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CBS Blocks Production of ‘Star Trek’ Fan Film

It was a geek’s dream come true: a lost Star Trek script by writer Norman Spinrad, who had written “The Doomsday Machine,” had recently resurfaced. And if that news weren’t exciting enough, it was going to be produced by a group of experienced fan filmmakers…and directed by Spinrad himself. But like so many of our Star Trek-based dreams, like the ones with our own teleporters, it looks as if this won’t become reality.

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Lost ‘Star Trek’ Script Wasn’t Really Lost, Says Former Editor

John Ordover, a former editor of the Star Trek novels for Pocket Books, said that Norman Spinrad’s lost screenplay, “He Walked Among Us,” which recently resurfaced after 45 years, wasn’t actually lost…Ordover had a copy of it in his office during his 1992-2003 tenure at Pocket Books.

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Lost ‘Star Trek’ Script Wasn’t Really Lost, Says Former Editor

John Ordover, a former editor of the Star Trek novels for Pocket Books, said that Norman Spinrad’s lost screenplay, “He Walked Among Us,” which recently resurfaced after 45 years, wasn’t actually lost…Ordover had a copy of it in his office during his 1992-2003 tenure at Pocket Books.

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