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Nice stocking filler for any Star Trek fans

OK, all you Trekkers who have been resisting the Star Trek: Fan Collective series on principle because it's an inexpensive repackaging of the episodes you already have on DVD. Captain's Log, the fifth in the series, raises the bar, not just by including a fifth disc, but by providing a host of brand-new content. As usual, fans selected the initial 10 episodes--two per series--but each "captain"--William Shatner, James T. Kirk of the Original Series; Patrick Stewart, Jean-Luc Picard of The Next Generation; Avery Brooks, Benjamin Sisko of Deep Space Nine; Kate Mulgrew, Kathryn Janeway of Voyager; and Scott Bakula, Jeffery Archer of Enterprise--picked a third episode as a personal favourite. Each captain then introduces the selected episode in about a one-minute segment (the exception is Shatner, who dishes for 12 minutes about "The City on the Edge of Forever," joined partway through by co-star Joan Collins), and in most cases, introduces the fan-selected ones as well. Finally, each captain is interviewed in a series of featurettes (some with common themes, such as "The Importance of the Captain's Log," "What Makes a Good Captain," or the character's legacy or future) lasting 8 to 12 minutes total. (Brooks' segments don't follow the themes and appear to be recorded a while back.) And thankfully, of all the episodes in the set--"The City on the Edge of Forever," "The Enterprise Incident," and "Balance of Terror" from the Original Series; "In Theory," "Chain of Command," and "Darmok" from The Next Generation; "Far Beyond the Stars," "What You Leave Behind" parts 1 and 2, and "In the Pale Moonlight" from Deep Space Nine; "Counterpoint," "The Omega Directive," and "Flashback" from Voyager; and "Judgment," "These Are the Voyages," and "First Flight" from Enterprise--only "The City on the Edge of Forever" is repeated from a previous Fan Collective, and it's hard to complain about seeing that episode too many times.

Culled from the original Star Trek series and its four spin-offs, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise, this collection presents the best captain-related episodes as voted by actual fans. In addition, each of the series' captains--Star Trek's William Shatner, The Next Generation's Patrick Stewart, Deep Space Nine's Avery Brooks, Voyager's Kate Mulgrew, and Enterprise's Scott Bakula--choose their own personal favorite episode.

The fans - and captains - have spoken! Not only have Star Trek fans voted online for their all-time favourite captain`s episodes but, for the first time ever, each legendary "captain" (William Shatner, Patrick Stewart, Avery Brooks, Kate Mulgrew and Scott Bakula) has also chosen his or her personal favourite episode (including an introduction).

Prepare yourself for pulse-pounding action and unimaginable adventure with five courageous captains as they dare "to boldly go where no one has gone before."

DVD special features:

- Special Episode Introductions by all the Star Trek Captains.

- Introduction to the Captain's Log Fan Collective with William Shatner.

- The Importance of "The Captain's Log" with William Shatner, Patrick Stewart, Kate Mulgrew and Scott Bakula.

- Captain Kirk's Legacy with William Shatner.

- Star Trek's Impact with Avery Brooks.

- Looking Back with Patrick Stewart, Kate Mulgrew and Scott Bakula.

Closing Statement with Scott Bakula.

Slightly more at Hut/Zavvi so if you have a Walkers code might be worth buying from there to save a few pennies
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When getting to the link the description says "Number of disks 1 " so how can this be a boxed set of 5 DVDs
When getting to the link the description says "Number of disks 1 " so how can this be a boxed set of 5 DVDs

They are fibbing - it is 5 discs. Companies often put '1 disc' - I've seen 48 Disc boxsets listed as '1 disc'

Edited By: andywedge on Nov 17, 2010 13:55: link

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