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Product Details

  • Actors: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 20
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: December 15, 2009
  • Run Time: 4120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,129 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002PQ7JQK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,597 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

" Space...The Final Frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship, Enterprise. Its 5-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before!" The series is set in the 23rd century where Earth has survived World War III then moved on to explore the stars. Brought to you in a brilliant remastered edition….this is Star Trek like you’ve never seen it before!

Customer Reviews

We've been very happy with the quality, color & sound of the original episodes on blu-ray.
PNFR10
In fact, it seemed to me, at first, to really be just another way for more money to be milked out of both the fans and the series.
Ronald R. Allen Jr.
Even though I have already seen every episode of the original series, I love watching them as if it were the first time.
Vonita Burke

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578 of 609 people found the following review helpful By Jack Cards on November 14, 2008
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
When I first heard about the 40th anniversary remastered episodes, I was skeptical. Having seen the original Star Trek series on prime time TV in 1966, 67, & 68, and always liking it better than any of the other Star Trek series that came afterwards, I thought that it would be a huge mistake. I was wrong. These new effects are what Roddenbery would have done had he the budget and technology. They are not out of place; they very much have the feel and flavor of the live-action scenes and mesh perfectly. The live-action scenes themselves are now much sharper, colors more saturated, better contrast. Of course I have the complete series as it was originally broadcast- that is a must and I can't part with them. But the remastered episodes are just as essential. They are the original series episodes with the fine details that they have always deserved- even if it took 40 years to finally finish them. I can't imagine any of the original writers or directors having complaints about these remastered episodes- especially since they are in addition to, and not replacing- the series as it was first produced and broadcast.
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Format: Blu-ray
You can read my formal review at dvdivas.net

Depending on when you purchase this the individual sets MAY be a better deal (as of 12/09 they are about $24 less)

This is for the Blu-ray three season set. Many folks are rating this based on THE PRICE (that's not what the star sysem is for folks--it's for the overall quality of the sets)my rating is based on the quality of the sets, their packaging and the original episodes themselves NOT THE PRICE.

In a nutshell: The show looks terrific and you can toggle between the original visual effects and the new ones with ease most of the time. The writing for the first two seasons was top notch with the third very much a hit-or-miss affair. The show looks stellar with new digitally prepared "prints" that have been cleaned up, color corrected and had damage repaired.

Extras are virtually identical to the last DVD set which also had the new visuals but we also get 3 new "Trek" extras (for all three seasons) Billy Blackburn's behind-the-scenes footage. This color footage was shot on location but without sound which gives us a unique look behind the production of the show. Ideally CBS/Paramount would have incorporated these into a new featurette with narration by Blackburn, Nimoy, Shatner and others discussing production for the various episodes but they are nice to have here with Blackburn's memories of working on the show.

Included is the original unaired alternate pilot for "Where No Man Has Gone Before" which keeps the original visual effects intact as well as alterned music and the edit is slightly different compared to the aired version.
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250 of 282 people found the following review helpful By Eclectic Amazonian on November 13, 2006
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Star Trek was a ground-breaking series, but a few of the episodes (especially early in Season 1 before the main characters come into their own) are pretty painful to watch. 4 stars overall for the 3 seasons, but many of the episodes are 5-star. No doubt you have seen the show on TV (edited to fit in more commercials), and other reviewers on Amazon have written excellent reviews for the single season editions so I won't go into details. I just want to summarize some information that may be helpful in deciding whether to buy this set now, or wait until later...

First, the set I received had several defective disks (1,6,7 in the first season). The program freezes, then eventually skips from seconds to minutes of the show. Amazon has a good exchange policy, and I'm hoping I get a good set this time, but I won't know until I go through all the disks and that will take a while. At least one other reviewer has also recently (fall 2006) received defective disks, so it is likely that there is a bad batch at Amazon at this time.

- UPDATE: I received the replacement set and have watched all the episodes. It has defects too, but I'm keeping this one as they are relatively short, and only affect two episodes of the three seasons.

Second, as many people have noted in the single-season reviews, this has to be the most impractical packaging yet devised by man. The outer plastic cases don't stand upright on their own. They come with what looks like a sales display stand, and will stand upright in these, but I notice the individual stands have been reinforced and weighted in the bottom by what looks like leftover building material. Inside each case is a stack of plastic trays held together by cellophane tape.
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139 of 156 people found the following review helpful By Ronald R. Allen Jr. on November 24, 2008
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OK, bear with me a bit here. I need to explain something.

I am a Star Trek fan of long standing, 35+ years at this point.

When I first heard that the original series was going to be re-released with all new effects, I was less than thrilled. Maybe this attitude is foreign to the younger people, but there is, for me, a certain charm in the original effects. While I acknowledge that the effects in the original Star Trek are sometimes not slick as you see in modern films, people need to realize and appreciate that they were working before the time of computer generated graphics -- and on a television budget. In short, the effects on the original series stand as an example of what dedicated, talented people could do when it all had to be done "the hard way". And it seemed disrespectful, at least, of that achievement to replace the hard work of those people. In fact, it seemed to me, at first, to really be just another way for more money to be milked out of both the fans and the series.

Then I started thinking. And reading. And considering. And, finally, I decided to take a peek for myself.

What I found is that the new effects are, as expected, as perfect as only a computer can make them. Perfect effects are, really, getting to be a ho-hum thing to me. I realize and recognize that it still takes talent and skill to create effects using a computer, but, honestly, when you can realize on the screen literally anything you want as easily as anything else... well, it just isn't the same. There just isn't that sense of "Wow, how did they DO that?" anymore.

But...

What I also found was that great and loving care was taken to preserve and actually enhance the original episodes through the use of this new technology.

Regardless of any debate on the merits of doing it or not, it's done -- and the results are superb.

The accompanying "bonus features" are also quite good.
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Where to find Original Star Trek the way it first aired on TV on DVD?
You could order the blu-ray version, if have a blu-ray dvd player, since the original unenhanced episodes are also on the disc.
Apr 8, 2010 by Mike55 |  See all 9 posts
Blu ray remastered?
Yes, the blu-ray's are remastered. Remaster basically means a new primary print is created that serves as the "master" print for releases (TV, DVD, Blu-ray, VOD etc.) Remastering just means they re-transfered the episode/movie to High Definition. Since the original masters where in... Read More
Aug 6, 2013 by Joe |  See all 4 posts
Pacakging Inconsistency
oh brother...this is exactly my story !
I think the sets we paid so much for are rejects..wrinkled covers,a slip cover missing,etc..
This makes me mad !!
Aug 24, 2011 by C. Wilson |  See all 4 posts
Soundtracks on the Trek TOS Blu-rays
Yes, the original mono soundtracks are included.
Aug 23, 2013 by Charlie |  See all 7 posts
Out of stock
The old boxed sets will have cool looking graphics on each DVD and come encased in plastic boxes. The quality of these DVDs is equivalent to an upgraded version in quality, although you'll still see blemishes and video noise in the 2004 release of Star Trek.

The newer version, the remastered... Read More
May 27, 2009 by Frank Forrest |  See all 5 posts
check all disc's in all 3 seasons Be the first to reply
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