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DS9 Season 4 DVD-Region 1

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DVD release
Series: DS9
Season: Four
No. of episodes: 25 (1 feature-length)
No. of discs: 7
Region 1 release date: 5 August 2003
Region 2 release date: 25 August 2003
30 April 2007 (re-released)
Rating(s): CHVRS - Parental Guidance BBFC - 15 IFCO - 15 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 B00008KGT0
Year: 2372
DS9 Season 4 DVD-Region 2

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DS9 slimpack season four

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


From the DVD booklet:

Welcome to the fourth year of the adventures of Deep Space Nine, remote and abandoned Cardassian outpost stationed on the very edge of the known universe.
This is the year in which the Klingon Empire joins the struggle against the Dominion in force.
Beset by paranoid Klingon forces led by the ferocious General Martok, Sisko calls for the one man who can deal with the unpredictable ally: Starfleet's first Klingon officer – Lt. Commander Worf.
While the hunt for Changeling infiltrators continues on Cardassia, Qo'noS and Earth, the crew of Deep Space 9 deal with additional complications. Sisko fights a plot to overthrow the leadership of the United Federation of Planets. Dax faces expulsion from the Trill Homeworld and the enforced death of her symbiont.
Kira joins forces with the hated Gul Dukat not once, but twice. Odo must accept Kira's relationship with a powerful Bajoran politician. O'Brien lives through 20 years of hard labor in an alien prison.
After a visit to Roswell, Earth, in 1947, Quark is forced to sell his remains on the Futures Market, despite still being alive. And Julian Bashir lives out his fantasy as a 1960s secret agent.
While Deep Space 9's officers soldier on, the Klingons, the Cardassians, the Maquis and the Jem'Hadar seem determined to bring the battle to Starfleet.
Welcome to 2372. It's going to be a long and eventful year...

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"The Way of the Warrior" (feature-length) 
"The Visitor"
"Hippocratic Oath"
"Starship Down"
"Little Green Men"
"The Sword of Kahless"
"Our Man Bashir"
"Paradise Lost"
"Return to Grace"
"Sons of Mogh"
"Bar Association"
"Rules of Engagement"
"Hard Time"
"Shattered Mirror"
"The Muse"
"For the Cause"
"To the Death"
"The Quickening"
"Body Parts"
"Broken Link"
Special Features

Special Features[]

  • Charting New Territory: Deep Space Nine Season Four – A general season overview where cast and crew discuss developments such as Worf's integration into the series, amongst other topics.
  • Michael Westmore's Aliens, Season FourMichael Westmore presents an insight into the process of designing aliens for DS9's Fourth Season.

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 artwork on the discs features a Klingon Bird-of-Prey flying from the wormhole by the station.

The region 2 artwork on the discs features various characters from the season:

Previous release:
DS9 Season 3 DVD
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Next Region 1 release:
DS9 Season 5 DVD
Next Region 2 release:
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Jean-Luc Picard Collection
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