Turnabout Intruder
©1969 Paramount Pictures Corp. and Norway Corp.
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The Cage
©1964, 1986 Paramount Pictures Corp.
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Episode 79 Episode 1
Airdate June 3, 1969 Airdate             

Catalog Number 60040-040
Running Time 185 minutes
Retail Price $19.98
Issued December 11, 2001
Languages / Channels English 5.1
English 2.0 Mono
Color/B&W Episode 1 Only
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1 (B/W & Color) 5.68 mb/s 16 70min 54sec
1 (Color) 5.58 mb/s 14 63min 28sec

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Turnabout Intruder
Directed by Herb Wallerstein
Teleplay by Arthur H. Singer
Story by Gene Roddenberry
Produced by Fred Freiberger
Executive Producer Gene Roddenberry
Starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
DeForest Kelley
Guest Stars Sandra Smith
Harry Landers
Stardate 2928.5
The Enterprise receives a distress call from Camus II, where they find all but two inhabitants dead from radiation. One survivor, Janice Lester is an old friend of Kirk's. But now she despises him and uses an alien technique to exchange bodies with him. When Kirk/Janice tries to explain things, Spock, Scotty and McCoy are accused of mutiny and Janice/Kirk calls for the death penalty!

This is the only time Kirk was played by another actor - Sandra Smith as Kirk/Janice.


The Cage
Directed by Robert Butler
Written by Gene Roddenberry
Produced by Gene Roddenberry
Starring Jeffrey Hunter
Susan Oliver
Leonard Nimoy as Mister Spock
Majel Barrett
John Hoyt
Peter Duryea
Laurel Goodwin

Stardate Unknown
This is the first voyage of the Starship Enterprise. Kirk's predecessor, Captain Christopher Pike, tries to rescue an earth crew that disappeared eighteen years earlier. But it's a trap! Pike is imprisoned in a zoo-like cage and studied by a mysterious higher life form.

The Cage is presented here in two versions. The first is a mixture of Color and Black & White footage, reconstructed from Gene Roddenberry's personal work print and color footage from The Menagerie. At the time of this reconstruction, the only known color print for The Cage was used in the actual editing process of The Menagerie, several minutes of the original color film were destroyed. However, in late 1988, Paramount was able to acquire the "lost" footage, and the result is the second version of The Cage, presented here in this splendid, restored color version.

The original Color/B&W version (labeled as Episode 99 for some unknown reason) includes the introduction and closing comments of creator Gene Roddenberry and has retained the original 2.0 mono soundtrack. The color version (mistakenly labeled as Episode 99) has been digitally enhanced and includes a 5.1 surround soundtrack.


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