The Menagerie (Episode)

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The Menagerie
"The Menagerie" (TOS 15-16)

"The Menagerie" (TOS 15-16)
Series Star Trek
Season 1
Episode 11-12
Production Number 16
Release Date Part I: 17 Nov 1966
Part II: 24 Nov 1966
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Stardate 3012.4: Spock hijacks the Enterprise to return an injured Captain Pike to Talos IV.

A call supposedly sent by former Enterprise commanding officer, Fleet Captain Christopher Pike diverts the starship to Starbase 11. Pike, crippled, scarred, and completely paralyzed in a recent accident, is abducted and brought aboard the Enterprise by Spock. Starbase Commodore José Mendez and Captain Kirk join them there — to discover the starship locked on course for the forbidden planet Talos IV. To visit this world demands the death penalty, and Kirk is forced to convene a court-martial against his Vulcan friend.

The entire proceeding, however, is meaningless—for after a series of surprises, it is revealed that Mendez was never actually aboard the Enterprise. His presence on the ship and in the shuttlecraft with Kirk had been an illusion created by the Talosians working in league with Spock. The mystery is explained as an attempt to get Pike to Talos IV. Once there, the benevolent inhabitants intend to use their powerful mental abilities to enable Pike to lead a happy life despite his injuries and paralysis. Kirk allows Pike to beam down to the planet—and Starfleet Command drops all charges against Spock.

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Astrometrics Delaware; Earth; International Space Station; Jupiter; Mars; Maryland; Mercury; Milky Way Galaxy; Mojave, California; The Moon; Orion colonies; Orion (Planet); Regulus; Rigel VII; Saturn; Sol; Sol system; Starbase 11; Talos Star Group; Talos IV; Vega Colony; Venus; Virginia; Washington, D.C.; Yosemite
Chronology Prime Timeline; 1789; 1797; 1861; 1865; 1953; 1961; 1963; 2236; 2254; 2267; Stardate 3012.4-3013.2
Culture Bible; devil; Gaelic language; Hell; marriage; religion; soul; Ten Commandments; theatre
Education American Continent Institute; doctor; doctorate; physician
Food alcohol; chicken-tuna sandwiches; coffee; martini; sandwiches
People Adam; Aldrin, Buzz; Armstrong, Neil; Avian Captive; Boyce, Phillip; Colt, J.M.; Comsol, Robert; Eisenhower, Dwight; Enterprise Geologist; Eve; Garrison; Hansen; Haskins, Theodore; Humboldt; Johanssen, Helen; Johnson, Lyndon; The Keeper; Kennedy, John F.; Lincoln, Abraham; Mammalian Captive; McCoy, Leonard; Mendez, José; Moses; Number One; Officer; Orion Trader; Pike, Christopher; Piper; Pitcairn; Science Crewman; Scott, Montgomery; Spock; Tango; Tyler, José; Uhura, Nyota; Vina; Washington, George
Politics court martial; mutiny; Starfleet; Starfleet General Orders (General Order 7); Starfleet Ranks (Chief Petty Officer, Ensign, Lieutenant, Lieutenant Commander, Captain, Fleet Captain, Commodore, Admiral); United Federation of Planets; Yeoman
Science & Technology anatomy; Apollo program; armor; axe; baffle plate; batteries; blood; brain; Class M planet; coma; communications; communicator; computer; continent; deflector; duranium; eyes; generator; gravity; gravity plating; heart; ice; impulse drive; ion engine; laser; laser cannon; life support; mace; magnetism; meteorites; microtapes; nitrogen; nuclear weapons; orbit; Orbiting Geophysical Observatory; Orbiting Solar Observatory; oxygen; protein; radiation (delta); radio; sand; satellite; sector; sensors; shield; skeleton; spear; speed of light; subspace; sword; telepathy; thrusters; time (minute, hour, day, month, year); time barrier; torch; tractor beam; transporter; tricorder; warp drive; warp nacelle; water; wheelchair; zoology
Ships & Vehicles Apollo 11; S.S. Columbia; Constitution class; U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701; Ironclads; J class; Ranger program; shuttlecraft (Class F); Shuttlecraft Picasso SB11-1201/1; Soyuz; Space Shuttle; Vostok; Wright Flyer
Xenology cacti; cranes; flies; Horses; Humans; hybrids; Kalar; Orions; roses; squirrels; Talosian singing plants; Talosians; Vulcans
Miscellaneous bartender; bridge; briefing room; distress call; headache; logs; narcotics; Number One; picnic; Red Alert; slavery; Starfleet delta; Starfleet Uniforms (2254, 2266); telepathy; thought records; top secret; zoo
Credits

Part I

Starring
William Shatner

Also Starring
Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock

Directed by
Marc Daniels

Written by
Gene Roddenberry

Produced by
Gene L. Coon

Executive Producer
Gene Roddenberry

Created by
Gene Roddenberry

Associate Producer
Robert H. Justman

Script Consultant
Steven W. Carabatsos

Special Guest Star
Jeffrey Hunter

Guest Star
Susan Oliver

Also Starring
Malachi Throne, M. Leigh Hudec, Peter Duryea, John Hoyt, Adam Roarke
DeForest Kelley as Dr. McCoy
James Doohan as Scott
Nichelle Nichols as Uhura

Featuring
Sean Kenney
Hagan Beggs
and
Julie Parrish as Miss Piper

Music Composed and Conducted by
Alexander Courage

Director of Photography
Jerry Finnerman

Art Directors
Rolland M. Brooks
and
Walter M. Jefferies

Film Editor
Robert L. Swanson

Assistant to the Producer
Edward K. Milkis

Assistant Director
Michael S. Glick

Set Decorator
Marvin March

Costumes Created by
William Theiss

Music Consultant
Wilbur Hatch

Music Coordinator
Julian Davidson

Post Production Executive
Bill Heath

Music Editor
Robert H. Raff

Sound Editor
Joseph G. Sorokin

Sound Mixer
Jack F. Lilly

Photographic Effects
Film Effects of Hollywood

Script Supervisor
George A. Rutter

Head Grip
George Rader

Production Supervisor
Bernard A. Widin

Special Effects
Jim Rugg

Property Master
Irving A. Feinberg

Gaffer
George H. Merhoff

Makeup Artist
Fred B. Phillips, S.M.A.

Hair Styles by
Virginia Darcy, C.H.S.

Sound
Glen Glenn Sound Co.

A Desilu Production

In Association with
Norway Corporation

Executive in Charge of Production
Herbert F. Solow

 


 


Part II

Starring
William Shatner

Also Starring
Leonard Nimoy as Mr. Spock

Directed by
Robert Butler

Written by
Gene Roddenberry

Created and Produced by
Gene Roddenberry

Associate Producers
Byron Haskin, Robert H. Justman

Special Guest Star
Jeffrey Hunter

Guest Star
Susan Oliver

Also Starring
Malachi Throne, M. Leigh Hudec, Peter Duryea, John Hoyt, Laurel Goodwin, Adam Roarke
DeForest Kelley as Dr. McCoy
James Doohan as Scott
Nichelle Nichols as Uhura

Featuring
Sean Kenney
Hagan Beggs
and
Meg Wyllie as The Keeper

Music Composed and Conducted by
Alexander Courage

Director of Photography
William E. Snyder, A.S.C.

Art Directors
Rolland M. Brooks
and
Franz Bachelin

Film Editor
Leo Shreve

Assistant to the Producer
Edward K. Milkis

Assistant Director
Michael S. Glick

Set Decorator
Edward M. Parker

Costumes Created by
William Theiss

Music Consultant
Wilbur Hatch

Music Coordinator
Julian Davidson

Post Production Executive
Bill Heath

Music Editor
Robert H. Raff

Sound Editor
Joseph G. Sorokin

Sound Mixer
Stanford G. Haughton

Photographic Effects
Howard Anderson Co.

Script Supervisor
George A. Rutter

Head Grip
George Rader

Production Supervisor
James A. Paisley

Special Effects
Joe Lombardi

Property Master
Jack Briggs

Gaffer
Bob Campbell

Makeup Artist
Fred B. Phillips, S.M.A.

Hair Styles by
Gertrude Reade

Sound
Glen Glenn Sound Co.

A Desilu Production

In Association with
Norway Corporation

Executive in Charge of Production
Herbert F. Solow