Star Trek: The Motion Picture - 20th Anniversary Collector's Edition
 : Star Trek: The Motion Picture - 20th Anniversary Collector's Edition

from: Columbia Records / Legacy Records

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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: TCM Shop
EAN: 0074646613429
Edition: Collector's Edition
Feature: Exclusive
Format: Soundtrack, Extra tracks
Item Dimensions: 10057545500
Label: Columbia Records / Legacy Records
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Columbia Records / Legacy Records
Model: 2012560
MPN: 6000040055CD
Number Of Discs: 2
Number Of Items: 2
Publication Date: January 26, 1999
Publisher: Columbia Records / Legacy Records
Release Date: January 26, 1999
Running Time: 129 minutes
Studio: Columbia Records / Legacy Records

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Disc 1:
  1. Ilia's Theme - Jerry Goldsmith
  2. Main Title - Jerry Goldsmith
  3. Klingon Battle - Jerry Goldsmith
  4. Total Logic - Jerry Goldsmith
  5. Floating Office - Jerry Goldsmith
  6. The Enterprise - Jerry Goldsmith
  7. Leaving Drydock - Jerry Goldsmith
  8. Spock's Arrival - Jerry Goldsmith
  9. The Cloud - Jerry Goldsmith
  10. Vejur Flyover - Jerry Goldsmith
  11. The Force Field - Jerry Goldsmith
  12. Games - Jerry Goldsmith
  13. Spock Walk - Jerry Goldsmith
  14. Inner Workings - Jerry Goldsmith
  15. Vejur Speaks - Jerry Goldsmith
  16. The Meld - Jerry Goldsmith
  17. A Good Start - Jerry Goldsmith
  18. End Title - Jerry Goldsmith
Disc 2:
  1. Star Trek Theme - Columbia Symphony Orchestra
  2. Introduction: Nichelle Nichols - Nichelle Nichols
  3. Inside Star Trek - Gene Roddenberry
  4. William Shatner Meets Captain Kirk - Gene Roddenberry
  5. Introduction To Live Show - Gene Roddenberry
  6. About Science Fiction - Gene Roddenberry
  7. The Origin Of Spock - Gene Roddenberry
  8. Sarek's Son Spock - Gene Roddenberry
  9. The Questor Affair - Gene Roddenberry
  10. The Genesis II Pilot - Gene Roddenberry
  11. Cyborg Tools And E.T. Life Forms - Gene Roddenberry
  12. McCoy's Rx For Life - Gene Roddenberry
  13. The Star Trek Philosophy - Gene Roddenberry
  14. Asimov's World Of Science Fiction - Gene Roddenberry
  15. The Enterprise Runs Around - Gene Roddenberry
  16. A Letter From A Network Censor - Gene Roddenberry
  17. The Star Trek Dream/Ballad I/Ballad II - Gene Roddenberry
  18. Sign Off: Nichelle Nichols - Nichelle Nichols
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
A deluxe expanded reissue of Jerry Goldsmith's epic score for the first Star Trek movie, featuring authoritative liner notes, modern film annotation and, best of all, Gene Roddenberry's Inside Star Trek , in which Gene conducts interviews with cast members and even Isaac Asimov for a "behind-the-scenes" look at the most popular sci-fi series of all time. All inside a holographic slipcase for that 23rd century look!
After a decade of nascent cult fanaticism, Star Trek was finally reborn in 1979, given new life by an epic-sized feature-film production that all but squashed the quaint humanity that had been one of the original television series' most compelling elements (the producers got it right on Wrath of Khan and seldom looked back). Jerry Goldsmith's score, alternating robust heroics with alien mystique, is arguably the most memorable element of Star Trek: The Motion Picture; indeed, its main theme has heralded the voyages of the Enterprise in TV and film adventures ever since. This slipcased new edition resequences Goldsmith's music and supplements it with 25 minutes of previously unreleased, typically masterful cues. The set's "bonus" disc, Inside Star Trek with Gene Roddenberry, appeals to more polarized audiences: veteran Trekkers and shameless lovers of pop-culture kitsch. This 1976 artifact (previously unreleased on CD) was one of the first "official" efforts to address the show's burgeoning postcancellation popularity and features Trek creator Roddenberry ruminating earnestly about the show's origins and meanings with the likes of William Shatner and DeForest Kelley (who gives an eerily prescient lecture on the foibles of modern health care). Also features new narration by Nichelle "Uhuru" Nichols. Bonus points: Shatner doesn't sing! --Jerry McCulley

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