Star Trek 3 [Import]
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In the first episode, “The Survivor”, the Enterprise encounters a damaged ship and beams aboard what appears to be a human. He is a famous man who has used his fortune to come to the aid of people in distress. Lost five years earlier, he passes all biometric identification tests, although there are some anomalies in his medical tests. Furthermore, his fiancé from before his being lost in space is on board the Enterprise. The man is in fact a creature that is capable of assuming any form and of rendering humans unconscious for short periods of time. It renders Captain Kirk unconscious, assumes his form and orders the Enterprise into the neutral zone with the Romulans. The creature also sabotages the ship, rendering it vulnerable to attack.
The problem is discovered, but before the Enterprise can return to Federation space, it is surrounded by the Romulans. Kirk realizes that the creature is a Romulan spy and refuses to surrender the ship. A battle ensues and he is able to extricate the Enterprise.
In the second episode, “The Lorelei Signal”, the Enterprise is sent to a region of space where a star ship has disappeared on a precise schedule for many years. When the appropriate time arrives, the ship receives a strangely compelling signal. While it renders the men listless and easily manipulated, although it has no affect on the women.Read more ›
show then a Saturday morning cartoon.In "The Survivor" a shape-
shifting alien impersonates a galactic philanthropist and nearly
breaks the heart of an Enterprise crew member.In "The Lorelei Signal" Kirk and comapny are hoodwinked by a matriachal society
who live forever by draining energy from men (KINKY!) and
Uhura is featured in her COOLEST moment yet as she takes command of the Enterprise. (...) Another victory for
womens lib!I enjoyed this as a gift when I was 10 years old
(because I always liked cartoons) but I loved Star Trek more
and this has both!And I do enjoy Filmation's retro-style animation!Must for Trekkers and Trekker's to be!
Most recent customer reviews
This had so much more potential but bad writing and animation made it seem like a drag...just watch a rerun of the show instead of getting this..Published on Aug. 9 2000
If you're a Lt. Uhura fan, like me, you'll love seeing her gain command of the Enterprise. The original cast give voice to the animation.Published on May 8 2000 by Anthony Dickerson
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