TOS-R Producer Auctioning Special Blu-Ray Set For Charity

If you haven’t yet picked up the digitally remastered original Star Trek series on Blu-ray, now you can bid on a three seasons set with extra bonuses, all to benefit a charity auction. The set includes a poster signed by the TOS-R producers and William Shatner, plus a visualization model used by the TOS-R team and more. Details below.



Remastered Blu-ray charity auction

Dave Rossi, a producer for the remastered Star Trek wanted TrekMovie to let our readers know about the  Hollywood School House charity auction, which includes a set of all three seasons of the remastered original Star Trek on Blu-ray. The set also contains some cool special bonuses just for the auction:

  • A promotional poster signed by William Shatner and TOS-R Producers Dave Rossi, Mike and Denise Okuda, and Visual Effects Supervisor Niel Wray.
  • An original USS Enterprise model used to help visualize new effects shots
  • A Star Trek t-shirt (XL)
  • A Tribble

CLICK HERE to bid. Auction ends April 21st.

Visualization model used by TOS-R team, part of charity auction


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April 16, 2010 11:32 am

A Tribble? I’m there!

April 16, 2010 11:46 am

That model was not built from scratch, but the autographed poster sounds good.

April 16, 2010 12:29 pm

that model looks like one of my Hallmark Christmas ornaments…

April 16, 2010 12:36 pm

I want a Tribble!!!!!!!!!

Chris Whitford
April 16, 2010 12:42 pm

AS i thought it’s the polar lights snap model

Captain Dunsel
April 16, 2010 2:33 pm

Is it a neutered tribble?

April 16, 2010 7:57 pm

XL t-shirt? Won’t exactly fit me,but everything else sounds good.

April 17, 2010 4:53 pm

Yeah, that list should go from

A Tribble


A Tribble
A Tribble
A Tribble
A Tribble

April 18, 2010 5:59 am

The model is definitely not the polar lights kit. The superstructure under the bridge is the wrong shape. Judging from that feature, it’s more likely an older AMT kit – not the large 18″ version, but the tiny NCC-1701 from the 3 Enterprise set ( which included the Enterprise-D, the Enterprise-A and the TOS ship. The decals ( and the yellowing around them ) look about right, plus the fact that there is no molded on grid pattern on the saucer. This would make that model about 31/2 to 4 inches long.

Conversely, there is a possibility that it’s the 7 inch ship from the three ship snap kit ( Enterprise Klingon and Romulan ) but that one had the incorrect decal lettering font, and grid lines on the saucer. Alternately, it could be the slightly retooled version of the 7 incher included in the electronic ‘Legendary Space Encounter’ diorama, which had two Klingon cruisers and the same Enterprise, with no saucer grid, and corrected decals.

April 18, 2010 6:55 am

I’ve already got a tribble. I got it many, many years ago. Can’t remember where. And I’ve got all 3 seasons of TOS-R on regular DVD. Plus I’ve got the 22″ Enterprise cutaway model (love that one!). I love that ship and I would like to have as many models of it as possible. I don’t have a blu-ray player yet though (can’t afford it). So I’ll have to wait for that DVD set.

April 18, 2010 10:24 am

Dave’s Enterprise model is indeed a commercially-available item. But the point is that it is one of the little ships that we actually used during planning meetings for TOS-R. We used to fly that thing around the room to show each other how we thought the ship should maneuver in various shots. Fun stuff.


Dr. Cheis
April 18, 2010 11:40 am

You just wanted an excuse to play with toy ships.

Of course I would do the same.

April 18, 2010 5:06 pm

I do want this to play on my new Blu-Ray player,
but the price is going to have to come waaay down.

April 19, 2010 6:00 am

Mike Okuda, thanks again for all your hard work on TOSR and everything over the last 20 years. We all owe you a big thanks, for sharing your love of Trek and making it better because of it!

April 19, 2010 6:54 pm

I concur. Thanks to Mike and the rest of the team for trying to keep the spirit of TOS alive.

By the way, I wasn’t dissing the model, just speculating on it’s origins.