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Star Trek: Enterprise - Season 1 [2001] (7 discs)
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Composer:Diane Warren
Length:1092 minutes
(18 hours 12 minutes)
MPAA Rating:TV-PG
Sorting Category:Star Trek TV
IMDB Rating:7.3/10
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Synopsis: Enterprise starts her historic mission of exploration.


Reaction: A fair first season.


Personal Rating: 7/10


Highlights
"The Andorian Incedent" and "Shuttlepod One"

Select Guest Cast
Annie Wersching => Liana (Oasis)
Rene Auberjonois => Ezral (Oasis)
Rudolph Willrich => Captain Kuulan (Oasis)
Tom Bergeron => Alien Trader D'Marr (Oasis)
Barbara Tarbuck => Chancellor Kalev (as Barbara J. Tarbuck) (Shadows of P'Jem)
Gregory Itzin => Captain Sopek (Shadows of P'Jem)
Jeff Kober => Traeg (Shadows of P'Jem)
Bruce French => Vulcan Elder (The Andorian Incident)
Steven Dennis => Tholos (The Andorian Incident)
Charles Lucia => Captain Keene (Fortunate Son)
Danny Goldring => Nausicaan Captain (Fortunate Son)
Lawrence Monoson => First Officer Matthew Ryan (Fortunate Son)
Christopher Darga => Klingon Captain Vorok (Unexpected)
Julianne Christie => Ah'Len (Unexpected)
Randy Oglesby => Trena'L (Unexpected)
Christopher Shea => Sajen (Detained)
Dean Stockwell => Colonel Grat (Detained)
Clancy Brown => Zobral (Desert Crossing)
Clint Howard => Muk (Acquisition)
Ethan Phillips => Ulis (Acquisition)
Jeffrey Combs => Krem (Acquisition)
Conor O'Farrell => Burzaan (Rogue Planet)
Eric Pierpoint => Shiraht (Rogue Planet)
Keith Szarabajka => Damrus (Rogue Planet)
Stephanie Niznik => The Wraith (Rogue Planet)
Dawn Stern => Latia Female (Two Days and Two Nights)
Dey Young => Keyla (Two Days and Two Nights)
Donnamarie Recco => Dee'Ahn Female (as DonnaMarie Recco) (Two Days and Two Nights)
Geoff Meed => Dee'Ahn Male (Two Days and Two Nights)
Rudolf Martin => Ravis (Two Days and Two Nights)
Stephen Wozniak => Latia Male (Two Days and Two Nights)
Diane DiLascio => Riann (Civilization)
Wade Williams => Garos (as Wade Andrew Williams) (Civilization)
Diane Klimaszewski => Dancer (Broken Bow)
Elaine Klimaszewski => Dancer (Broken Bow)
James Cromwell => Dr. Zefram Cochrane (Broken Bow)
Jim Beaver => Admiral Daniel Leonard (Broken Bow)
Jim Fitzpatrick => Commander Williams (Broken Bow)
Joseph Ruskin => Suliban Doctor (Broken Bow)
Mark Moses => Henry Archer (Broken Bow)
Melinda Clarke => Sarin (Broken Bow)
Thomas Kopache => Vulcan Attaché Tos (Broken Bow)
Tommy 'Tiny' Lister => Klaang (as Broken Bow (Broken Bow)
Enrique Murciano => Tolaris (Fusion)
John Harrington Bland => Kov (Fusion)
Robert Pine => Tavin (Fusion)
Erick Avari => Jamin (Terra Nova)
Mary Carver => Nadet (Terra Nova)
Fionnula Flanagan => Vulcan Ambassador V'Lar (Fallen Hero)
J. Michael Flynn => Mazarite Official (Fallen Hero)
John Rubinstein => Mazarite Captain (Fallen Hero)
Guy Siner => Stuart Reed (Silent Enemy)
Henri Lubatti => Crewman Ethan Novakovich (Strange New World)
Kellie Waymire => Crewman Elizabeth Cutler (Strange New World)
Joseph Hindy => Prah Mantoos (Cold Front)
Leonard Kelly-Young => Sonsorra (as Leonard Keely-Young) (Cold Front)
Joseph Will => Crewman Michael Rostov (Vox Sola)
Vaughn Armstrong => Kreetassan Captain (Vox Sola)
Michelle Bonilla => Bu'kaH (as Michelle C. Bonilla) (Sleeping Dogs)
Vaughn Armstrong => Klingon Captain (Sleeping Dogs)
Solomon Burke Jr. => Billy (Breaking the Ice)
Stephanie Erb => Receptionist (Shockwave: Part 1)
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Allan Kroeker => Director
David Livingston => Director
David Straiton => Director
James A. Contner => Director
James L. Conway => Director
James Whitmore Jr. => Director
Jim Charleston => Director
Les Landau => Director
LeVar Burton => Director
Michael Dorn => Director
Michael Vejar => Director
Patrick R. Norris => Director
Rob Hedden => Director
Robert Duncan McNeill => Director
Roxann Dawson => Director
Terry Windell => Director
Winrich Kolbe => Director
Alan Cross => Writer
André Bormanis => Writer
André Jacquemetton => Writer
Antoinette Stella => Writer
Brannon Braga => Writer
Chris Black => Writer
Fred Dekker => Writer
James Duff => Writer
Maria Jacquemetton => Writer
Mike Sussman => Writer
Phyllis Strong => Writer
Rick Berman => Writer
Stephen Beck => Writer
Tim Finch => Writer
Diane Warren => Composer
Gene Roddenberry => Creator, Original Series
Anthony Montgomery => Ensign Travis Mayweather
Connor Trinneer => Commander Charles 'Trip' Tucker III
Dominic Keating => Lieutenant Malcolm Reed
Gary Graham => Vulcan Ambassador Soval
James Horan => Humanoid Figure
Jeffrey Combs => Commander Shran
John Billingsley => Dr. Phlox
John Fleck => Silik
Jolene Blalock => Sub-Commander T'Pol
Linda Park => Ensign Hoshi Sato
Matt Winston => Temporal Agent Daniels
Scott Bakula => Captain Jonathan Archer
Vaughn Armstrong => Admiral Maxwell Forrest

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • Based on the official [Star Trek] chronology, the series begins 10 years prior to the founding of the United Federation of Planets and 90 years after the events of Star Trek: First Contact. Episode one takes place approximately 115 years prior to the start of [Star Trek] and 213 years before [Star Trek: The Next Generation].
  • The Vulcan character "Tos" in the premier episode is an in-joke to [Star Trek] fans, as "TOS" is the common abbreviation for [The Original Series].
  • Clint Howard appeared in [Enterprise] playing "Muk" in episode #1.19, {Acquisition}. He also appeared in [Star Trek] playing "Balok" in episode #1.10, {The Corbomite Maneuver} and as a Human character in [Star Trek: Deep Space Nine] playing "Grady" in episode #3.12, {Past Tense: Part 2}.
  • Creator Rick Berman has said that the Suliban were named after the Taliban (they were named long before September 2001).
  • The Inspection Pod in Episode #1.1, {Broken Bow}, is actually a minor redesign of the cockpit section of Zefram Cochrane's Phoenix from Star Trek: First Contact.
  • Filming of the pilot episode featured a scene in which Jolene Blalock, as T'Pol, bared her navel. This required removal of Blalock's navel piercing ring. According to interviews given by Blalock, the ring proved very difficult to remove, and forced Blalock (in full Vulcan make-up) to visit a nearby tattoo-body piercing shop to have it removed.
  • The three Starfleet officers in the sickbay scene in episode #1.1, {Broken Bow}, are named after the leads in the original [Star Trek]: Commander Williams (Jim Fitzpatrick for William Shatner), Admirl Daniel Leonard (Jim Beaver for Leonard Nimoy) and Admiral Maxwell Forrest (Vaughn Armstrong for DeForest Kelley).
  • During filming of the pilot, veteran [Star Trek] actors Brent Spiner and Jonathan Frakes visited Scott Bakula on the set to give him advice about what to expect while working on the series.
  • Up to this series, the pilot of each [Star Trek] series after the first included a cameo of a character from the previous one. However, because [Enterprise] takes place 100 years before the original [Star Trek], the cameo was not of a series character, but of Zefram Cochrane (James Cromwell), who appeared in Star Trek: First Contact and in the original series episode #2.9 [{Metamorphosis}] portrayed by Glenn Corbett.
  • The series has established an annual tradition of featuring crew members from the real-life aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN-65) in cameo roles. This first happened in # episode #1.24, {Desert Crossing}, and continued in episode #2.24, [{First Flight}]. As a courtesy, advance copies of first-season episodes were sent to the carrier.