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LaserDisc release
Series: TAS
Season: One & Two
No. of episodes: 22
No. of discs: 6
Release date: 20 March 1990
Japan release date: 8 March 1997
Reference: LV60754-6 (US)
PILA-1406 (Japan)
Year: 2269-2270

Star Trek: The Animated Series was the first series to be released in a box set, on any format. This LaserDisc set was only released in two countries, the US on 20 March 1990 and Japan on 8 March 1997. It was re-released without changes in US in 1997, after being unavailable for a time.

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Episodes Edit

Disc
Episode
Reference
01
"More Tribbles, More Troubles"
"The Infinite Vulcan"
"Yesteryear"
"Beyond the Farthest Star"
LV60754-601
PILA-140601
02
"The Survivor"
"The Lorelei Signal"
"One of Our Planets Is Missing"
"Mudd's Passion"
LV60754-602
PILA-140602
03
"The Magicks of Megas-Tu"
"The Time Trap"
"The Slaver Weapon"
"The Ambergris Element"
LV60754-603
PILA-140603
04
"The Jihad"
"The Terratin Incident"
"The Eye of the Beholder"
"Once Upon a Planet"
LV60754-604
PILA-140604
05
"Bem"
"Albatross"
"The Pirates of Orion"
"The Practical Joker"
LV60754-605
PILA-140605
06
"How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth"
"The Counter-Clock Incident"
LV60754-606
PILA-140606

Episodes in other collections Edit

Country Disc Cover Episodes Release Date Reference
UK 01 DS9 Triple Tribble Troubles LD Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Triple Tribble Troubles
"More Tribbles, More Troubles"
11 August 1997 PLTEB-36231

Background information Edit

"The Ambergris Element" is listed as episode 13 instead of 12, and the numbering continues after that up to 23.

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