Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country

Production used clapperboard



An original clapperboard used in the production of the 1991 Star Trek picture The Undiscovered Country starring William Shatner and directed by Nicholas Meyer.

This clapperboard was ulitised during the production by the second unit under the direction of producer Steven-Charles Jaffe who was responsible for footage such as the Alaskan glacier shots used in the movie. This perspex A camera clapperboard is etched '2nd Unit' and "STAR TREK VI" in green writing, it bears Jaffe's name as director and also that of second unit DOP John Fante in addition to markings relating to scene number, take number, FPS and date from its last use which are applied stickers reading 6.7.91. The board features a wooden clapstick and has some tape to the reverse including one with B written in red marker, this would have been applied over the A if using the board for shots with B camera.

The clapperboard measures approximately 11" x 9.5" and remains in excellent production used condition.

From the collection of producer and second unit director Steven-Charles Jaffe.

A very rare example of an original clapperboard from the Star Trek franchise.

Movie / TV Show Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country