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Star Trek: Voyager - Season 1 [1995] (5 discs)

Composer:Jerry Goldsmith
Length:720 minutes
(12 hours 0 minute)
MPAA Rating:UR
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IMDB Rating:7.1/10
Amazon Rating:4.5/5 stars
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Synopsis: Voyager is pulled to the other side of the Galaxy and stranded.

Reaction: Basic beginings to a fairly ambitious show.

Personal Rating: 7/10

"Phage" and "Jetrel"

Select Guest Cast
Aaron Lustig => Doctor (Ex Post Facto)
Francis Guinan => Minister Kray (Ex Post Facto)
Ray Reinhardt => Tolen Ren (Ex Post Facto)
Robin McKee => Lidele Ren (Ex Post Facto)
Armand Schultz => Crewman Kenneth Dalby (Learning Curve)
Catherine MacNeal => Crewman Mariah Henley (Learning Curve)
Derek McGrath => Crewman Chell (Learning Curve)
Kenny Morrison => Crewman Gerron (Learning Curve)
Lindsey Haun => Beatrice Burleigh (Learning Curve)
Thomas Dekker => Henry Burleigh (Learning Curve)
Armin Shimerman => Quark (Caretaker)
Basil Langton => The Caretaker (Caretaker)
Bruce French => Ocampan Doctor (Caretaker)
David Selburg => Toscat (Caretaker)
Gavan O'Herlihy => Maje Jabin (Caretaker)
Jeff McCarthy => Dr. Fitzgerald (Caretaker)
Keely Sims => Farmer's Daughter (Caretaker)
Mark Allen Shepherd => Morn (Caretaker)
Richard Poe => Gul Evek (Caretaker)
Scott Jaeck => Lt. Commander Cavit (Caretaker)
Scott MacDonald => Lieutenant Rollins (Caretaker)
Brady Bluhm => Latika (Time and Again)
Brian Markinson => Sulan (Faces)
Rob LaBelle => Talaxian Prisoner (Faces)
Brian Markinson => Lieutenant Peter Durst (Cathexis)
Carolyn Seymour => Mrs. Templeton (Cathexis)
Cecile Callan => Ptera (Emanations)
Jeffrey Alan Chandler => Hatil (as Jefrey Alan Chandler) (Emanations)
Jerry Hardin => Dr. Neria (Emanations)
Christopher Neame => Unferth (Heroes and Demons)
Marjorie Monaghan => Freya (Heroes and Demons)
Michael Keenan => Hrothgar (Heroes and Demons)
Cully Fredricksen => Dereth (Phage)
Stephen Rappaport => Motura (as Stephen B. Rappaport) (Phage)
James Sloyan => Ma'bor Jetrel (Jetrel)
Judy Geeson => Sandrine (The Cloud)
Larry Hankin => Gaunt Gary (The Cloud)
Luigi Amodeo => The Gigolo (The Cloud)
Ronald Guttman => Gathra 'Gath' Laban (Prime Factors)
Tom Virtue => Lieutenant Walter Baxter (Eye of the Needle)
Vaughn Armstrong => Telek R'Mor (Eye of the Needle)
David Livingston => Director
Kim Friedman => Director
Les Landau => Director
LeVar Burton => Director
Robert Scheerer => Director
Winrich Kolbe => Director
Bill Dial => Writer
Brannon Braga => Writer
Chris Abbott => Writer
David Kemper => Writer
Evan Somers => Writer
Greg Elliot => Writer
Jack Klein => Writer
Jean Louise Matthias => Writer
Jeri Taylor => Writer
Karen Klein => Writer
Kenneth Biller => Writer
Michael Perricone => Writer
Michael Piller => Writer
Naren Shankar => Writer
Ronald Wilkerson => Writer
Skye Dent => Writer
Thomas E. Szollosi => Writer
Jerry Goldsmith => Composer
Gene Roddenberry => Creator, Original Series
Anthony De Longis => Maje Culluh
Ethan Phillips => Neelix
Garrett Wang => Harry Kim
Jennifer Lien => Kes
Josh Clark => Lieutenant Joe Carey
Kate Mulgrew => Captain Kathryn Janeway
Majel Barrett => Voyager Computer
Martha Hackett => Seska
Robert Beltran => Chakotay
Robert Duncan McNeill => Tom Paris
Robert Picardo => The Doctor
Roxann Dawson => B'Elanna Torres
Tarik Ergin => Lieutenant Ayala
Tim Russ => Tuvok

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • Chelsea Field (current wife of Scott Bakula [as of July 2005]) auditioned for the role of Captain Janeway.
  • The character of Ensign Samantha Wildman was named after a real person, a little girl who died tragically in an accident. The girl's organs were donated to save the life of the wife of episode writer Jimmy Diggs. The real Samantha loved animals, so Ensign Wildman was cast as the head of Voyager's xenobiology department.
  • In the opening credits of the first episode, the character name Tuvok is not identified with a rank, in order not to give away his identity as a Starfleet officer working undercover. In later seasons, rank designations were removed from the character names, except for Janeway.
  • The show's first season ended prematurely when UPN decided to air several season one episodes at the beginning of season two, instead.
  • [?] Geneviève Bujold was originally cast to play Captain Janeway, but a few days into filming the first episode, she abruptly quit.
  • Each of the three live-action [Star Trek] series after the original [Star Trek] has had a cameo appearance by a character from its predecessor series in its premiere episode. [Star Trek: Voyager] has Quark.
  • Before the premiere, it was announced that the male Native American character (Chakotay) would have a wolf as a "spirit guide" and would be seen frequently during the series, however, the wolf never appeared. (Though we did see Captain Janeway's and learned comedically that B'Elanna Torres tried to kill hers.)
  • In some early episodes, Neelix is seen training with Tuvok in ship's security. The writers' original intent was for Neelix to get a Starfleet commission and join Tuvok's security staff full-time, but this was eventually dropped (although in the alternate timeline of [{The Year of Hell}], Neelix does become a Starfleet security officer).