Universal Studios' "A Star Trek Adventure" (1992) was a main attraction at the Los Angeles theme park, and was used to demonstrate how movies are made in Hollywood. It replaced a previous, similar attraction based on Vaudeville type comedy. The action was filmed on videotape, not necessarily in order, and automatically cut together with existing stock footage from Star Treks II and III, to create a mini-movie - available to buy on VHS after the show.
Traditionally, the cast for each session of "A Star Trek Adventure" was selected from attendees to the Studios' tour, who rolled up early to stand on line, but four Klingons were selected each session from the "studio audience". A Klingon growl-off decided who would be Captain, ie. on the day I went, I won!
The director rehearses the Klingons.
Klingons rock! and Me to Kirk: "You have robbed us of our honour!
I demand that you execute us IMMEDIATELY!"
Them to me: "No way, dude!"
Me: No plie nie blimbo jah! (A running gag; it means whatever it needs to mean.)
Christopher Lloyd (far right) was my stand-in for the Klingon Captain's
scene opposite William Shatner as James T Kirk!
Me: No plie nie blimbo jah! And again: No plie nie blimbo jah!
Pretty cool, eh? I really must learn how to upload to Youtube...