Barbie Gets Beamed Up For 'Star Trek' 50th Anniversary Collection

Star Trek Barbie Dolls: Uhura, Kirk and Spock
"Star Trek" is getting the Barbie treatment with new collectible figures of Captain James T. Kirk, Spock and Uhura from Mattel and CBS Consumer Products to mark the 50th anniversary of the iconic science fiction franchise. (Image credit: Mattel / CBS Consumer Products)

Two 1960s icons get mashed up as Mattel has created Barbie versions of James. T. Kirk, Spock and Nyota Uhura for the 50th anniversary of "Star Trek."

Created in partnership with CBS Consumer Products, these Star Trek-themed 50th Annviersary Barbie Collection figures have the likenesses of William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, and Nichelle Nichols, and are shown with a phaser and tricorder. Take a look:

The new "Star Trek" 50th Annviersary Barbie Collection from Mattel and CBS Consumer Products features the likenesses of Nichelle Nichols as Uhura (with tricorder and communicator), William Shatner as Kirk (with phaser) and Leonard Nimoy as Spock. (Image credit: Mattel / CBS Consumer Products)

The figures are scheduled to debut in stores this month, with a suggested retail price of $34.99.

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