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Star Trek Original Remastered 3 Seasons 1966

All 29 episodes of the first season of the classic science fiction series that boldly goes where no man has gone before.

Starring:
William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy

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1. The Man Trap

The series begins with Kirk and his crew at deadly risk from an alien creature that feeds on the salt in a human body and can take on any form.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 1 January 1966 50 minutes
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2. Charlie X

Captain Kirk must learn the limits to the power of a 17-year-old boy with the psychic ability to create anything and destroy anyone.

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3. Where No Man Has Gone Before

Kirk's friend, Gary Mitchell, is transformed into a God-like entity.

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4. The Naked Time

The crew is infected with a mysterious disease that removes people's emotional inhibitions to a dangerous degree.

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5. The Enemy Within

A transporter malfunction causes Captain Kirk to split into his "good" and "evil" selves, and a landing party will freeze to death if the crew is unable to find a way to merge the two Kirks back together.

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6. Mudd's Women

The Enterprise picks up a intergalactic conman, Harry Mudd, and three incredibly beautiful women who harbor a dark secret.

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7. What Are Little Girls Made Of?

Nurse Christine Chapel is reunited with her old fiance on Exo III, but the scientist has plans for Captain Kirk and the Federation.

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8. Miri

The Enterprise discovers a planet exactly like Earth, but the only inhabitants are children who contract a fatal disease upon entering puberty.

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9. Star Trek Original

Kirk investigates an experimental facility for holding prisoners and finds a sinister scheme

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10. The Corbomite Maneuver

After being forced to destroy a dangerous probe, a gigantic alien ship arrives to capture and condemn the Enterprise's crew as trespassers.

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11. The Menagerie: Part I

Spock hijacks the Enterprise to return an injured Captain Pike to Talos IV.

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12. The Menagerie: Part II

At Spock's court martial, he explains himself with mysterious footage about when Capt. Pike was kidnapped by powerful illusion casting aliens.

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13. The Conscience of the King

Kirk is one of the last survivors who can identify a mass killer, who lurks among a Shakespearean troupe aboard the Enterprise

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14. Balance of Terror

The Enterprise must decide on its response when a Romulan ship makes a destructively hostile armed probe of Federation territory.

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15. Shore Leave

The past three months has left the crew of the Enterprise exhausted and in desperate need of a break, but does this explain McCoy's encounter with a human-sized white rabbit or Kirk crossing paths with the prankster who plagued his days at Starfleet Academy?

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16. The Galileo Seven

Spock commands a stranded away team when their shuttlecraft is stranded on a planet with hostile natives.

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17. The Squire of Gothos

A being that controls matter and creates planets wants to play with the Enterprise crew.

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18. Arena

For bringing hostility into their solar system, a superior alien race pits Captain Kirk in single combat against the murderous reptilian captain of an alien ship he was pursuing.

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19. Tomorrow Is Yesterday

The Enterprise is thrown back in time to 1960s Earth.

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20. Court Martial

Captain Kirk's career is at stake when he is put on trial for the loss of a crewman during an ion storm.

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21. Star Trek Original

The Enterprise encounters a seemingly peaceful civilization run by a "benevolent" being named Landru...who intends for them to join his people.

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22. Space Seed

Capt. Kirk and his crew find and inadvertently revive a genetically augmented world conqueror and his compatriots from Earth's past.

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23. A Taste of Armageddon

The Enterprise arrives at a planet to establish diplomatic relations and finds itself in the middle of a "peaceful" war that threatens to destroy the ship.

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24. This Side of Paradise

The Enterprise investigates a planet whose colonists should be dead, but are not.

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25. The Devil in the Dark

The Enterprise is sent to a mining colony that is being terrorized by a mysterious monster.

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26. Errand of Mercy

Kirk and Spock battle Klingons to free Organia.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 23 March 1967 50 minutes
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27. The Alternative Factor

With a war with Klingons raging, Kirk and Spock attempt to resist an occupation of a planet with incomprehensibly placid natives.

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28. The City on the Edge of Forever

Kirk and Spock encounter a mysterious alien named Lazarus who claims to be hunting a ruthless maniacal creature.

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29. Operation -- Annihilate!

When a temporarily maddened Dr. McCoy alters history and eliminates his time, Kirk and Spock follow him to prevent it, but the price to do so is high.

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99. The Cage

Captain Pike of the Enterprise is kidnapped by aliens who have mastered illusion.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE 1 January 1966 1 hour, 3 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Action & Adventure
Director Marc Daniels
Starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy
Supporting actors DeForest Kelley
Season year 1966
Network CBS Studios International
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
In a very real sense, this is the one I was 'saving up for'. I own all three remastered seasons of the original STAR TREK but only the first is on Blu-ray. Why? Well, I kind of wanted just one major treat (in its current best possible showcase) so, for me, it became a case of choosing which season had the most magic and created the most impact when I was very young. In the end, emotion won out to cold, hard logic...

I love the fact that the first season is clearly finding it's feet (a problem for some fans, admittedly), that everyone involved is giving it absolutely everything they've got and, in the majority of episodes, all that effort really does show - the whole venture feels like a hugely exciting and entertaining step into the unknown. The second season, on the other hand, is a little more "Ain't we doin' good, guys?", a touch of ego, smugness and better restaurants, alongside the expected hike in confidence. As a consequence, it's a little less likeable. Only marginally, but still. The third season...well it tries hard, but it can't quite shake off a very real sense of fatigue and disappointment at the imposed budgetary contraints and a dismal network-scheduled timeslot.

The first season on Blu-ray is also beautiful to look at; the acting, the dialogue, the lighting...it's all first rate and leaps off the screen at the senses. And, of course, the wonderful new CGI. That's why it (my decision) makes perfect sense. Just one on Blu-ray, the rest on DVD. No dilution of the magic and a major treat by any other name. Anyone who's read my other reviews on seasons two and three will know how I feel about Star Trek, and why it remains the best tv sci-fi ever.

EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED - A FEW CHOICE MOMENTS...
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There have been a number of complaints about the packaging, content and visuals, some of which aren't quite accurate. Just to give those of you who have yet to buy this a clearer picture I will address some of points raised by others:

"The episode list isn't included in the packaging"

The episode list is included. The episodes are clearly listed on the inside on the front and back covers.

"The episodes aren't even in the right order"

Well, this depends on what you mean by 'right order'. The episodes are not organised by stardate, so from that perspective, no they aren't. However, the episodes follow the original order that they were aired, so from that point, they are in the right order.

"The first episode 'The Cage' doesn't even feature in the boxset at all."

Technically, wrong on both counts. 'The Cage' was a pilot episode which never actually aired during the original run of the series during the 60s. The first episode to actually air was 'The Man Trap' on the 8th Sept 1966. 'Where No Man Has Gone Before' is in fact the first episode of series 1 with regards to both its stardate and production date. However, Despite this, the DVD boxset does actually refer to it as episode 2. The only character to survive from the pilot to 'Where No Man Has Gone Before' is Spock. In addition, 'The Cage' practically features in its entirety in the two part 'The Menagerie' so you wont miss out.

"The remastering and GCI looks animated and worse than the original"

Firstly, there is nothing 'animated' about the appearance of the remastering or CGI. It is a vast improvement or the original and yet fits in very well without looking out of place. The fact is, this is not the original.
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Let's face it, the stories and subject matter of the episodes themselves have been discussed and reviewed at length in reviews of the previous releases of the series, therefore I shall concentrate this review on just the new box sets themselves, and of course on the new remastered and completely re-worked CGI effects (FX) contained in them.

First of all the box set packaging: The unbelievably slimline sets arrive in fancy steel cases, with artwork as pictured in this listings. Inside the steel case is a plastic DVD case the likes of which I'm starting to see a lot more often, of which I believe they refer to as a Scanavo 'brick' style case. Basically it is like a very fat version of an Amaray case that can hold up to 8 DVD's in a very small amount of space - two discs each set inside both the front and back of the case, and a fold out 'leaf' that can hold up to two discs on either side of it - in the case of season 1 there are the full 8 discs. The actual spindle/lock mechanisms that keep the discs in place are very strong, and it is quite hard to get the discs out without bending them....it can be quite fiddly at first, and somewhat of a strain. I believe after a little bit of use they should loosen up a bit, making it easier to get at the discs.

Now the episodes themselves have never looked better. I believe Youtube is a great source of side-by-side comparisons of the original FX and this all new, completely re-worked CGI FX. But let me tell you what I think...the new CGI looks astonishingly good. I believe CBS Digital purposefully never utilised the full capability of today's CGI wizardry, as if it came out looking 100% photo realistic, it would be jarring for the viewer when it went from space CGI FX to the live action sequences...
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