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Amazon Blu-ray Deal of the Week: Star Trek, Original Motion Picture Collection (Expired)

Posted July 15, 2012 09:10 AM by Josh Katz

ParamountAmazon's Blu-ray Deal of the Week affects the Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection. Through July 21st, Amazon is offering the Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection for $39.99 (a 60% discount from its MSRP of $99.99).

The Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection bundles together the theatrical versions of the six Star Trek films starring the Original Series cast members. These include:
The Blu-ray set also features a wide assortment of bonus supplements, including retrospective documentaries, interviews with cast and crew members, and audio commentaries.

This deal expires at 12 AM PST/3 AM EST next Sunday, July 22nd.





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paper tiger
  Jul 15, 2012
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It's funny, I just watched all of these last week. I bought this collection when it was first released for $70 some bucks. Nice to see the price lowered a lot, however I have watched it many times so it is worth it at any cost.

Very nice collection, great transfer, highly recommended.

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aimforsilence
  Jul 15, 2012
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Good price for people that have yet to start a Trek collection! Remember TNG Season 1 is only weeks away!
#1Dad Benoit
  Jul 15, 2012
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This how I'll be buying the TNG season sets.....waiting for them to hit around $50 or lower.
Iamed88
  Jul 15, 2012
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Everybody, i'm FINALLY STOP THE Region coding putting! Can the community of Blu-ray.com other than me do the future Blu-ray releases for Region coding putting??? Thanks because i'm F*** up the community of Blu-ray.com.... CALL ME the worst user of Blu-ray.com
TheTrekman
  Jul 15, 2012
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It's about time!

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BHolst
  Jul 15, 2012
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@Iamed88

I think it is time to get back on your medication...
Scooter1836
  Jul 15, 2012
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I remember a time when I looked forward to seeing what the deal of the week was, that was a long time ago. I don't think I have taken advantage of one this year...either that means the deals have been pathetic....or I just have too many blu's LOL

Guydowood
  Jul 15, 2012
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Great set, great price, I also got mine upon initial release and paid $60....it's also funny to watch these in a row as the cast get older, heavier and grey haired with each additional sequel......lol

JERBOX5150
  Jul 15, 2012
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Great price but it sucks that they haven't released some of the Director Cuts (example: STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE has almost 12 minutes added) and I love the Special Editions they released on DVD!!!

Oblivion138
  Jul 16, 2012
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Great price...pity most of the transfers look like ass.
jkh206
  Jul 16, 2012
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I want to buy this set but I have a feeling there will be a new set with better transfers on it. Atleast I hope so.
reidw
  Jul 16, 2012
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@jkh206: I too have been holding out for a better set of transfers but be aware that if Paramount does do this the set will cost about $100 again. I doubt however that such a set will be released in the near future. Star Trek is gradually fading into oblivion. Those of us who loved the TV series and the movies are getting older. We've bought the same stories over and over again on BETA/VHS, Laserdisc, SD DVD and now Bluray. The love affair (and wilingness to empty our wallets for the same content) has to end sometime.
Codemonkey
  Jul 16, 2012
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Would love to see a similar deal on at amazon.ca
reidw
  Jul 16, 2012
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It surprises me that Amazon.ca doesn't also do weekly deals.

Oblivion138
  Jul 16, 2012
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@reidw - I don't think that Trek is anywhere near "fading into oblivion." The last movie was a tremendous success, there's another one coming out next year, and really, how many TV series can you think of that predate the late '90s, that have been fully restored and released on BD? There's The Prisoner, sure...and The Twilight Zone. A few scattered here and there. Then there's Star Trek and Star Trek: The Next Generation, which have had more restorative work done, at greater expense. Why? Because Paramount knows that selling them is a SURE THING. Because the popularity of the franchise, despite all its missteps over the years, is enduring.
reidw
  Jul 16, 2012
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@oblivion: I would wager that most of the fans of the new Arbrams Trek are young and consider the old Trek to be if anything quaint and boring. The new Trek is something completely different. My friends and I are all Trekkers; some of us actually watched TOS on NBC/CTV when it first aired. None of us were much enthused with the new Trek in 2009(?). As far we're concerned they aren't the same thing. The Trek we loved is if not dead, close to it.

visual0ne
  Jul 18, 2012
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Just ordered mine. Wish they would run a sale on the tv series box with all three seasons. Been watching those in HD on Netflix streaming and they look outstanding. I imagine the blus are even better!
reidw
  Jul 19, 2012
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@visualone: The TOS BDs look great but based on a review at another site the about to be released TNG BDs will look even better.


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