Re: [Videolib] Off-topic: Star Trek script

From: Christopher Drake <cdrake@lasierra.edu>
Date: Fri Jun 19 2009 - 11:20:40 PDT

Most photocopies of Star Trek scripts sell for around $10-$20. They're
available at places like Script City for that price--although I didn't see
that particular title so who knows! Ebay might be the best way to go
unless anyone else knows a great place for that ;)

Chris

> We've got a copy (photocopy) of the script for "The Lorelei Signal"
> by Margaret Armen, revised draft, May 22, 1973. Anyone know if these
> are worth anything? Is there a library/archive that collects them?
>
> Thanks,
> Janice at CCA
>
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