Category Archives: Anita Marra Rogers

73) 2015 6th in the Star Trek Legends Series: Lieutenant Nyota Uhura

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While most recognized as a communications officer aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise, Nyota Uhura proved herself skilled as skilled and dependable in performing a variety of functions on the starship’s bridge. Captain James T. Kirk frequently relied on her calm demeanor and sharp intellect for important missions away from the ship as well. In her off-duty hours, Uhura was well regarded among her Enterprise crew mates as an accomplished singer who took great pride in her African heritage.

Artist: Anita Marra Rogers

Original Price: $14.95

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69) 2014 5th in the Star Trek Legends Series: Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu

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Another year, another Star Trek™ legend. This fifth ornament in the series features Lieutenant Hikaru Sulu from the original Star Trek series.

Product Code: QX9183

Each of the ornaments in this series features a different character from the original STAR TREK™ television series.
Artist crafted.
1.25″ W x 4.17″ H x 1.14″ D

Retail: $14.95

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65) 2013 4th in the Star Trek Legends Series: Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott

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4th in the Star Trek Legends Hallmark ornament series

Keep the holidays running smoothly with the engineering “miracle worker” of the USS Enterprise, the 4th in our Star Trek Legends series.

Artist: Anita Marra Rogers

Size: 1.375″ W x 4.25″ H x 1.5″ D

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62) 2012 3rd in the Star Trek Legends Series: Dr. Leonard “Bones” McCoy

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He called himself a simple country doctor, but time and again he proved himself to be one of the most valued medical minds in all of Starfleet. Straight from the U.S.S. Enterprise with hypospray in hand, Dr. McCoy comes ready for your tree as the third Keepsake Ornament in the Star Trek™ Legends series.

Size: 1.25″ x 4.25″ x 1.25″

Artist: Anita Marra Rogers

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58) 2011 2nd in the Star Trek Legends Series: Mr. Spock

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Original Retail:  $14.95

Artist:  Anita Marra Rogers

Material: 

Novelty:  None

Box Text:  As first officer and science officer aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701, the ever resourceful Spock was frequently pressed into service to explore strange new worlds.  Captain James T. Kirk’s most trusted friend and adviser, Spock performed time and again as an invaluable member of teh Enterprise crew.  yet privately, he struggled in his efforts to suppress the emotions of his half-human heritage in keeping with the ancient, logic-based teaching of his home planet, Vulcan.

Each ornament in this series features a different character from the original STAR TREK television series.

Serial #:  QX8829

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56) 2010 “Amok Time”

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friend or be killed? This the dilemma Captain Kirk and Spock encounter in the popular 1967 Star Trek original series episode “Amok Time.” Compelled by the Vulcan time of mating, Pon farr, Spock returns home to be married, only to find his intended has other plans. Unexpectedly, she chooses Kirk as her champion, pitting the friends in atraditional Vulcan battle … to the death! With a little medical trickery from Dr. McCoy, Spock appears to win the life-or-death struggle. Later, upon his return to the Enterprise, Spock happily discovers that Kirk is alive and well.

Press the button on the ornament to hear music from this exciting scene!

Battery operated.

Artist: Anita Marra Rogers

Size: 4 1/4″ H

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55) 2010 1st in the Star Trek Legends Series: Captain James T. Kirk

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Original Retail:  $14.95

Artist:  Anita Marra Rogers

Box Text:  To boldly go where no man has gone before is not a task for the timid.  But the brash Capt. James T. Kirk has repeatedly proved himself to be the man for the job.  As the intrepid leader of the crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise, Kirk has traveled across time and space discovering new civilizations, outmaneuvering enemies, and leaving his indelible mark on the Galaxy itself!

Each of the ornaments in this new series will feature a different character from the original STAR TREK television series.

Serial #: QX8373

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54) 2009 Lieutenant Uhura (Special Event Edition – SDCC, Qty 450) *Gold*

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Original Retail:  $0.00 (Promo Give Away at SDCC, July 22-26, 2009

Artist:  Anita Marra Rogers

Box Text:  “Hailing frequencies are open.”  From the command deck of the Starship Enterprise, Lieutenant Uhura breaks the silence of deep space.  As communications officer, she transmits messages in all the languages of the known galaxy.  Hers is often the first human voice to be heard by alien races in unexplored star systems.  Both Uhura’s name and her spirit reflect the Swahili word for “freedom.”

Usually seen in “engineering and security” red. Lieutenant Uhura wore this striking “command” gold uniform in only one original episode, “The Carbonite Maneuver” (1966).

This special event edition repaint of the 2007 Lietenant Uhura limited quantity ornament was created for exclusive distribution at major collector events and conventions.

Serial #:  QMP4008

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51) 2009 “The Menagerie”

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Logic or loyalty? Spock remains true to both in The Menagerie,€ a Star Trek original series two-parter from 1966. Written by series creator Gene Rodenberry, the award-winning episode incorporates €œpre-Kirk€ footage from an unaired installment that was originally set to be the pilot episode. Spock and Kirk find themselves at Starbase 11, where they meet Spock’s previous captain, Christopher Pike. Now burned and paralyzed from an accident, Pike can no longer walk or talk. Communicating with flashing lights controlled by his brainwaves, he can only answer yes or no, and Spock in the only one who can help him! His predicament and the mutinous lengths to which Spock will go for his former captain and friend lead to one of the series’€™ most well-known adventures.

Press the button on the ornament to hear Spock and Captain Kirk speak and see Captain Pike’€™s light flash.

Features Light and Sound Magic

Battery Operated.

Artist: Anita Marra Rogers

Size: 3¼” H

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46) 2007 Lieutenant Uhura (Special Limited Edition) *Red*

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Original Retail:  $16.50

Artist:  Anita Marra Rogers

Box Text:  “Hailing frequencies are open.”  From the command deck of the Starship Enterprise, Lieutenant Uhura breaks the silence of deep space.  As communications officer, she transmits messages in all the languages of the known galaxy.  Hers is often the first human voice to be heard by alien races in unexplored star systems.  Both Uhura’s name and her spirit reflect the Swahili word for “freedom.”

This special edition ornament was issued in limited quantities and first available at the 2007 Keepsake Ornament Premiere event.

Serial #:  QXE9029

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45) 2007 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

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Original Retail:  $28.00

Artist:  Anita Marra Rogers

Novelty:  Battery sound and light

Box Text:  A routine cruise turns deadly when the U.S.S. Enterprise is prematurely pressed into service to protect the secret “Project Genesis” experiment.  Responding to an enigmatic call for help, Captain Spock offers his ship and eager but inexperienced crew to veteran commander Admiral James T. Kirk.  Together they face an old enemy, Khan Noonien Singh, who lures Kirk into a battle of revenge.  Khan is defeated, but not before unleashing the experimental Genesis Device, creating new challenges for the future of the Federation.

Press the button on the base of the ornament to activate the sights and sounds of an epic battle scene from one of the most action-packed STAR TREK films ever!

Serial #:  QXI4349

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43) 2006 The Transporter Chamber

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Aboard the USS ENTERPRISE NCC-1701, Captain Kirk, Science Officer Spock, and Chief Engineer Scott enter the transporter chamber. The crewmembers are then converted into a beam of energy and reasembled in another location to begin their mission. No Starfleet vessel leaves spacedock without one.

Uses 3 AAA batteries

Size: 4¼” H

Artist: Anita Marra Rogers

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41) 2005 Locutus of Borg

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Captain Jean-Luc Picard faces his worst nightmare-again. In STAR TREK: First Contact, Picard and crew of the ENTERPRISE are perhaps the only ones who can stop the Borg’s attempt to assimimlate all of planet Earth. Having been previously abducted and transformed into “Locutus of Borg,” Picard struggles to defeat the demons that remain from his experiences with the Borg. The fate of Earth and all the peoples of the Federation are at stake. “Resistance is futile.” Or is it?

This Keepsake Ornament features dialogue between Locutus and the Borg queen. Press the button on the side to hear one of four different parts of their conversations. The eerie lights of the regeneration chamber flash continuously.

Size: 4½” H

Artist: Anita Marra Rogers

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40) 2005 Khan

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Khan Noonien Singh

Bron: India, Earth

Genetically engineered superhuman, Late 20th Century

Introduced during the 1967 season of the STAR TREK telelvison series, Khan was one of the show’s most notorious villains.  Overthrown during Earth’s Eugenic Wars, he and his followers excaped in a hastily launched sleeper vessel and drifted in space for more than a century before being discvoered by the U.S.S. Enterprise. True to his nature, he plottedto take control of the ENTERPRISE, but was thwarted by Kirk and exhiled to the planet Cet Alpha V.

Anita Marra Rogers

2005

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37) 2004 “The City on the Edge of Forever”

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When Dr. McCoy accidentally discovers a time portal called the Guardian of Forever, Kirk and Spock must go back in time and try to repair the damage to the flow of history.

The ornament features three excerpts from the epsiode.  Press the pedastal next to the characters to hear the excerpts in random order.  Light flickers when the Guardian speaks.

The words spokenn by the two crew members and the Guardian are printed inside the box.

 $28.00

QXI4094

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Captain Kirk: What are you?

The Guardian: I am the Guardian of Forever.

Captain Kirk: Are you a machine or being?

The Guardian:  I am both and neither.  I am my own begininng, my own end.

Spock:  A time protal, Captain.  A gateway to other times and dimensions, if I am correct.

The Guardian:  Behold! A gateway to your own past, if you wish.

The Guardian:  Time has resumed its shape.  All is as it was before.  Many such journeys are possible.  Let me be your gateway.

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36) 2004 Commander Trip Tucker

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Original Retail:  $14.95

Artist:  Anita Marra Rogers

BoxText:   

Commander Trip Tucker

Born:  North America, Earth

Rank:  Commander, Chief Engineer, assigned to the Starfleet starship ENTERPRISE NX-01

A gifted engineer, Trip Tucker is the right person to keep Enterprise NX-01 functioning perfectly and adapting its systems to the rigors of deep space exploration.  his friendly Southern manner masks an intense curiosity and his thirst for adventure when encountering alien cultures and technologies often leads to surprising consequences.

Serial#:  QXI4091

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34) 2003 Sub-Commander T’Pol

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Original Retail:  $14.95

Artist:  Anita Marra Rogers

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Name: T’Pol
Born: Vulcan
Rank: Sub-commander, Science Officer, assigned to ENTERPRISE NX-01

T’Pol has been assigned to ENTERPRISE NX-01 to oversee the humans’ progress in exploring deep space.  She is cautious and guarded around humans – like other Vulcans, she considers them to be primitive and irrational.  Still, she slowly develops a respect for Captain Archer and his crew.

Serial #:  QXI8757

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32) 2003 The Scorpion – Star Trek Nemesis

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Abducted and imprisoned on a hostile aliean starship, Captain Jean-Luc Picard is freed by Commander Data in disguise.  Together they battle their way through the corridors of the huge vessel into a shuttle bay, where they discover a fleet of Scorpion attack flyers.

Unable to open the shuttle doors, their only means of escape is for Captain Picard to pilot a Scorpion through the twisting interioir of the ship to freedom.

This Keepsake Ornament features glowing lights on the Scorpion’s wing panels ans exhaust port as well as in the landing lights.  The cockpit instrument panel is also lighted. Sculpted by Hallmark Keepsake Artists Lynn norton and Anita Marra Rogers.

2003

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The Scorpion ornament was sculpted by Lynn Norton but the Data and Picard figures within were sculpted by Anita Marra Rogers. Rogers sculpted a majority of Star Trek ornaments that were not starships and generally focused on figures.

All promotional photos of the Scorpion are shown with a clear canopy and characters are easily seen. Final production of the Scorpion included a tinted canopy mostly obscuring the characters inside.

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“Look closely beyond the smoked canopy of the Scorpion ornament, and you may discern painted figures of Captain Picard and Data in the cockpit as sculpted by Keepsake Artist Anita Marra Rogers. Original designs for the ornament included a transparent canopy transparent on the ornament, but changed to match the studio model used for filming. The change came too late to alter photographs on the ornament’s retail box and other Hallmark publications, which clearly show the figures.” -Kevin Dilmore

Read more here.

31) 2002 The Doctor

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Original Retail:  $14.95

Artist:  Anita Marra Rogers

Box Text:                                                                                                                            THE DOCTOR                                                                                                        Emergency Medical Hologram, U.S.S. Voyager                                                           Famous words: “Please state the nature of your medical emergency.”

Long-range Starfleet vessels are equipped with an EMH, or Emergency Medical Hologram in humanoid form, capable of treating any known disease or injury.  When the U.S.S. Voyager was stranded and its medical crew killed, the ship’s emergency “Doctor” answered the call.   His computer program ran continuously and adapted to new situations.  Over time, the Doctor developed a unique personality and came to be regarded as a valued member of the crew.

Serial #:  QX8226

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27) 2001 Captain Benjamin Sisko

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Captain Benjamin Sisko, featured in this Hallmark Ornament, has his handsful, as a father (to his son, Jake Sisko), as captain of Deep Space Nine and the U.S.S. Defiant, and as Emissary of the Prophets for the people of Bajor. And even though this takes up a considerable amount of his time, as does the shannanagins of the local bar tender, Quark, Captain Sisko still has time to enjoy his favorite pastime – baseball.

Size: 5″ H

Artist: Anita Marra Rogers

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24) 2000 Lieutenant Commander Worf (Blown Glass)

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Original retail:  $30.00

Designer:  Anita Marra Rogers

Material:  Blown glass

Box Text:  More than a century ago, in hte days when Christmas trees were lighted with real candles for brief, magical moments, European craftsmen began producing beautiful ornaments of blown glass.  TheseThese treasures, called kugels, were known affectionately as “tree jewelry”.

Today teh artisry of hand-blown glass ornaments is being rediscovered and given new importance at the holiday season.  Whether you display these lovely treasures on your tree or mantel or feature them in a centerpiece, you and your guests will enjoytheir elegance, shimmering beauty, and brilliant colors.  Each ornament has been individually hand-blown and meticulously painted by hand.

The Hallmark Crown Reflections Collection…celebrating a time-honored art form that becomes even more precious as our world looks forward to teh drawing of a new century.

Inspired by Worf-The legendaryKlingon who serves as Strategic Operations Officer on STAR TREK Deep Space Nine
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23) 2000 Seven of Nine

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Born: Annika Hansen.  Human, daughter of noted scientists.  Tendra Colony, 2348.

Assimilated: Became a Borg drone at the age of six.

Rank: Tertiary Adjunt of Unimatrix Zero One, assignedas Borg liason to Starfleet Captain Kathryn Janeway in early 2374.

Currently: Crew member aboard Federation Starship U.S.S. Voyager in Delta Quadrant.

Seven of Nine was the only surviving drone of teh Borg Cube that attempted to assimilate the Federation Starship Voyager.  With the help of the Voyager crew, Seven gradually regained a nearly human appearanceand adopted nmore human values – even taking pride in her own individuality and becoming a member of the crew.

Anita Marra Rogers

2000

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19) 1999 Lt. Commander Worf

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Worf, the first Klingon to serve as a Starfleet officer, served as a Lieutenant on the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D under the command of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, and quickly climbed through the ranks to become a Lieutenant Commander, as the Operations Officer on Deep Space Nine, under the command of Captain Benjamin Sisko. Born on the Klingon Homeworld, the eldest son of Mogh, Worf was raised by humans because his family was killed at the Battle of Kittamer when the Romulans destroyed the Klingon outpost because they were betrayed by the Duras family. After accepting discommendation, Worf eventually regained the honor of his family by killing Duras with his Bat’leth – the same weapon his father once used, as featured in this Star Trek Hallmark Ornament. Worf, like most Klingons, values of honor and loyalty above all else, as demonstrated by his most famous quote from Star Trek: The Next Generation, where he said: “If winning is not important, then why keep score?” … spoken like a TRUE Klingon

Size: 2 1/2″ H

Artist: Anita Marra Rogers

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17) 1998 Captain Kathryn Janeway

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Captain Kathryn Janeway (played by actress Kate Mulgrew) is featured in the 1998 Star Trek Hallmark ornament. Captain Janeway is in command of the Federation Starship U.S.S. Voyager, and is hurled into an exciting and terrifying adventure in the Delta Quadrant, along with the rest of her crew and some Marquis that she picked up along the way. As she and the crew of voyager strive to find a way back to Earth, they encounter a wide variety of different species and obstacles, but none more treacherous than the Borg. With technology that Captain Janeway sent herself from the future, she is able to defeat the vile Borg queen, and use one of the Borg conduits to get Voyager and her crew back to Earth. We later discover that Captain Janeway is promoted to Admiral, most likely for her heroic deed by destroying the biggest enemy that the Federation had ever faced, and under the most dire of situations.
Artist: Anita Marra Rogers

Size: 5½” H x 3½” W

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14) 1997 Dr. Leonard H. McCoy

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“I’m a doctor – not a bricklayer”

These are the famous words of Dr. Leonard “Bones” McCoy, the Chief Medical Officer of the U.S.S. Enterprise. Although the colorful doctor has the best sick bay in all of Starfleet at his disposal, he seems most comfortable being a simple doctor and genuinely seems to help healing the sick – although his comments about the 1990s being “the dark ages” in Star Trek iV were quite humerous when he spoke to a patient about kidney dialysis. However, this 1997 Hallmark ornament depicts a rather ironic view of Dr. McCoy (played by actor DeForrest Kelly), as it has him inside of a transporter – a device that the doctor hates to use. Dr. McCoy appeared in the original TV series and the six feature films, and also made an appearance as an admiral on Star Trek: The Next Generation. His parting words to Commander Data (about the Enterprise) were: “Treat her like a lady, and she’ll always bring you home”. Dr. McCoy was also quite a cook, according to his friend James (Jim) Kirk – who asked for his “secret ingredient” – which happened to be Tennessee Whisky – while they were camping after the good captain fell off of a huge mountain in Star Trek V.

Artist: Anita Marra Rogers

Size: 5 1/2″ H

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12) 1996 Mr. Spock

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Fascinating! The crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise would hear this word spoken by their Vulcan science officer many times as he mans the science station abourd their starship, as shown by this 1996 Star Trek Hallmark Keepsake Ornament. Although Mr. Spock was half human and half Vulcan (his mother was Amanda Grayson, a human, and his father was Sarek, a Vulcan Diplomat), it was always clear that Spock’s mid was trained in the Vulcan way, but the crew could always see how he would struggle to incorporate his human thoughts and feelings. Mr. Spock served as the first officer of the U.S.S. Enterprise under two different captains (Christopher Pike and James T. Kirk), until he was promoted to Captain himself and given command of the Enterprise, only to relinquish command to Admiral Kirk in Star Trek II – The Wrath of Khan. Mr. Spock, as played by Leonard Nimoy, appeared in 7 feature films, including as an older version of himself in the 2009 Star Trek “reboot” film.

And of course, he was famous for telling everyone to “Live long and prosper” – and reminding us that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few … or of the one (as Captain Kirk added).
Size: 4″ H

Artist: Anita Marra Rogers

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08) 1995 Captain James T. Kirk

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James Tiberius Kirk

Born: Iowa, U.S.A., Planet Earth

Graduate: Starfleet Academy

Rank: Captain of teh first U.S.S> Enterprise, a 23rd-century, Constitutio-class, Federation starship whose missionwas to explore new worlds.

Famous Words: “All I ask is a tall ship, and a star to steer her by.”

Captain Kirk (William Shatner) coomanded the Enterprise through three seasons (79 episodes) of STAR TREKon television, beginning in 1966, and has appeared in seven feature films thus far.

You can also find Captain kirk’s counterpart, Captain Jean-Luc Picard from STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION, in the 1995 Keepsake Ornament Collection at your Hallmark retailer.

QXI5539

$13.95

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07) 1995 Captain Jean-Luc Picard

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Born: LaBerre, France, Planet Earth

Graduate: Starfleet Academy

Rank: Captain of teh fifth Federation starship to carry the name U.S.S> Enterprise, a 24th-century, Galaxy-class starship assigned to Deep Space exploration.

Famous Words: “Make it so.”

Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) was among the youngest Starfleet officers ever to command a starship.  He appeared for seven seasons onin STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION on television, and made his featuirefilm debut as Cpatain Picard in 1994.

Look for Captain Picard’s counterpart, Captain James T. Krik from the original STAR TREK television series, in the 1995 Keepsake Ornament Collection at your Hall mmark retailer.

QXI5737

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