Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season 6
STAR TREK - Transporter Room Playset
STAR TREK - Transporter Room
Beam me up Scotty! USS Enterprise Transporter Room: Just like in the new movie! This Transporter room appears to 'transport' figures to and from remote areas. Now you can beam your action figures in and out and watch them actually disappear and reappear. It's truly amazing! This highly detailed replica of the Transporter features authentic transporting lights, sounds and effects! Energize!The playset already includes one figure.
- Brand: STAR TREK
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- UPC: 043377619024
Star trek - The Original Series, Vol. 2, Episodes 4 & 5: Mudd's Women/The Enemy Within
Star Trek Galaxy Collection Original Spock Action Figure
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 150: Second Chances [VHS]
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 150:
Having already gone down the "evil twin" route (with Data and Lore) but still wishing to explore ideas of doubles and doubling, the writers of "Second Chances" involve Riker in a plot that would later be exploded into the Gwyneth Paltrow indie film Sliding Doors. Once upon a time, young Lieutenant Will Riker was the last crew member beamed off of a planet as its distortion field intensified. Eight years later he returns to the same planet as Commander Will Riker and learns that he both did and he didn't make it off the planet. The distortion field caused him to split into two, one of whom made it and one who didn't get away. Like bickering brothers, once the two Rikers meet, they don't get along. One thing that helped Lieutenant Riker get through his eight years as a castaway was thoughts of his main squeeze at the time, counselor Deanna Troi. When Lieutenant Riker finds out Commander Riker chose career over romance, he sees it as a chance to make things right. Then again, maybe it's just in his nature to choose career first. Jonathan Frakes hams it up in his dual role, while the true second chance belongs to Troi, who quickly falls back into a relationship with the Riker who didn't leave her on purpose. She's the true heart of the story, even though the twin Rikers get all the s...
- ASIN: 0792147413
- UPC: 097360025033
Star Trek: The Next Generation Commander Deanna Troi Action Figure
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 5: The Enemy Within [VHS]
Star Trek - The Original Series, Episode 5:
Written by renowned novelist-screenwriter Richard Matheson (The Incredible Shrinking Man), the outstanding episode "The Enemy Within" proposes a transporter malfunction that results in Captain Kirk being divided into two versions of himself, one aggressive and brutal, the other sensitive and good. Essentially, the personality mix that makes Kirk an effective leader and balanced man is scattered like so many marbles, and the result is one captain running around mauling women and wreaking havoc while the other is frightened and indecisive. The production is very effectively done, and William Shatner's performance is among his most interesting. --Tom Keogh
- ASIN: 6300213099
- UPC: 097360000535
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 128: Realm of Fear [VHS]
Star Trek - The Next Generation, Episode 128:
Dwight Schultz's shaky engineer Reg Barclay has only appeared in a handful of episodes as Lieutenant La Forge's stuttering assistant, but he remains one of the most memorable recurring characters and even earned a scene in the feature-film spinoff Star Trek: First Contact. In this appearance, he lets slip a secret: he's deathly afraid of the transporter. It turns out to be a fairly common malady of the future (who wants to be disassembled?), if understandably rare in Starfleet, so Barclay vows to beat it. Then he starts seeing monsters during his transports. He's convinced that he's going mad until one of the wormlike creatures bites him, leaving him with a microbial infection that may hold the key to a mysteriously abandoned Starfleet vessel nearby. Schultz has nicely transformed Barclay, in a few episodes, from a fumbling social misfit (he was nicknamed "Broccoli" in his first appearance) to a nervous but brainy junior officer with a gift for understatement. He finally gets to play the hero, fighting his fears and facing his demons with a dash of comic flair. --Sean Axmaker
- ASIN: 0792146204
- UPC: 097360022834
Star Trek The Motion Picture - Transporter Malfunction
In this scene we see the transporter malfunction with deadly consequences. All credit goes to Paramount Pictures.
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Star Trek: The Motion Picture - Transporter Accident
Two Enterprise crewmen, including Science Officer Commander Sonak as well as a female officer, were killed in a transporter malfunction while beaming to the Enterprise, which had recently been re-fitted. Sonak was coming aboard to initiate his duties as the ship's senior science officer. During t...
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The Transporter in Star Trek: "Beam me up, Scotty"
One of the coolest and also the most recognizable gadgets/tech in science fiction is arguable 'the transporter' from Star Trek. The idea of a transporter (teleporter) in Star Trek was a thing of necessity in the 1960s with a limited TV budget. After all, in a TV show about space exploration, you ...
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Star Trek (4/9) Movie CLIP - Beam Us Up! (2009) HD
Star Trek movie clips: http://j.mp/1BcPx6o BUY THE MOVIE: http://amzn.to/vmxnqD Don't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: http://bit.ly/1u2y6pr CLIP DESCRIPTION: When Sulu (John Cho) falls off the Romulan drill, Kirk (Chris Pine) risks his life to save him. FILM DESCRIPTION: Mission: Impossible III ...
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Star Trek 3 Sabotage complete to transporter rescue
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