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Star Trek: The Original Series
The City on the Edge of Forever
©1978 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  28     Airdate:  April 6, 1967
Star Trek: The Original Series
The Enterprise Incident
©1968 Paramount Pictures Corp. and Norway Corp. All rights reserved.
Episode:  59     Airdate:  September 27, 1968
Star Trek: The Original Series
Balance of Terror
©1978 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  9     Airdate:  December 15, 1966
Star Trek: The Next Generation
In Theory
©1991 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  99     Airdate:  June 3, 1991
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Chain of Command
©1992 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  136/137     Airdate:  December 14, 1992 / December 21, 1992
Star Trek: The Next Generation
Darmok
©1991 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  102     Airdate:  September 30, 1991
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Far Beyond the Stars
©1998 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  138     Airdate:  February 9, 1998
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
What You Leave Behind
©1999 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  175 & 176     Airdate:  June 2, 1999
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
In the Pale Moonlight
©1998 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  143     Airdate:  April 13, 1998
Star Trek: Voyager
Counterpoint
©1998 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  104     Airdate:  December 16, 1998
Star Trek: Voyager
The Omega Directive
©1998 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  89     Airdate:  April 15, 1998
Star Trek: Voyager
Flashback
©1996 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  45     Airdate:  September 11, 1996
Star Trek: Enterprise
Judgment
©2003 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  45     Airdate:  April 9, 2003
Star Trek: Enterprise
These Are the Voyages...
©2005 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  98     Airdate:  May 13, 2005
Star Trek: Enterprise
First Flight
©2003 Paramount Pictures. All rights reserved.
Episode:  50     Airdate:  May 14, 2003

Catalog Number 12372
Running Time 834 minutes
5 Dual Layer DVDs
Retail Price $39.99
Issued July 24, 2007
Languages / Channels English 5.1
English 2.0
Spanish 2.0
Brazilian Portuguese 2.0
Language Subtitles English
Spanish
Brazilian Portuguese
Interactive Menus
Bonus Features Episode Introductions
Interviews
Episode Average
Bitrate
Chapters Run Time
TOS 028 4.95 mb/s 7 50min 22sec
TOS 059 5.00 mb/s 7 50min 38sec
TOS 009 5.19 mb/s 10 50min 30sec
TNG 136/137 5.91 mb/s 13 85min 54sec
TNG 102 5.57 mb/s 8 45min 32sec
DS9 138 5.66 mb/s 8 45min 10sec
DS9 175/176 5.56 mb/s 16 91min 48sec
DS9 143 5.55 mb/s 8 45min 12sec
VOY 104 5.66 mb/s 8 46min 00sec
VOY 089 5.71 mb/s 8 45min 56sec
VOY 045 5.77 mb/s 8 45min 50sec
ENT 045 6.24 mb/s 8 42min 48sec
ENT 098 5.53 mb/s 8 42min 44sec
ENT 050 6.90 mb/s 8 42min 46sec

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Star Trek: The Original Series
The City on the Edge of Forever
Directed by Joseph Pevney
Written by Harlan Ellison
Produced by Gene L. Coon
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
Guest Star Joan Collins
Featuring DeForest Kelley
Stardate 3134.0
Kirk, Spock and McCoy trapped in the 20th century!

Accidentally overdosed with cordrazine, a delirious McCoy (DeForest Kelley) transports to the planet below. Kirk (William Shatner), Spock (Leonard Nimoy) and a landing party discover a "time portal" through which McCoy disappears! Suddenly the Enterprise vanishes, and Kirk and Spock must enter the vortex to search for McCoy. Arriving in 1930, Kirk falls deeply in love with Edith Keeler (Joan Collins), only to learn she must die in order for time to return to normal!


Star Trek: The Original Series
The Enterprise Incident
Directed by John Meredyth Lucas
Written by D.C. Fontana
Produced by Fred Freiberger
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
DeForest Kelley
Guest Star Joanne Linville
Stardate 5031.3
Is Mr. Spock a traitor?

Kirk appears to be suffering from a nervous breakdown and orders the Enterprise into forbidden Romulan territory. Suddenly the Enterprise is surrounded by three Romulan ships demanding Kirk's surrender! Aboard the enemy vessel, Spock denounces Kirk and appears to show interest in the Romulan female commander. Kirk then attacks Spock who uses the Vulcan Death Grip on his captain! Has Spock killed Captain Kirk? And how can the Enterprise escape from the treacherous Romulans?


Star Trek: The Original Series
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.


Star Trek: The Next Generation
In Theory
Directed by Patrick Stewart
Written by Joe Menosky and Ronald D. Moore
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring Patrick Stewart
Jonathan Frakes
Also Starring LeVar Burton
Michael Dorn
Gates McFadden
Marina Sirtis
Brent Spiner
Guest Star Whoopi Goldberg as Guinan
Stardate 44932.3
After receiving an unexpected and passionate kiss, Data becomes intrigued by the idea of dating Ensign Jenna Anaya (Michele Scarabelli). Incapable of experiencing human emotions, he seeks advise from friends and then creates a special program to guide him through the intricacies of life.

Meanwhile, when the Enterprise draws closer to an unexploded nebula, objects around the ship mysteriously begin to disappear. When a section of the ship's floor vanishes, accidentally killing a crew member, Data surmises the disturbances may be caused by pockets of dark matter in the nebula.

Realizing the ship is in grave danger, Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) boards a shuttle and attempts to guide the starship to safety. But like Data's relationship, traversing the nebula proves to be a challenging and dangerous experience!


Star Trek: The Next Generation
Chain of Command
Directed by Robert Scheerer / Les Landau
Teleplay by Ronald D. Moore
Story by Frank Abatemarco
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Michael Piller
Starring Patrick Stewart
Jonathan Frakes
Also Starring LeVar Burton
Michael Dorn
Gates McFadden
Marina Sirtis
Brent Spiner
Guest Stars Ronny Cox
Natalija Nogulich
John Durbin
Lou Wagner and
David Warner as Gul Madred
Stardate 46357.4
With tensions between the Federation and the Cardassians on the rise, Picard (Patrick Stewart) is relieved of command and sent on a covert mission into Cardassian space.

Meanwhile, Captain Jellico (Ronny Cox) assumes command of the Enterprise and, much to the dismay of the crew, begins implementing changes in preparation for a full scale war. The Cardassians are rumored to be developing matagenic weapons on Celtris III, and Picard and his team must locate these weapons and destroy them at any cost.

After arriving on the forbidden planet, the assault team enters a cavern, realizing too late, that it's a trap. Picard is captured an taken to the ruthless Gul Madred (David Warner) for interrogation.

The Cardassians ruthlessly interrogate Picard (Patrick Stewart) in hopes of learning Federation strategy in case of an attack. Back on the Enterprise, Gul Lernec (John Durbin) informs Captain Jellico (Ronny Cox) and the crew that Picard is being held hostage. Riker (Jonathan Frakes) wants to attempt a rescue, but Jellico refuses and the two clash. Ultimately, Riker is relieved of duty.

Fearing a Cardassian invasion, Jellico then orders the Enterprise to Minos Korva to intercept the attacking forces and launch a first strike. As Picard fights for his life in the interrogation chamber, the Enterprise lays mines throughout the sector giving the Federation the upper hand in the battle. But can they save Picard?


Star Trek: The Next Generation
Darmok
Directed by Winrich Kolbe
Teleplay by Joe Menosky
Story by Philip Lazebnik and Joe Menosky
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring Patrick Stewart
Jonathan Frakes
Also Starring LeVar Burton
Michael Dorn
Gates McFadden
Marina Sirtis
Brent Spiner
Guest Stars Richard Allen
Colm Meaney
Paul Winfield as Captain Dathon
Stardate 45047.2
The Enterprise responds to a signal from the Tamarians, an alien race whose language is incomprehensible to humans. After attempts at communication with the aliens prove futile, Picard (Patrick Stewart) is suddenly transported to a deserted planet with the Tamarian Captain, Dathon (Paul Winfield).

While the crew fights to retrieve him, Picard struggles to communicate with Dathon, and a mysterious beast begins to hunt them both. Just as Picard begins to comprehend that the Tamarians communicate by metaphor, Dathon is mortally wounded. At the last second Picard is transported out of harm's way, but now the Tamarians are ready to go to war unless Picard can explain what happened!


Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Far Beyond the Stars
Directed by Avery Brooks
Teleplay by Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
Story by Marc Scott Zicree
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Ira Steven Behr
Starring Avery Brooks
Also Starring René Auberjonois
Michael Dorn
Terry Farrell
Cirroc Lofton
Colm Meaney
Alexander Siddig
Armin Shimerman
Nana Visitor
Stardate Unknown
After a friend's ship is destroyed and Sisko (Avery Brooks) considers leaving Starfleet, he begins having visions of his crew as 1950s Americans. Bashir's examination reveals unusual synaptic patterns, but before Sisko can discuss treatment, he finds himself in 1953 New York City as Benny Russell, a writer for a science-fiction magazine. Fellow staffers resemble O'Brien (Colm Meaney), Kira (Nana Visitor), Bashir (Alexander Siddig), Dax (Terry Farrell), and Quark (Armin Shimerman) in human form, and their editor, Pabst, looks like a human Odo (René Auberjonois). Writing assignments are given as illustrations, and each writer creates a story to fit their drawing. Benny's illustration is a crude version of Deep Space Nine.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
What You Leave Behind
Directed by Allan Kroeker
Written by Ira Steven Behr & Hans Beimler
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Ira Steven Behr
Starring Avery Brooks
Also Starring René Auberjonois
Nicole deBoer
Michael Dorn
Cirroc Lofton
Colm Meaney
Alexander Siddig
Armin Shimerman
Nana Visitor
Stardate Unknown
On the eve of battle, Bashir (Alexander Siddig) and Ezri (Nicole deBoer) spend the night together. Later, with Sisko (Avery Brooks) in command, the Defiant joins the Federation-Klingon-Romulan fleet as the invasion of Cardassia is launched. On Cardassia Prime, Kira (Nana Visitor), Damar (Casey Biggs) and Garak (Andrew J. Robinson) discuss Resistance plans to sabotage the Dominion's power and communication centers. On Bajor, Kai Winn (Louise Fletcher) asks Dukat (Marc Alaimo) to join her when she releases the Pah-wraiths from the Fire Caves, and Dukat vows to destroy Sisko.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
In the Pale Moonlight
Directed by Victor Lobl
Teleplay by Michael Taylor
Story by Peter Allen Fields
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Ira Steven Behr
Starring Avery Brooks
Also Starring René Auberjonois
Michael Dorn
Terry Farrell
Cirroc Lofton
Colm Meaney
Alexander Siddig
Armin Shimerman
Nana Visitor
Stardate 51721.3
Going over casualty lists, Sisko (Avery Brooks) realizes there is only one hope of winning the war -- the Romulans, who signed a non-aggression pact with the Dominion, must be convinced to join the Federation/Klingon Alliance. Sure that the Dominion will eventually invade Romulus anyway, Sisko recruits Garak (Andrew Robinson) to discreetly obtain evidence from Cardassia that will bring the Romulans into the war.

Star Trek: Voyager
Counterpoint
Directed by Les Landau
Written by Michael Taylor
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Starring Kate Mulgrew
Also Starring Robert Beltran
Roxann Dawson
Robert Duncan McNeill
Ethan Phillips
Robert Picardo
Tim Russ
Jeri Ryan
Garrett Wang
Stardate Unknown
The crew of U.S.S. Voyager rescues two families of telepathic alien refugees from the Devore Imperium, they are intercepted by a Devore squadron and boarded by inspectors searching for the defectors. Soon Kashyk (Mark Harelik), the lead Devore officer pleads with Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) to grant him asylum.

Star Trek: Voyager
The Omega Directive
Directed by Victor Lobl
Teleplay by Lisa Klink
Story by Jimmy Diggs & Steve J. Kay
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Jeri Taylor
Starring Kate Mulgrew
Also Starring Robert Beltran
Roxann Dawson
Robert Duncan McNeill
Ethan Phillips
Robert Picardo
Tim Russ
Jeri Ryan
Garrett Wang
Stardate 51781.2
The crew is mystified when Captain Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) begins an important, though highly secretive, operation in response to a strange subspace disturbance. Chakotay (Robert Beltran) finally compels her to tell the crew so that they may help. Janeway explains that the U.S.S. Voyager has detected a dangerous, unstable substance called the Omega. The molecule has the power to destroy space and Starfleet's highly classified operating order is to destroy the Omega whenever it is encountered. Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) speaks out to say that the Borg believe the Omega can be captured and neutralized for study, which puts her in conflict with Janeway's Starfleet mission.

Star Trek: Voyager
Flashback
Directed by David Livingston
Written by Brannon Braga
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Jeri Taylor
Starring Kate Mulgrew
Also Starring Robert Beltran
Roxann Biggs-Dawson
Jennifer Lein
Robert Duncan McNeill
Ethan Phillips
Robert Picardo
Tim Russ
Garrett Wang
Stardate 50126.4
Tuvok (Tim Russ) has a dark secret in his past - one that might destroy his future. When Tuvok experiences mental pain and dizziness, the doctor (Robert Picardo) believes the cause may be a repressed traumatic memory. With his neural system starting to degrade, Tuvok asks Janeway (Kate Mulgrew) to mind-meld with him, hoping that together they can bring the memory into consciousness. The mind-meld takes Tuvok and Janeway to the site of Tuvok's first Starfleet assignment - the Starship Excelsior, commanded by Captain Hikaru Sulu (George Takei). Tuvok clashes with Sulu, objecting to their mission: an attempt to rescue Captain Kirk and Doctor McCoy from the Klingon homeworld. As the Excelsior heads into battle, the mind-meld goes amiss. Suddenly, Tuvok is in grave danger...and Janeway is visible to the Excelsior crew.

Star Trek: Enterprise
Judgment
Directed by Jim Conway
Teleplay by Taylor Elmore & David A. Goodman
Story by David A. Goodman
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Starring Scott Bakula
Connor Trinneer
Jolene Blalock
Dominic Keating
Anthony Montgomery
Linda Park
John Billingsley
Mission Date: Unknown
Captain Archer (Scott Bakula) stands accused before a Klingon tribunal of conspiring against the Empire, and his only hope of escaping a death sentence or life in the dilithium mines of Rura Penthe is an aging and disenchanted Klingon lawyer with little energy or enthusiasm for the case.

Star Trek: Enterprise
These Are the Voyages...
Directed by Allan Kroeker
Written by Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Starring Scott Bakula
Connor Trinneer
Jolene Blalock
Dominic Keating
Anthony Montgomery
Linda Park
John Billingsley
Mission Date: Unknown
Six years in the future, an emotional Captain Archer (Scott Bakula) and the crew return to Earth to face the decommission of Enterprise and signing of the Federation charter, ratifying the newly-formed alliance of planets they helped forge.

Star Trek: Enterprise
First Flight
Directed by LeVar Burton
Written by John Shiban & Chris Black
Executive Producers Rick Berman & Brannon Braga
Starring Scott Bakula
Connor Trinneer
Jolene Blalock
Dominic Keating
Anthony Montgomery
Linda Park
John Billingsley
Mission Date: Unknown
While Enterprise is investigating what appears to be a dark matter nebula, Archer (Scott Bakula) receives news that A.G. Robinson, his old rival in the early days of the NX test program, has died. During a shuttlepod mission into the dark matter phenomenon, Archer reminisces to T'Pol (Jolene Blalock)about the time he and Robinson were pilots competing for the honor of being the first to break the Warp 2 barrier.


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