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Various episodes from Star Trek: The Animated Series have been released on LaserDisc in the United States, Japan, and the United Kingdom from 1990 to 1997.

US/Japan release[]

TAS LD cover

LaserDisc cover

The entirety of The Animated Series was released on LaserDisc under the name The Animated Adventures of Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek in the United States on 20 March 1990 and in Japan on 8 March 1997. In 1997, it was re-released in the US without any changes.

"The Ambergris Element" is listed as episode 13 instead of 12, and the numbering continues after that up to 23.

Disc Episode Reference
1 "More Tribbles, More Troubles"
"The Infinite Vulcan"
"Yesteryear"
"Beyond the Farthest Star"
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2 "The Survivor"
"The Lorelei Signal"
"One of Our Planets Is Missing"
"Mudd's Passion"
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3 "The Magicks of Megas-Tu"
"The Time Trap"
"The Slaver Weapon"
"The Ambergris Element"
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4 "The Jihad"
"The Terratin Incident"
"The Eye of the Beholder"
"Once Upon a Planet"
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5 "Bem"
"Albatross"
"The Pirates of Orion"
"The Practical Joker"
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6 "How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth"
"The Counter-Clock Incident"
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UK release[]

On 11 August 1997, "More Tribbles, More Troubles" was released on LaserDisc in the United Kingdom as part of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Triple Tribble Troubles.

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