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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Season 4

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Season 4

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Director: Alexander Singer, Avery Brooks, David Livingston, James L. Conway

Cast: Alexander Singer, Avery Brooks, David Livingston, James L. Conway

This boxed set contains the complete fourth season of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine on DVD from Paramount. Originally produced from 1995-1996, the 25 original broadcast episodes are available on seven discs. Presented in a standard full-frame transfer with Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. Subtitles are available in English. The special features include four


This boxed set contains the complete fourth season of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine on DVD from Paramount. Originally produced from 1995-1996, the 25 original broadcast episodes are available on seven discs. Presented in a standard full-frame transfer with Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. Subtitles are available in English. The special features include four exclusive featurettes. "Charting New Territory: Deep Space Nine Season Four" explores the major highlights of season four from the two-part season opener, "The Way of the Warrior, to the season finale, "Broken Link." Includes interviews with executive producer Ira Steven Behr, director Avery Brooks, and writer Ronald D. Moore. "Crew Dossier: Worf" is an exclusive interview with actor Michael Dorn about his decision to join the cast. "Michael Westmore's Aliens: Season Four" examines the creations of the creatures on the show. "Deep Space Nine Sketchbook: John Eaves" features the preliminary illustrations for a few episodes. With over 20 hours of material, this exhaustive DVD box set is in keeping with Paramount's other fine releases of the series.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The 26 episodes of the 1995-96 season collected in this deluxe box set represent Deep Space Nine at its creative peak. Practically every show is noteworthy for one reason or another, and the cast members inhabit their characters' skins to a remarkable degree. Season 4 is distinguished by the cast addition of Michael Dorn's Worf, the Klingon commander who migrated to Deep Space Nine after Star Trek: The Next Generation left the air. Worf figures prominently in the two-part season opener, "The Way of the Warrior," which is one of the series' best stories. It begins as the Klingons attack Cardassia, annulling the existing peace treaty with Federation members and irrevocably shifting the sector's balance of power. With a full-scale Klingon insurgence pending, Worf is forced to decide, once and for all, which side he is on. Extremely well written, suspenseful, and character driven, the two-parter shows this Star Trek spin-off at its very best. Other notable episodes from this group include "The Visitor," "Rejoined," "Little Green Men," "Paradise Lost," and "Rules of Engagement." More than the previous seasons, this cycle reflects the care with which the writers, directors, and cast members gradually have modified the principal personae; without exception, the Deep Space Nine crew members are now multilayered characters whose passions, pursuits, and problems drive most of the story lines. Avery Brooks is in particularly fine fettle as Captain Benjamin Sisko; equally impressive are Nana Visitor as First Officer Kira Nerys, Rene Auberjonois as shape-shifting security chief Odo, Colm Meaney as chief engineer Miles O'Brien, Terry Farrell as officer Jadzia Dax, and Armin Shimerman as the crafty Quark.

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[Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]

Special Features

Closed Caption; Available for the first time in 5.1 Surround; Charting New Territory: Deep Space Nine Season Four - discusses the addition of Worf to the cast and major season four highlights including the episodes "Rejoined," "Little Green Men," "The Way of the Warrior" and the season finale "Broken Link." Also features new interviews with Ira Steven Behr, Ronald D. Moore, Robert Hewitt Wolfe, Avery Brooks, Terry Farrell and Susanna Thompson.; Crew Dossier: Worf - an exclusive new interview with Michael Dorn discussing his decision to join the series, playing opposite Terry Farrell and enriching the Worf character.; Michael Westmore's Aliens: Season Four - an examination of good and evil creatures - from the beloved "Morn" to the loathsome Letheans.; Deep Space Nine Sketchbook: John Eaves - illustrator John Eaves discusses his original drawings for the episodes "The Way of the Warrior," "Our Man Bashir," "The Sword of Kahless," "Hard Time" and others.; Photo gallery; Full screen; Dolby Digital: English 5.1 Surround, English Dolby Surround; English subtitles; Chapter log (scene selection)

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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc 1
1. Changeling Sweep
2. The Blood Will Tell
3. Unsettling Times
4. Warning Shot
5. Prune Juice, Chilled
6. Not Forthcoming
7. Duty and Loyalty
8. Eager to Fight
9. Deeds Worthy of Song
10. With the Wind
11. Cloaked
12. Attack Pattern Omega
13. It's Insidious
14. This Old Cat
15. We Do Not Forget
16. Lieutenant Commander
1. A Dark and Stormy Night
2. It's Life, Jake
3. This Is My Home
4. Outside of Time
5. Collected Stories
6. What Little Time We Have
7. Last Chance
8. Cutting the Cord
1. Prisoners
2. Vigilance
3. Death Never Came
4. The Strong Survive
5. Silent Gods
6. I Am the Proof
7. Our One Chance
8. The Killing
Side #2 -- Disc 2
1. Ghosts of Yesteryear
2. Personal Reasons
3. The Ravinok
4. Remains
5. Her Name Was Tora
6. Ziyal
7. The Survivors
8. Always a Choice
1. Past Life Present
2. Taboo
3. Mature Adults
4. 2200 at Quark's
5. Stardate 49195.5
6. Eyes Wide Open
7. Never Again
8. Worth the Price
1. Return Fire
2. Atmospheric Entry
3. Sealing the Bulkhead
4. Where's the Greed?
5. Tell Me a Story
6. I Only Need One Shot
7. The Bigger the Risk
8. Never Give Up the Game
1. Boyhood Treasures
2. A Good Spot
3. Roswell, 1947
4. Welcome to Earth
5. Some Kind of Martian
6. The Riskier the Road
7. Ripe for Conquest
8. Hangar 18
Side #3 -- Disc 3
1. Storyteller
2. The Eye of Destiny
3. A Worthy Quest
4. Antiquity
5. The Sword Will Unite
6. Coming Into Focus
7. Poisoned Minds
8. When It Is Destined
1. Bashir, Julian Bashir
2. Kowloon, 1964
3. In the Buffer
4. Who Is Dax?
5. Dr. Noah's Lair
6. Diabolical Visionary
7. Kiss the Girl
8. New World Order
1. Day of Mourning
2. The Heartbreak
3. Our Gods Are Dead
4. Saving Paradise
5. The Best of the Best
6. Infiltration
7. Weight of the World
8. Only the Beginning
1. A Time for Caution
2. By the Numbers
3. Acts of Treason
4. Only Four
5. He's a Shape-Shifter
6. However Long It Takes
7. We Fight
8. The Wrong War
Side #4 -- Disc 4
1. Raktajino, Extra Hot
2. The True Way
3. A Fervent Opinion
4. Odo's Burden
5. Falling
6. Not Even Humanoid
7. Alone in the Rubble
8. Essentials
1. Punished Accordingly
2. In a Military Manner
3. With Impunity
4. Seeking Forgiveness
5. Fate Has Smiled
6. A Bigger Prize
7. The Only Cardassian
8. Deeply Intertwined
1. Tactics of Distraction
2. Mauk-To'var
3. The Limit
4. An Honorable Motive
5. Death Wish
6. Under Cloak
7. Instinct
8. Rodek, Son of Noggra
1. Moogie's Home Remedy
2. Standard Provisions
3. Union Man
4. A New Enterprise
5. Slips, Strips or Bars
6. Lust for Latinum
7. In Unity
8. A Wise Decision
Side #5 -- Disc 5
1. Blessings
2. Two Emissaries
3. Our D'jarras
4. Orb Shadow
5. Flightless Birds
6. A Good Rivalry
7. For the Sisko
8. Of Bajor
1. Burden of Proof
2. Heart on Trial
3. Starfleet Protection
4. Cloak and Run
5. Icing on the Cake
6. Bear the Stigma
7. My Battlefield
8. Something to Prove
1. Twenty Cycles
2. I Used to Dream
3. Patterns in the Sand
4. Just Like That
5. Now More Than Ever
6. Tether
7. Ee'char
8. Kindness With Blood
1. Lost and Found
2. Keeping Terok Nor
3. The Exact Same Smile
4. Out of Time
5. Warp Shadows
6. Real or Imagined
7. A Fine Ship
8. Always
Side #6 -- Disc 6
1. The Family Way
2. Onaya
3. Find Your Peace
4. Let Them Flow
5. All the Reason
6. My Beloved Wife
7. One Great Burst
8. Anslem
1. Perfect Opportunity
2. A Duplicitous Bunch
3. Change of Orders
4. But Not This
5. We Wait With Them
6. As Tabalian Glass
7. One Step Ahead
8. Something About Home
1. Wormhole's Edge
2. The Iconian Gateway
3. Betraying Heaven
4. Core of Our Being
5. Breach of Discipline
6. All That Matters
7. Victory Is Life
8. Next Time We Meet
1. Come to Quark's
2. The Mark
3. Cry for Help
4. No Promises
5. Except Kukalaka
6. Cumulative Effect
7. A Chance to Live
8. The Healing Touch
Side #7 -- Disc 7
1. The Synthenol King
2. Change of Address
3. Brunt of the Matter
4. One Step at a Time
5. Preferably Bloodless
6. The Divine Treasury
7. Weak Lobed Degenerates
8. Assets
1. State of Fluctuation
2. The Founders
3. I Live in Hope
4. So Many Naked Men
5. Sacred Law
6. We'll Wait
7. And What I've Lost
8. Flashes of Memory

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Season 4 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Ams200 More than 1 year ago
In my opinion DS9 really became great in season 4. Season 3 was good, but it really picks up this season. The season opener, "The Way of the Warrior" is one of the strongest, and most engaging of the series. This trend continues throughout the season, all the way through the finale, "Broken Link", which once again sling-shots you right into the next season. The acting, and stories all improve this season as well. All in all season 4 of Deep Space NIne stands out as one of the top seasons of the show.
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