanced, stereo sound and three dimensional projection. The theatre/cinema venue may be indoors or outdoors. (VOY episodes: "Repression", "Lifesigns")

In UniverseEdit

20th centuryEdit

Motion picture technology was created in the early 20th century, and quickly became a premiere form of entertainment. (TOS episode: "The City on the Edge of Forever")

Roberta Lincoln was an avid watcher of films, and often referred to current movies during her adventures with Gary Seven and Isis. (TOS novels: Assignment: Eternity, The Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 1, The Eugenics Wars: The Rise and Fall of Khan Noonien Singh, Volume 2)

Early in their partnership, Seven informed Lincoln that spies only lived glamorous lives in the movies. (TOS - Star Trek: Assignment: Earth comic: "Brighter Than a Thousand Suns")

22nd centuryEdit

Movie night was a popular event aboard the Earth Starfleet starship Enterprise in the 2150s. (ENT episode: "Dear Doctor",

In this century, films depicting World War III were common. (ENT episode: "Home")

23rd centuryEdit

(The illusion of) Commodore Mendez remarked that a courtroom is not where a "movie" is to be used as evidence. His objection was overruled and the exhibit was admissible for trial. (TOS episode: "The Menagerie")

Movies played a large role in the life of USS Enterprise crewmember Minnie Moskowitz. The Wizard of Oz and Singin' in the Rain were a particular favorites of hers. (TOS short story: "The Girl Who Controlled Gene Kelly's Feet")

David Rabin was a fan of many old movies and movie genres, including Westerns (particularly those with actor John Wayne) and martial arts films. A particular favorite, given his desert background, was Lawrence of Arabia. Leonard McCoy shared a love of Western films with Rabin. (TOS novel: Vulcan's Forge)

24th centuryEdit

Tom Paris was a fan of science fiction and horror films of the mid-20th century. Among his favorites were Bride of the Corpse and a series of short episodic films featuring the character Captain Proton. (VOY episodes: "Future's End", "Night")

The Ferengi had a type of movie. (DS9 reference: The Ferengi Rules of Acquisition)

Nog enjoyed watching The Searchers and Shane when he briefly lived in Vic Fontaine's holosuite program. (DS9 episode: "It's Only a Paper Moon")


Star Trek moviesEdit

There have been twelve Star Trek movies produced so far based on the Original Series and The Next Generation. The first Star Trek movie was released in 1979 and the latest in 2013. All of them have novelizations based on their scripts, and many have had comic book adaptations.

The Original SeriesEdit

The Next GenerationEdit


Episode Movie Book Game
Novel Comic Anthology Reference
Novelization Manga Omnibus RPG
eBook Audiobook Miniseries Duology

Star Trek: The Original Series TOStitle
Episodes | TAS | Movies | Novels | Short Stories | Comics | Games
Star Trek: The Next Generation (2364-)
Episodes and movies List of all the episodes
Star Trek Generations | Star Trek: First Contact | Star Trek: Insurrection | Star Trek Nemesis
Novels During the series | After the series

20th Anniversary in 2007

Other works

Short stories | Comics | Games

Main characters Picard | Riker | La Forge | Yar | Worf | Crusher | Pulaski | Troi | Data | Wesley
Ships and places Enterprise-D | Enterprise-E

United Federation of Planets

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