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The 2008 DVD set benefits from the same remastering given to the other two seasons, though only the first was released in high definition (the now-defunct HD DVD format). Still, the episodes are substantially cleaned up to the point where they look quite good, rather than jarringly fuzzy to the modern viewer. And there are some new visual effects that are well-done, and obtrusive only to the strictest fans. Compare, for example, the dramatic close-up of the green-glowing U.S.S. Defiant in "The Tholian Web" with the original effect, which had the ship floating in a green haze. New bonus features are 11 more minutes of rare footage from extra Billy Blackburn; "Collectible Trek," a 14-minute discussion of rare Trek items, filmed in 2004 with the rest of the bonus content but not included on the previous DVD set; and the newly filmed "Captain's Log: Bob Justman," an affectionate nine-minute tribute to the series producer. Otherwise, the set retains almost all the special features from the 2004 set, including the features on Walter Koenig, George Takei, and James Doohan (who died the following year), plus the two versions of the series pilot, "The Cage," a restored color version and the original, never-aired version that alternates between color and black and white. Starring Jeffery Hunter as Captain Pike, Leonard Nimoy as a relatively emotional Spock, and Majel Barrett (the future Nurse Chapel and Mrs. Gene Roddenberry) as a frosty Number One, this pilot was rejected, but a second was commissioned, "Where No Man Has Gone Before," now considered the "official" beginning of the series. But "The Cage" is very recognizably Star Trek with its far-out concepts (telepathic aliens collecting species samples), sexy humanoid women, character development, and of course cheesy costumes and special effects. Footage was later reused in the season 1 two-parter, "The Menagerie." --David Horiuchi
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This remains the best science fiction ever. Super writing and plots trump special effects every time. Who were the idiots who canceled this series? Read morePublished 4 days ago by Mcgregor R. Pearce
I would've been fine without any touch ups, but the CGI adds some pop without detracting or distracting from these great episodes. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Bob in Syracuse
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|Star Trek Season 3 Remastered||
Yes, The Cage was remastered as well, and included in the Season 3 Remastered set.
The Cage was not added to the Remastered Syndication offering, and was the last one completed by the Remastering effects and restoration team.
Oct 15, 2008 by Martin Paternoster | See all 7 posts
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Sadly, I do not believe it does. My copy has subtitles in French and Spanish only. It doesn't even have English subtitles for the hard of hearing. *extreme sadfaceI*
Aug 27, 2013 by Nanie | See all 2 posts
The Blu rays have both the original effects and the upgraded CGI effects. I'm not sure about the DVD's. You can switch between the new and old effects while watching the episodes.
Aug 20, 2013 by Damon | See all 2 posts
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