Star Trek Original (Remastered) 3 Seasons 1967

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The Enterprise arrives at a planet to establish diplomatic relations and finds itself in the middle of a "peaceful" war that threatens to destroy the ship.

Starring:
William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy
Runtime:
51 minutes
Original air date:
February 23, 1967

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A Taste of Armageddon

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Season 1
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    1. The Man Trap The series begins with Kirk and his crew at deadly risk from an alien creature that feeds on the salt in a human body and can take on any form.

    TV-PG 51min January 1, 1966
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    2. Charlie X A powerful teenage boy wreaks havoc aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise.

    TV-PG 51min September 15, 1966
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    3. Where No Man has Gone Before Kirk's friend, Gary Mitchell, is transformed into a God-like entity.

    TV-PG 51min September 22, 1966
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    4. The Naked Time The Enterprise crew catch a virus that removes their inhibitions.

    TV-PG 51min September 29, 1966
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    5. The Enemy Within A transporter malfunction causes Captain Kirk to split into his "good" and "evil" selves, and a landing party will freeze to death if the crew is unable to find a way to merge the two Kirks back together.

    TV-PG 51min October 6, 1966
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    6. Mudd's Women The Enterprise picks up a intergalactic conman, Harry Mudd, and three incredibly beautiful women who harbor a dark secret.

    TV-PG 51min October 13, 1966
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    7. What are Little Girls Made of Nurse Christine Chapel is reunited with her old fiance on Exo III, but the scientist has plans for Captain Kirk and the Federation.

    TV-PG 51min October 20, 1966
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    8. Miri A strange group of children are discovered on an Earth-like planet.

    TV-PG 51min October 27, 1966
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    9. Dagger of the Mind Kirk investigates an experimental facility for holding prisoners and finds a sinister scheme

    TV-PG 51min November 3, 1966
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    10. The Corbomite Maneuver Kirk bluffs his way past what appears to be a powerful alien.

    TV-PG 51min November 10, 1966
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    11. The Menagerie, Part 1 Spock hijacks the Enterprise to return an injured Captain Pike to Talos IV.

    TV-PG 50min November 17, 1966
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    12. The Menagerie, Part 2 Spock hijacks the Enterprise to return an injured Captain Pike to Talos IV.

    TV-PG 51min November 24, 1966
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    13. The Conscience of the King Kirk is one of the last survivors who can identify a mass killer, who lurks among a Shakespearean troupe aboard the Enterprise

    TV-PG 51min December 8, 1966
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    14. Balance of Terror After attacking an outpost, Romulans battle the Enterprise.

    TV-PG 51min December 15, 1966
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    15. Shore Leave On shore leave, the crew's thoughts come to life.

    TV-PG 51min December 29, 1966
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    16. The Galileo Seven Spock commands a stranded away team when their shuttlecraft is stranded on a planet with hostile natives.

    TV-PG 51min January 5, 1967
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    17. The Squire of Gothos A powerful entity known as Trelane torments the crew of the Enterprise.

    TV-PG 51min January 12, 1967
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    18. Arena Kirk is pitted in a barehanded duel with a Gorn.

    TV-PG 51min January 19, 1967
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    19. Tomorrow is Yesterday The Enterprise is thrown back to 20th century earth.

    TV-PG 51min January 26, 1967
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    20. Court Martial Captain Kirk's career is at stake when he is put on trial for the loss of a crewman during an ion storm.

    TV-PG 51min February 2, 1967
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    21. The Return of the Archons The Enterprise encounters a seemingly peaceful civilization run by a "benevolent" being named Landru...who intends for them to join his people.

    TV-PG 51min February 9, 1967
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    22. Space Seed Kirk meets Khan, a leader of Earth's Eugenics War.

    TV-PG 51min February 16, 1967
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    23. A Taste of Armageddon The Enterprise arrives at a planet to establish diplomatic relations and finds itself in the middle of a "peaceful" war that threatens to destroy the ship.

    TV-PG 51min February 23, 1967
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    24. This Side of Paradise The Enterprise visits a colony where indigenous flower spores provide the settlers with peaceful contentment.

    TV-PG 51min March 2, 1967
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    25. The Devil in the Dark An unknown monster threatens a mining operation.

    TV-PG 51min March 9, 1967
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    26. Errand of Mercy Kirk and Spock battle Klingons to free Organia.

    TV-PG 51min March 23, 1967
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    27. The Alternative Factor Kirk and Spock encounter a mysterious alien named Lazarus who claims to be hunting a ruthless maniacal creature.

    TV-PG 51min March 30, 1967
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    28. The City on the Edge of Forever Kirk and Spock go back in time to save McCoy.

    TV-PG 51min April 6, 1967
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    29. Operation Annihilate! Kirk and the Enterprise must combat parasitic aliens.

    TV-PG 51min April 13, 1967
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    99. The Cage Captain Pike of the Enterprise is kidnapped by aliens who have mastered illusion.

    TV-PG 1h 4min October 15, 1988

Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Adventure, Action
Director Joseph Pevney
Starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy
Supporting actors David Opatoshu, Gene Lyons, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, Barbara Babcock, Miko Mayama, David L. Ross, Nichelle Nichols, Sean Kenney, Robert Sampson, Majel Barrett, Bill Blackburn, John Burnside, Frank da Vinci, Jeannie Malone, Eddie Paskey, Ron Veto
Season year 1988
Network CBS
Executive Producer Gene L. Coon
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524 of 542 people found the following review helpful By Matthew T. Weflen VINE VOICE on May 4, 2009
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The Program:

If I could find something new to say about Star Trek, that would be a feat in itself. Let it suffice to say that it's the most successful TV sci-fi franchise of all time, was a pioneering show in many respects, and is just darned entertaining to watch, whether you're a "true believer" or not.

Season One of the Original Series is a great place to start for newbies and fanatics alike. We are introduced to the Romulans, Klingons, Khan, Starfleet, the Federation of Planets, and the whole crew short of Chekov, who appears in Season Two. We are presented with 29 episodes, at least 6 of which are absolute masterpieces, and another 10 of which are really, really good. In this package, you'll get classics such as "The City on The Edge of Forever," "Where No Man Has Gone Before," "Balance of Terror," "The Menagerie," "The Devil In The Dark," and "Space Seed." Overall, it's the Original Series' strongest season, and it only has two real clunkers in the group ("Shore Leave" and "The Galileo Seven").

There's really not a whole lot to be faulted in this season. It's an absolutely rock solid item for any Trekkie, and indeed any sci-fi fan, to own.

The Blu-Ray:

So the question becomes, how is the presentation?

Well, it should be said right off the bat that the HD transfers of these shows are absolutely sparkling. Detail is through the roof, making every smile line, button and dial, star, and ship detail just pop right off the screen. Black levels are rock solid, especially in space scenes. Color saturation is deeper than deep, and bright colors are radiant in a way that the previous DVDs just can't replicate.
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297 of 319 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 12, 2007
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To rebut another review, anything professionally shot on 35 mm film, whether from the 1960s or 2007, is natively high-definition--that is, the amount of information that has been recorded on the MASTER is equal to or greater than HD standards. It's only the duplications that, until HD mastering, were of lesser definition. That's the reason studios at first were so hesitant to adopt HD DVDs--it diminished the value of their master if everyone had a copy as good. So when a film is remastered in HD from an original film master in good condition, it's true HD and not "extra pixels filling in empty space." Remastering, of course, can be done well or poorly, accounting for differing quality in the final product. Anyone who's seen these remastered episodes knows how fantastic they are--both for how great they look and, yes, how they show up the wooden sets and cheap costumes, etc. from the period. But that's part of the fun! What's astonishing is how well this show holds up in HD, and how much the new effects extend its original vision. Kudos to the remastering creative team and crew for a Star Trek experience that's reverent to the original yet new again!
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295 of 324 people found the following review helpful By Servo VINE VOICE on June 29, 2004
Format: DVD
With practically all of the Star Trek spinoffs now available as season sets, Paramount Home Entertainment FINALLY delivers the highly anticipated Star Trek - The Complete First Season on DVD this August 31, in an 8-disc collectible box set. The box will contain all 29 episodes - in airdate order - from Season One of the original Star Trek series, along with newly produced bonus features exclusive to this DVD release. The contents of the DVDs are as follows:
Disc 1: The Man Trap, Charlie X, Where No Man Has Gone Before**, The Naked Time
Disc 2: The Enemy Within, Mudd's Women, What Are Little Girls Made Of?, Miri
Disc 3: Dagger of the Mind, The Corbomite Maneuver, The Menagerie Part I**, The Menagerie Part II**
Disc 4: The Conscience of the King**, Balance of Terror, Shore Leave, The Galileo Seven
Disc 5: The Squire of Gothos, Arena, Tomorrow is Yesterday, Court Martial
Disc 6: The Return of the Archons, Space Seed, A Taste of Armageddon, This Side of Paradise
Disc 7: The Devil in the Dark, Errand of Mercy, The Alternative Factor, The City on the Edge of Forever
Disc 8: Operation: Annihilation
** These four episodes have text commentary by Michael Okuda and Denise Okuda.
Disc 8 of the DVD also includes the following special features:
*"The Birth of a Timeless Legacy" - The definitive telling of how it all began: from the first pilot, "The Cage," (which will be included on the Season 3 set, and will be the same two versions released before) to reshooting the pilot with William Shatner, to the many challenges leading up to its premiere on NBC in 1966. Included are interviews with cast and network executives and producers. Also featured are new interviews with William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, and Robert Justman.
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154 of 168 people found the following review helpful By Gary Tooze on April 19, 2009
Format: Blu-ray
I am probably one of the few that actually own it. I am a reviewer and have an early copy. It looks and sounds magnificent. Each of the 7 Blu-ray discs are dual-layered (47+ Gig) and each episode takes up between 7.5 - 12 Gig of space. I've compared screen grabs to the old 2000 DVDs on the DVDBeaver website and anyone can plainly see the incredible superiority. The image is stunning and the 7.1 sound is over 4000 kpbs. These are even better transfers than the HD-DVDs.
I give a very strong recommendation. Great value in my opinion.
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