The Conscience of the King
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Episode:  13     Airdate:  December 8, 1966
Balance of Terror
©1978 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  9     Airdate:  December 15, 1966
Shore Leave
©1978 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  17     Airdate:  December 29, 1966
The Galileo Seven
©1978 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  14     Airdate:  January 5, 1967

Catalog Number 05092-4
Running Time 200 minutes
Issued August 31, 2004
Languages / Channels English 5.1
English 2.0
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13 5.10 mb/s 6 50min 28sec
9 5.19 mb/s 10 50min 30sec
17 4.76 mb/s 8 50min 22sec
14 4.72 mb/s 6 50min 20sec

The Conscience of the King
Directed by Gerd Oswald
Written by Barry Trivers
Produced by Gene L. Coon
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
Guest Stars Arnold Moss
Barbara Anderson
Featuring DeForest Kelley
Grace Lee Whitney
Stardate 2817.6
Mass murderer aboard the Enterprise!

Kirk beams up Anton Karidian (Arnold Moss) and unknown to him, danger lurks in the corridors of the starship. Could Karidian be Kodos the Executioner, thought to have died 20 years ago? When Karidian's Shakespearean acting troupe performs, beware...the play's the thing!

Watch closely for your only chance to see the Observation Deck; it's not seen in any other episode. And bid farewell to Lt. Kevin Ripley in his last appearance in STAR TREK.


Balance of Terror
Directed by Vincent McEveety
Written by Paul Schneider
Produced by Gene Roddenberry
Starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
Guest Stars Mark Lenard
Paul Comi
Featuring Grace Lee Whitney
DeForest Kelley
Stardate 1709.1
Federation outposts destroyed by Romulans!

It's a game of cat and mouse for Kirk and the Romulan commander (Mark Lenard), whose cloaking device renders his ship invisible - and very deadly! How long can Kirk protect the Enterprise from his unseen enemy?

This is our first look at the Romulans, and we'll learn why they mysteriously resemble the Vulcans.


Shore Leave
Directed by Robert Sparr
Written by Theodore Sturgeon
Produced by Gene L. Coon
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
Guest Stars Emily Banks
Oliver McGowan
Perry Lopez
Featuring DeForest Kelley
James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
George Takei
Stardate 3025.3
The White Rabbit and Alice in Wonderland? A knight on horseback? Don Juan, a Samurai warrior, a World War II fighter plane? These strange sights await Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise when they beam down for shore leave on a mysterious planet. Is it all an illusion or some sort of trick? So it would seem, until the knight charges Dr. McCoy - and kills him!

The script is by Theodore Sturgeon, award-winning science fiction writer, who also write the episode Amok Time.


The Galileo Seven
Directed by Robert Gist
Teleplay by Oliver Crawford and S. Bar-David
Story by Oliver Crawford
Produced by Gene L. Coon
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
Guest Star Don Marshall
Featuring James Doohan
Nichelle Nichols
George Takei
Stardate 2821.5
Shuttlecraft crew stranded!

Spock learns the trials of command when Kirk sends him, along with Scotty, McCoy and a shuttlecraft crew, to investigate a quasar-like phenomenon. but the shuttlecraft is pulled off course and crash lands on an unknown planet. Enterprise's sensors aren't working, and the High Commissioner orders Kirk to abandon the search and continue his mission to deliver urgently needed medical supplies. Can Spock save his crew before the planet's giant Neanderthal-like creatures kill them all?


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