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Star Trek: Remastered - Season 3 [2008] (7 discs)

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Composer:Alexander Courage
Length:1222 minutes
(20 hours 22 minutes)
MPAA Rating:UR
Sorting Category:Star Trek TV
IMDB Rating:7.8/10
Amazon Rating:4.5/5 stars
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Synopsis: The Enterprise continues her mission to seek out the unknown.


Reaction: Suffered from lack of support, but still came off great.


Personal Rating: 7/10


Highlights
"Let That Be Your Last Battlefield" and "Turnabout Intruder"

Select Guest Cast
Adam Roarke => C.P.O. Garison (The Cage Restored Version)
Jeffrey Hunter => Captain Christopher Pike (The Cage Restored Version)
John Hoyt => Dr. Phillip Boyce (The Cage Restored Version)
Malachi Throne => The Keeper (voice) (The Cage Restored Version)
Meg Wyllie => The Keeper (The Cage Restored Version)
Susan Oliver => Vina (The Cage Restored Version)
Barbara Babcock => Philana (Plato's Stepchildren)
Liam Sullivan => Parmen (Plato's Stepchildren)
Michael Dunn => Alexander (Plato's Stepchildren)
Barry Atwater => Surak (The Savage Curtain)
Lee Bergere => Lincoln (The Savage Curtain)
Charlene Polite => Vanna (The Cloud Minders)
Diana Ewing => Droxine (The Cloud Minders)
Jeff Corey => Plasus (The Cloud Minders)
Charles Napier => Adam (The Way to Eden)
Mary Linda Rapelye => Irina (as Mary-Linda Rapelye) (The Way to Eden)
Skip Homeier => Dr. Sevrin (The Way to Eden)
Victor Brandt => Tongo Rad (The Way to Eden)
Craig Hundley => Tommy Starnes (And the Children Shall Lead)
Melvin Belli => Gorgan (And the Children Shall Lead)
Pamelyn Ferdin => Mary (And the Children Shall Lead)
David Hurst => Hodin (The Mark of Gideon)
Sharon Acker => Odona (The Mark of Gideon)
Diana Muldaur => Dr. Miranda Jones (Is There in Truth No Beauty?)
France Nuyen => Elaan (Elaan of Troyius)
Jay Robinson => Petri (Elaan of Troyius)
Tony Young => Kryton (Elaan of Troyius)
Victor Brandt => Watson (Elaan of Troyius)
Frank Gorshin => Bele (Let That Be Your Last Battlefield)
Ian Wolfe => Mr. Atoz (All Our Yesterdays)
Johnny Haymer => The Constable (All Our Yesterdays)
Mariette Hartley => Zarabeth (All Our Yesterdays)
Jack Donner => Subcommander Tal (The Enterprise Incident)
Joanne Linville => Romulan Commander (The Enterprise Incident)
James Daly => Flint (Requiem for Methuselah)
Louise Sorel => Rayna Kapec (Requiem for Methuselah)
Jason Evers => Rael (Wink of an Eye)
Kathie Browne => Deela (Wink of an Eye)
Katherine Woodville => Natira (For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky)
Kathryn Hays => Gem (The Empath)
Keye Luke => Cory (Whom Gods Destroy)
Steve Ihnat => Garth (Whom Gods Destroy)
Yvonne Craig => Marta (Whom Gods Destroy)
Lee Meriwether => Losira (That Which Survives)
Naomi Pollack => Rahda (That Which Survives)
Marj Dusay => Kara (Spock's Brain)
Michael Ansara => Kang (Day of the Dove)
Susan Howard => Mara (Day of the Dove)
Rex Holman => Morgan Earp (Spectre of the Gun)
Sabrina Scharf => Miramanee (The Paradise Syndrome)
Sandra Smith => Dr. Janice Lester (Turnabout Intruder)
Select Cast and Crew
Anton Leader => Director
David Alexander => Director
Herb Wallerstein => Director
Herbert Kenwith => Director
Herschel Daugherty => Director
John Erman => Director
John Meredyth Lucas => Director / Writer
Jud Taylor => Director
Marc Daniels => Director
Marvin J. Chomsky => Director
Murray Golden => Director
Ralph Senensky => Director
Robert Butler => Director
Vincent McEveety => Director
Arthur H. Singer => Writer
Arthur Heinemann => Writer
Chet Richards => Writer
D.C. Fontana => Writer
Edward J. Lakso => Writer
Gene L. Coon => Writer
Gene Roddenberry => Writer / Creator, Original Series
George F. Slavin => Writer
Hendrik Vollaerts => Writer
Jean Lisette Aroeste => Writer
Jeremy Tarcher => Writer
Jerome Bixby => Writer
Joyce Muskat => Writer
Judy Burns => Writer
Lee Erwin => Writer
Margaret Armen => Writer
Meyer Dolinsky => Writer
Oliver Crawford => Writer
Shari Lewis => Writer
Stanley Adams => Writer
Alexander Courage => Composer
DeForest Kelley => Dr. McCoy
Eddie Paskey => Lt. Leslie
George Takei => Sulu
James Doohan => Scott
John Winston => Lt. Kyle
Leonard Nimoy => Mr. Spock
Majel Barrett => Nurse Christine Chapel
Nichelle Nichols => Uhura
Walter Koenig => Chekov
William Shatner => Captain James T. Kirk

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • Gene Roddenberry once hypothesized that the Enterprise carried a platoon of Starfleet Marines, but they never appeared onscreen in the original series. The Starfleet Marines would eventually make an appearance, but not until Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and [Star Trek: Deep Space Nine]. The idea was revived with the addition of a group of "space marines" beginning in the [2003-2004] season of Enterprise.
  • Dr. McCoy's handheld "medical scanners" were actually modified salt and pepper shakers, purchased originally for use in the episode [{The Man Trap}], in which a character was seen using a salt shaker. They were of Scandinavian design, and onscreen were not recognizable as salt shakers; so a few generic salt shakers were borrowed from the studio commissary, and the "futuristic" looking shakers became McCoy's medical instruments.
  • Leonard Nimoy is the only actor to appear in every episode of the series.
  • In the episode {Spectre of the Gun}, Kirk, Spock, Scotty and Dr. McCoy are placed in the OK Corral as the Clanton gang, facing off against Wyatt Earp and his brothers. In the 1957 film Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, DeForest Kelley played the part of Morgan Earp.
  • Leonard Nimoy and Majel Barrett are the only actors to appear in both the first ({The Cage}) and last ({Turnabout Intruder}) episodes of the series.
  • The first interracial kiss on American network television was in the episode {Plato's Stepchildren}, which aired on 22 Nov 1968, when Captain Kirk kissed Lieutenant Uhura. The studio expressed some concern, and it was suggested instead that Spock should kiss Uhura 'to make it less of a problem for the southern [US] audience'. Some stations in the South originally refused to air the episode. Kirk did not kiss Uhura *voluntarily*; they were forced to do it by aliens controlling their bodies. So the first interracial kiss, although between two of the good guys, was the moral equivalent of sexual assault.
  • Malachi Throne provided the voice of the Talosian Keeper in the first pilot {The Cage}, which was also Leonard Nimoy's first [Star Trek] appearance. Throne was also with Nimoy for his final [Star Trek] appearance (until coming out of retirement for 2009's Star Trek), the [Star Trek: The Next Generation] Season Five episode {Unification Part II}.
  • In 2000, Star Trek is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as having the largest number of spin-off productions, including the feature film series and the numerous TV series.
  • Sulu and Uhura didn't have first names in this series. Sulu did get a first name (Hikaru) but not until Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. Fans have tried to give Uhura a first name ("Nyota" or "Penda") but there has never been any official confirmation. Gene Roddenberry said Uhura has only the one name, which is Swahili for "freedom". In the eleventh movie in the series, however, the name "Nyota" has been finally entered as her canonical first name.
  • The 'Star Trek Crews' from all the [Star Trek] series were ranked #2 in [TV Guide]'s list of the "25 Greatest Sci-Fi Legends" ({1 August 2004 issue}).