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I bought this as a gift for my girlfriend and she is thrilled with it. We have spent many hours enjoying this DVD.Published 12 months ago by DataJeff
You won't be disappointed. The images are crisp and clear, bright and amazing. The sound is wonderful. And the show, well- this is a classic. Read morePublished 12 months ago by You Can Call Me "Books"
I watch it all the time, but was disappointed to find out there were only 6 episodes on the DVD. It leaves you wanting much more, but it gives you a fix if you don't want to spend... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Friends Don't Let Friends Vote Democrat
I hadn't seen the original series since I was a kid. It is still fun to watch even now.
It holds up well and the playful interactions between the cast is what keeps it... Read more
I am a big Star Trek Fan. This is a good way to see the original series for people who need the background.Published 19 months ago by Susan Watson
I really like this DVD it brought back good memories of the show and was a good price, warp speed.Published 21 months ago by John H. Sanders Jr.
A couple of months before I bought the entire three-season set Star Trek: The Complete Original Series DVD (Seasons 1-3), I bought this DVD The Best of Star Trek: The Original... Read morePublished 21 months ago by W. Hinson
Volume One was pretty good. "Tribbles" is a lot of fun. What should have been in volume 2 was "The "Menagerie", the re-edited 2-parter "The Cage" with Jeffery Hunter. Read morePublished 22 months ago by MHS
I gave Vol. 2 a four star rating because of "Where No Man Has Gone Before". I did not like this episode very much. It was boring. Read morePublished on October 18, 2012 by Independent Lady
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Does this DVD collection contain the new special effects, like the updated effects seen in a previous Star Trek DVD release with the modern digital visual effects, or do they contain the original special effects from the 1960s, as the episodes originally looked when first aired on TV? Thanks.
Jan 17, 2010 by bass boy | See all 2 posts
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