Star Trek Voyager: Season One

Star Trek Voyager: Season One

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Director: David Livingston, Kim Friedman, Les Landau

Cast: David Livingston, Kate Mulgrew, Kim Friedman, Les Landau

     
 
The complete first season of Star Trek: Voyager comes to DVD from Paramount Home Video. This five-disc set contains all 16 episodes originally aired on UPN in 1995. Each episode is presented with a standard full-frame transfer and Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. Closed captions are accessible. This being Voyager's first time on disc, there are an

Overview

The complete first season of Star Trek: Voyager comes to DVD from Paramount Home Video. This five-disc set contains all 16 episodes originally aired on UPN in 1995. Each episode is presented with a standard full-frame transfer and Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound. Closed captions are accessible. This being Voyager's first time on disc, there are an amazing amount of extras. "Braving the Unknown: Season One" contains interviews with executive producers Rick Berman, Michael Piller, and Jeri Taylor. "Voyager Time Capsule: Kathryn Janeway" is an interview with Kate Mulgrew. "The First Captain: Geneviève Bujold" contains outtakes and rare footage of actress Bujold with commentary by Rick Berman. "Cast Reflections: Season One" is a discussion with principal cast members. "On Location With the Kazons" is a desert tour with supervising producer David Livingston. "Red Alert: Visual Effects" features Dan Curry and the effects team. "Launching Voyager on the Web" is a conversation with web designer Marc Wade. "Real Science With André Bormanis" is a discussion with science consultant and writer Bormanis. "Lost Transmissions From the Delta Quadrant" is special name for the hidden Easter eggs. Paramount has done an excellent job on this long-awaited boxed set.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
The DVD rollout of Star Trek’s third spin-off bodes well for devoted fans, as the five-disc set arrives with the 15 Season 1 episodes (presented for the first time in Dolby Digital Surround Sound) plus a plethora of special features. Foremost among these is the never-before-seen footage of original star Genevieve Bujold, who relinquished the role of Captain Kathryn Janeway to Kate Mulgrew before Voyager left Paramount’s dry dock. The first episode, "Caretaker," establishes the series premise: Janeway, commander of the Starship Voyager, attempts to mediate a conflict between the Cardassians (new signatories to a Federation treaty) and the rebellious Maquis. Both the Voyager and a Maquis ship are catapulted through space and wind up in the unexplored Delta Quadrant, a 75-year journey from home even at maximum warp speed. Federation and Maquis crews alike are thus compelled to join forces in an attempt to somehow find their way home. Supporting Mulgrew are Robert Beltran (as First Officer Chakotay), Roxann Biggs-Dawson as B'Elanna Torres, Robert Duncan McNeill as Lieutenant Tom Paris, Ethan Phillips as Neelix, and Robert Picardo as the Doctor. The first-season episodes develop these characters and delineate some of the interpersonal conflict they'll face as the series unfolds. Mulgrew's Kathryn Janeway is an intriguing lead -- decisive, resourceful, stoic, yet also nurturing and protective. She's both the show's narrative hub and emotional core. Superficially similar to the other Star Trek series, Voyager quickly establishes its own dynamic, as you will see in such outstanding shows as "The Cloud," "Eye of the Needle," "Jetrel," "Emanators" (an especially provocative and mildly controversial episode dealing with death and the living's reaction to it), "Time and Again," and the engrossing season finale, "Learning Curve."

Product Details

Release Date:
02/24/2004
UPC:
0097361568348
Rating:
NR
Source:
Paramount
Region Code:
1
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
12:13:00
Sales rank:
6,899

Special Features

"Braving The Unknown Season One" featurette, including new interviews with executive producers Rick Berman, Michael Piller, and Jeri Taylor; "Voyager Time Capsule: Kate Mulgrew" interview with Mulgrew; "The First Captain: Genevieve Bujold," revealing rare footage and outtakes of Bujold as Captain Janeway, with commentary by Berman; "Cast Reflections, Season One" with Voyager's principal cast members; "Red Alert! Great Visual Effects (Season One)" featurette; "The Science of Star Trek" with Andre Bormanis, science consultant; "Launching Voyager on the Web" featurette; "On Location with the Kazons," featurette, in which supervising producer David Livingston walks viewers through the desert locale used for the Kazon Village in the pilot episode; "Lost Transmissions from the Delta Quadrant," offering Easter Egg interview clips with Mulgrew, Michael Piller, Brannon Braga, and guest star Vaughn Armstrong.

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc 1
1. The Maquis
2. The Son of an Admiral
3. U.S.S. Voyager NCC-74656
4. Into the Badlands
5. The Other Side of the Galaxy
6. Inside the Array
7. Not Enough Time
8. The Fifth Planet
9. The Caretaker
10. Honored Guests
11. The Ocampa
12. Ancient Tunnels
13. An Unpaid Debt
14. To the Surface
15. The Challenge of Survival
16. Destroy the Array
17. Alone
1. A Clear Violation
2. Quatum Singularity
3. So It Begins
4. Unusual Symptoms
5. Lay in a Course
6. Crack in the Ice
7. Port or Starboard
8. A Fine Addition
1. Shock Wave
2. But I Saw Them
3. At the Narrow End
4. Locate the Source
5. Just a Patriot
6. Between Now and Then
7. Flash Point
8. More Than a Dream
Side #2 -- Disc 2
1. Rogue Planetoid
2. Nothing There
3. Biological Repository
4. Matched for Speed
5. Phasers at the Ready
6. Hall of Mirrors
7. He Is My Honatta
8. Resuming Course
1. Coffee in That Nebula
2. Energy Barrier
3. Natural Born Idiots
4. Your Shot, Harry
5. Guide Quest
6. Jonah and the Whale
7. Suture
8. This Good Crew
1. The Harry Kim Wormhole
2. State of Decay
3. Communications Link
4. No Emergency, Doctor
5. How High the Price
6. Personal Messages
7. Person Out of Time
8. A Member of the Crew
1. To Relive the Crime
2. Pick a Name
3. In Numiri Terms
4. Her Eyes
5. A Woman Knows
6. The Answers I Seek
7. A Logical Courier
8. Truthful Resolution
Side #3 -- Disc 3
1. The 247th Element
2. Poses of Serenity
3. World of the Living
4. From the Afterlife
5. A Different Reality
6. Comra
7. The Shroud
8. A Higher Level
1. Getting Along
2. Irresistible
3. Alastria
4. Centuries of Stories
5. Primary Mission
6. Principles
7. A Slight Variance
8. Moral Compass
1. Coordinates 8140
2. Morale Crisis
3. Federation Technology
4. Full Blood Scan
5. Motive & Opportunity
6. Common Blood Factors
7. Plan in Motion
8. Misery Loves Company
1. Program in Progress
2. Beowulf's Kinsmen
3. To Kill the Beast
4. All Hail Schweitzer
5. Alone Among Many
6. Synaptic Pattern
7. A Good Death
8. Exemplary Performance
Side #4 -- Disc 4
1. Mrs. Davenport
2. Signposts
3. Lockout
4. Dark Matter
5. Checks and Balances
6. Entering the Nebula
7. We Are the Komar
8. Normal Space Ahead
1. Regeneration
2. The Phage
3. In a Heartbeat
4. The Only Klingons
5. At Greater Risk
6. Courage
7. Fighting Form
8. Incomplete
1. Haakonian Shuttle
2. After the Cascade
3. Guilty Conscience
4. To What End?
5. A Moment Out of Time
6. Burden
7. The Victims of Rinax
8. For Our Hatred
1. I Saw Her Last Night
2. Crash Course
3. The Maquis Way
4. Contagion
5. The Highest Gain
6. Rigid and Inflexible
7. Failing Sequentially
8. The Few for the Many

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Star Trek Voyager: Season One 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just really want to know why the Star trek Brand of videos think that they have to command such a high price for themselves, when other series that are just as good can come in at decent lower prices? Also when there is a first season that only has 16 eps in it, why should it cost as much as the ones that have 22 or 23 eps such as the DS9 series? Way to squeeze every last nickle out of the consumer Star Trek!! Your prices are too high even at the discount stores therefore I have never bought the Star Trek videos. I have however bought many other TV series, such as X-Files, Buffy, Angel, Highlander. Yours are too expensive compared to these others.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Voyager should still be on TV. Its the best Star Trek ever. I have this first season and my family watch them over and over. They all are good, each has a special story and you get to see all the characters in a role on each and all do well. I reccommend this with five stars and thumbs up.
Guest More than 1 year ago
hopefully they will do the entire series on DVD, it was impossible to get the entire series on video!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Despite the fact I'm a loyal TNG fan, in my opinion this series ranks just as high. Unlike DS9 it does not try to force left wing issues and most of the episodes can be watched by young children without problems.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Definitley the best Star Trek series, however they are all good. Voyager provides a sense of family and gives excellent character development throughout the series. Truly unique, with an excellent and creative story line.
regmo42 More than 1 year ago
I brought this for a friend for christmas 2009 we both injoyed it and the bonuses it provides on the crew Iam in the process of getting seasons 2-7
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