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Doctor Who - The Crusade / Space Museum [VHS] [196&hellip <b>VHS</b> ~ William Hartnell
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
This boxset contains a single video containing episodes one and three of The Crusade with William Rusell (Ian Chesterton) commentating linking narration, and The Space Museum in its fullness. Also, with this boxset, there comes four postcards, three of whihc are photographs taken from The Crusade, and one which is taken from The Space Museum, a TARDIS keyring and a CD of the missing episodes two and four of The Crusade are also with this boxset. This is an essential for all fans, since not only is it limited, but contains the newly re-discovered episode one of The Crusade - it's well worth its money!
Star Trek The Next Generation: Volume 12 [VHS] <b>VHS</b> ~ Patrick Stewart
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
In "Skin Of Evil" Lt. Natasha Yar is killed, whilst in "We'll Always Have Paris" Captain Jean-Luc Picard meets an old girlfriend.
Star Trek The Original Series: Volume 2.4 [VHS] <b>VHS</b> ~ William Shatner
In "Mirror, Mirror", Captain Kirk, Doctor McCoy, Lt. Commander Scott, and Lt. Uhura are transported to a parrallel universe, where the crew are savage, and most notably, Commander Spock has a beard.
In "The Deadly Years", Captain Kirk, Commander Spock, Doctor McCoy, and Lt. Commandr Scott, get radiation sickness from Gamma Hydra IV, causing them to age rapidly. Meanwhile, the Enterprise is heading into Romulan space.
In "I, Mudd", Harry Mudd returns (first appearing in "Mudd's Women") this time being discovered on an android-ruled planet. The entire crew gets beamed down to the planet's surface, with Android's in command of the ship.