Spock: Forgive me doctor. I'm recieving a number of distress calls.
McCoy: I don't doubt it!
During the inquiry at the start of the movie, the Klingon Ambassador is going over the footage of the destruction of the Enterprise from all the exterior views. This is very nice, but how would they have access to all of these different viewpoints of the destruction? Bearing in mind no-one was there to film it. It couldn't have been the Klingon Bird of Prey that filmed it, because in most of the destruction scenes, the Bird of Prey would have been no-where near or in a position to film it, and was of course captured and still being commanded by Kirk during the course of the inquiry. See more...
The scene in which Chekov and Uhura beam onto the Enterprise aircraft carrier was originally slightly different. It was scripted that they would sneak onto the ship undetected, but the American Navy believed that it would be impossible for two intruders to get past a military security force. So it was re-written that the transporter had enough energy to beam the pair onto the carrier, but not to get them back off. See more...
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The entry you are changing the wording of is:
|Title||Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home|
|Original entry||In the scene where Sulu flies the helicopter and accidentally turns on the windshield wiper, look closely at the bottom of the wiper and you can see the crewman's finger manually moving the wiper.|