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Star Trek | Interviews
Robert Justman


Picture Robert Justman
Robert is the Associate Producer-Co-Producer-Co-Creator of Star Trek. Which is a lot of hyphenates for one man. He worked as an Assistant Director on the pilot episode, and has been involved in Star Trek ever since. In his free time, he's a Sherrif.

The Creation of Star Trek
  Bob Justman explains how Gene Roddenberry got Star Trek off the ground.

How did he pitch Star Trek initially?
  How Gene Roddenberry first sold Star Trek

Lost in Space II?
  Did the network think they were getting a traditional series something like Lost in Space?

Changing times
  Have Star Trek storylines reflected the changing world around them?

Spock's ears
  Some solutions for over-coming Leonard Nimoy's ear pain.

Casting Patrick Stewart
  How Bob Justman found Jean-Luc Picard

To boldly go bald
  How Picard lost his hair.

Science in the original aeries
  Where did the original series get its science from?

Inventing the transporter and artificial gravity
  Making life easier and saving money!

technobabble
  Did the actors enjoy having very technical lines to deliver?

Costumes
  Working with William Theiss to make clothes for the original series.

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