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Star Trek: The Complete First Season features the adventures of the U.S.S. Enterprise under the command of Capt. James Kirk (Shatner) and his first officer, Lt. Cmdr Spock (Nimoy) during the 23rd century. They are on a mission in outer space to explore new worlds, where the Enterprise encounters Klingons, Romulans, time paradoxes, tribbles and genetic supermen. All 29 first-run episodes on eight discs: The Man Trap, Charlie X, Where No Man Has Gone Before, The Naked Time, The Enemy Within, Mudd's Women, What Are Little Girls Made Of? Miri, Dagger of the Mind, The Corbomite Maneuver, The Menagerie Part I, The Menagerie Part II, The Conscience of the King, Balance of Terror, Shore Leave, The Galileo Seven, The Squire of Gothos, Arena, Tomorrow is Yesterday, Court Martial, The Return of the Archons, Space Seed, A Taste of Armageddon, This Side of Paradise, The Devil in the Dark, Errand of Mercy, The Alternative Factor, The City on the Edge of Forever, Operation: Annihilate!
In 1966, Star Trek set out to boldly go where no series had gone before, beginning a three-year mission that led to a franchise that would last decades. Here at last is the first season of the original series all in one box, 29 episodes in their original broadcast order. That means starting with "The Man Trap," and soon followed by "Where No Man Has Gone Before," the second pilot filmed and the first one starring William Shatner as Captain Kirk. The many highlight episodes include "Balance of Terror" and "Errand of Mercy" (introducing, respectively, the Romulans and the Klingons), the two-part "The Menagerie" (which recycled footage from the original pilot, "The Cage," which featured Christopher Pike as the captain of the Enterprise and is not included in this set), "Space Seed" (introducing Ricardo Montalban's Khan character), and "The City of the Edge of Forever" (written by sci-fi giant Harlan Ellison and considered by many the best-ever episode of the series).
The first-season DVD set is supplemented by 80 minutes of featurettes incorporating 2003-04 interviews with Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, other cast members, and producers, and some 1988 footage of Gene Roddenberry. The longest (24 minutes) featurette, "The Birth of a Timeless Legacy," examines the two pilot episodes and the development of the crew. Slightly shorter are "To Boldly Go... Season One," which highlights key episodes, and "Sci-Fi Visionaries," which discusses the series' great science fiction writers (most famously in "The City of the Edge of Forever"). Shatner shows off his love of horses in "Life Beyond Trek," and, more interestingly, Nimoy debunks various rumors in "Reflections of Spock." As they've done for many of the feature-film special editions, Michael Okuda and Denise Okuda provide a pop-up text commentary on four of the episodes filled with history, trivia, and dry wit. It's the first commentary of any kind for a Star Trek TV show, but an audio commentary is still overdue. The technical specs are mostly the same as other Trek TV series--Dolby 5.1, English subtitles--but with the welcome addition of the episode trailers. The plastic case is an attempt to replicate some of the fun packaging of the series' European DVD releases, but it's a bit clunky, and the paper sleeve around the disc case seems awkward and crude. Still, the set is a vast improvement both in terms of shelf space and bonus features compared to the old two-episode discs, which were released before full-season boxed sets became the model for television DVDs. --David Horiuchi
the new effects are really great, we are enjoying the set very muchPublished 16 hours ago by Cara Lillis
Always been a trekke.. been a long standing favorite in the si-fi category of mine, the remastered color and sound is goodPublished 4 days ago by Joel Glass
A wonderful series that helped set the gold standard for TV science fiction shows.Published 5 days ago by Stanley Horwitz
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|Major Sound Problems with Star Trek Season One on Blu-Ray.||
I have experienced several audio dropouts especially right after the camera angle icon disappears. I have to rewind then hit play to get the sound back. So far the problem has been the worse on one disc 1 the Charlie X episode. Outside of the dropouts I have had no problems with the sound. I'm... Read More
May 6, 2009 by J. Wiseman | See all 33 posts
|Cracked DVD Case||
call them at 1800 201 75 75 they will send you a new set and a free label to teturn the one with cracked case,as far as i knew there is nowhere to get large disc replacement cases
Dec 11, 2009 by Emma M. Mitchell | See all 3 posts
|Aspect Ratio? - Help||
The way that 4:3 images are encoded on a full-HD Blu-ray disc, the images IS stretched when you watch it with black bars on the sides, just as any other anamorphic image is stretched to fill a 16:9 screen without appearing distorted. In order to further stretch the image, your player or TV would... Read More
Jun 20, 2009 by Matt R. | See all 17 posts
|Same as the HD-DVD?||
They actually have both. You have the ability to watch with the new CGI or without.
Apr 23, 2009 by John Graham | See all 21 posts
|Where No Man - Alternate Pilot||
This is on the third season set of the show.
Mar 19, 2010 by Wayne Klein | See all 3 posts
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