Charlie X. With "Where No Man Has Gone Before," Pike was removed and William Shatner took over the lead role from actor Jeffrey Hunter. That’s incredible.”. *off topic* 64 comments so far. Or in the future a version that has some improved screen graphics on the bridge with the REST of the blooper reel. "It will be a real treat for fans to see and hear how it all could have begun.". Just click on the “TOS Remastered” link on the far right and you’ll see everything in great detail. If CBS wanted to improve the perception that they are milking fans, such an exchange program would be a prudent move. Published as NASA Special Publication-4214 in the NASA History Series, 1989. #44 – LOL, yup. It just doesn't have the same ring to it. Ah yes, one of yo… Star Trek - Episode 2 - Where No Man Has Gone Before (VHS, 1993) Shatner. TrekMovie.com is not endorsed, sponsored or affiliated with CBS Studios Inc., Paramount Pictures Corp or the “Star Trek” franchise. 1.03 Where No Man Has Gone Before - The Original Uncut, Unaired Version :: of 3617 This line reinvigorated the last-lasting debate over split infinitives. Somehow we wouldn't want to trade "To boldly go where no man has gone before" with "But now, a new task. BTW, are you planning to finance the purchase of the Blue Ray sets or are you volunteering Anthony Pascale to do that? Likewise be with the missing Cage footage, which I would love to see, but is unlikely to be included in this version, if it even exists anymore. No doubt some tinkering went on before the episode was finalized into the version we all know and love. $6.99. different characters wearing different colored uniforms on a different bridge than the one we’re used to. One of the big special features is an HD restoration of the unaired pilot version of "Where No Man Has Gone Before". They hold their positions as in-show titles fade in over the scene; “Tonight’s Episode: “Where No Man Has Gone Before”. Wilson Cruz is Going Where No Gay Man Has Gone Before The Star Trek: Discovery star beautifully weaves his activism inside every aspect of his work. The “extended action sequences” might refer to the fist fight between Kirk and Mitchell. THX, get a hold of yourself… not every fan fan owns the earlier boxed sets… It’s your choice to buy or not. In addition to the aforementioned differences, there are some other small bits of footage and an extra line of dialogue: 1) During the chess scene, Kirk says to Spock; “Terrible having bad blood like that…but you may learn to enjoy it someday.” The second part of the sentence was cut from the aired version, although the dialogue was included in script excerpts in “the Making Of Star Trek” and in James Blish’ adaptation in “Star Trek 8”. if you have any questions please message me before you bid. Valiant relays a tale of terror- … It was rejected by NBC in February 1965, and the network ordered another pilot episode, which became "Where No Man Has Gone Before". #9 Since the Mitchell Kirk fight scene is not in the YouTube fan reel, who knows where that material originated. And that the old version of the nearly exact same product is somehow not quite as good as the brand new shiny version of practically the exact same product you have. | November 12, 2009 | For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky, Where No Man Has Gone Before (The Unaired Alternate Version of the Pilot), David Gerrold Hosts “2009 Convention Coverage”, “The Anthropology of Star Trek” Comic-Con Panel 2009, “The World of Rod Roddenberry” Comic-Con 2009, Billy Blackburn’s Treasure Chest: Rare Home Movies and Special Memories Part 3, http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/trekmovie.com/podcast-player/68692/all-access-star-trek-terra-firma-part-2-discovery-episode-310-review.mp3, http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/trekmovie.com/podcast-player/68578/all-access-star-trek-terra-firma-part-1-discovery-episode-309-review.mp3, http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/trekmovie.com/podcast-player/68477/all-access-star-trek-the-sanctuary-discovery-episode-308-review.mp3, http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/trekmovie.com/podcast-player/68306/all-access-star-trek-unification-iii-discovery-episode-307-review.mp3, http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/trekmovie.com/podcast-player/68292/shuttle-pod-90-david-zappone-and-joe-kornbrodt-making-star-trek-documentaries.mp3. Too bad, because it was a nice foreshadowing of the eventual development of Spock’s character. The camera cuts to and pans with Sulu and Piper walking past as more credits are shown. and am a jazz and blues musician. After holding for a beat the action resumes as in the episode, and Kirk and Spock exit. ... Now why do the Blu-ray folks get all the good stuff? Personally, I am waiting for Paramount to release the TOS boxed sets that include lens flares! A lot of the problem is Paramount made the mistake of going with HD-DVD instead of blu-ray in the first place. One of the surprises about this alternate version is Captain Kirk's opening monologue, which goes like this: Considering that, we think the rewrite was way successful. So if anybody should be upset it is me. Home > Extras > 1.03 Where No Man Has Gone Before - The Original Uncut, Unaired Version 1.03 Where No Man Has Gone Before - The Original Uncut, Unaired Version 2 views 1920 x 1080 The original first pilot story of Star Trek - The Cage - is one of the most pure statements of vision from its writer Gene Roddenberry, and is a contender for the best story of the entire original series. I knew it. A God Am I: Gary Mitchell rather handily proclaims himself, using his powers to force Kirk to kneel and fold hands before him, demanding Kirk pray to him. That first batch of episodes can be viewed with their correct original electric violin main title music on the 2004 DVD set. It will be included on the ST:TOS Season 3 Blu-ray. This original version of the seminal series’ pilot episode is the centerpiece of the Other than it’s historical significance to Star Trek lore, there’s not much to see. I’ma gonna buy this! STAR TREK: "WHERE NO MAN HAS GONE BEFORE" (UNAIRED STUDIO VERSION) VHS/VG rare. And being an early cut version of the episode, it’s different. Being an audio/visual geek from the 60s on, I definitely get your point. The episode was written by Samuel A. Peeples, directed by James Goldstone and novelized in Star Trek 8 by James Blish. #13 – my guess is not. #25 I was wondering the same thing? I was merely noting that even with all the different versions out there, you can bet someone still doesn’t have one. STAR TREK®: THE ORIGINAL SERIES SEASON THREE Blu-ray release, available December 15 from CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment for the suggested retail price of $118.99 US and $136.99 CAN. You’re not a hard-core fan unless you have the first season in HD-DVD. Update your browser for more security and the best experience on this site. Christopher Pike. The intent of my comment is to give my personal take on what I see as Paramount and CBS seemingly miraculously coming up with some new added goody that every Trek fan must have. A probe out into where no man has gone before"? The episode featured actor Jeffrey Hunter in the role of Captain Christopher Pike and was rejected by NBC studio executives. STAR TREK: "WHERE NO MAN HAS GONE BEFORE" (UNAIRED STUDIO VERSION) VHS/VG. A probe out into where no man has gone before." Free shipping . To boldly go where no man has gone before. We have an exclusive preview image from that … One of the big special features is an HD restoration of the unaired pilot version of "Where No Man Has Gone Before". Today we have more details on the unaired version of the "Where No Man Has Gone Before" pilot, which is a key special feature of the set. But instead of cutting there for the show titles, more credits are shown over Kirk and Spock walking down the corridor. "Our Mission: To boldly go where no man has gone before." Something had then made its captain destroy his ship. Take a look at some alternate-version clips that have already been circulated: Here are some other fun bits of info about the original pilot and this alternate version: "The Cage" was the first pilot, starring Jeffrey Hunter as Capt. (*cringe*). (I’m just trying to rationalize my jumping the gun…) In the briefing lounge, Captain James T. Kirk and Lieutenant Commander Spock are playing three-dimensional chess. The footage was used later in "The Menagerie, Parts I and II.". Where No Man Has Gone Before: A History of Apollo Lunar Exploration Missions By W. David Compton. We’ll see….X-Mas is going to come about 10 days early this year. This results in Lt. Cmdr. Where No Man Has Gone Before (The Unaired Alternate Version of the Pilot) David Gerrold Hosts "2009 Convention Coverage" "The Anthropology of Star … VHS tape is a very good condition. "When we first discovered the original film print existed, we jumped at the chance to give Star Trek fans the opportunity to add this never-aired pilot to their collections," said Ken Ross, executive vice president and general manager of CBS Home Entertainment. #6. Do you know or can you find out if William Shatner has seen any of these new Blue Ray’s of TOS? I knew it.. So then? Then a different angle down ( presumably ) another corridor as a crewman comes down the access ladder, and Gary Mitchell comes around a corner. I only have a fuzzy copy on Beta tape. Great times for TOS fans! You’ve gotta be kidding! It is a choice you make, just like upgrading your PC to add wireless networking, or buy a laptop when you already own a desktop. The camera then cuts to Kirk and Spock entering the elevator and the action returns to the aired version. The ship is the USS Enterprise NCC-1701, the version seen only in the unaired pilot version - "Where No Man Has Gone Before". This intro (as well as some other elements) were later edited/removed when the series was green-lit for production and had to meet the then-standard 50-minute time limit. Finally got an official release of the full pilot version of "Where No Man Has Gone Before" as an extra on the TOS Season 3 Blu-ray set. $24.88 + $2.99 shipping . Not really. Also it would seem that I have a definitive and firm grip on myself, but thank you for your concern. Here's the pilot episode of our new series, Star Trek: Gemini! If not…. Though since you were probably getting a copy of a copy of a copy of a copy of a copy of a copy of the original film, it looked like crap. Thanks and have a great day. While a new version and structure of "Where No Man Has Gone Before" aired in September 1966, "The Cage" and the original version of the second TV pilot remained unaired. Would you like an adventure that takes you on .l. I live just south of you sorta kinda (if you are in B.C.) My guess is that the fight between Kirk and Gary Mitchell is longer in this version of the second pilot. VHS tape is a very good condition. Restoration Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Our take: At least this makes up for the inclusion of the first episode of the third season, "Spock's Brain." All the rest of you may do as you please. These are infinitives that have an adverb between 'to' and the verb. It sort of defeats the purpose of the original pilot and CBS-D would have had to do a lot more work than just cleaning it up to create new CGI for all of the new fx shots. NBC executives rejected the pilot as "too cerebral" (along with their having issues with an alien Spock and a woman Number One), and Hunter left the series. While the premises of "The Cage" and "Where No Man Has Gone Before" both work well to build up a sense of the Enterprise crew digging into mysteries and exploring unknowns, in both cases the plot uses a device perhaps best labeled with the phrase "going where someone else HAS gone before". Most of the original footage from "The Cage" was later incorporated into the season 1 two-parter episode " The Menagerie " (1966). “Where No Man Has Gone Before” isn’t just an effective pilot, it’s a great episode of Star Trek that sticks to is character and story without bogging us down with exposition and introductions and trying to awe us with how wonderful the setting is. lol. 16. James T. Kirk and was broken up in "acts." I’d like to think most fans aren’t that gullible. “Where No Man Has Gone Before” was the second pilot for the series, though NBC opted to air it third. Author Message; K3UZZ. Never-before-aired, this newly recovered version is believed to be what was originally screened for NBC, and the basis for their decision to broadcast STAR TREK®. Where No Man Has Gone Before: A History of Apollo Lunar Exploration Missions THX-1138 By: TrekMovie.com Staff #32 – I would ask one thing. NBC commissioned an unprecedented second pilot and selected "Where No Man Has Gone Before" as it captured the sense of adventure and action that the network visualized for the series. #23, yes and there was a Star Trek movie in the theaters this Summer too. The impossible has happened. "Where No Man Has Gone Before" really set the tone for the "Star Trek" series more so than even Rodenberry's original pilot, "The Cage". And hey, I’ve even got the phaser remote! The demonstration was performed before the television camera on the lunar roving vehicle, and no photographs were made. But, has Paramount done anything like Warner Bros. Red2Blu conversion promotion? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xe5SUxq25I. Some years before this second pilot, the S.S. Valiant had encountered a unknown energy barrier at the rim of the galaxy. STAR TREK: "WHERE NO MAN HAS GONE BEFORE" (UNAIRED STUDIO VERSION) VHS/VG rare. #2 This has been on YouTube since 2006 so I doubt there’s a real problem posting it here, espceially considering its quality. So how was it different than the one we have already seen? "But now a new task. The gold uniform tops (see above) are again greenish yellow on Blu-ray. Don’t blame Paramount for offering improvements in their product any more than you can blame the computer industry for offering improvements in theirs. Actually it was the first and last episode to feature James “R” Kirk. The version also has different theme music, archived footage and an extended action sequence. As for the un-aired pilots which were intended as a sales tool and presented to the suits in their eye-popping 35mm, I’m interested in acquiring them in HD restored as much as possible to their original presentation form – but I’m not going to repurchase the entire series in HD just to get them. i gues not every episode can be The Enterprise Incident…. I don’t recall any additional dialogue in the body of the episode, with the exception of Captain Kirk’s narration at the very beginning. From this one might glean that I am talking about myself. There is a very slight possibility that it contains the trimmed footage from various scenes that was shot but cut. The captain notes that Spock plays a very \"irritating game of chess\", to which Spock responds with \"Irritating? Boldly going where no gay man has ever gone before, it’s #WilsonCruz, our third #Out100 cover star. New verison of "Where No Man Has Gone Before"? I take it you didn’t notice a longer scene? I’d like to know more about your music, contact me through the site if you like. Like Comic-Con. I am guessing that this is the B&W version with the introduction by Gene Roddenberry from 1986 VHS release. In the end I … If you don’t see the added benefit, then don’t buy it. "Our Mission: To boldly go where Gnome Ann has gone before." The original author is a bit confused. 1.03 Where No Man Has Gone Before - The Original Uncut, Unaired Version 104 views Sep 04, 2015 1414 x 1080 They bet on the wrong horse and had to change course in midstream (that’s it, I’m all out of metaphors)–otherwise we would have had TOS in HD a year or two ago and we wouldn’t have seen all this duplication. Ooo, a must-have. Standard DVD for season three doesn't have this at all. Season Three - Blu Ray: 24 episodes @ 51 minutes, plus pilot episodes... Star Trek sets are now available on Blu Ray. I, for example, have not yet purchased the boxed sets of ST: TNG or DS9… someday, though! A second pilot, "Where No Man Has Gone Before" was recorded and was the first color episode, as well as the first episode to feature William Shatner in … 2) After Scotty says; “It’s begun transmitting,sir.”, the camera changes to a wide shot behind all of the characters looking into the transporter chamber while the Valiant’s recorder marker blinks. I completely understand releasing Trek in the new Bluray format. Star Trek - Episode 7 (VHS, 1993) Those grammarians who still cared about this in the 1960s complained that 'to boldly go' should have been 'to go boldly'. This Christmas seems like a good time to do it with the new film coming out and then I may start to replace my DVD collection with Blu-ray so I can start enjoying the superior picture quality (I have become quite the HD junkie). Where No Man Has Gone Before February 27, 2015 by edgeacademyma Leonard Nimoy passed away today Like so many other all over the world, I have fond memories of the Star Trek films, tv shows and all things Dr. Spock. $8.00. Fangrrls is about kicking down doors, breaking boundaries and celebrating female fans with fun, witty and entertaining content. Yes but is Wax-Kirk featured in this set? "Star Trek: The Original Series" Where No Man Has Gone Before (TV Episode 1966) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. “The Untouchables” (also Desilu) and “The Fugitive” both used them before “Star Trek”. Does anyone know if the original version of the pilot will have newly created effects, or the original effects shots? 17) “Where No Man Has Gone Before” Original Airdate: (9/22/66) Remaster Airdate: (1/20/07) Evaluation: As the pilot that sold the show, this episode contains many elements that appear to be out of place when juxtaposed with the rest of the series, i.e. Here's the original introduction used for Star Trek's second pilot, Where No Man Has Gone Before. Here we are at one of the best episodes of Star Trek's early batch. And talk about a painstaking process. 20. ety3… “Wow. Apparently "it captured the sense of adventure and action that the network visualized for the series," according to the CBS Home Entertainment press release. I can’t watch it any other way now. If you don’t care to have TOS in HD, I can only say that you’re not a real fan. Restoring this “lost” pilot print is really going the extra mile. The camera follows him as he walks behind Yeoman Smith, making a caressing gesture in the air ( foreshadowing his god-like hand gestures later ). The Pilot Or yet another version on the newly invented in the future super duper mega bluray format that features some other amazingly just discovered archival footage. I knew Star Trek was ahead of its time, but “1970s style act breaks” for a show produced in 1966? I am sure William Shatner has oodles of money let him get it himself. However, if like most people you bought a new computer in 2000, and again in 2005 and may even be considering a purchase this Christmas, then I would argue there is no difference to upgrading your Star Trek collection from VHS, to DVD, to Blu Ray, with an eye toward “3D-ray” in the near future. #11: “No effing way on God’s green earth am I going to shill out yet more money for yet another version of TOS just because they have decided to put out a slightly different version of an episode.”. Ha ha, I love how for the previous sets they promoted the great, iconic episodes from each season (Tribbles, Doomsday, etc) but for Season Three they have to resort to promoting an alternate edit of a Season One pilot. Significantly, it was also the first episode featuring Captain James T. Kirk, a move that would set the precedent for the series and its counterparts. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. http://www.startrekhistory.com/cagepage.html. That’s incredible. #32: “Please read the 9th word in my comment. From the press release: This version of "Where No Man Has Gone Before" was completed in 1965 and features archived footage that was not … "It will be a real treat for fans to see and hear how it all could have begun.". I suppose they could create a seamless-branching option like with the original vs. restored fx shots, but I would think it would be considerably harder to set that up since it is not a straight swap out of different material of the same duration. Either way, it turned out for the best. It’s not a conspiracy to drain patrons of its product, it’s merely the march of progress. Where No Man Has Gone Before. I then bought a laser disk, only to end up replacing some of that product to move to DVD. But it’s no less effective at creating documents and spreadsheets, checking e-mail and light web-browsing. The scenes have alternate camera angles, “slightly” added to dialogue or brief snibits of footage not shown in aired pilot. I’ve never felt that with all the new stuff, that all too often, is not all that different from the older stuff, is a ploy to get folks to keep buying the “new and improved” product. “Act Breaks” were around long before the 1970s. I wouldn’t be surprised if having different theme music and other “packaging” was just a sales gimmick to immediately differentiate the second pilot from the first and Roddenberry always intended to revert to the music and style of the opening seen in The Cage. What is this “extended version” of The Cage? Or it may have been NBC’s choice. A film collector in Germany acquired the unique print several years ago and recently brought it to the attention of CBS Home Entertainment and its distributor Paramount Home Entertainment. Intro at Star Trek: The Original Series: Originally this was meant to emphasize that they would be going to completely unexplored territory, which … If you are a fan that knows every frame of this episode, then it should be fun to see the little extras here and there. But I only have myself to blame. Apocalyptic Log: The crew discovered the log of the last people to encounter the A God Am I effect of passing through the barrier at the edge of the galaxy. I have this on VHS and it’ different. Captain's log, Star date 1312.4. Origins This story embraces a very strong identity as science fiction, and as a television gem of the nineteen-sixties. "The Man Trap" and … It’s nothing earth-shattering, but any “new” material is welcome stuff. I love how the alternate WNMHGB is the centerpiece of this set, and not Season 3. ;-), I don’t own any of the seasons yet, but I hope to get these on Blu Ray once I get my player (soon!). Details on unaired "Where No Man Has Gone Before", A New Beginning Forty Years In The Making, Unaired Alternate STAR TREK Pilot Found This alternate version starred William Shatner as Capt. This blast from the past will be available on Blu-ray when CBS Home Entertainment releases Star Trek: The Original Series—Season 3 on Dec. 15, along with plenty of third-season extras. A probe out into where no man has gone before." #5—-“…aside from the different opening/closing music, Kirk monologue and the “act breaks” it’s unnoticably different than the one we’ve all seen.”. Enterprise in an attempt to find the remains of the long-destroyed Valiant, crosses a strange barrier at the end of the Galaxy. To post messages, you must log in. And he is on record as stating that he doesn’t like watching his own performances. I was just noting that some people (and not necessarily referring to you) jump on their soapbox saying Paramount is milking the fans. This version of "Where No Man Has Gone Before" was completed in 1965 and features archived footage that was not included in the pilot episode ultimately broadcasted. “Where No Man Has Gone Before” is an important part of the building blocks of what we now know as Star Trek.Filmed mostly in the summer of 1965, this episode wasn’t aired until over a year later – the fall of 1966 – and then only as a unusual but not pivotal episode of a … TrekMovie has the … … but i don’t get to walk out the door with it until it does hit the shelves…, “Presented in three parts with 1970s-style act breaks, the alternative pilot offers an entirely different version of Captain James T. Kirk’s opening monologue, music that contrasts from the famous opening theme and an extended action sequence.”. Apparently a film collector in Germany—a well-documented haven of Trek fandom—found the 35mm film print several years ago and finally connected with CBS Home Entertainment and distributor Paramount Home Entertainment. The book, Where No Man Has Gone Before A History of Apollo Lunar Exploration Missions, written by William David Compton, is a source of abundant and plentiful information on the behind the scenes actions of the Apollo program. This story isonly about Season 3…..Please let me know. “Where No Man Has Gone Before” doesn’t exactly rise above these limitations but, taking them into account, it does a pretty good job of setting up the “Star Trek” series. It had semi-sheer coverage, which is as expected given the … MAC Where No Man Has Gone Before Lipstick ($18.00 for 0.10 oz.) Quinn Martin shows had already established this style when the pilot was made. Presented in three parts with 1970s-style act breaks, the alternative pilot offers an entirely different version of Captain James T. Kirk’s opening monologue, music that contrasts from the famous opening theme and an extended action sequence. I’ve also seen a bad VHS copy of this. I’ll wait until CBS comes out with a STAR TREK: THE UNAIRED PILOTS HD box collection for all the series or releases them individually. Nice site, Vince. Do you still use an IBM PC made in 1995, with an Intel Pentium processor and run Windows 95 with a dialup modem? There is quite a bit of completed material there that has never been seen. Shatner hasn’t even watched the new movie yet (or so he says). I knew Star Trek was ahead of its time, but “1970s style act breaks” for a show produced in 1966? I remember seeing this as a kid, the memory is faint, I knew I wasn’t imagining it.. 40 years of wonder is satisfied. ToS may have been mastered on 35mm film but the end product was always intended to be presented on 16mm for distributuion. Except every week in your inbox. It starts to look something like a snake oil pitch. I work at best buy and i’ll get my hands on it before it hits the shelves! From directly ahead, we're picking up a recorded distress signal, the call letters of a vessel which has been missing for over two centuries. Thanks and have a great day. We have an exclusive preview image … And NOBODY twisted my arm. :) Just my personal opinion. 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A small difference, but worth having in the collection. And following on yesterday's guest blog by David Tilotta and Curt McAloney, which explored the making of the episode, StarTrek.com takes another deep dive into the episode today. Never … NEW SEALED Where No Man Has Gone Before Star Trek TOS Pilot VHS TV version. The review is spot on in that, while this isn’t a great episode, it’s a good one. It's a medium, pinky-plum with subtle cooler undertones paired with warmer, gold pearl. 1.03 Where No Man Has Gone Before When the Enterprise crosses an energy barrier at the edge of the galaxy, Captain Kirk's life long friend Gary Mitchell is transformed into a godlike being determined to "rule" over his inferior human crewmates. I am responsible for my own actions, NOT Paramount. But this will give you an idea what was changed from the original WNMHGB pilot. #18. "Where No Man Has Gone Before" aired 50 years ago yesterday. 1970’s style act breaks? 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