When Kirk and Sulu vanish into thin air from the bridge of the Enterprise, Spock sends a landing party to the planet below to locate them. What they find is an 18th century castle and a rather foppish man, Trelane, who seems to know a great deal about the Earth - even if it is the wrong time period. If truth be told, Trelane acts like a spoiled little boy and it's obvious Kirk and the others have become his playthings. They soon realize that if they are to overcome Trelane and free themselves, they must locate and destroy his power source.
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Perhaps the only time Lt. Leslie is seen sitting in the command chair, albeit quite briefly. See more
In the opening scene, drinks in cups are passed out to crew members on the bridge. In a shot from the front of the bridge Sulu is show holding his cup in his left hand across his chest above his right shoulder. When the shot moves to an aft facing forward view, Sulu's left hand can be seen without a cup resting on the console. See more
Captain James T. Kirk
Here you have an opportunity to experience something really unique and you waste it. You want to commit murder? Go ahead. But where's the sport in a simple hanging?
The closing credits are set against a combination background of stills from that episode and previous episodes. See more
Special Enhanced version Digitally Remastered with new exterior shots and remade opening theme song See more
Theme From Star Trek
Written by Alexander Courage See more