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Title : Get A Life!
Writers : Chris Kreski, William Shatner
Year : 1999
Rating : 5.0000 for 1 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Niall Johnson Rating : 5
Review : What began as a documentary for Shatner into trying to understand Trekkies, a wonderful memoir of convention tours both on stage and on the floor emerged. A revalation of the many ways that Star Trek has touched lives, encouraged many and even helps one woman's therapy from a violent childhood is chronicled. Full of funny stories, anecdotes and indeed sage advice for those who live for the dealer's room, Shatner gives a very moving and down to earth (no pun intended) broadview of the Trekkie and Convention phenomenon. The Photograph section includes an early Star Trek newsletter signed by Gene Roddenberry and a flyer from (one of)the first Star Trek conventions held.
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