50 years ago this year, Captain Kirk and his crew first appeared on small screens across America. The interstellar adventures of the Starship Enterprise quickly captivated audiences, turning the show into an iconic piece of television history. Press the button on the ornament to illuminate the scene and hear dialogue from the original Star Trek TV series!
Unfortunately, this piece was scarce when it was released at the October 1st Ornament Debut. I was the first one in the door and there were none to be had except for those that had reserved the precious few ahead of time.
I probably should’ve sprung for the Death Star Tree Topper as an investment purchase but that is a lot to ask of a Trek fan.
Hallmark Gold Crown Exclusive.
Magic Light and Sound.
Press button to see scene illuminate and hear dialogue from original STAR TREK TV series.
On decoration: STAR 50 TREK™
Artist: Orville Wilson
Battery operated. Batteries Included.
Pre-packaged for easy gift giving, preservation and storage.
7.4″ W x 5.7″ H x 4.6″ D
#3 in the Star Trek Legends Hallmark Ornament Series.
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.
Mirror Spock: “Our minds are merging doctor. Our minds are one. I feel what you feel. I know what you know.”
Box Text: In “Mirror, Mirror” (1967), a transporter mix-up switches Captain kirk, Dr. McCoy, Scotty, and Lt. Uhura with their “evil twins” from a “Mirror Universe.” The crew members masquerade as their ruthless couterparts on the barbaric I.S.S. Enterprise until they make it back home with the assistance of a surprising ally, “Mirror Spock.” After discovering the switch through a mind-meld with McCoy, Spock helps put the alternate universes and their inhabitants back into logical order.
Press the button on the ornament to hear dialogue from this exciting scene!
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.