Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country quiz

Answer these questions about the sixth film in the Star Trek movie franchise, and the last to feature the original series cast.
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Last updated: December 4, 2018
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What is the name of the Klingon moon that explodes at the beginning of the film?
Which former Enterprise crew member is now in command of their own ship?
Hikaru Sulu
What is the name of the Klingon Chancellor whose assassination threatens the peace accords?
In addition to Captain Kirk, who is arrested and tried by the Klingons for the Chancellor's murder?
Dr. McCoy
Where are the two of them imprisoned?
Rura Penthe
Which shapeshifer pretends to help them escape, then tries to kill them instead?
Which Starfleet officer, played by Kim Cattrall, is a member of the conspiracy?
What actor portrays Klingon general Chang?
Christopher Plummer
The attack on the Klingon Chancellor's ship was staged using a prototype ship that can fire weapons while also doing what?
What human writer does General Chang quote to Kirk during their battle?
William Shakespeare
The actor who played Colonel West, a Starfleet officer disguised as a Klingon, also portrayed which character in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine?
Which actor from Star Trek: The Next Generation has a cameo in this film as an ancestor of their character?
Michael Dorn
Level 77
Sep 5, 2018
You might point out that Colonel West appeared only in scenes originally deleted from the theatrical version.
Level 66
Sep 5, 2018
Did he? It's been many years since I last watched this film (even though it's my second favorite Trek film). I went off the Wikipedia article and Memory Alpha article, and didn't see that in either place. If that's the case I may just change the question.