The Apple
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Episode:  38     Airdate:  October 13, 1967
The Doomsday Machine
©1978 Paramount Pictures Corp. All rights reserved.
Episode:  35     Airdate:  October 20, 1967
Catspaw
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Episode:  30     Airdate:  October 27, 1967
I, Mudd
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Episode:  41     Airdate:  November 3, 1967

Catalog Number 05093-2
Running Time 200 minutes
Issued November 2, 2004
Languages / Channels English 5.1
English 2.0
Interactive Menus
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38 5.50 mb/s 7 50min 22sec
35 5.20 mb/s 7 50min 30sec
30 5.17 mb/s 7 50min 20sec
41 5.15 mb/s 8 50min 16sec

The Apple
Directed by Joseph Pevney
Written by Max Ehrlich
Produced by Gene L. Coon
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
DeForest Kelley
Guest Stars Keith Andes
Celeste Yarnall
Stardate 3715.0
On Gamma Trianguli VI, Kirk and a landing party are plagued by poisonous plants, exploding rocks and attacks by lightning. They learn from the childlike natives that the planet is ruled by "Vaal," an all-seeing "god" which interprets Kirk's presence as a threat to the stability of the culture. To preserve this simplistic society, Vaal plans to destroy Kirk and the Enterprise.

If you look closely at "Markora," you may recognize actor David Soul of "Starsky and Hutch" fame.


The Doomsday Machine
Directed by Marc Daniels
Written by Norman Spinrad
Produced by Gene L. Coon
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
DeForest Kelley
Guest Star William Windom
Stardate 4202.9
Planet-eating beserker threatens Enterprise!

A giant robot ship which consumes planets for fuel has destroyed the crew of the U.S.S. Constellation, leaving only a guilt-ridden Commodore Decker (William Windom) aboard the crippled ship. Kirk beams over to effect repairs while Decker beams aboard the Enterprise. After Kirk loses radio contact with the Enterprise, the obsessed Commodore immediately seizes command from Spock! Decker is determined to destroy the planet-killer, even at the cost of Kirk's ship and the entire crew!


Catspaw
Directed by Joseph Pevney
Written by Robert Bloch
Produced by Gene L. Coon
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
DeForest Kelley
Guest Stars Antoinette Bower
Theo Marcuse
Stardate 3018.2
Trick or Treat!

On Pyris VII, Sulu and Scotty are rendered "zombies" by Korob and Sylvia, two beings who use black cats, magic wands and evil spells in an attempt to terrorize Kirk and company. When Kirk refuses to submit, Sylvia holds a voodoo-like image of the Enterprise over a flame, and the starship begins superheating! Will Sylvia's seductive charms spell disaster for Kirk and the crew of the Enterprise?


I, Mudd
Directed by Marc Daniels
Written by Stephen Kandel
Produced by Gene L. Coon
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
DeForest Kelley
Guest Stars Roger C. Carmel
Richard Tatro
Alyce Andrece
Rhae Andrece
Stardate 4513.3
Harry Mudd's at it again!

That intergalactic rogue, Harcourt Fenton Mudd, (Roger C. Carmel), returns to plague Captain Kirk! This time he's the self-proclaimed emperor of a planet of beautiful female androids who exist solely to serve mankind. Harry sends a male android, Norman, to hijack the Enterprise to his planet so that the androids will have other humans to serve. But Harry's scheme backfires when he, Kirk, and the Enterprise crew become the androids' captives!


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