Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan [The Undiscovered Country]

Los Angeles: Paramount Pictures, 1981. Revised Final Draft script for the 1982 film, seen here under the working title "The Undiscovered Country" (a title that actually wound up being used for a subsequent installment in the franchise).

In the undisputed, eminently re-watchable classic amongst the Star Trek feature films, Admiral Kirk is back to save the universe by preventing Khan Noonien Signh from using the "Genesis Device." While the first film in the "Star Trek" franchise was considered mostly a disappointment, "The Wrath of Khan" was considered the first film in the "Star Trek" franchise to truly be in the spirit of the original television series. Notably, Nimoy declared he would only reprise his signature role as Dr. Spock under the condition that his character die at the film's conclusion.

Black three ring binder, titled self front wrapper housed in the front sleeve of the binder, noted as REVISED FINAL DRAFT on the front wrapper, dated January 18, 1982, with credits for screenwriters Harve Bennett, Jack B. Sowards, and Samuel A. Peeples. Title page present integral with the first page of text, dated 10/30/18. 122 leaves, with last page of text numbered 117. Photographically reproduced, rectos only, with white revision pages throughout, dated variously between 10/8/81 and 1/18/82. Pages Fair, three ring binder Very Good plus.


[Book #144873]

Price: $450.00