Kirk: You're suffering from a Vulcan mind-meld.
McCoy: That green blooded son-of-a-bitch! It's his revenge for all those arguments he lost!
When Kirk and Kruge are fighting, a piece of the cliff breaks away and wiggles down the side of the cliff rather than falling like a rock. See more...
At the beginning of the movie Kirk rescues McCoy from a jail of some sort. Before leaving Kirk asks McCoy how many fingers he's holding up and does the Vulcan hand thing. However, Shatner had severe difficulties putting his fingers into place, they just wouldn't hold into position. So the crew wound up wrapping fishing line around Shatner's fingers, he would put them into position out of the camera and the shot quickly jumped while his fingers where still in place. If you look closely you see the line around his fingers. (Note that this problem occurred several times during Star Trek, actually, Nimoy and Leonard seem to be the only people doing this without a problem.) See more...
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|Title||Star Trek III: The Search for Spock|
|Original entry||We see Excelsior has the hull number MKT-2000. The only other prefix we have seen in Star Trek is NX for prototype vessels. Given the experimental drive, she should have been NX-2000. What is MKT? And why is she NCC-2000 in Star Trek VI? [The hull number of the Excelsior can be seen to be NX-2000 at least three times in the movie. On the Special Collector's Edition DVD NX-2000 can be seen at 0:12:37, 0:43:46, and 0:46:42. NX-2000 can be seen in the VHS version as well. An MKT-2000 is nowhere to be seen. The hull number is again NX-2000 in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Only in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country is the hull number NCC-2000. Presumably the ship is no longer a prototype at that point.]|