|"What are Little Girls Made Of?"|
| Series Star Trek|
Season 1, Episode 7
|Air date||October 20th, 1966|
|Producers||Gene Roddenberry; Robert H. Justman; John D.F. Black|
|Starring||William Shatner; Leonard Nimoy|
"What are Little Girls Made of?" is the seventh episode of season one of the American science fiction television series Star Trek. It was directed by James Goldstone with a teleplay written by Robert Bloch. It first aired on NBC on October 20th, 1966. Like all episodes from the series, "What are Little Girls Made Of?" was digitally remastered with upgraded visual effects.
|William Shatner||Captain James T. Kirk|
|Leonard Nimoy||Mister Spock|
Guest Starring Edit
|Michael Strong||Doctor Roger Korby|
|Majel Barrett||Christine Chapel|
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