Star Trek III: The Search for Spock
In the aftermath of the Genesis planet’s creation and Spock’s heroic sacrifice to save the Enterprise crew, a somber Kirk and company return to Earth, where Kirk receives an unexpected visit from Spock’s father. Sarek is under the assumption that prior to his death, Spock gave Kirk his katra (or “living spirit”); it’s therefore Kirk’s responsibility to deliver Spock’s katra, along with his body, home to Vulcan. Unfortunately, Kirk left Spock’s body back on the Genesis planet, and he doesn’t have Spock’s katra— although he has a sneaking suspicion who does.
Klingon officer serving under Kruge in 2285. Maltz was captured after Kirk took Kruge's bird-of-prey following the death of Kruge and the other Klingon crew members.
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Marc Okrand devised the dialogue and coached the actors speaking the Klingon language heard in "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock," "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier," and "Star Trek VI: The Undis...