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Star Trek - The Original Series - Season 2

Star Trek - The Original Series - Season 2

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Director: Gene Nelson, James Komack, John M. Lucas, Joseph Pevney

Cast: Gene Nelson, James Komack, John M. Lucas, Joseph Pevney


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The DVD release of what many fans consider the best season of the original Star Trek series continues the high standards set by not only the outstanding season one release but by all Trek box set releases. With its 26 episodes spread out over seven discs (each presented with razor-sharp picture quality and a super Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround Sound audio


The DVD release of what many fans consider the best season of the original Star Trek series continues the high standards set by not only the outstanding season one release but by all Trek box set releases. With its 26 episodes spread out over seven discs (each presented with razor-sharp picture quality and a super Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround Sound audio mix), this season two set boldly goes with some of the series' most memorable stories. Classics included here are the alternate universe where good is bad and Spock has a goatee, "Mirror, Mirror, the timeless favorite "Trouble With Tribbles, and "Journey to Babel, which introduced the character of Spock's father, Sarek, played by Mark Lenard. The set's seventh disc finds the usual outstanding assortment of bonus features, although not as many as graced the box set for the first season. Things kick off with a beautifully made overview of the season titled, "To Boldly Go...Season Two" which features interviews with all of surviving cast and crew members as they reflect on season two's high points and its impact on the Star Trek franchise. "Life Beyond Trek: Leonard Nimoy" features actor Leonard Nimoy speaking about his many years as the pointy-eared pop-culture icon Spock as well as his life and directing career outside of the series. "Kirk, Spock, & Bones, Star Trek's Great Trio" thoughtfully examines the three characters and features interviews with Nimoy and William Shatner as they discuss the characters and the complex dynamics between them. "Star Trek's Divine Diva: Nichelle Nichols" showcases actress Nichelle Nichols in several interviews on her character of Uhura and the positive impact of her being one the first African-American regulars on a science fiction television show in the 1960s. A featurette on the show's design, production art, a photo gallery, trailers, and several hidden Easter eggs close out this exceptional DVD release that is a welcome addition to any Trekkie's collection.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The 1967-68 season of the original Star Trek featured some of the best sci-fi stories broadcast on television up to that time. Series creator Gene Roddenberry made occasional concessions to the network by supplying some action-oriented episodes that smacked of immature "space opera," but mainly he presented unusually fine, character-driven stories. The season opener, "Amok Time," was a showcase for Leonard Nimoy's Mr. Spock, the Vulcan first officer whose emotions come to the fore as he begins to manifest the mating impulses of his species. "Who Mourns for Adonis?" was Star Trek's first exploration of a popular sci-fi supposition: that the creatures believed by ancient humans to be gods were actually aliens with unusual powers. "The Doomsday Machine" featured guest star William Windom as the Ahab-like commander of the Enterprise's doomed sister ship, obsessed with destroying the seemingly indestructible weapon that killed his crew. "The Ultimate Computer" showed the starship's officers and crew under great strain while deploying an experimental computer system intended to obviate them. Other memorable episodes among the 26 collected here on eight discs: "Mirror, Mirror," in which Captain Kirk (William Shatner), Spock, Scotty (James Doohan), and Uhura (Nichelle Nichols) find themselves transported to a parallel universe; "Assignment: Earth," an unsuccessful spin-off attempt for a series that would have starred Robert Lansing as Gary Seven and Teri Garr as his secretary; and "The Trouble with Tribbles," a comedic romp that became one of the series' most popular installments.

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Special Features

Closed Caption; "To Boldly Go...Season Two"; "Life Beyond Trek: Leonard Nimoy"; "Kirk, Spock, & Bones: Star Trek's Great Trio"; "Designing the Final Frontier"; "Star Trek's Divine Diva: Nichelle Nichols"; "Writer's Notebook: D.C. Fontana"; Production art; Photo gallery; Preview trailers

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
William Shatner Captain James T. Kirk,Actor
Angelique Pettyjohn Actor
Anthony Caruso Actor
Barbara Bouchet Actor
Barbara Luna Actor
Celia Lovsky Actor
Charles Drake Actor
David Soul Actor
Diana Muldaur Actor
Glenn Corbett Actor
John Fiedler Actor
Leonard Nimoy Lt. Cmdr. Spock
Logan Ramsey Actor
Majel Barrett Christine Chapel,Nurse Christine Chapel
Michael Barrier Actor
Michael Forest Actor
Nancy Kovack Actor
Richard Evans Isak
Roger C. Carmel Actor
Roy Jenson Actor
Stanley Adams Actor
Teri Garr Actor
Tige Andrews Actor
William Marshall Actor
William Windom Actor
Antoinette Bower Actor
Arlene Martel Actor
Celeste Yarnall Actor
Charles Macauley Actor
DeForest Kelley Lt. Cmdr. Leonard H. 'Bones' McCoy, M.D.
Elinor Donahue Actor
Irene Kelly Actor
Joseph Ruskin Actor
Julie Cobb Actor
Julie Newmar Actor
Kay Elliot Actor
Leslie Parrish Actor
Mark Lenard Actor
Rhodes Reason Actor
Robert Lansing Actor
Valora Norand Daras
Vic Tayback Actor
Whit Bissell Actor
Charlie Brill Actor
Ian Wolfe Actor
James Doohan Lt. Cmdr. Montgomery 'Scotty' Scott
Morgan Woodward Actor
Pilar Seurat Actor
Reggie Nalder Actor
Skip Homeier Melakon
Steve Sandor Actor
Theo Marcuse Actor
Warren Stevens Actor
George Takei Lt. Hikaru Sulu
Jane Wyatt Actor
William Campbell Actor
Nichelle Nichols Lt. Nyota Uhura
William Schallert Actor
Walter Koenig Ensign Pavel Chekov
Grace Lee Whitney Yeoman Janice Rand

Technical Credits
Gene Nelson Director
James Komack Director
John M. Lucas Director
Joseph Pevney Director
Marc Daniels Director
Ralph Senensky Director
Vincent McEveety Director

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc 1
1. Plomeek Soup
2. Pon Farr
3. T'Pring
4. Koon-ut-kal-if-fee
5. Plak-tow
6. Fight to the Death
7. No Defense
1. Giant Hand
2. "I Am Apollo"
3. The Temple
4. Gods of Passion
5. Laurel Leaves
6. Spurn Him
7. No Room for Gods
1. Bolt of Energy
2. Under Attack
3. Nomad
4. Repair the Unit
5. Cooperation
6. Reevaluate
7. Error
1. Halkan Storm
2. I.S.S. Enterprise
3. Parallel Universe
4. Marlena
5. The Tantalus Field
6. Tyranny or Freedom
Side #2 -- Disc 2
1. Like the Garden of Eden
2. Gamma Trianguli VI
3. Akuta
4. Vaal
5. Necessary Instructions
6. The First Step
7. Freedom
1. U.S.S. Constellation
2. Commodore Matt Decker
3. Assuming Command
4. Course of Conflict
5. Vulcans Never Bluff
6. Power Drop
7. Poison Pill
1. Remember the Curse
2. Trick-Or-Treat
3. A Nightmare
4. Korob
5. Sympathetic Magic
6. New Sensations
7. The Transmuter
1. Norman
2. Mudd the First
3. Happy Androids
4. Gilded Cage
5. Not Programmed
6. Alices in Wonderland
7. The Last Straw
8. Stella 500
Side #3 -- Disc 3
1. Commissioner Hedford
2. Gamma Canaris
3. Zefram Cochrane
4. The Companion
5. Universal Translator
6. Love
7. We Are One
1. Ambassador Sarek
2. The Coridan Debate
3. Tal-shaya
4. The Vulcan Heart
5. Command Requirements
6. Suicide Mission
1. Capella IV
2. The New Teer
3. Distress Signal
4. Eleen
5. The Child Is Mine
6. Unidentified Klingon Vessel
7. Leonard James Akaar
1. Gamma Hydra IV
2. Old Age
3. Insoluble Problems
4. Senility
5. Competency Hearing
6. Adrenaline
7. Romulan Neutral Zone
Side #4 -- Disc 4
1. Tritanium Vein
2. Dikironium
3. Ensign Garrovick
4. Chasing the Cloud Creature
5. Absolved of Guilt
6. Tycho IV
1. Argelian Hospitality
2. Suspicion of Murder
3. Empathic Contact
4. Testimony
5. Redjac
6. Fear and Terror
7. Taming the Wolf
1. Quadrotriticale
2. Quibble Over Tribble
3. Klingon Koloth
4. Barroom Brawl
5. Barrel of Tribble
6. Deep Heap
7. No Tribble at All
1. Galt, the Master Thrall
2. Collars of Obedience
3. Drill Thralls
4. The Provider's Mark
5. Resistance
6. The Lion's Den
7. High Stakes Wager
Side #5 -- Disc 5
1. Sigma Iota II
2. Bela Oxmyx
3. Fizzbin
4. Jojo Krako
5. Kirk and "Spocko"
6. The Feds
7. The Syndicate
1. U.S.S. Intrepid
2. The Stars Are Gone
3. The Zone of Darkness
4. Volunteers
5. Ready to Reproduce
6. Antibodies
7. Backing Out
1. Flintlocks
2. Klingon Research
3. Kahn-ut-tu Woman
4. Mugato Poison Cure
5. Fight or Die
6. Balance of Power
7. Serpents in the Garden
1. Sargon
2. Matter Without Form
3. Henoch and Thalassa
4. Kirk's Bold Mission [ : : ]
5. Thousand Year Prison
6. Peddling Flesh
7. Departure Into Oblivion
Side #6 -- Disc 6
1. John Gill
2. Ekosians and Zeons
3. Interrogation
4. Resistance
5. Daras
6. Chairman Eneg
7. Traitor to the Party
1. Kelvans
2. Rojan's Blocks
3. Escape
4. Negative Energy
5. Edge of the Galaxy
6. Human Reactions
7. New Destiny
1. Decimated Starship
2. Prime Directive Violations
3. Virtual Immortality
4. The Savage Cloud William
5. Captain Tracey's Obsession
6. Worship Words
7. Fight for Liberty
1. Fox in the Hunt
2. Non-Essential Personnel
3. M-5 Takes Control
4. Disrupting Daystrom's Child
5. Deliberate Murder
6. Death Sentence
Side #7 -- Disc 7
1. S.S. Beagle
2. The Prime Directive
3. Septimus and Flavius
4. Prison
5. Condition Green
6. Empire TV
7. Preempted
8. Blackout
1. Earth Orbit, 1968
2. Gary Seven
3. Mission Purpose
4. Miss Lincoln's Lucky Day
5. McKinley Rocket Base
6. Powerless Intruders
7. Descending and Armed

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Star Trek - The Original Series - Season 2 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
vTrekBob More than 1 year ago
This really is a "must have" for your Star Trek collection. There's no "Trek" like original Trek and all the improvements in no way detract from what the shows were originally.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have to say I was dissapointed in this. Although the actual character scenes look good, with digitized clean up, the exteriors did not. The enterprise looks good, but in trying to integrate it into old scenes , it looks more amateurish than the original format. This is particurlarly true in the doomsday machine episode. A minor irritation was that set did not have all of the descriptor cards included, it had a replicated #2.
Darth_Shadow75 More than 1 year ago
I bought this as a gift for my Father for Father's Day since he is a huge Old School Trek fan, anyway he said that he loved it so much he had already watched the whole Season twice already. The Documentaries were very informative especially the one where Leonard Nimoy talked about how the, "I AM NOT SPOCK", book almost cost him getting to direct the Third Star Trek film beacuse there was so much negative feedback from the book which caused the then time head of Paramount pictures to decline to let him direct Star Trek III because he was under the impression that Nimoy hated being Spock, which wasn't the case. The new special effects shots are awesome and even the old footage seems to be cleaned up a bit. Season 2 does have my two favorite episdoes on it: "THE DOOMSDAY MACHINE", wait till you see the new effects shots in that it will blow you away and,"A PIECE OF THE ACTION", which I thought was really funny. In conclusion I would reccommend Star Trek Season 2 the Remastered Edition to anyone who has a hard core Star Trek fan in their family, or to someone who just enjoys watching the old Star Trek episodes. In my case both apply.
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