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Dorothy Catherine 'DC' Fontana, first female 'Star Trek' writer, passes away at 80

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Dorothy Catherine 'DC' Fontana, first female 'Star Trek' writer, passes away at 80Dorothy Catherine 'DC' Fontana, the first female writer for 'Star Trek', passed away. She was 80. According to the Star Trek website, Fontana died on Monday evening following a short illness.

The writer penned numerous stories for the original "Star Trek" TV series, and developed one of its signature characters, Spock. She...
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