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| Series Star Trek|
Season 2, Episode 4
|Air date||October 6th, 1967|
|Producers||Gene L. Coon; Gene Roddenberry; Robert H. Justman|
|Starring||William Shatner; Leonard Nimoy; DeForest Kelley|
"Mirror, Mirror" is the fourth episode of season two of the science fiction television series Star Trek and the thirty-third episode of the series overall. It was directed by Marc Daniels with a script written by Jerome Bixby. It first aired on NBC on October 6th, 1967.
Principal Cast Edit
|William Shatner||Captain Kirk|
|Leonard Nimoy||Mr. Spock|
|DeForest Kelley||Dr. McCoy|
Guest Stars Edit
|John Winston||Lt. Kyle|
|Pete Kellett||Kirk's henchman|
Uncredited cast Edit
|Bill Blackburn||Lieutenant Hadley|
|Roger Holloway||Lieutenant Roger Lemli|
|Eddie Paskey||Lieutenant Ed Leslie|
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See also Edit
The World of Star Trek
Star Trek miscellaneous
2267 | 23rd century | Captain | Doctor | Extraterrestrial | Laser weapons | Mirror Universe | Planet | Security guard | Space ship | Space travel | Teleportation | Type 1 phaser | USS Enterprise NCC-1701 | Vulcans