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And the Children Shall Lead
Series: The Original Series
Written by: Edward J. Lasko
Directed by: Marvin Chomsky
Novelization in: Star Trek 12 by James Blish
Production information
Episode no.: 3x05
Production no.: 6149-60
First aired: 11 October 1968
Date: 2268
Stardate: 5029.5



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Christine ChapelPavel ChekovJerry FreemanGorganHadleyMary JanowskiJames T. Kirk • Roger Lemli • Ed Leslie • Don Linden • Leonard McCoy • Steve O'Connel • Montgomery ScottSpock • Starnes • Tommy Starnes • Hikaru Sulu • Ray Tsing Tao • Nyota UhuraVinci
Referenced only 

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise (Constitution-class)


Epsilon Indii • Marcus XII • Starbase 4 • Triacus

Races and cultures

Triacus marauder

States and organizations

Starnes Exploration Party • United Federation of Planets


auxiliary control • cyalodin • friendly angel • food synthesizerice cream • Lacunar amnesia • suicide • "Ring Around the Rosie"


Related stories


published order
Previous episode:
The Enterprise Incident
TOS episode produced Next episode:
Spock's Brain
Previous episode:
The Paradise Syndrome
TOS episode aired Next episode:
Is There In Truth No Beauty?
Previous story:
The Gamesters of Triskelion
Star Trek 12
Next story:
The Corbomite Maneuver
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
The Enterprise Incident
Pocket Next Adventure:
Dreams of the Raven
Previous Adventure:
The Flight of the Buccaneer
Voyages of the
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
(2264 to 2270)
Next Adventure:
Dreams of the Raven


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