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Title:
To be Takei
Author:
Weber, Bill, film editor, film director.
Publication Information:
[United States] : Starz Media ; Rainbow Shooting Star Pictures, [2014]

Beverly Hills, CA : Anchor Bay Entertainment
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (93 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
The legendary George Takei has blazed his own trail while conquering new frontiers with a beaming trademark grin. Take a hilarious, entertaining, and moving look at the many roles played by eclectic 77-year-old actor/activist George Takei. The film offers unprecedented access to the daily life of George and his husband/business partner, Brad Takei, and chronicles his fascinating personal journey from Japanese American internment camp to his iconic and groundbreaking role as Sulu on Star Trek, and his rise as a pop culture icon.
General Note:
Title from container.
Language:
English
Personal Subject:
UPC:
013132623108
Format :
DVD

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Jennifer M. Kroot's documentary To Be Takei profiles the actor and activist George Takei, who became famous for playing Sulu on the original incarnation of Star Trek. Decades later, he would become a proud and openly gay man who built a large fan base thanks in part to his appearances on Howard Stern's radio show, and he used his newfound fame to champion the cause of LGBT rights. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi