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Science fiction television programs
|Material Type:||Flash card, Videorecording|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Gene Roddenberry; Fred Freiberger; Stanley Adams; Margaret Armen; Jean Lisette Aroeste; Jerome Bixby; Judy Burns; Gene L Coon; Oliver Crawford; Meyer Dolinsky; Lee Erwin; D C Fontana; David Gerrold; Arthur Heinemann; Edward J Lakso; Shari Lewis; John Meredyth Lucas; Joyce Muskat; Chester W Richards; Arthur H Singer; George F Slavin; Jerry Sohl; Jeremy Tarcher; Hendrik Vollaerts; David Alexander; Robert Butler; Marvin J Chomsky; Marc Daniels; Herschel Daugherty; John Erman; Murray Golden; Herbert Kenwith; Anton M Leader; Vincent McEveety; Ralph Senensky; Jud Taylor; Herb Wallerstein; Gerald Perry Finnerman; Al Francis; Alexander Courage; Fred Steiner; Gerald Fried; George Duning; Jerry Fielding; Matt Jefferies; William Theiss; William Shatner; Leonard Nimoy; DeForest Kelley; James Doohan; George Takei; Nichelle Nichols; Walter Koenig; Majel Barrett Roddenberry; Sharon Acker; Michael Ansara; Lou Antonio; Barry Atwater; Barbara Babcock; Ed Bakey; Arthur Batanides; Bonnie Beecher; Melvin M Belli; Lee Bergere; Alan Bergmann; Kathie Browne; Yvonne Craig; Jeff Corey; James Daly; Jack Donner; Michael Dunn; Peter Duryea; Marj Dusay; Jason Evers; Diana Ewing; David Frankham; Laurel Goodwin; Frank Gorshin; Mariette Hartley; Kathryn Hays; Skip Homeier; Susan Howard; John Hoyt; Craig Hundley; Jeffrey Hunter; David Hurst; Steve Ihnat; Harry Landers; Joanne Linville; Lee Meriwether; Diana Muldaur; Kermit Murdock; Charles Napier; France Nuyen; Susan Oliver; Phillip Pine; Charlene Polite; Mary-Linda Rapelye; Jay Robinson; Sabrina Scharf; Jan Shutan; Sandra Smith; Ron Soble; Rudy Solari; Louise Sorel; Liam Sullivan; James Wellman; Ian Wolfe; Kate Woodville; Tony Young, (Actor); Paramount Pictures Corporation,; Norway Corporation.; CBS Studios Inc.; Desilu Productions,; CBS DVD (Firm),|
|Language Note:||In English, dubbed French or dubbed Spanish dialogue with optional French or Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned.|
|Notes:||Originally broadcast on television as individual episodes, 1968-1969.
Special features: Disc 7. The Cage introduction by Gene Roddenberry; "Billy Blackburn's treasure chest part 3" featurette; "To boldly go, season three" featurette; "A Star Trek collector's dream come true" featurette; "Life beyond Trek: Walter Koenig" featurette; "Chief engineer's log" featurette; "Memoirs from Mr. Sulu" featurette; "Star Trek's impact" featurette. All discs. Episode trailers.
|Credits:||Director of photography, Jerry Finnerman, Al Francis ; theme music by Alexander Courage ; music composed and conducted by Fred Steiner, Alexander Courage, Gerald Fried, George Duning, Jerry Fielding ; production designer, Walter M. Jefferies ; costume designer, William Ware Theiss.|
|Cast:||William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, James Doohan, George Takei, Nichelle Nichols, Walter Koenig, Majel Barrett ; guest stars, Marj Dusay, Joanne Linville, Jack Donner, Sabrina Scharf, Rudy Solari, Craig Hundley, James Wellman, Melvin Belli, Diana Muldaur, David Frankham, Ron Soble, Bonnie Beecher, Michael Ansara, Susan Howard, Kate Woodville, Michael Dunn, Liam Sullivan, Barbara Babcock, Kathie Browne, Jason Evers, Kathryn Hays, Alan Bergmann, France Nuyen, Jay Robinson, Tony Young, Steve Ihnat, Yvonne Craig, Frank Gorshin, Lou Antonio, Sharon Acker, David Hurst, Lee Meriwether, Arthur Batanides, Jan Shutan, James Daly, Louise Sorel, Skip Homeier, Charles Napier, Mary-Linda Rapelye, Jeff Corey, Diana Ewing, Charlene Polite, Lee Bergere, Barry Atwater, Phillip Pine, Mariette Hartley, Ian Wolfe, Kermit Murdock, Ed Bakey, Sandra Smith, Jeffrey Hunter, Susan Oliver, John Hoyt, Peter Duryea, Laurel Goodwin,|
|Target Audience:||MPAA: Not rated.; Canadian Home Video Rating: G.; Board of Film Censors, Singapore: PG.|
|Description:||7 videodiscs (22 hours, 29 minutes) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 4 episode guide cards (plastic, color ; 14 x 13 cm)|
|Details:||DVD; region 1, NTSC; full screen (4:3) presentation; Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby digital mono.|
|Contents:||Disc 1. Spock's brain / written by Lee Cronin ; directed by Marc Daniels --
The Enterprise incident / written by D.C. Fontana ; directed by John Meredyth Lucas --
The Paradise syndrome / written by Margaret Armen ; directed by Jud Taylor --
And the children shall lead / written by Edward J. Lakso ; directed by Marvin Chomsky. Disc 2. Is there in truth no beauty / written by Jean Lisette Aroeste ; directed by Ralph Senensky --
Spectre of the gun / written by Lee Cronin ; directed by Vincent McEveety --
Day of the dove / written by Jerome Bixby ; directed by Marvin Chomsky --
For the world is hollow and I have touched the sky / written by Rik Vollaerts ; directed by Tony Leader. Disc 3. The Tholian web / written by Judy Burns and Chet Richards ; directed by Herb Wallerstein --
Plato's stepchildren / written by Meyer Dolinsky ; directed by David Alexander --
Wink of an eye / teleplay by Arthur Heinemann ; story by Lee Cronin ; directed by Jud Taylor --
The empath / written byJoyce Muskat ; directed by John Erman. disc 4. Elaan of Troyius / written and directed by John Meredyth Lucas --
Whom gods destroy / teleplay by Lee Erwin ; story by Lee Erwin and Jerry Sohl ; directed by Herb Wallerstein --
Let that be your last battlefield / teleplay by Oliver Crawford ; story by Lee Cronin ; directed by Jud Taylor --
The mark of Gideon / written by George F. Slavin and Stanley Adams ; directed by Jud Taylor. Disc 5. That which survives / teleplay by John Meredyth Lucas ; story by Michael Richards ; directed by Herb Wallerstein --
The lights of Zetar / written by Jeremy Tarcher and Shari Lewis ; directed by Herb Kenwith --
Requiem for Methuselah / written by Jerome Bixby ; directed by Murray Golden --
The way to Eden / teleplay by Arthur Heimemann ; story by Michael Richards and Arthur Heinemann ; directed by David Alexander. Disc 6. The cloud minders / teleplay by Margaret Armen ; story by David Gerrold and Oliver Crawford ; directed by Jud Taylor --
The savage curtain / teleplay by Gene Roddenberry and Arthur Heinemann ; story by Gene Roddenberry ; directed by Herschel Daugherty --
All our yesterdays / written by Jean Lisette Aroeste ; directed by Marvin Chomsky --
Turnabout intruder / teleplay by Arthur H. Singer ; story by Gene Roddenberry ; directed by Herb Wallerstein. Disc 7. The cage / directed by Robert Butler ; written and produced by Gene Roddenberry ; a Desilu production (c1964) --
The cage (extended version) / directed by Robert Butler ; written and produced by Gene Roddenberry ; a Desilu production (c1964) --
special features. Billy Blackburn's treasure chest part 3 ; To boldly go, season three --
A Star Trek collector's dream come true ; Life beyond Trek: Walter Koenig ; Chief engineer's log ; Memoirs from Mr. Sulu ; Star Trek's impact.
|Other Titles:||Star trek (Television program).
|Responsibility:||created by Gene Roddenberry ; produced by Fred Freiberger ; executive producer, Gene Roddenberry ; a Paramount Production in association with Norway Corporation ; CBS.|
- Kirk, James T. (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
- Spock (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
- McCoy, Leonard (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
- Sulu, Hikaru (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
- Scott, Montgomery (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
- Outer space -- Exploration -- Drama.
- Interplanetary voyages -- Drama.
- Space ships -- Drama.
- Space flight -- Drama.
- Science and civilization -- Drama.
- Exploration of outer space.
- Interplanetary voyages.
- Kirk, James T. (Fictitious character)
- McCoy, Leonard (Fictitious character)
- Science and civilization.
- Scott, Montgomery (Fictitious character)
- Space flight.
- Space ships.
- Spock (Fictitious character)
- Sulu, Hikaru (Fictitious character)
- Outer space.