G | | Adventure, Mystery, Sci-Fi
When an alien spacecraft of enormous power is spotted approaching Earth, Admiral James T. Kirk resumes command of the overhauled USS Enterprise in order to intercept it.
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The communicators were radically altered, as by the 1970s, the micro-miniaturization of electronics convinced Roddenberry that the bulky handheld devices of the television series were no longer believable. A wrist-based design was decided upon, with... ...
When Kirk first comes on board Enterprise he is called "Admiral," and then "Captain" a few seconds later. However, it is customary for the person in command of a ship to be addressed as "Captain," regardless of his military rank.
End title: "The human adventure is just beginning."
Network TV and pan-and-scan home video versions run 143 minutes. Here is the added footage:
$11,926,421 (USA) (9 December 1979)
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