Season 1 - Star Trek - The Original Series
Star Trek - The Original Series - Season 1
Star Trek - The Original Series - Season 1
Star Trek - The Original Series - Season 1
Star Trek - The Original SeriesNumber of episodes:
First Air Date:
September 8, 1966
- Season 1
No English translation available yetDer Weltraum - unendliche Weiten. Dies sind die Abenteuer des Raumschiffs Enterprise, das mit seiner 400 Mann starken Besatzung fünf Jahre lang unterwegs ist, um neue Welten zu entdecken, neue Lebensformen und neue Zivilisationen. Viele Lichtjahre von der Erde entfernt dringt die Enterprise dabei in Galaxien vor, die nie ein Mensch zuvor gesehen hat... Wir schreiben das Jahr 2264. 201 Jahre nachdem die Menschen mit Überlichtgeschwindigkeit reisen können und 113 Jahre nach dem Start der Enterprise NX-01 gehen Captain James T. Kirk und seine Crew an Bord des Constitution-Class Raumschiffs U.S.S. Enterprise. In den nächsten drei Jahren wird die Mannschaft der Enterprise auf Formwandler, Betrüger, Mörder und Verrückte treffen. Auf Wesen, die so mächtig sind, dass sie die Gedanken ganzer Gesellschaften kontrollieren können oder solche, die zu schwach sind, ihre eigenen mentalen Fähigkeiten im Zaum zu halten. Mannschaftsmitglieder werden geliebt, bedroht, beeinflußt, getötet, umworben, vom Tode zurückgeholt und rückwärts durch die Zeit katapultiert. Sie werden gezwungen, um ihr Leben und das ihrer Familie zu kämpfen. Durch diese Abenteuer entsteht ein Bund zwischen drei ungleichen Freunden: dem wagemutigen und charismatischen Captain, dem reizbaren Doktor und dem emotionslosen Vulkanier.
Legendärer Pilotfilm von ‚Raumschiff Enterprise‘! Die Enterprise unter Capt. Christopher Pike (Jeffrey Hunter) erhält ein vermeintliches Notsignal von einem abgelegenen Planeten. Als Pike und Mr. Spock (Leonard Nimoy) dort nach Überlebenden suchen, werden sie von den Einwohnern des Planeten in eine Falle gelockt. Dabei wird Pike gefangen genommen. Während seine Crew verzweifelt einen Weg sucht, ihn zu befreien, freundet er sich mit der Sklavin Vina (Susan Oliver) an.
A transporter malfunction splits Captain Kirk into two halves: one meek and indecisive, the other violent and ill tempered. The remaining crew members stranded on the planet cannot be beamed up to the ship until a the problem is fixed.
In a section of unexplored space, the Enterprise comes across a marker of sorts that will not let it pass. They destroy the marker and move on but soon find themselves in conflict with an unknown alien who accuses them of trespassing and tells them they have only 10 minutes to live. Kirk decides it's time to play a little poker and literally bluff his way out of the situation by telling the alien that the Enterprise has a device on board that will destroy the alien as well as the Enterprise. The bluff works but the alien turns out to be something quite unexpected.
While visiting a Starbase 11, the Enterprise is hijacked by Mr. Spock leaving Captain Kirk but abducting the recently crippled Captain Christopher Pike, former commander of the Enterprise. The destination: Talos IV, off limits by Federation order since the Enterprise first visited the planet thirteen years earlier while then under the command of Captain Pike. After Kirk and Commodore Mendez, the Starbase commander, intercept the Enterprise, a court martial against Spock's apparent treachery is convened. Spock's only defense is the ship's log showing Pike's capture and imprisonment by the inhabitants of Talos IV.
Spock's court martial views the video stream from Talos IV of Captain Pike's imprisonment 13 years earlier and the Enterprise's attempts to rescue him. Using their powers mind-reading and illusion, the Talosians place Pike in worlds from both his memory and his imagination. The one constant is Vina, the beautiful blonde survivor of a crashed Earth ship, the other half of the Talosians' intended captive Adam and Eve. Number One's attempts to liberate Pike result in herself and another woman captured as additional breeding stock. But when the humans and the Talosians learn more of each other, the situation takes a turn neither side expects. As they watch the past unfold, and as the Enterprise approaches Talos IV once again, Kirk and the court learn the real reason for Spock's mutiny.
The past three months has left the crew of the Enterprise exhausted and in desperate need of a break, but does this explain McCoy's encounter with a human-sized white rabbit or Kirk crossing paths with the prankster who plagued his days at Starfleet Academy?
When an alien race known as the Gorn destroys an Earth colony, the Enterprise pursues the fleeing Gorn vessel until another race of powerful aliens intervene and force Captain Kirk and the Gorn captain to face off in one on one combat in which the winner will be released and the loser, his ship and his crew destroyed.
The Enterprise travels to Beta 2 to learn the fate of the U.S.S. Archon, gone missing a century earlier. One member of the landing party disappears, and one returns in a strangely blissful state. Kirk beams down with another landing party; amidst the chaos of "Festival" their hosts asks if they are "Archons." To learn more, Kirk must convince Betan citizens to disobey Landru, the man who has ruled them for 6,000 years - or find those who already resist. But with the Lawgivers everywhere, that task is going to be difficult...
The Enterprise finds a 20th century spaceship which contains dozens of people in suspended animation. While investigating, one of the people is revived automatically. His name is Khan, a strikingly handsome Sihk who charms the Enterprise's historian, Lt. McGivers. While recovering, Khan reads up on the nearly 300 years of history he's missed, plus a lot of technical information on the Enterprise. Through research, Kirk discovers that he's a genetic superman that escaped after the Eugenics Wars of Earth's 20th century. But he's too late: Khan and McGivers have gone back to his ship, revived Khan's crew, and returned to commandeer the Enterprise. Before he's successful, the crew manages to lock out some controls of the ship. Khan attempts to coerce the bridge crew to give him the controls by torturing Kirk in a pressure chamber. They don't relent, and Kirk is believed to have died. However, McGivers had a change of heart and rescued Kirk. Together they initiate an gas attack on Khan's crew, disabling them. Once revived, Kirk realized that Khan's people would be a danger to 23rd century society. He then allows them to colonize a planet, which Lt. McGivers chooses to join them on rather than face a court martial.
The Enterprise is ordered to Omicron Ceti III, believed to be under constant irradiation from deadly Berthold Rays, in order to evacuate all the colonists. Upon arrival, however, it seems that the colonists are in perfect health and furthermore have no desire to leave their home. They are in fact under the influence of plant spores which are keeping them in good health, and which simultaneously keep them in a placid state of happiness and contentment. Mr Spock meets Leilani, an old friend who had been in love with him. Spock is affected by the spores, and is for the first time able to express his love for her in return. Eventually the entire ship is affected, and Kirk is left alone trying to return his crew to sanity.
War! The Klingons and the Federation are poised on the brink, and then war is declared. Kirk and Spock visit the planet Organia. Organia, inhabited by simple pastoral folk, lies on a tactical corridor likely to be important in the coming conflict. Whichever side controls the planet has a significant advantage. But the Organians are a perplexing people, apparently unconcerned by the threat of the Klingon occupation or even the deaths of others in their community. Finally, Kirk and the Klingon commander Kor learn why, and the reason will change Federation/Klingon relations for decades to come.
While investigating and scanning an uncharted planet the Enterprise and their quadrant of space has been subjected to a violent force which seems to have caused a 'blinking out' of everything near them. When the scan is resumed where once there was no life now there is a life sign on the planet and Kirk, Spock and a security force beam down to investigate and find a man named Lazarus who collapses and is brought aboard Enterprise for treatment. To complicate things further the phenomenon has almost totally drained their dilithium crystals. Starfleet and Kirk suspect that the phenomenon could be a prelude to invasion. While interrogating Lazarus he tells Kirk that he is locked in a struggle with another being who is 'anti life' and is behind the phenomenon. The disruptions continue to occur and the ship's situation grows worse.
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