Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home is the fourth Star Trek movie. It was made in 1986 and contained no Klingon dialog.

Story

The Klingon Ambassador to the Federation, played by John Schuck, demands the extradition of Kirk for murdering Kruge's crew and stealing his Bird-of-Prey(1). Arguing that Kirk is facing numerous domestic charges, the Federation President denies the extradition request. Meanwhile, an alien probe is threatening to destroy Earth, and Kirk and crew, in the Bird-of-Prey, travel 300 years into the past to retrieve two humpback whales, which have become extinct in the 23rd century. The whales are able to communicate with the probe and save Earth.

Klingon

Although Klingon is not spoken in the film, Scotty tells Kirk that damage control on the Klingon ship is easy, but reading the language is hard.

References

1 : Star Trek III: The Search for Spock

External links

Star Trek Movies
Star Trek: The Motion PictureStar Trek II: The Wrath of KhanStar Trek III: The Search for SpockStar Trek IV: The Voyage HomeStar Trek V: The Final FrontierStar Trek VI: The Undiscovered CountryStar Trek GenerationsStar Trek: First ContactStar Trek: InsurrectionStar Trek: NemesisStar TrekStar Trek Into DarknessStar Trek Beyond
Category: StarTrek    Latest edit: 11 Apr 2017, by MarcZankl    Created: 02 Mar 2014 by LieVen
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