Original Star Trek 40th Anniversary
Star Trek 40th Anniversary
Star Trek began in the early 1960's as an idea in the mind of Gene Roddenberry, a World
War II veteran and former L.A. policeman who had become an established television
writer/producer and was determined to bring his vision of a serious, thoughtful science
fiction drama to the air. Pitched as "Wagon Train to the stars," Star Trek,
after a few false starts, became a reality in 1966 in primetime on NBC.
40 Years later, four more television series, 10 theatrical movies, hundreds of books and
magazines, and innumerable Internet fan sites Star Trek Lives on. This November,
Rittenhouse Archives will release Star Trek: The Original Series 40th Anniversary
Trading Cards covering the first season of the show that started it all as well as the
original pilot "The Cage".
Rounding out the chase cards are several exciting sets including:-
18 The Quotable Star Trek: Original Series Expansion Set (1:10 Packs)
9 Captain Pike (1:14 Packs)
6 The Faces of Vina (1:20 Packs)
18 Star Trek Portraits (1:40 Packs)
18 1967 Star Trek Expansion Set - "The Cage" (cards #73-90) (1:40 Packs)
7 Bridge Crew Delta Shield Patch Cards (1:200 Packs) - Each Sequentially Numbered to 333
Fans and collectors will also be able to store their collection in a custom designed
collector's album which contains an exclusive autograph card of Walter Koenig as Mirror
Universe Chekov and an exclusive P3 promo card.