Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Trek VII:

"Star Trek Generations" followed the theatrical release on all home video formats beginning in the summer of 1995 with the VHS release of "Generations" to rental outlets, along with the Laserdisc edition.  The mass retail release was launched on February 1996 featuring a lenticular holographic cover with the film becoming available on pan and scan and widescreen formats on VHS.

Back Laserdisc Cover

Back of  "The Movie Voyages" LD Box-set.

Original DVD Cover:


Back Cover
         Menu Screens   


Bonus Disc-

Post JJ Trek Re-release Cover
For Overseas Packaging & additional Content:

For an In-depth look back into the making of this movie read :

Star Trek Generations:  Retrospective


Wednesday, August 31, 2016

The TNG Sampler - A 25th Anniversary Release...

TNG on Consumer Home Video:

Columbia House Ad
Back of LD

For the 25th Anniversary - Encounter @ Farpoint on VHS & Laserdisc

Pre -release VHS 

Original VHS AD

 Album Sampler: Each Season of TNG Had its own cover design:

Season One: 
Ad Insert

Season One VHS

Season Two

Season Three

Another TOS Crossover
Ad Insert

Season Four

VHS Front Cover
Back of the Laserdisc. 
Season Four VHS

Season Five
VHS Front Cover
LD back Cover

Season Six:

Back of VHS
Back of LD

TOS Uniform on the Front Cover!

Season Seven

VHS Front Cover
LD Back Cover

To witness all the TNG VHS Front Covers.. visit : 

All Good Things....

Top: The VHS Cover. Bottom: LD Back cover.
End of series double episode Collector's Edition Box set .

 Additional Box sets and Standalone releases..


Inside LD Jacket Episode description

From The Captains Collection

 The Columbia House VHS release:


These releases utilized bumper titles screens before each episode.

All the Columbia House VHS boxes looked the same: Only the episode description changed.

Above: The two bookends - The pilot episode and the series finale. 

The initial run of "Encounter at Farpoint" featured the edited two-part syndication version of the episode. Later releases corrected this error at the request of series creator Gene Roddenberry and Paramount and issued the uncut version in its place.

In 2002 - TNG was finally released on DVD

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