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Star Trek: The Undiscovered Country, released in theatres in 1991, marked the last of the Star Trek movies based solely on the original cast. In the plot of the movie, a historic Klingon peace initiative is nearly thwarted when Klingon chancellor Gorkon is assassinated, and Kirk and McCoy are accused of his murder.

The movie was directed by Nicholas Meyer[?] and written by Leonard Nimoy, Lawrence Konner[?], Mark Rosenthal[?] and Denny Martin Flinn[?].

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