Star Trek: The Motion Picture The Director`s Edition (UK)
The human adventure is just beginning
Running Time: 131 mins
Retail Price: £24.99
Content Type: Movie
Leading the original Star Trek crew, WILLIAM SHATNER (Star Trek, Miss Congeniality, T.J. Hooker) stars as the infamous Captain T. Kirk with LEONARD NIMOY (director of Three Men and a Baby) as half human, half Vulcan Spock. DEFOREST KELLEY features as cynical and distrustful medical officer McCoy and JAMES DOOHAN (Loaded Weapon 1, Double Trouble) plays well-loved chief engineer Scotty.
The year is 2271, and the legendary Admiral James T. Kirk arrives back aboard the Enterprise to save earth. An unknown alien phenomenon of unprecedented size and power is hurtling towards it, destroying everything in its path. The ship has been in dry dock for three years, and although now technically advanced, its premature launch causes problems. The ship is caught in a dangerous worm-hole and Kirk`s unfamiliarity with the ship almost destroys it.
The crew learn the alien force, V`Ger, is a living machine and threatens to destroy all life on Earth to find its creator, who they believe humans are repressing. After three years, is Captain Kirk really up to the task of leading the Enterprise and averting world destruction before it`s too late?
Audio commentary by director Robert Wise, special photographic effects director Douglas Trumbull, special photographic effects supervisor John Dykstra, composer Jerry Goldsmith and actor Stephen Collins
Text commentary by Michael Okuda, co-author of "The Star Trek Encyclopaedia".
New Retrospective Documentaries with cast and crew: including Phase 2: The Lost Empire; A Bold New Enterprise and Redirecting The Future
New Director`s Edition Trailer
8 Television Commercials
Additional Scenes: 5 additional scenes from the 1979 Theatrical Version
Deleted Scenes: 11 deleted scenes taken from the 1983 TV version
New ENTERPRISE promotional clip
Widescreen Anamorphic 2.35:1
Dolby Digital 5.1 English
Dolby Digital 5.1 German
Alan Dean Foster
Grace Lee Whitney
Director of Photography:
Richard H. Kline
Todd C. Ramsay
David C. Fein