Star Trek: The Animated Series BluRay £13.50 (Using Code) @ Zoom
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Star Trek: The Animated Series BluRay £13.50 (Using Code) @ Zoom

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Star Trek: The Animated Series. The Animated Adventures of Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek now on Blu-ray 22 episode first season of the animated version of Gene Roddenberry's seminal sci-fi series. In 1973, at the peak of the original series' success, Roddenberry made an animated version of Star Trek featuring the voices of nearly all of the original cast members. Here, the entire series is re-mastered with updated audio quality. Creator Gene Roddenberry's animated version of Star Trek features the voices of nearly the entire cast of the original live-action series, including William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, George Takei, James Doohan, Nichelle Nichols and Majel Barrett, as well as many of the original series writers, and guest stars. It was executive produced by Gene Roddenberry, and produced by D.C. Fontana, who has been with Star Trek from it's very beginnings. Being animated, the series could boldly go where the original series could not, it was able to show more exotic aliens, spaceships, and planetscapes. It broke new ground, won an Emmy award, and it left a lasting impression on the Star Trek universe.

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this is a great series,bought the dvd a while back

I don't know why they don't just remake these cartoons and just keep the voice overs. The cartoon artwork was pretty basic even for the times but the stories were not bad and obviously the cast were great.

presterjohn71

I don't know why they don't just remake these cartoons and just keep the … I don't know why they don't just remake these cartoons and just keep the voice overs. The cartoon artwork was pretty basic even for the times but the stories were not bad and obviously the cast were great.



Same reason a lot of stuff doesn't get done, it would cost money and this was never a huge hit to begin with so putting hundreds of thousands into redoing the animation is a non starter.

A little bit cheaper than the HMV exclusive, which quickly went out of stock (though might still be in some stores at £15). But I'm glad I got HMV release as it has 22 art cards, ie. one for each episode.
Edited by: "imdave" 12th Feb
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