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-**[[imdb>name/nm0447620/|Lukas Kendall]]** is an award-winning producer and actor, known for //Lucky Bastard// (2014), //Basil Poledouris: His Life and Music// (1997), in addition to //Free Enterprise//, in which he is credited for providing additional voices. He is also known as the editor and publisher of the film music appreciation newsletter and website, [[http://filmsscoremonthly.com|Film Score Monthly]].+<wrap lo>**[[imdb>name/nm0447620/|Lukas Kendall]]** is an award-winning producer and actor, known for //Lucky Bastard// (2014), //Basil Poledouris: His Life and Music// (1997), in addition to //Free Enterprise//, in which he is credited for providing additional voices. He is also known as the editor and publisher of the film music appreciation newsletter and website, [[http://filmsscoremonthly.com|Film Score Monthly]]. \\ \\
  
-His Star Trek credentials include producing most of the recent collector’s edition soundtrack CDs, including the 15-disc La-La Land Records TOS box set. He also assisted with the publication of "Return to Tomorrow," the oral history of //Star Trek: The Motion Picture//. In 2015, he wrote a seminal essay for TrekMovie.com, "[[http://trekmovie.com/2015/01/11/editorial-the-future-of-star-trek-its-the-story-stupid/|The Future of Star Trek: It’s the Story, Stupid]]," examining the franchise's fundamental appeal and the reasons why J.J. Abrams' Star Trek reboot is so polarizing.((Some of Kendall's biographical information adapted from [[http://trekmovie.com/2015/01/11/editorial-the-future-of-star-trek-its-the-story-stupid/|TrekMovie.com]].)) {{:axamonitor-ico.gif?nolink|}}+His Star Trek credentials include producing most of the recent collector’s edition soundtrack CDs, including the 15-disc La-La Land Records TOS box set. He also assisted with the publication of "Return to Tomorrow," the oral history of //Star Trek: The Motion Picture//. In 2015, he wrote a seminal essay for TrekMovie.com, "[[http://trekmovie.com/2015/01/11/editorial-the-future-of-star-trek-its-the-story-stupid/|The Future of Star Trek: It’s the Story, Stupid]]," examining the franchise's fundamental appeal and the reasons why J.J. Abrams' Star Trek reboot is so polarizing.((Some of Kendall's biographical information adapted from [[http://trekmovie.com/2015/01/11/editorial-the-future-of-star-trek-its-the-story-stupid/|TrekMovie.com]].))</wrap> {{:axamonitor-ico.gif?nolink|}}
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