Star Trek, the Original Series

Star Trek, the Original Series

Season Two

DVD - 2004
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The U.S.S. Enterprise embarks on more missions to explore the galaxy, she is commanded by Captain James T. Kirk. Along his side is his First Officer Mr. Spock, who is from the planet Vulcan. With a determined crew, the Enterpirse encounters Klingons, Romulans, time prardoxes, tribbles and many more problems. Their mission is to explore strange new worlds, to seek new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before.


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Apr 04, 2019

Disk 5 missing. Trouble with tribbeks at that. (sad face)

Feb 28, 2018

(*Famous "Star Trek" quote*) - "To boldly go where no man has gone before!"

The 26 TV episodes featured on this 8-disc set are from the 2nd Season of the original "Star Trek" (1967-1968). The phenomenal popularity of this SyFy/Adventure series and all of its many incarnations has managed to endure for 50 years now.

Set in the 23rd century - Star Trek's voyage originally started out as a 5-year mission (propelled along on the U.S.S. Enterprise) to explore the vast galaxy beyond our own solar system.

Captained by James T. Kirk (played by a 36-year-old William Shatner) and crewed by a team of 430 Vulcans and humans - This fantastic journey to the stars was set into motion through the United Federation of Planets.

So - All you eager space-cadets - Buckle up your seat-belts and get ready for the original Star Trek. (To be sure) - It's guaranteed to take you "where no man has gone before" (1960's style).

Jun 17, 2017

Classic !!!!!!! been watching it since I was little and still great after all these years . Original series is what I watch !!!!! Kirk and Spock !!!! 420

THUD55 Jul 10, 2013

I enjoyed the series when I saw it in the 60's and again on this collection. the stories are well done and powerful. sometimes the stories had a message; sometimes they just had fun but they were all well acted. the music was memorable too. the characters are well-defined. the series had women and minorities in roles other than just supporting or minor roles.

May 16, 2013

To the last comment before mine, you are so wrong, will shatner and leonard nimoy and their buddys blow tng away, please, you are obviously a child who knows nothing about acting, go take some classes and then come back and write a real review or comment. No hard feelings kiddo, but I think you wrong.

laustcawz Mar 02, 2012

This was almost the final season. The show didn't do terrifically in the ratings & NBC was going to cancel it, but a huge letter-writing campaign from ardent fans saved it for one more season. For those who don't know, there was even a Saturday morning cartoon version in the '70s, complete with the voices of most of the original cast & involvement with some of the writers/producers, including D.C. Fontana.

joehanna45 Oct 25, 2011

A TV series that was way-ahead of its time. The special effects were top-of-the-line for the mid-1960's. Altough the special effects are dated, this is still the best, "Trek".

Aug 11, 2011

Another great season! Same excellent casting; more interesting and entertaining plotlines, especially the Trouble with Tribbles episode. It's hard to believe this show is almost 45 years old. It's a real credit to the vision and creativity of Gene Roddenberry. The 21st century touch-ups were very well done and didn't detract from the series at all. Highly enjoyable. I'm really looking forward to watching season three!

Aug 05, 2011

To one who grew up with The Next Generation (TNG), the original Star Trek is quite a disappointment. Episode after episode features a teenage boy's wet dream of a female who tries to seduce the captain, doesn't develop plot ideas beyond a trivial level, and relies on mysterious equipment failures to keep the show dragging on until moments before the end. TNG is better produced, has more and better actors, and its plots have far more depth and variety.


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