Friday, October 12, 2007

Star Trek TOS Hits The Big Screen

On November 13th at 7:30 p.m. local time, “Star Trek: The Original Series” is being beamed onto the big screen in a special one night event in select movie theatres across the U.S.A. and Canada. Cinemas will feature the original series episodes “The Menagerie” Part 1 and 2, digitally remastered in High-Definition and Cinema Surround Sound.

Fans will also be greeted by an introduction from creator Gene Roddenberry’s son, Eugene “Rod” Roddenberry, and given a behind-the-scenes look at how the star trek episodes were digitally re-mastered from the original 1966 negatives. Trekkies will experience the reinvention of Star Trek's "old Tv Show Special Effects" now digitally remastered using new High Definition, CGI animation.

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The orchestral re-recording of the show’s theme music was re-recorded with modern, digital age recording techniques and better microphones using the original notes from the old archives. Greg Smith (Conductor) was thrilled with the new Star Trek recording.


"We're being very truthful and faithful to the original notes because its sacred hollowed ground, this theme."


Experience the Star Trek Buzz! Trekkies will be beaming in from all over the galaxy, to view this new historic 30-minute in-theatre exclusive featurette. Woo Hoo! I'm excited. Why? because I'm a trekkie too!





“Star Trek” debuted on Sept. 8, 1966 on NBC in the U.S., telling the story of the crew of the starship Enterprise and its five-year mission, “to boldly go where no man has gone before.” William Shatner as Captain James T. Kirk and Leonard Nimoy as Spock starred in the series which addressed issues of the 1960s including war and peace, imperialism, class warfare, racism, human rights, sexism and feminism.

After just three seasons, the show was cancelled and the last episode aired on June 3, 1969, but it became popular in reruns and a cult following developed. The “Star Trek” franchise went on to include the TV series “Star Trek: Next Generation” (1987-1994), “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” (1993-1999), “Star Trek: Voyager” (1995-2001), “Star Trek: Enterprise” (2001-2005), and Star Trek: “The Animated Series” (1973-1974) as well as 10 feature films.

Live Long and Prosper Trekkers!

4 comments:

The All Seeing Eye said...

These re-touched episodes have been showing in Dallas for over a year now. They do look sweet w/the new special effects. Nothing has been lost from the old versions.

radley said...

Hi,You are right.Star Trek Episodes are re-touched Episodes.watch itIn their delirious attempt to save earth. Effects are fantastic.It's Theme song Star Trek Voyage, a series, on which Captain James T.Kirk and his crew go back in time to 20th century.....is so interesting.

adele said...

The stories of the Star Trek are interesting and fun to watch.The good thing about the show is the special effects.I think during the time Star Trek came out, they were acceptable. The effects and costume designs add to the comical aspect of the show, I think.Catch it here Download Star Trek Free here..

tramp394 said...

Nice post dear!!! The show is the most coolest show; lots of action, some humor, weird aliens, etc. Its full of entertaining. Some episodes held up very well, with the outstanding writing making more of an impression. Its one of my favorite TV show. So guys get it from here. Download Star Trek...

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