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Region 1 cover

Region 1 cover
DVD release
Series: TAS
Season: One & Two
No. of episodes: 22
No. of discs: 4
Region 1 release date: 21 November 2006
Region 2 release date: 4 December 2006
23 March 2009 (re-released)
Rating(s): BBFC U IFCO PG FSK 6 NICAM AL MCCYP 15
Subtitles: English, Spanish, Portuguese (region 1)
German, English, Danish, Finnish, Dutch, Italienisch, Norwegian, Swedish, Spanish, French (region 2)
Reference: ASIN B000HEWEJ4 (region 1)
ASIN B000J3EG62 (region 2)
ASIN B001R65FMY (region 2 re-release)
ASIN B000JGW83W (region 2, German)
Year: 2269-2270
TAS R2 slimline DVD cover.jpg

Region 2 slimline cover

Region 2 slimline cover
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Main menu

Main menu

Star Trek: The Animated Series – The Animated Adventures of Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek is a DVD collection containing all twenty-two of the TAS episodes which were broadcast during the series' run. The original release came in identical, hard plastic case packaging for both region 1 and 2. The region 2 re-release of 2009 was packaged in a standard snap case.

Episodes

Disc
Episode
1
"Beyond the Farthest Star"
"Yesteryear"
"One of Our Planets Is Missing"
"The Lorelei Signal"
"More Tribbles, More Troubles"
"The Survivor"
2
"The Infinite Vulcan"
"The Magicks of Megas-Tu"
"Once Upon a Planet"
"Mudd's Passion"
"The Terratin Incident"
"The Time Trap"
3
"The Ambergris Element"
"The Slaver Weapon"
"The Eye of the Beholder"
"The Jihad"
"The Pirates of Orion"
4
"Bem"
"The Practical Joker"
"Albatross"
"How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth"  
"The Counter-Clock Incident"
Special Features

Special features

Background information

Some of the special features of this DVD were done by Andy Mangels who, for several years, did special features for other DVDs. He reflected, "When Paramount did the TAS series on DVD, I proposed to do the special features. They passed, but I did end up providing a lot of material they used for their set and documentary." [1]

The release artwork on the DVDs feature main characters of the series, in animated form:

Cover gallery

See also


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Star Trek: Fan Collective - Klingon
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Star Trek: Fan Collective - Captain's Log

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