View-Master reels – Star Trek, 1982



Presenting: packaging and reel images for the 1982 View-Master Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. View Master. 1982.


Reel images. Click to enlarge.



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24 thoughts on “View-Master reels – Star Trek, 1982

  1. Hi TVTA, I think a friend of mine would love these disks! He is another WordPress blogger named EvilGenius180, he is a big Star Trek fan and creates stunning 3D models of many Federation and non-federation spaceships and places them in amazing space scenes. I’ll let him know about your post.
    This is another pack I would have loved to have got my hands on but I did get to see the film in my local cinema, sort of. My family knew the projectionist so I got to watch a special viewing from the projection room!

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    • Hi FT. Yes I remember you said you were lucky to watch some films from a projector room. Can imagine that would be some experience!
      I hardly went to the cinema as a youngster as our neighbour had a home cinema projecter and would give us kids free showings complete with pop and crisps. My first experience of the Star Wars movie was of it being projected onto the living room wall! Also remember Superman, Planet of the Apes films, and Battlestar Galactica. Fun days πŸ™‚

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      • Hi TVTA, those were the days film show parties. But you were lucky when I had to change a reel of film the reel was 1m in diameter and weighed a ton (well for an 8 year old!) But I was one of only three people who could operate the projector in the town!

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      • Love it. Could be the premise for an 80s movie: the two town projectionists disappear in suspicious circumstances, leaving only an 8 year old kid and his love of Star Wars to keep the cinema going, as the evil villain Mary Whitehousenightmare arrives in town to close the cinema down!!

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