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William Shatner's Get a Life!

Review William Shatner's Star Trek Memories is a documentary from 1995 in which iconic actor William Shatner reflects on the 'twenty-five thrilling years' he spent as part of the Star Trek universe. The documentary featured interviews with Shatner's fellow Star Trek cast mates as well as various behind-the-scenes crew members. Cast members of the television and movie series Star Trek reminisce about the making of the series and the films, and give their opinions on why the series has been so successful.
The Captains

Review “Humorous adventure series” —The New York Times

A secret agent brings law and order to 1880s San Francisco

Golden Globe® winner William Shatner (Star Trek, Boston Legal) is Jeff Cable, an undercover agent patrolling the wild streets of 1880s San Francisco. Filled with casinos and saloons, this bustling slice of post–Gold Rush California runs on corruption, greed, and violence. It’s Agent Cable’s job to crack down on the numerous criminals who have made a home there.

Even top public officials can’t be trusted, so Cable weaves elaborate ruses to uncover the Barbary Coast’s many plots. He also relies on the slick but beleaguered Cash Conover (Doug McClure, The Virginian; Dennis Cole [Pilot only]), proprietor of the Golden Gate Casino. Conover reluctantly puts his business and well-being on the line for Cable time and again. The charismatic pair often find the cards stacked against them, but that doesn’t stop them from having a rollicking good time as they police a town mired in vigilante justice. Also starring Richard Kiel (The Spy Who Loved Me), this Emmy®-nominated series is a playful take on traditional Westerns with a terrific cast.
For the Love of Spock

Review William Shatner's Star Trek Memories is a documentary from 1995 in which iconic actor William Shatner reflects on the 'twenty-five thrilling years' he spent as part of the Star Trek universe. The documentary featured interviews with Shatner's fellow Star Trek cast mates as well as various behind-the-scenes crew members. Cast members of the television and movie series Star Trek reminisce about the making of the series and the films, and give their opinions on why the series has been so successful.
The Autobiography of Jean-Luc Picard

Review “Humorous adventure series” —The New York Times

A secret agent brings law and order to 1880s San Francisco

Golden Globe® winner William Shatner (Star Trek, Boston Legal) is Jeff Cable, an undercover agent patrolling the wild streets of 1880s San Francisco. Filled with casinos and saloons, this bustling slice of post–Gold Rush California runs on corruption, greed, and violence. It’s Agent Cable’s job to crack down on the numerous criminals who have made a home there.

Even top public officials can’t be trusted, so Cable weaves elaborate ruses to uncover the Barbary Coast’s many plots. He also relies on the slick but beleaguered Cash Conover (Doug McClure, The Virginian; Dennis Cole [Pilot only]), proprietor of the Golden Gate Casino. Conover reluctantly puts his business and well-being on the line for Cable time and again. The charismatic pair often find the cards stacked against them, but that doesn’t stop them from having a rollicking good time as they police a town mired in vigilante justice. Also starring Richard Kiel (The Spy Who Loved Me), this Emmy®-nominated series is a playful take on traditional Westerns with a terrific cast.

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