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Star Trek Generations

(1995)

Director(s)
David Carson
Stars
Patrick Stewart
Jonathan Frakes
Brent Spiner
LeVar Burton
Michael Dorn
Gates McFadden
Marina Sirtis
Malcolm McDowell
James Doohan
Walter Koenig
William Shatner
Alan Ruck
Jacqueline Kim
Jenette Goldstein
Thomas Kopache
Glenn Morshower
Tim Russ
Tommy Hinkley
John Putch
Christine Jansen
Michael Mack
Dendrie Taylor
Patti Yasutake
Granville Ames
Henry Marshall
Brittany Parkyn
Majel Barrett
Barbara March
Gwynyth Walsh
Rif Hutton
Brian Thompson
Marcy Goldman
Jim Krestalude
Judy Levitt
Kristopher Logan
Gwen Van Dam
Kim Braden
Christopher James Miller
Matthew Collins
Mimi Collins
Thomas Dekker
Madison Eginton
Olivia Hack
Sam Alejan
David Keith Anderson
Lena Banks
Scott Barry
Rina Bennett
Carl David Burks
Cameron
Tracee Cocco
Steve Diamond
Tarik Ergin
Whoopi Goldberg
Grace Harrell
Kerry Hoyt
Randy James
Dale Kasman
Stewart Lew
Lorine Mendell
Jerry L. Quinn
Keith Rayve
Raul Reformina
Lynn Salvatori
Richard Sarstedt
Penny Smartt-Juday
John Alex Tampoya
Dennis Tracy
Guy Vardaman
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