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Star Trek Generations General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. A PG film should not unsettle a child aged around eight or older. Unaccompanied children of any age may watch, but parents are advised to consider whether the content may upset younger, or more sensitive, children.

BBFC

Star Trek Generations

Directed by

David Carson

Starring

Actor
Character
Jonathan Frakes
Riker
Brent Spiner
Data
LeVar Burton
Geordi
Michael Dorn
Worf
Gates McFadden
Beverly
Marina Sirtis
Troi
Malcolm McDowell
Soran
James Doohan
Scotty
Walter Koenig
Chekov
William Shatner
Kirk
Capt. Harriman
Jacqueline Kim
Demora
Jenette Goldstein
Science Officer
Thomas Kopache
Com Officer
Glenn Morshower
Navigator
Tim Russ
Lieutenant
Tommy Hinkley
Journalist
John Putch
Journalist
Christine Jansen
Journalist
Michael Mack
Ensign Hayes
Dendrie Taylor
Lieutenant Farrell
Patti Yasutake
Nurse Ogawa
Granville Ames
Transporter Chief
Henry Marshall
Security Officer
Brittany Parkyn
Girl with Teddy Bear
Majel Barrett
Computer
Barbara March
Lursa
Gwynyth Walsh
B'Etor
Rif Hutton
Klingon Guard
Brian Thompson
Klingon Helm
Marcy Goldman
El Aurian Survivor
Jim Krestalude
El Aurian Survivor
Judy Levitt
El Aurian Survivor
Kristopher Logan
El Aurian Survivor
Gwen Van Dam
El Aurian Survivor
Kim Braden
Picard's Wife
Christopher James Miller
Picard's Nephew
Matthew Collins
Picard's Kid
Mimi Collins
Picard's Kid
Thomas Dekker
Picard's Kid
Madison Eginton
Picard's Kid
Olivia Hack
Picard's Kid
Sam Alejan
El-Aurian Survivor
David Keith Anderson
Ensign Armstrong
Lena Banks
Operations Division Ensign
Scott Barry
Klingon
Rina Bennett
Enterprise-B Officer
Pam Blackwell
El-Aurian Survivor
Carl David Burks
Ensign Russell
Cameron
Ensign Kellogg
Tracee Cocco
Ensign Jae
Andrew DePalma
El-Aurian
Steve Diamond
Command Division Officer
Tarik Ergin
Medical Technician
Gunnel Eriksson
Sciences Division Officer
Whoopi Goldberg
Guinan
Grace Harrell
Alien Civilian in Ten Forward
Kerry Hoyt
Operations Division Ensign
Randy James
Lt. Jones
Dale Kasman
Enterprise-B Officer
Stewart Lew
Crewman in Ten Forward
Lorine Mendell
Enterprise-B Crewman
Jerry L. Quinn
Enterprise-B Crewman
Keith Rayve
Command Division Officer
Raul Reformina
Command Division Officer
Lynn Salvatori
Antonia
Richard Sarstedt
Command Division Officer
Penny Smartt-Juday
Woman in Ten Forward
John Alex Tampoya
Enterprise-B Crewman
Dennis Tracy
Bolian Ten Forward Waiter
Guy Vardaman
Darien Wallace
D. Danny Warhol
Engineering Crewman running in hallway
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Year: 1995
 118 minutes (1 hrs 58 mins)
UK release date UK release: 10th February 1995
 BBFC Age Rating:  PG age rating
US release date US release: 18th November 1994
MPAA Age Rating: Star Trek Generations PG age rating 
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£20,398,013
256
Star Trek Generations
257

US total gross
$75,671,125
977
Star Trek Generations

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: PG
Genres
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 16

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Star Trek Generations
1N
£5,898,669
£5,898,669
1▲▼
£4,572,612
£10,471,281
1▲▼
£3,387,120
£13,858,401
2
£2,258,080
£16,116,481
3
£1,129,040
£17,245,521
4
£594,232
£17,839,753
5
£540,211
£18,379,964
4
£385,865
£18,765,829
6
£350,786
£19,116,615
6▲▼
£318,896
£19,435,511
3
£289,905
£19,725,416
5
£263,550
£19,988,966
7
£131,775
£20,120,741
10
£94,125
£20,214,866
13
£67,232
£20,282,098
13▲▼
£48,023
£20,330,121
16
£24,012
£20,354,133
20
£17,151
£20,371,284
21
£15,592
£20,386,876
21▲▼
£11,137
£20,398,013
Box Office Gross Flow
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5.9M
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594.2K
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263.6K
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