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Star Trek - The Original Series, Vol. 13, Episodes 25 & 26: This Side of Paradise/ The Devil in the Dark [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest Kelley, Budd Albright, James Gregory
  • Réalisateurs : James Goldstone, Murray Golden
  • Format : Plein écran, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0), Anglais (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Paramount Home Video
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 22 février 2000
  • ASIN: 6305910464
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Alien Encounters 2 juillet 2001
Par Hank Drake - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Volume 13 of Paramount's complete Star Trek reissue contains two episodes long popular with fans.
This Side of Paradise is known primarily as the episode where Spock falls in love. This sensitive story was written by D. C. Fontana, who wrote many of the series' best scripts. Spock had been mostly asexual since the beginning of the series, but when Leonard Nimoy began to receive large quantities of fan mail, the writers decided to come up with a romance for Spock. This episode allows Nimoy to stretch his acting muscles and prove he can do more than merely raise his eyebrow. Seeing Spock come under the influence of the alien spores ("I love you. I can love you.") and finally escape his self-imposed purgatory of logic is akin to watching a butterfly escape from its cocoon. The scene with Kirk alone on the abandoned bridge is a searing portrait of the loneliness of command, excellently acted by Shatner.
William Shatner has referred to The Devil in The Dark as his favorite episode. It's easy to see why: the story, dealing with the crew encountering a new life form which makes the crew reconsider their actions, summarizes everything that Star Trek is about. The timelessness of the story makes it possible to overlook the rather dated Horta costume. This episode was also close to Shatner's heart for a very different reason: while filming the Horta mind-meld scene with Leonard Nimoy, he was notified that his father had passed away. Ever the professional, and knowing that he would not be able to catch a flight for several hours, Shatner refused to abandon that day's filming--although the scene remained unfinished until he returned from his father's funeral. Nimoy remained at his side for the remainder of the day, which cemented their relatively new friendship. Fortunately, there are no continuity problems resulting from the break in filming. In a reversal of the norm, Shatner underplays his performance during Spock's agonizing mild-meld with the Horta, allowing Nimoy to shine.
The picture has never looked better, with great colors and flesh tones, particularly in the outdoor scenes. The sound has been remastered in multichannel stereo.
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Two of the best episodes of ST:TOS 24 octobre 2001
Par Ross Nordeen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This is the first (and so far only) set of episodes of Star Trek: The Original Series that I've purchased. One of the main reasons is that so few of the sets contain more than one good episode. The highly erratic quality of the show and the (correct) decision to release the episodes in the exact order that they aired often means that one has to pick up a dud to get a favorite.
Fortunately, the two episodes on this disk are real gems. The first, "This Side of Paradise" is a great "Spock" episode, letting the viewer get to know the coldly logical Vulcan and explore his past. The second episode, "The Devil in the Dark" is a well-done sci-fi monster story.
Sadly, little is done to take advantage of the DVD format. There are no commentaries and only minimal extras in the form of trailers for the episodes. I hope Paramount does a better job when they release the DVD's for Star Trek: The Next Generation.
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Reaching an emotional core 13 juillet 2000
Par Michael Colvin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Two classic episdoes on this DVD, filled with some of the really tough questions. What is paradise? What is considered to be alive? There are just some of the questions which this DVD raises.
In "This Side of Paradise", The Enterprise crew becomes infected with a mind altering "spore" which transforms them into an ideal state of mind. The parallel to me from the late 70's is clear: the spores are a metaphor for drugs. The statement being that spores (drugs) might put you in an ideal "place", but without need nor want, there is no reason to exist.
In "The Devil in the Dark", a silicon-based lifeform attackes miners because her eggs were being destroyed. The classic "care for our earth" motto and "respect all forms of life" themes are definately being presented.
That's the best part of Star Trek. It has its morals, it has its really tough questions. But it was disguised in a way that it was still "entertaining". Best of all, both of these episdoes make you think!
The quality of both the sound and the picture are excellent, and of very high quality.
Overall, a great buy!
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Two of the best classic episodes 14 juin 2000
Par Reuben Herfindahl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
The first Spock kiss.
During Star Trek's first season, female horomones raged for Leonard Nimoy's stoic portrayal of Spock. Writers debated on how to give fans their wish of a "romantic" Spock story. "This side of Paradise" was the result. The Enterprise arives on a colony planet with plants that shoot spores that "relax" an individual, Spock gets hit and falls in love. The series would try Spock love stories later, but the first was the best ans most belivable. A must have.
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Par Jared Insell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Volume 13 of The Star Trek TOS DVD series has two of the first seasons most interesting episodes. Although I agree that Spock should have been on the cover instead of Scotty for both episodes include classic moments with the Vulcan Science officer. This DVD finds Leonard Nimoy exploring Spock's character somewhat.
The first episode here is THIS SIDE OF PARADISE. I have always found that this episode took a jab at the drug culture of the 1960's but I don't know if anyone agrees with me. The crew beam down to Omicron Ceti III expecting to find a bunch of dead colonists killed by a deadly radiation however instead they find a healthy happy colony. However it is later found out that a native exotic plant with drug like spores has effected the colony protecting them from the radiation but preventing them from making any progress in the colony. Soon the spores begin to affect the entire crew of the Enterprise and everybody abandons Kirk and the ship to live on the paradise including Spock. The episode is a standard Trek outing but it should be noted for Spock bagging the babe for once and of course showing emotions. The only thing that confuses me is why McCoy begins to speak in a ridiculous Southern accent when he is drugged? Silly if you ask me!
The other episode here is THE DEVIL IN THE DARK which is one of Trek's finest episodes in the first season and of course Shatner's personal fave. Kirk, Spock and McCoy beam down to mining colony of Janus V after a report monster has been killing 50 miners! It turns out the Monster is actually a silicon based lifeform known as a Horta. The creature is the last of it's kind and highly intelligent. It has laid thousands of bizarre looking eggs and is protecting them from the miners who had invaded on it's nest. In a strange way this episode tackles the racial issues of the sixties. Still this episode is a classic partly because of Spock's mind meld with the Horta creature which is priceless acting. Sure the Horta may look cheesy but the episode itself is great!
Overall Volume 13 is a must one classic and one standard but both memorable episodes from the original series. Take a close look at Spock in these episodes it really developes his character. Highly recommended!
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