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Star Trek: The Animated Series

Star Trek: The Animated Series poster
Air weekdate:
Genre: Action, Adventure, Animation, Drama, Science-Fiction
Channel: NBC
Status: Ended
7.2/10(25 votes)
William Shatner William Shatner as Capt. James T. Kirk
Leonard Nimoy Leonard Nimoy as Cmdr. Spock
DeForest Kelley DeForest Kelley as LtCdr. Dr. Leonard H. "Bones" McCoy
George Takei George Takei as Lt. Hikaru Sulu
James Doohan James Doohan as LtCdr. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott
Majel Barrett Majel Barrett as Ens. Christine Chapel
Nichelle Nichols Nichelle Nichols as Lt. Nyota Uhura

This is the further adventures of the Star Trek series in a half-hour animated form. This show basically continues the adventures of the original series (presumably in the fourth year of the five-year mission), but takes advantage of the unlimited special effects provided by animation to introduce more alien crewmen (the felinoid M'Ress and the tripedal Arex) as well as introduce more elaborate adventures like an underwater adventure, the miniaturization of the crew to 1 cm., and the appearance of a giant fire-breathing two-headed dragon. The show is currently not considered "canon" by Paramount and the folks associated with the various subsequent TV shows. However, elements of the animated series have been used in subsequent shows (Sarek refers to the events of "Yesteryear" in TNG's "Reunification Pt. 1") and the Enterprise-D's holodeck seems to have been in part inspired by the holodeck we see in "Practical Joker". Also, writers such as Peter David have used some elements from t

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