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Star Trek: Voyager - Season 3 [1996] (7 discs)

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Composer:Jerry Goldsmith
Length:1170 minutes
(19 hours 30 minutes)
MPAA Rating:UR
Sorting Category:Star Trek TV
IMDB Rating:7.2/10
Amazon Rating:4.0/5 stars
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Synopsis: After being stranded by the Kazon, Voyager continues her trip home.


Reaction: This show begins to pick up steam with a good season premier.


Personal Rating: 7/10


Highlights
"Flashback" and "Future's End"

Select Guest Cast
Alan Altshuld => Sandalmaker (False Profits)
Dan Shor => Arridor (False Profits)
Leslie Jordan => Koll (False Profits)
Michael Ensign => Bard (False Profits)
Rob LaBelle => Kafar (False Profits)
Alan Oppenheimer => Nezu Ambassador (The Darkling)
Christopher Clarke => Lord Byron (The Darkling)
Gary Bullock => Goth (The Darkling)
Kelly Connell => Sklar (The Darkling)
Lisa Kaminir => Lillias (The Darkling)
Noel De Souza => Mahatma Ghandi (The Darkling)
Stephen Davies => Nakahn (The Darkling)
Allan Royal => Capt. Braxton (as Allan G. Royal) (Future's End: Part 1)
Ed Begley Jr. => Henry Starling (Future's End: Part 1)
Sarah Silverman => Rain Robinson (Future's End: Part 1)
Amy Jo Traicoff => T'Pera (Blood Fever)
Deborah Levin => Ensign Lang (Blood Fever)
Athena Massey => Jessen (Remember)
Bruce Davison => Jareth (Remember)
Charles Esten => Dathan (Remember)
Eve Brenner => Jora Mirell (Remember)
Becky Ann Baker => Ritual Guide (Sacred Ground)
Estelle Harris => Old Woman (Sacred Ground)
Harry Groener => The Magistrate (Sacred Ground)
Keene Curtis => Old Man (Sacred Ground)
Parley Baer => Old Man (Sacred Ground)
Brad Dourif => Crewman Lon Suder (Basics: Part 2)
Brad Greenquist => Demmas (Warlord)
Galyn Görg => Nori (Warlord)
Leigh McCloskey => Tieran (Warlord)
Carlos Carrasco => Bahrat (Fair Trade)
James Horan => Tosin (Fair Trade)
James Nardini => Wixiban (Fair Trade)
Christopher Aguilar => Andrew Kim (as Christopher Aguilar) (Before and After)
Janna Michaels => Young Kes (Before and After)
Jessica Collins => Linnis Paris (Before and After)
Michael Maguire => Benaren (Before and After)
Rachael Harris => Martis (Before and After)
Christopher Liam Moore => Veer (Distant Origin)
Concetta Tomei => Minister Odala (Distant Origin)
Henry Woronicz => Gegen (Distant Origin)
Marshall R. Teague => Haluk (Distant Origin)
Nina Minton => Frola (Distant Origin)
Deborah May => Lyris (Rise)
Kelli Kirkland => Rinna (Rise)
Kristanna Loken => Malia (as Kristanna S. Loken) (Rise)
Patrick Fabian => Taymon (Rise)
Tom Towles => Dr. Vatm (Rise)
Don McManus => Zio (as Don R. McManus) (The Chute)
James Parks => Vel (The Chute)
Robert Pine => Ambassador Liria (The Chute)
Rosemary Morgan => Piri (The Chute)
George Takei => Captain Sulu (Flashback)
Grace Lee Whitney => Commander Janice Rand (Flashback)
Jeremy Roberts => Lt. Dimitri Valtane (Flashback)
Michael Ansara => Kang (Flashback)
Glenn Walker Harris Jr. => Jeffrey (Real Life)
Lindsey Haun => Belle (Real Life)
Wendy Schaal => Charlene (Real Life)
Harve Presnell => Colonel Q (The Q and the Grey)
John de Lancie => Q (The Q and the Grey)
Suzie Plakson => Female Q (The Q and the Grey)
Ivar Brogger => Orum (Unity)
Lori Hallier => Dr. Riley Frazier (Unity)
Susan Dalian => Ensign Kaplan (as Susan Patterson) (Unity)
James Noah => Rislan (Displaced)
Mark L. Taylor => Jarlath (Displaced)
John Rhys-Davies => Leonardo da Vinci (Scorpion: Part 1)
Len Cariou => Admiral Edward Janeway (Coda)
Sandra Nelson => Marayna (Alter Ego)
Select Cast and Crew
Alexander Singer => Director
Allan Kroeker => Director
Andrew Robinson => Director
Anson Williams => Director
Cliff Bole => Director
David Livingston => Director
Jesús Salvador Trevińo => Director
Les Landau => Director
Marvin V. Rush => Director
Nancy Malone => Director
Robert Duncan McNeill => Director / Tom Paris
Robert Picardo => Director / The Doctor
Robert Scheerer => Director
Winrich Kolbe => Director
André Bormanis => Writer
Brannon Braga => Writer
Jeri Taylor => Writer
Joe Menosky => Writer
Kenneth Biller => Writer
Lisa Klink => Writer
Michael Piller => Writer
Mike Sussman => Writer
Jerry Goldsmith => Composer
Gene Roddenberry => Creator, Original Series
Alexander Enberg => Ensign Vorik
Anthony De Longis => Maje Culluh
Ethan Phillips => Neelix
Garrett Wang => Harry Kim
Jennifer Lien => Kes
Kate Mulgrew => Captain Kathryn Janeway
Majel Barrett => Voyager Computer
Martha Hackett => Seska
Nancy Hower => Ensign Samantha Wildman
Robert Beltran => Chakotay
Roxann Dawson => B'Elanna Torres
Simon Billig => Lieutenant Hogan
Tarik Ergin => Lieutenant Ayala
Tim Russ => Tuvok

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • Tim Russ was originally considered for the part of Geordi La Forge in [Star Trek: The Next Generation].
  • There are only six actors to play the same character on three different [Star Trek] series: Jonathan Frakes, Marina Sirtis, Armin Shimerman, John de Lancie, Michael Ansara and Richard Poe. This is the only series in which all six of them appear.
  • In the episode {Future's End} there is a gray figure on Rain Robinson's desk in the observatory. This figure is of a Talosian, who in the pilot episode of the original [Star Trek] series titled [{The Cage}] are the race that took Captain Christopher Pike captive.
  • The character of Tom Paris was a last-minute creation. Originally, Nicholas Locarno, (also played by Robert Duncan McNeill,) a Starfleet Academy cadet who had been expelled in the episode {The First Duty} of [Star Trek: The Next Generation], was to have been the person that Captain Janeway released from prison to help track down the Maquis ship. However, using Locarno in [Star Trek: Voyager] would have been problematic since Locarno had been drummed out of the academy with no possibility of ever joining Starfleet again. So they created Paris with a similar personality and backstory.
  • In the series finale, [{Endgame}], the main starship classes from all three 24th century [Star Trek] spinoffs appear in the final shot of the episode. A Galaxy-class starship (the Enterprise-D from [Star Trek: The Next Generation]), a Defiant-class starship (the Defiant from [Star Trek: Deep Space Nine]), and of course an Intrepid-class starship (the Voyager from this series).