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A personnel list of the Spacedock in orbit of Earth.

Unnamed

Cafeteria civilians

These civilians were present in the Cafeteria at the Spacedock in 2285, when the USS Enterprise returned home. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

They were played by unknown performers.


Cafeteria officers

These Starfleet officers were present in the cafeteria of the Spacedock when the USS Enterprise returned home, in 2285. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

They were played by unknown performers.


Spacedock controllers (2285)

Earth Spacedock control booth, 2285

Two Starfleet technicians

These two Starfleet technicians served as controllers for the Spacedock in 2285, when the USS Enterprise returned to Earth. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

These two technicians were played by unknown performers.


Spacedock controllers (2286)

Earth Spacedock control booth, 2286

Two Starfleet officers

These two Starfleet officers served as controllers for the Spacedock in 2286, when an unknown alien probe reached Earth and disabled all technology, including the Spacedock. (Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home)

These two officers were played by Thaddeus Golas (left pictured) and Martin Pistone (right pictured).


Woman in cafeteria

Woman in cafeteria

Woman in cafeteria

This unnamed woman was present in the cafeteria of the Spacedock when the USS Enterprise returned home, in 2285. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

The woman was played by Grace Lee Whitney, who normally played Janice Rand, but was only credited as "Woman in Cafeteria" in the film's credits. See here for more information.


Workman in cafeteria

Charles Correll spacedock workman

A workman

This workman was present in the cafeteria of the Spacedock, and witnessed the stealing of the USS Enterprise in 2285. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

The workman was played by director of photography Charles Correll in a cameo role.


Background information

More Spacedock personnel were originally to have been seen in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home than those that appear in the final version of that film. As the senior officers from the Enterprise journeyed through the facility's docking bay towards the new ship USS Enterprise-A, audience members – gathered by the space station's windows – were to have cheered the travelers on. "With everyone cheering, screaming and yelling, it would have been an emotional high," said Steve Meerson, who co-wrote the film's story. (The Making of the Trek Films, 3rd ed., p. 64)

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