Star Trek III: The Search for Spock


1h 45m 1984

Brief Synopsis

The crew of the Enterprise fights to protect the newly reborn Spock.

Film Details

Also Known As
Star Trek III, Star Trek III - Spocks återkomst, Star trek III - À la recherche de Spock
MPAA Rating
Genre
Action
Adventure
Adaptation
Sequel
Sci-Fi
Release Date
1984
Distribution Company
Miramax Films

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 45m

Synopsis

Captain Kirk reassembles his crew and seizes the "Enterprise" on a quest to bring the missing Spock back to existence after he finds out that the latter's living spirit is extant in another form. Complicating matters is a Klingon warship endangering the mission.

Crew

Deborah Arakelian

Production Assistant

Harold Arlen

Song

Bob Badami

Music Editor

Craig Barron

Photography

William R Beck

Visual Effects

Harve Bennett

Screenplay

Harve Bennett

Producer

Pamela Bentkowski

Foley Editor

David Berry

Other

Cameron Birnie

Set Designer

Steve Blalock

Stunts

Dan Bronson

Wardrobe

David Burton

Stunts

Gene S Cantamessa

Sound

Dave Carson

Visual Effects

Sean Casey

Visual Effects

John E Chilberg

Art Director

Phil Chong

Stunts

Donald Clark

Camera Operator

Charles Correll

Director Of Photography

Charles Correll

Dp/Cinematographer

Alexander Courage

Music

Richard Davis

Visual Effects

Wes Dawn

Makeup

Bob Dawson

Special Effects Supervisor

Eddy Donno

Stunts

Don Dow

Photography

Selwyn Eddy

Photography

Kenny Endoso

Stunts

Peter G Evangelatos

Special Effects

Christopher Evans

Matte Painter

Scott Farrar

Photography

Robert Fletcher

Costume Designer

Warren Franklin

Production Manager

Rocky Allen Gehr

Special Effects Supervisor

Robert W Glass

Sound

Ralph Gordon

Other

Dr. Richard Green

Technical Advisor

Cecelia Hall

Sound Editor

James Halty

Stunts

Sean Hanley

Adr Editor

Agnes G Henry

Wardrobe Supervisor

Ellen Heuer

Foley

John Hickridge

Assistant Director

Chuck Hicks

Stunts

Thomas Homsher

Special Effects

James Horner

Music

Ron Horwitz

Adr Editor

Alan Howarth

Sound Effects

David J Hudson

Sound

Craig Hundley

Song

Jay Ignaszewski

Editor

Jeff Jensen

Stunts

Tom Johnson

Sound Effects

Al Jones

Stunts

James Kail

Makeup

Bill Kimberlin

Editor

Alan Landaker

Video

Hal Landaker

Video

Tom Lay

Production

John Levesque

Sound Effects Editor

James Lim

Camera Operator

James Linn

Wardrobe Supervisor

Joe Markham

Wardrobe

James L Mccoy

Makeup

Don Charles Mcgovern

Stunts

Greig Mcritchie

Original Music

John C. Meier

Stunts

Johnny Mercer

Song

Jean Merrick

Wardrobe

Ted Moehnke

Pyrotechnics

Ted Moehnke

Visual Effects

Tom Morga

Stunts

Charles Mullen

Animation Supervisor

Gary Nardino

Executive Producer

Phill Norwood

Visual Effects

David Nowell

Camera Operator

Dan O'connell

Foley

Marc Okrand

Other

Alan Oliney

Stunts

Frank Ordaz

Matte Painter

Tom Pedigo

Set Decorator

Dennis K Petersen

Special Effects

Chuck Picerni Jr.

Stunts

Ken Ralston

Visual Effects Supervisor

Paul Bruce Richardson

Sound Effects Editor

Gene Roddenberry

Other

Gene Roddenberry

Executive Consultant

Nilo Rodis-jamero

Art Director

Danny Rogers

Stunts

R.a. Rondell

Stunt Coordinator

Blake Russell

Set Designer

Victor Schertzinger

Song

Michael P Schoenbrun

Unit Production Manager

Michael Scott

Camera Operator

Frank Serafine

Sound Effects

Robert F. Shugrue

Editor

Kenneth Smith

Digital Effects Supervisor

Tom Smith

Digital Effects Supervisor

David Sosalla

Visual Effects

Frank Sparks

Stunts

Ron Stein

Stunt Coordinator

Ken Stringer

Assistant Director

Andre Tayir

Choreographer

Randy Thom

Sound Effects

Tony Vandenecker

Special Effects

Laurie Vermont

Production Coordinator

Dan Wallin

Music

Bruce Walters

Visual Effects

George Watters

Sound Editor

Ray West

Sound

Rick Whitfield

Video

Ralph Winter

Associate Producer

Jack Woods

Sound Effects Editor

David Zellitti

Stunts

Film Details

Also Known As
Star Trek III, Star Trek III - Spocks återkomst, Star trek III - À la recherche de Spock
MPAA Rating
Genre
Action
Adventure
Adaptation
Sequel
Sci-Fi
Release Date
1984
Distribution Company
Miramax Films

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 45m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer June 1, 1984

Re-released in United States on Video July 25, 1991

Released in United States September 7, 1991

Released in United States Summer June 1, 1984

Re-released in United States on Video July 25, 1991

Released in United States September 7, 1991 (Shown back-to-back with "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" and sequels II, IV and V in 44 US cities on September 7, 1991, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the television series.)