Star Trek: Season 1, Episode 15

Shore Leave (29 Dec. 1966)

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The past three months has left the crew of the Enterprise exhausted and in desperate need of a break, but does this explain McCoy's encounter with a human-sized white rabbit or Kirk ... See full summary »

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The past three months has left the crew of the Enterprise exhausted and in desperate need of a break, but does this explain McCoy's encounter with a human-sized white rabbit or Kirk crossing paths with the prankster who plagued his days at Starfleet Academy? Written by Steve Green

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"Shore Leave" is the only episode in which the U.S.S. Enterprise is seen orbiting a planet from right to left. The shot was deliberately reversed in post-production because the shape of the Eastern United States and the Caribbean sea could clearly be seen on the globe used as a model for the planet. See more »

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Toward the end of the episode, as Kirk is chasing Finnegan, a shadow from the camera crane can be seen in the lower right of the frame tracking along with Finnegan as he runs to the left and then stays in position. See more »

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Captain James T. Kirk: Face front, everyone. Don't talk. Don't breathe. Don't think. You're at attention. Concentrate on that.
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A Well Acted Sci Fi Drama Would Be Enough Wonderland For Me
26 April 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Once again, the comedic takes over. I know that this episode has elements of seriousness to it. But as soon as Leonard McCoy sees the rabbit from Alice in Wonderland, we know things are going to get weird. Anyway, the whole crew is able to engage in fantasies. There is no holodeck to keep them occupied so this is the next best thing. People get to face fears and antagonists and what appear to be life and death situations. Kirk finds Finnegan and then the love of his life. Somehow this planet has special powers for R & R but not what they thought. It is a lightweight piece but at this point I felt that maybe they were selling out to the network.


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