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Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home is a sci-fi film released in 1986, directed by Leonard Nimoy. This installment follows the USS Enterprise crew as they travel back in time to 1986 Earth to save humpback whales from extinction, a crucial mission to save their own future. The film stars the original Star Trek cast, including William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk, Leonard Nimoy as Spock, DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard McCoy, and the rest of the stellar ensemble.

The Voyage Home is an exciting and humorous adventure, blending time travel with environmental themes and classic Star Trek storytelling. The film received critical acclaim for its engaging storyline and exceptional performances.

If you're longing for an audio journey through the cosmos, you can enjoy and download the iconic sounds of Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home here.

A guess?
A joke is a story with a humorous climax.
A landlubber.
A large mushroom pepperoni with extra onions and Michelob, please.
A little joke.
A male and a female humpback in a contained space.
A miracle? That's yet to come.
A secret base from which to launch the annihilation of the Klingon people.
A simple evacuation of the expanding epidural haematoma
Abandon ship. Scotty, do you hear me?
About 45 to 50 feet long. About 40 tons each.
About those colourful metaphors that we've discussed.
Acceleration is no longer a constant.
Acceleration thrust is at Spock's command.
Accounting for density and temperature and salinity factors?
Adjust the sine wave of this magnetic envelope
Admiral Kirk, how do you plead?
Admiral Kirk! Admiral Kirk!
Admiral Kirk! Can you hear me? I need your help!
Admiral, are you there?
Admiral, I am receiving whale song.
Admiral, I have a signal
Admiral, I need thruster control.
Admiral, I think you'd better get up there.
Admiral, if we were to assume
Admiral, may I ask you a question?
Admiral, may I suggest that Dr McCoy is correct?
Admiral, there may be a 20th century possibility.
Admiral, this is strange. The song is directly ahead.
Admiral, we have a problem!
Admiral, we have found the nuclear vessel.
Admiral, you'll be trapped.
Admiral! Admiral Kirk!
Admiral! Admiral Kirk! Can you hear me?
After that, Admiral, we're visible and dead in the water.
All attempts at regaining power have failed.
All charges but one are summarily dismissed.
All Earth orbiting starships are powerless.
All emergency systems are nonfunctional.
All power sources have failed.
All right, Commander. ls there anything you want to tell us?
All right, Scotty. it's up to you.
All right, tell them phasers on stun. Good luck. Kirk out.
All right, who are you? And don't jerk me around any more.
All right, who the hell are you? What were you doing in there?
All right. Let's take it from the top.
All set? Good hunting.
All systems have failed.
All underground storage systems
Also, I must apologise for my attire. I seem to have misplaced my uniform.
Ambassador Sarek,
An unknown form of energy of great power and intelligence,
And at noon tomorrow, in what is sure to be a media circus,
And besides, we're not talking about human beings here.
And certainly the biggest cockamamie fish story l've ever heard.
And Commander Sulu will convert us a whale tank...
And don't try anything, either.
And finally,
And hope to hell they tell this probe what to go do with itself.
And if you have any problems, just call me.
And it contains the only two humpback whales in captivity.
And it was Dr McCoy, with a fine sense of historical irony,
And like those mutineers of 500 years ago,
And now, here's a much better way to see George and Gracie. Underwater.
And probable location of humpback whales,
And producing milk to nurse their young.
And spend the rest of our lives mining borite,
And test detonated by the Admiral himself.
And that as a consequence of your new rank,
And that is the limit of their hostility.
And then start again.
And they will be again, that's the beauty of it.
And this is what it would sound like underwater?
And those that are taken in are no longer fully grown.
And we are forever in your debt.
And we intend no harm towards the whales.
And we still don't know what purpose they serve.
And what these things here are.
And, Admiral, I have replaced the Klingon food packs.
Any questions? All right.
Anyway, I said to her,
Are causing critical damage to this planet.
Are they some kind of navigational signal?
Are you a doctor?
Are you sure it isn't time for a colourful metaphor?
Are you sure you want to part with them?
As you can see, we have a great deal to offer,
As you wish, since you deem them of value,
As you wish.
At 60' x 1 0',
At least a possibility, Admiral.
Attempt to trace these whale songs to their source.
Attempting the hell to communicate.
Attempts to communicate with the probe have been negative
Attention. Attention. Red Alert.
Aye, sir, but l've never beamed up 400 tons before.
Aye, sir.
Back at the lnstitute, about extinction?
Back in the '60s, he was part of the Free Speech Movement at Berkeley.
Back to San Francisco.
Bad day.
Beautiful, aren't they? And extremely intelligent.
Because of all the hunting this time of year.
Because of certain mitigating circumstances,
Besides, I want to know why you travel around with that ditzy guy
Besides, I'm most impressed with your performance in this crisis.
Bob, it's tearing me apart, okay?
Bones, you stay here.
Bring in the accused.
But at this time we may be able to find some.
But he's not exactly working on all thrusters.
But I cannot wait here to find them.
But I sure couldn't fill your shoes.
But I want you guys out of here right now, or I call the cops.
But that is nothing compared to what he has achieved
But that is small compared to what we know,
But they don't seem to know anything about it.
But they're tagged, like I told you. I mean, you can go find them, right?
But they're tagged, like I told you. I mean, you can go find them, right?
But to have to go home in this Klingon flea trap...
But we'll tag them with radio transmitters
But we're stuck between a rock and a hard place.
But when? Spock?
But where?
But, if you let me finish,
But, of course, I cannot guarantee success.
By the beginning of the fusion era, these reactors had been replaced,
Calculating the coefficient of elapsed time
Can give a proper response to the probe.
Can we make breakaway speed?
Can you enclose it to hold water?
Can you let us hear the probe's transmission?
Can you tell me where the naval base is in...
Can't you tell me what it felt like?
Captain Spock, you do not stand accused.
Captain's log, Stardate 8390.
Causing crystalline restructure, theoretically.
Chekov will issue a phaser and a communicator
Chekov, can you hear me?
Chekov, Pavel.
Chekov, you're breaking up. Please signal again.
Chemotherapy, funduscopic examinations.
ClC Command Duty Officer, Commander Rogerson.
Cloaking device is stable. All systems normal.
Cloaking device now available on all flight modes.
Closing in on the whales, bearing 328 degrees.
Cloud coverage 1 00%. Temperatures decreasing rapidly.
Come in, please.
Come in, please. Come in, please.
Come on, Chekov. Wake up.
Come on, Spock. it's me, McCoy.
Come on, why don't you let me give you a lift?
Come on.
Come on. What the hell were you guys really trying to do back there?
Commanders Uhura and Chekov are assigned to the uranium problem.
Communications officer as ready as she'll ever be.
Computer, resume testing.
Conceived by Kirk's son,
Conspiracy, assault on Federation officers,
Continue on course.
Continue tracking, Saratoga. We will analyse transmissions and advise.
Continue transmitting "Universal Peace" and "Hello"
Could the humpbacks' answer to this call be simulated?
Could they be part of the mating ritual?
Could you tell me where the nuclear vessels are?
Council is now in session.
D.H. Lawrence.
Damage control is easy. Reading Klingon, that's hard.
Damn it, do you want an acute case on your hands?
Damn it. Damn it. We've been so lucky.
David died most bravely.
Depends on how much shielding there is between us and the reactor.
Despite all attempts at banning whaling,
Despite all that they are teaching us,
Did braking thrusters fire?
Disobeying direct orders of the Starfleet Commander.
Do it.
Do not approach Earth.
Do whales attack people like in Moby Dick?
Do you have a message for your mother?
Do you mind if I ask you a few questions?
Do you see them?
Doctor, such unprofessional behaviour.
Does the species exist on any other planet?
Don't know anything about it?
Don't leave him in the hands of 20th century medicine.
Don't tell me fish stories, kiddo. l've known you too long.
Don't tell me you two are fighting again?
Don't tell me, they don't use money in the 23rd century.
Don't tell me. You're from outer space.
Don't worry.
Dr Nichols has offered to take us around the plant, personally.
Dr Nichols, I might be able to offer something to you.
Drilling holes in his head is not the answer.
Emergency channel 0130. Code Red.
Emergency lights.
Emergency. We have a security breach. General alarm.
Engage computers. Prepare for warp speed.
Even as this Federation was negotiating a peace treaty with us,
Even with planetary reserves, we cannot survive without the sun.
Everybody not going to Earth had better get off.
Everybody remember where we parked.
Evidently unaware that its transmissions are destructive.
Excelsior? Why in God's name would you want that bucket of bolts?
Exclusively devoted to whales.
Excuse me, sir, can you direct me to the naval base in Alameda?
Excuse me.
Excuse me.
Excuse me.
Excuse me. Excuse me, please.
Excuse me. We'll take that.