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Star Trek: Remastered - Season 1 [2007] (10 discs)
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Composer:Alexander Courage
Length:1363 minutes
(22 hours 43 minutes)
MPAA Rating:UR
Sorting Category:Star Trek TV
IMDB Rating:8.2/10
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Synopsis: Kirk commands the Enterprise as she heads out for unexplored space on a 5 year mission.


Reaction: The season that started it all.


Personal Rating: 8/10


Highlights
"Space Seed" and "The City on the Edge of Forever"

Select Guest Cast
Anthony D. Call => Dave Bailey (as Anthony Call) (The Corbomite Maneuver)
Clint Howard => Balok (The Corbomite Maneuver)
Vic Perrin => Balok (The Corbomite Maneuver)
Charles Macaulay => Landru (The Return of the Archons)
Torin Thatcher => Marplon (The Return of the Archons)
Craig Hundley => Peter Kirk (Operation - Annihilate)
Elisha Cook Jr. => Samuel T. Cogley (Court Martial)
Joan Marshall => Areel Shaw (Court Martial)
Francine Pyne => Nancy (The Man Trap)
Michael Zaslow => Darnell (The Man Trap)
Gary Lockwood => Lt. Cmdr. Gary Mitchell (Where No Man Has Gone Before)
Sally Kellerman => Dr. Elizabeth Dehner (Where No Man Has Gone Before)
James Gregory => Dr. Tristan Adams (Dagger of the Mind)
Marianna Hill => Helen Noel (Dagger of the Mind)
Morgan Woodward => Dr. Simon van Gelder (Dagger of the Mind)
Jeffrey Hunter => Captain Christopher Pike (The Menagerie: Part 1)
Malachi Throne => Commodore Jose Mendez (The Menagerie: Part 1)
Susan Oliver => Vina (The Menagerie: Part 1)
Vic Perrin => The Keeper (The Menagerie: Part 1)
Jill Ireland => Leila Kalomi (This Side of Paradise)
Joan Collins => Edith Keeler (The City on the Edge of Forever)
John Colicos => Kor (Errand of Mercy)
John Megna => Bonk Bonk Boy (Miri)
Keith Taylor => Jahn's Friend (Miri)
Kim Darby => Miri (Miri)
Michael J. Pollard => Jahn (Miri)
Phil Morris => Boy - Army Helmet (Miri)
Karen Steele => Eve McHuron (Mudd's Women)
Maggie Thrett => Ruth (Mudd's Women)
Roger C. Carmel => Harry Mudd (Mudd's Women)
Susan Denberg => Magda (Mudd's Women)
Ken Lynch => Vanderberg (The Devil in the Dark)
Lawrence Montaigne => Decius (Balance of Terror)
Mark Lenard => Romulan Commander (Balance of Terror)
Makee K. Blaisdell => Spinelli (Space Seed)
Ricardo Montalban => Khan Noonien Singh (Space Seed)
Michael Strong => Dr. Roger Korby (What Are Little Girls Made Of?)
Sherry Jackson => Andrea (What Are Little Girls Made Of?)
Ted Cassidy => Ruk (What Are Little Girls Made Of?)
Robert Brown => Lazarus (The Alternative Factor)
Robert Walker Jr. => Charlie Evans (Charlie X)
Roger Perry => Captain John Christopher (Tomorrow is Yesterday)
Vic Perrin => Metron (Arena)
William Campbell => Trelane (The Squire of Gothos)
Select Cast and Crew
Don McDougall => Director
Gerd Oswald => Director
Harvey Hart => Director
Herschel Daugherty => Director
James Goldstone => Director
John Newland => Director
Joseph Pevney => Director
Joseph Sargent => Director
Lawrence Dobkin => Director
Leo Penn => Director
Marc Daniels => Director
Michael O'Herlihy => Director
Ralph Senensky => Director
Robert Butler => Director
Robert Gist => Director
Robert Sparr => Director
Vincent McEveety => Director
Adrian Spies => Writer
Barry Trivers => Writer
Boris Sobelman => Writer
Carey Wilber => Writer
D.C. Fontana => Writer
Don Ingalls => Writer
Don Mankiewicz => Writer
Gene L. Coon => Writer
Gene Roddenberry => Writer / Creator, Original Series
George Clayton Johnson => Writer
Harlan Ellison => Writer
Jerry Sohl => Writer
John D.F. Black => Writer
Oliver Crawford => Writer
Paul Schneider => Writer
Richard Matheson => Writer
Robert Bloch => Writer
Robert Hamner => Writer
Samuel A. Peeples => Writer
Shimon Wincelberg => Writer
Stephen Kandel => Writer
Steven W. Carabatsos => Writer
Theodore Sturgeon => Writer
Alexander Courage => Composer
Bruce Hyde => Riley
DeForest Kelley => Dr. McCoy
Eddie Paskey => Lt. Leslie
George Takei => Sulu
Grace Lee Whitney => Yeoman Rand
James Doohan => Scott
John Winston => Lt. Kyle
Leonard Nimoy => Mr. Spock
Majel Barrett => Nurse Christine Chapel
Nichelle Nichols => Uhura
William Shatner => Captain James T. Kirk

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • Jerry Goldsmith was Gene Roddenberry's first choice to write the theme for this series. Years later, Goldsmith wrote the theme to Star Trek: The Motion Picture which later was used for [Star Trek: The Next Generation].
  • Contrary to popular belief, Captain Kirk never said "Beam me up, Scotty" in any episode or movie.
  • Stardates were established in order to keep the audience guessing as to when the series takes place. A calendar year for the adventures of the Enterprise crew is never given in any episode, and Gene Roddenberry said the series could have taken place anywhere from the 21st to the 31st Centuries. By the time of [Star Trek: The Next Generation], however, calendar years for Trek adventures had been established and the official [Star Trek] chronology now indicates that the original [Star Trek] TV series takes place between the years 2266 and 2269.
  • In the hallways of the Enterprise there are tubes marked "GNDN", these initials stand for "goes nowhere does nothing".
  • Lloyd Bridges and Jeffrey Hunter both turned down the role of Captain Kirk.
  • The transporter was a plot device intended to eliminate the pacing and production problems involved in depicting the ship landing and taking off all the time. Budgetary constraints on effects were also a consideration. The first landing of a starship would not occur until [Star Trek: Voyager] episode #2.1, [{The 37's}], broadcast 28 August 1995.
  • Victor Lundin appeared in the show Errand of Mercy. Although he did not have a speaking part he was the first Klingon to appear in the original [Star Trek] series.
  • Early drafts for the Harlan Ellison episode {City on the Edge of Forever} included a guest character, an Enterprise crew member who dealt in addictive drugs; it was this character who escaped into the past, via the Guardian of Forever. Gene Roddenberry asked him to change this element, on the grounds that no member of *his* crew would ever use or deal in illegal drugs. According to Ellison's account in the book Harlan Ellison's the City on the Edge of Forever: The Original Teleplay That Became the Classic Star Trek Episode, for years after the series was cancelled, Roddenberry said that Ellison's original draft had been unusable because "he had Scotty dealing in interplanetary drugs" - although Mr. Scott does not even appear in that draft.
  • On at least two occasions ({Miri} & {City on the Edge of Forever}) the exterior Mayberry set from "The Andy Griffith Show" was used. In {City}, as Kirk walks Edith home, they pass by the easily recognizable courthouse, Floyd's barbershop, Emmett's repair shop, and the grocery.
  • Gene Roddenberry originally conceived the Klingons as looking more alien than they do in the series, but budget restriction prevented this. When Star Trek moved to the big screen, he was finally able to make Klingons look more alien. The resulting continuity break between TOS and the movies and later series was finally addressed in the [Star Trek: Deep Space Nine] episode {Trials and Tribble-ations} in which the character of Worf confirms that something did happen to make the Klingons appear human, but he refuses to elaborate.