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DS9 Season 1 DVD-Region 1

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DVD release
Series: DS9
Season: One
No. of episodes: 19 (1 feature-length)
No. of discs: 6
Region 1 release date: 25 February 2003
Region 2 release date: 24 March 2003
30 April 2007 (re-released)
Rating(s): CHVRS - Parental Guidance BBFC - Parental Guidance IFCO - 12 FSK - Freigegeben ab 12 Jahren NICAM - Mogelijk schadelijk tot 12 jaar (Watch out with children under 12) MCCYP - 15 OFLC (Australia) - Parental Guidance OFLC (New Zealand) - Parental Guidance
Reference: ASIN B00005JLF5
Year: 2369
DS9 Season 1 DVD-Region 2

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DS9 slimpack season one

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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – The Complete Season One is a DVD release containing all of the episodes which were broadcast during the series' first season.


From the DVD booklet:

The year is 2369. After a long and bloody struggle against the Cardassians, the Bajoran Resistance and their Starfleet colleagues have occupied Terok Nor, a former Cardassian mining station orbiting the planet of Bajor.
Redesignated Deep Space Nine by the Federation, the station is now overseen by a Starfleet crew lead by Commander Benjamin Sisko, a battle-hardened officer who has recently lost his wife in a battle with the Borg.
Together with his team, Sisko must preside over inhabitants friendly and unfriendly, honest and dishonest, Human and alien. This unlikely assembly of individuals gives Deep Space Nine its unique society, and brings intrigue, crime and some unlikely partnerships.
Although the threat of Cardassian treachery is always present, the inhabitants of Bajor contribute their own set of issues to the station, bringing a strange mix of violent passion and calm spirituality to DS9.
Add to these Ferengi traders, shapeshifting security officers, Klingons, Humans and hidden Gods, and the depths of Deep Space Nine society begin to reveal themselves.
And with the discovery of a nearby portal to a distant and unexplored part of the universe, the lonely world of Deep Space Nine is about to produce consequences which will resound across the galaxy.


"Emissary" (feature-length)
"Past Prologue"
"A Man Alone"
"Captive Pursuit"
"The Passenger"
"Move Along Home"
"The Nagus"
"Battle Lines"
"The Storyteller"
"If Wishes Were Horses"
"The Forsaken"
"Dramatis Personae"
"In the Hands of the Prophets"
Special Features

Special Features[]

  • Alien Artifacts: Season OneJoe Longo explains the props of the first season. (Interview from 19 April 1993)
  • Deep Space Nine SketchbookRick Sternbach explains several of his sketches for various props on the show. (Interview from 7 October 2002)

The special features that were lacking on the regular Region 1 releases, were for that region only available as a "retailer exclusive" on a separate disc through the Best Buy retail chain store. [1] [2]

Background information[]

The Region 1 release features pictures of the station as if taken during a flyby, beginning with a wide shot including the wormhole on disc 1, and finishing with a closeup of the central hub on disc 6.

The Region 2 release features the only DS9 DVDs to have pictures of starships on the discs, rather than characters:

With the exception of the station itself and the Klingon Bird-of-Prey, the vessels depicted do not actually appear in the first season.

Previous release:
TNG Season 7 DVD
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Next release:
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home  (Special Edition)
Next series release:
DS9 Season 2 DVD
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