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"The Enemy Within" ist die fünfte Folge der ersten Staffel der amerikanischen Science-Fiction-Fernsehserie Star Trek. Es wurde von Richard Matheson geschrieben und von Leo Penn inszeniert und erstmals am 6. Oktober ausgestrahlt. Star Trek – Enterprise. Es ist das Jahrhundert. Rund einhundert Jahre vor den Abenteuern von Captain Kirk und ‚Raumschiff Enterprise' startet das erste. Nichts geht über das Original Raumschiff Enterprise, mit Captain Kirk & Spok. Umfassend restauriert auf eurem Lieblings Sci-Fi-Sender TELE 5! Terminplaner für alle Tele 5-Sendetermine im Fernsehen: · Mo – – 98 Dies sind die Abenteuer · Fr . Terminplaner für alle Tele 5-Sendetermine im Fernsehen: · Fr – 15 – 92 Dämon · Sa – .
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As a result of this and his own growing exhaustion, he chose to withdraw from the stress of the daily production of Star Trek , though he remained nominally in charge as its "executive producer".
William Shatner felt that the main characters became increasingly compromised or exaggerated while being involved in growingly improbable story lines.
Nichelle Nichols described the budget-cutting during the final year as an intentional effort to kill off Star Trek :.
This is why in the third season you saw fewer outdoor location shots, for example. Top writers, top guest stars, top anything you needed was harder to come by.
Thus, Star Trek's demise became a self-fulfilling prophecy. And I can assure you, that is exactly as it was meant to be.
The last day of filming for Star Trek was January 9, ,  and after 79 episodes  NBC cancelled the show in February despite fans' attempt at another letter-writing campaign.
You Star Trek fans have fought the "good fight," but the show has been cancelled and there's nothing to be done now.
Although many of the third season's episodes were considered of poor quality, it gave Star Trek enough episodes for television syndication.
Kaiser Broadcasting , however, purchased syndication rights for Star Trek during the first season for its stations in several large cities.
The company arranged the unusual deal because it saw the show as effective counterprogramming against the Big Three networks ' 6 pm evening news programs.
Fans of the show became increasingly organized, gathering at conventions to trade merchandise, meet actors from the show, and watch screenings of old episodes.
Such fans came to be known as " trekkies ",  who were noted and often ridiculed for their extreme devotion to the show and their encyclopedic knowledge of every episode.
From September 1 to December 24, , the Sci-Fi Channel broadcast a "Special Edition" of all the original series episodes in an expanded minute format hosted by William Shatner.
Now titled Star Trek: The Original Series , these broadcasts restored scenes that had been edited out of the syndicated episodes.
The episodes were broadcast in the original broadcast sequence, followed by "The Cage", to which a full minute segment was devoted.
Leonard Nimoy hosted a second run from December 28, to March 24, , but not all the episodes were broadcast because the show was abruptly cancelled before completion.
Special attention was given to such elements as the Enterprise , alien planets and their images depicted from space, planets seen from orbit, alien spacecraft, and technology such as computer readouts, viewscreen images, and phaser beams.
The restoration and enhancement was performed by CBS Digital. While it was possible to retouch and remaster some visual effects, all new exterior ship, space, and planet shots were recreated under the supervision of Emmy-nominated visual-effects supervisor Niel Wray.
As noted in the "making of" DVD feature, first-generation "original camera negatives" were used for all live-action footage, but not for external shots of the ship and planets.
Notable changes include new space shots with a CGI Enterprise , and other new models for example, a Gorn ship is shown in " Arena " , redone matte background shots, and other minor touches such as tidying up viewscreens.
A small number of scenes were also recomposed, and sometimes new actors were placed into the background of shots. The first episode to be released to syndication was " Balance of Terror " on the weekend of September 16, Episodes were released at the rate of about one a week and broadcast in a aspect ratio.
While the CGI shots were mastered in a aspect ratio for future applications, they were initially broadcast in the U. If the producers were to choose to reformat the entire show for the ratio, live-action footage would be cropped, significantly reducing the height of the original image.
Season one was released on November 20, Season two had been scheduled for release in the summer of , but it was cancelled when Toshiba which had been helping finance the remastering of the show pulled out of the HD DVD business.
If future compilation releases would exclusively use the remastered episodes or not was unknown. In regions two and four, all three seasons of the remastered Original Series became available on DVD in the slimline edition in the UK and Germany in steelbook editions on April 27, , as well as the first season in Blu-ray.
Note: Barrett, who played the ship's first officer number one in "The Cage", also voiced the ship's computer.
Note: Although Rand appears in several promotional images for the show, she stopped appearing midway through the first season.
According to Nichelle Nichols, "They gave me a three-page script to read from that had three characters named Bones, Kirk and somebody called Spock, and they asked me if I would read for the role of Spock.
When I looked at this great text, I said to myself, 'I'll take any one of these roles,' but I found the Spock character to be very interesting, and I asked them to tell me what she [Spock] was like.
It was intended that Sulu's role be expanded in the second season, but owing to Takei's part in John Wayne's The Green Berets , he appeared in only half the season, his role being filled by Walter Koenig as the relatively young, mop-topped Russian navigator Ensign Pavel Chekov.
When Takei returned, the two had to share a dressing room and a single episode script. There may be some truth to the unofficial story that the Soviet Union 's newspaper Pravda complained that among the culturally diverse characters there were no Russians, seen as a personal slight to that country since the Soviet Russian Yuri Gagarin had been the first man to make a spaceflight.
Gene Roddenberry said in response that "The Chekov thing was a major error on our part, and I'm still embarrassed by the fact we didn't include a Russian right from the beginning.
In addition, the series frequently included characters usually security personnel wearing red uniforms who are killed or injured soon after their introduction.
So prevalent was this plot device that it inspired the term " redshirt " to denote a stock character whose sole purpose is to die violently in order to show the danger facing the main characters.
Star Trek made celebrities of its cast of largely unknown actors. Kelley had appeared in many films and television shows, but mostly in smaller roles that showcased him as a villain.
Nimoy also had previous television and film experience but was not well known either. Nimoy had partnered previously with Shatner in a episode of The Man from U.
Before Star Trek , Shatner was well known in the trade, having appeared in several notable films, played Cyrano de Bergerac on Broadway, and even turned down the part of Dr.
However, when roles became sparse he took the regular job after Jeffrey Hunter's contract was not renewed. After the original series ended, cast members found themselves typecast because of their defining roles in the show.
Star Trek: The Next Generation actor Michael Dorn stated in , however: "If what happened to the first cast is called being typecast, then I want to be typecast.
Of course, they didn't get the jobs after Trek. But they are making their sixth movie. Name me someone else in television who has made six movies!
The three main characters were Kirk, Spock, and McCoy, with writers often playing the different personalities off each other: Kirk was passionate and often aggressive, but with a sly sense of humor; Spock was coolly logical; and McCoy was sardonic, emotional, and illogical, but always compassionate.
In many stories the three clashed, with Kirk forced to make a tough decision while Spock advocated the logical but sometimes callous path and McCoy or "Bones", as Kirk nicknamed him insisted on doing whatever would cause the least harm.
McCoy and Spock had a sparring relationship that masked their true affection and respect for each other, and their constant arguments became popular with viewers.
The Spock character was at first rejected by network executives, who were apprehensive that his vaguely "Satanic" appearance with pointed ears and eyebrows might prove upsetting to some viewers, and according to Leonard Nimoy they repeatedly urged Roddenberry to "drop the Martian.
Spock, however, went on to become one of the most popular characters on the show, as did McCoy's impassioned country-doctor personality.
Spock, in fact, became a sex symbol of sorts  —something no one connected with the show had expected. Leonard Nimoy noted that the question of Spock's extraordinary sex appeal emerged "almost any time I talked to someone in the press I never give it a thought Spock as a sex symbol is silly.
As that show and its spin-offs progressed, several TOS actors made appearances reprising their original characters:.
Besides the above examples, numerous non-canon novels and comic books have been published over the years in which The Original Series era crew are depicted in The Next Generation era, either through time-travel or other means.
In addition, many actors who appeared on The Original Series later made guest appearances as different characters in later series, most notably Majel Barrett , who not only provided the voice for most Starfleet computers in episodes of every spin-off series including a single appearance on Star Trek: Enterprise , where the computers normally did not speak at all , but also had the recurring role of Lwaxana Troi in The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine.
In its writing, Star Trek is notable as one of the earliest science-fiction TV series to use the services of leading contemporary science fiction writers, such as Robert Bloch , Norman Spinrad , Harlan Ellison , and Theodore Sturgeon , as well as established television writers.
Series script editor Dorothy C. Fontana originally Roddenberry's secretary played a key role in the success of Star Trek —she edited most of the series' scripts and wrote several episodes.
Her credits read D. Fontana at the suggestion of Gene Roddenberry, who felt a female science fiction writer might not be taken seriously in the majority-male field.
Roddenberry often used the setting of a space vessel set many years in the future to comment on social issues of s America, including sexism, racism, nationalism, and global war.
Kirk and Lt. Uhura , although the kiss was only mimed obscured by the back of a character's head and depicted as involuntary.
Marla McGivers Madlyn Rhue as part of his malicious machinations. Anti-war themes appear in episodes such as " The Doomsday Machine ", depicting a planet-destroying weapon as an analogy to nuclear weapons deployed under the principle of mutually assured destruction , and " A Taste of Armageddon " about a society which has "civilized" war to the point that they no longer see it as something to avoid.
This was a regular occurrence in the s and Star Trek suffered from its fair share of tampering. Scripts were routinely vetted and censored by the staff of NBC's Broadcast Standards Department, which copiously annotated every script with demands for cuts or changes e.
The series was noted for its sense of humor, such as Spock and McCoy's pointed, yet friendly, bickering.
Certain episodes, such as " The Trouble with Tribbles ", " I, Mudd " and "A Piece of the Action" , were written and staged as comedies with dramatic elements.
Several episodes used the concept of planets developing parallel to Earth, allowing reuse of stock props, costumes and sets.
Two episodes depicting time travel " Tomorrow Is Yesterday " and " Assignment: Earth " conveniently place Enterprise in orbit above s Earth; a third " The City on the Edge of Forever " places members of the crew on s Earth.
Only one — "The Enterprise Incident" — derives from the third season. In , Leonard Nimoy hosted a one-hour special as a promotional tie-in with the film Star Trek III: The Search for Spock , in which he recounted his memories of working on the original series and explained the origins of things such as the Vulcan nerve pinch and the Vulcan salute , as well as a re-airing of the TOS episode " Space Seed ".
The show's theme tune, immediately recognizable by many, was written by Alexander Courage , and has been featured in several Star Trek spin-off episodes and motion pictures.
Courage considered Roddenberry's actions, while entirely legal, to be unethical. However, Justman also believed that Courage lost enthusiasm for the series because of the "royalty" issue.
Later episodes used stock recordings from Courage's earlier work. Jazz trumpeter Maynard Ferguson recorded a jazz fusion version of the tune with his band during the late s, and Nichelle Nichols performed the song live complete with lyrics.
For budgetary reasons, this series made significant use of "tracked" music, or music written for other episodes that was reused in later episodes.
Of the 79 episodes that were broadcast, only 31 had complete or partial original dramatic underscores created specifically for them.
The remainder of the music in any episode was tracked from other episodes and from cues recorded for the music library.
Which episodes would have new music was mostly the decision of Robert H. Justman, the Associate Producer during the first two seasons.
Screen credits for the composers were given based on the amount of music composed for, or composed and reused in, the episode.
Some of these final music credits were occasionally incorrect. Beyond the short works of "source" music music whose source is seen or acknowledged onscreen created for specific episodes, eight composers were contracted to create original dramatic underscore during the series run: Alexander Courage , George Duning , Jerry Fielding , Gerald Fried , Sol Kaplan , Samuel Matlovsky, Joseph Mullendore, and Fred Steiner.
The composers conducted their own music. Of these composers, Steiner composed the original music for thirteen episodes and it is his instrumental arrangement of Alexander Courage's main theme that is heard over many of the end title credits of the series.
Listed in production order. Episodes that were only partially scored are in italics. Note : Although "The Way to Eden" had no original score, the episode had special musical material by Arthur Heinemann the episode's writer , guest star Charles Napier and Craig Robertson.
Eight of its episodes were nominated for one of science-fiction's top awards, the Hugo Award , in the category "Best Dramatic Presentation".
In , Star Trek the T. No episode was named. This was the show's 3rd Hugo Award. In , Star Trek ' s most critically acclaimed episode, "The City on the Edge of Forever," written by Harlan Ellison , won the prestigious Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original Teleplay, although this was for Ellison's original draft script, and not for the screenplay of the episode as it aired.
Episodes of the Original Series were among the first television series to be released on the VHS and laserdisc formats in North America.
By , sales had reached 1 million units. In the early s, Paramount Home Video reissued the series to DVD in a series of three deluxe season boxes with added featurettes and documentaries.
Season one, two, and three were released on April 28, September 22, and December 15, respectively. The Blu-ray releases let the user choose between "Enhanced Effects" or "Original Effects" via a technique called multi-angle.
The Blu-ray release contains both Original and Remastered episodes by seamless branching. CBS Interactive is presenting all 3 seasons of the series via the tv.
The full-length episodes, without the new CGI but digitally processed to remove the original celluloid artifacts, are available to users in the US at no charge but with embedded ads.
Short clips from the shows are also viewable at their web site. It has all full-length episodes, without the new CGI, like the tv.
Although consumer reviews indicate that some of the episodes on iTunes are the newly "remastered" editions, iTunes editors had not indicated such, and if so, which are which.
All first-season episodes that had been remastered and aired were available from iTunes, except " Where No Man Has Gone Before ", which remains in its original form.
On March 20, , the first season was again added to the iTunes Store, with separate downloads for the original and remastered versions of the show, though according to the customer reviews, the original version contains minor revisions such as special effect enhancements.
Netflix began online streaming of five of the six Star Trek television series on July 1, ; Deep Space Nine followed on October 1, Star Trek: The Original Series has inspired many commercial products, including toys, comic books, and many other materials.
The comics are generally considered non-canon. In the early s the Mego Corporation acquired the license to produce Star Trek action figures , which the company successfully marketed from — During this period, the company produced a line of 8" figures featuring Captain Kirk , Mr.
Spock , Leonard McCoy , Mr. Scott , Lt. Mego also produced a "life-size" toy tricorder. In the mids, Paul "Dr. Mego went out of business in New characters are currently [ when?
The Gorn that Mego produced had a brown Lizard head identical to the Marvel Comics villain on a brown body wearing a Klingon outfit.
These comics were highly stylized and diverged wildly from the TV series continuity. Most storylines used in the Gold Key series featured original characters and concepts, although later issues did include sequels to the original series episodes " The City on the Edge of Forever ", " Metamorphosis " and " I, Mudd ".
Originally they were illustrated by Alberto Giolitti , an Italian artist who had never seen the series and only had publicity photos to use as references.
Since Giolitti didn't have a publicity photo of James Doohan , early issues of the series had Mr. Scott drawn differently.
The original issues, most of which featured photographic covers showing images from the series, are highly collectable.
They are fondly remembered by fans, and a series of reprints "The Key Collection" of these original titles began to appear in , published by Checker.
The Gold Key series had a run of 61 issues. Gold Key lost the Star Trek license to Marvel Comics in although Marvel's license from Paramount prohibited them from utilizing concepts introduced in the original series.
From to , a series of weekly Star Trek comic strips ran in the British comics magazine eventually known as TV Century A total of issues were produced, as well as various annuals and specials.
All were original stories. In addition, the weekly TV Comic reprinted serialized versions of the U.
Gold Key comics. In —, before home video was widely available, Mandala Productions and Bantam Books published FotoNovels of TOS that included direct adaptations of actual color television episode frames with word balloons in comics format.
Marvel Comics again obtained the Star Trek license in Fan acceptance of these comics got off to a shaky start when Marvel's inaugural publication of its new Star Trek line turned out to be a crossover between TOS and Marvel's popular superhero team, the X-Men.
However, the series turned out to be relatively popular, registering strong sales. Beginning in , Tokyopop published two projects based upon the original series.
The new comic anthologies, produced by Joshua Ortega , were released annually in September Shinsei Shinsei and Kakan ni Shinkou.
Five artists and writer teams presented five new stories, per volume, based on the original series. Roddenberry was "committed to a liberalism that believed in prosperity, technological progress, and universal humanity" and at odds with the New Left, which "saw the evils of society as the consequence not merely of capitalism but of technology and reason itself.
The Original Series has been parodied many times in other television series. Saturday Night Live produced two famous sketches parodying The Original Series , "The Last Voyage of the Starship Enterprise " in  and William Shatner's own " Get a life " sketch in which parodied the show's "trekkie" followers.
It was described by TrekMovie. An entire Finnish parody series Star Wreck was produced starting in , culminating with Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning in , all available as legal downloads on the web.
Star Trek has inspired many fans to produce stories for free Internet distribution. Gene Roddenberry's son, "Rod" announced after a showing in that this series would have been considered canon by his father.
Rod Serling said of the series that " Star Trek was again a very inconsistent show which at times sparkled with true ingenuity and pure science fiction approaches.
At other times it was more carnival-like, and very much more the creature of television than the creature of a legitimate literary form.
Isaac Asimov and Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry developed a unique relationship during Star Trek ' s initial run in the late s.
Some of the shows that had their German premiere Tele5's first incarnation went on to find a new home. By the time Bitte lächeln aka Schwupps had moved to Tm3, a few of the cartoon shows originally on Tele5 were also taken up by Tm3 for its morning hour slots.
The most successful survivor of the old Tele5 was the game show Ruck Zuck based upon Bruce Forsyth's Hot Streak , which remained in production for over a decade on various channels after the closure of the old Tele5, appearing on RTL II, tm3, and even the new Tele 5 see below.
Tele 5's second incarnation originally started with Jochen Kröhne as CEO, who had been program director on Musicbox as well as on Tele5's original incarnation Jochen Bendel, one of the show hosts of the original Tele5, appeared on the channel from the beginning, including by hosting new editions of the game show Ruck Zuck , until he left the network in as well.
Since 1 May , an Austrian feed of Tele5 was launched. It simulcasts the German channel's programming with the addition of local advertisements.
It also includes promotion of Austrian channel ATV. The ads marketing is produced a cooperation with ATV, too. Like most channels in Europe broadcasting in HD, its SD feed is a downscaled version of its main high-definition programming.
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