Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

The Klingon moon Praxis has exploded, and the Klingons face an ozone crisis that they can't overcome without the Federation's help. Spock volunteers Kirk and the soon-to-be-retired crew of the Enterprise to go meet with the Klingon ambassador. But an explosion on the Klingons' ship kills the ambassador, and as Enterprise is the only ship around, Kirk and McCoy are arrested and taken to Rura Penthe (a hard-labor camp on a frozen world). The Enterprise and Sulu's Excelsior then race to save the two from lifelong slavery, while working to intercept an assassination attempt on the former ambassador's daughter at a peace conference.

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Quotes

Captain Spock: If I were human I believe my response would be "go to hell." If I were human.
Commander Pavel Andreievich Chekov: Course heading, Captain?
Captain James T. Kirk: Second star to the right and straight on till morning.

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Mistakes

When Captain Kirk and the shape shifter are fighting on the planet (the shape shifter looks exactly like Kirk). They are rolling through the snow about to roll over Bones. In one shot, it looks like they will roll over his feet first, and then the rest of his body. In the next shot, it is a little closer and they roll over Bones' right arm first and not his feet first.

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Trivia

Both the opening explosion of the Klingon moon Praxis and much of the footage from the U.S.S. Excelsior was later used in an episode of "Star Trek: Voyager", ("Flashback") with special guest star George Takei.

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