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Star Trek Original Remastered 3 Seasons 1968

All 26 episodes from the second season of the Star Trek series that started it all.

Starring:
William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy

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1. Amok Time

Spock undergoes the Vulcan mating ceremony

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 1967
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2. Who Mourns for Adonais?

The Enterprise encounters an alien who claims to be the Greek god Apollo.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 1967
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3. The Changeling

The Enterprise encounters an ancient Earth probe bent on the sterilization of all life.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 1967
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4. Mirror, Mirror

Kirk, Scotty, McCoy and Uhura enter a parallel universe.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 1967
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5. The Apple

Kirk attempts to assist a primitive people that are ruled over by a computer named Vaal.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 1967
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6. The Doomsday Machine

The USS Enterprise encounters the wrecked USS Constellation and its distraught captain who's determined to stop the giant planet-destroying robot ship that killed his crew.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 1967
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7. Catspaw

Very alien visitors to our galaxy try to connect with human consciousness but miss, winding up tapping into the regions of human nightmares instead.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 1967
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8. I, Mudd

A takeover leads Kirk to his old nemesis, Harry Mudd

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 1967
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9. Star Trek Original

When their shuttle is diverted to a planetoid, Kirk, Spock, and McCoy encounter Earth's Warp Drive pioneer, Zefram Cochrane, who appears to have survived there alone for 150 years.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 1967
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10. Journey to Babel

The Enterprise hosts a number of quarrelling diplomats, including Spock's father, but someone on board has murder in mind.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 1967
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11. Star Trek Original

The Federation is in competition with the Klingons for an alliance with the inhabitants of Capella IV. The Capellans are a warrior tribe and there is dissension among them as to who to sign the mining rights treaty with. McCoy is familiar with their customs having once spent several months there.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 1967
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12. The Deadly Years

A landing party, including the command staff, is infected with a disease that causes rapid aging and senility.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 1967
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13. Obsession

The Enterprise must deal with a creature from Kirk's past that feeds on human blood.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 1967
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14. Wolf in the Fold

Kirk and the Enterprise Computer become detectives after Scotty is accused of murdering women on a pleasure planet.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 January 1967
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15. The Trouble with Tribbles

To protect a space station with a vital grain shipment, Kirk must deal with Federation bureaucrats, a Klingon battle cruiser and a peddler who sells furry, purring, hungry little creatures as pets.

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16. The Gamesters of Triskelion

Kirk, Chekov, and Uhura are kidnapped and forced to participate in a series of gladiatorial games.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 5 January 1968
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17. A Piece of the Action

Kirk investigates a planet with an Earth-like 1920's gangster culture.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 12 January 1968
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18. The Immunity Syndrome

The Enterprise encounters a gigantic energy draining space organism that threatens the galaxy.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 19 January 1968
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19. A Private Little War

Kirk becomes involved in an arms race when the Klingons equip a native people with superior weaponry.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 2 February 1968
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20. Return to Tomorrow

Telelpathic aliens take over Kirk and Spock's bodies.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 9 February 1968
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21. Star Trek Original

Looking for a missing Federation cultural observer, Kirk and Spock find themselves on a planet whose culture now models the German Nazi Party of old Earth in the 1930's.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 16 February 1968
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22. By Any Other Name

The Enterprise's command crew must thwart an invasion by aliens from another galaxy who plan to conquer this one.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: 23 February 1968
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23. The Ultimate Computer

The Enterprise finds a planet devastated by disease that appears to treat the American flag with great reverence.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 1 March 1968
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24. The Ultimate Computer

Starfleet uses the Enterprise to test a new super-sophisticated computer, but it soon develops a mind of its own.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 8 March 1968
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25. Bread and Circuses

The Enterprise crew investigates the disappearance of a ship's crew on a planet that is a modern version of the Roman Empire.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 15 March 1968
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26. Assignment: Earth

Kirk must decide whether to thwart or help a traveller from the future sent back to 1960s Earth on a secret mission.

PARENTAL-GUIDANCE Subtitles Runtime: 50 minutes Release date: 29 March 1968
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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Action & Adventure
Director Joseph Pevney
Starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy
Supporting actors DeForest Kelley
Season year 1968
Network CBS Studios International
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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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 2 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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I got the remastered Season 1 Blu-ray when it came out and also recently got hold of Season 2. Season 2's episodes remain strong, although with many of the same themes as episodes in Season 1 (and in fact a lot of common themes to the whole Star Trek universe, really, but that's no bad thing). The remaster again is visually very impressive. Not all scenes are as sharp and colourful as each other though. As with Season 1 there are a few soft and/or desaturated scenes that slightly mar an otherwise colourful and pleasing experience. There is a lot of detail and expression in facial close-ups, which I really appreciated. The sound, like Season 1, is a HD Master Audio 7-channel remaster. It's very impressive, although the dialogue is mixed rather low. It's great quality, just lower than the music. You may find yourself turning the episodes down form time to time during action scenes. Compared to Season 1, perhaps subjectively as I haven't had the chance to do a proper check, Season 2 seems a bit rougher visually and Kirk's voiceover on the opening music seems quieter. No real problems here, just odd, and perhaps related to the source material. It's also worth noting there are lots of little extras (including BD-Live ones) like there were with the Season 1 set. It's particularly nice to see a host of extras accompanying the 'trouble with tribbles' classic episode, on a disc of its own - a cartoon and a Deep Space Nine episode (upscaled with some heavy digital noise reduction if my eyes don't deceive me). One point of caution, again like Season 2, the last disc in the (UK) pack doesn't stay in its place very easily. It seems to pop out a lot. I store the boxes horizontally because of this, to avoid scratches. Overall then, not perfect, but a very impressive remaster of some classic sci-fi material than I'm fully happy with, in spite of a few minor niggles. Very highly recommended.
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Star Trek's second season isn't quite as strong as its first in terms of consistently great storylines although it is hard to find a story that could actually be considered mediocre. The real strength of this season is the great chemistry between the main characters which had begun to develop during season one. It's season two where the characters begin to really flourish. We get to learn more about Spock's vulcan background and culture in 'Amok Time' and even get to meet his parents in 'Journey To Babel'. Also the lighthearted/ humorous tone of some of these episodes also provides a great platform for viewers to get to know the characters better in more relaxed surroundings eg. 'The Trouble With Tribbles'.
Season Two is also notorious for its many episodes which involve Kirk, Spock and co. coming across a 'parallel earth' where the culture strongly reflects that of our own historic background. In reality for Star Trek this was a cost cutting exercise as many of the props that were used in these episodes date back to earlier times when they had been used in historic epics. Many of these type episodes were extremely successful eg. 'Patterns Of Force'(Nazi's), 'Bread And Circuses'(Romans) and 'A Piece Of The Action'(Mafia). There are also a few episodes where Kirk battles powerful computers - 'The Changeling', 'The Apple' and 'The Ultimate Computer' which is the continuation of a theme which was set in season one.

Generally, season two is extremely high quality and if the occasional story doesn't quite live up to the standard set in season one there exists a greater spirit of recognition and warmth between the characters which translates extremely well to the viewer which generally can only happen when a series has had a fair time to settle in.
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