CLASSIC STAR TREK 1993-19956090 Classic Collector Figure SetCaptain James T. Kirk, Commanding OfficerFirst Officer Spock, Science OfficerDr. Leonard McCoy, Chief Medical OfficerEnsign Pavel Chekov, NavigatorLieutenant Sulu, HelmsmanLieutenant Uhura, Communications OfficerLieutenant Commander Montgomery Scott, Chief EngineerAccessories6116 U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-17016117 Classic Communicator6118 Classic Phaser6125 Classic Science Tricorder30th Anniversary Series Accessories16087 Galileo Shuttlecraft - Includes Exclusive Captain James Kirk Action Figure16088 Dr. McCoy's Medical KitAssortment 6450 Classic Star Trek: Movie Series6451 Admiral Kirk - As Seen In The Hit "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"6452 Commander Spock - As Seen In The Hit "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"6453 Dr. McCoy - As Seen In The Hit "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"6454 Lieutenant Sulu - As Seen In The Hit "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"6455 Lieutenant Uhura - From The Movie "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"6456 Khan - As Seen In "Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan"6457 Martia, The Shape Shifter - As Seen In "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country"6458 General Chang - As Seen In "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country"6459 Commander Kruge - As Seen In "Star Trek III: The Search For Spock"6460 Lieutenant Saavik - As Seen In "Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan"Classic Star Trek: Movie Series Accessories16081 Starfleet Phaser - From "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" and "The Wrath of Khan"16082 Starfleet Wrist Communicator - As Seen in "Star Trek: The Motion Picture"!Star Trek: The Movie Collection Accessory6127 U.S.S. Excelsior NCC-2000Assortment 3450 Star Trek Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles3451 Captain Leonardo3452 Chief Engineer Michaelangelo3453 Chief Medical Officer Raphael3454 First Officer Donatello
04 May 2009
"Classic Star Trek" by Playmates Toys
Seemingly every other company has referred to it as Star Trek: The Original Series, but someone at Playmates popped off instead with Classic Star Trek. This is the line that, in my personal opinion, succeeded most. There's something about the classic/original series aesthetic that really translated well to the Playmates line of action figures. Most of the 1966-69 characters appeared in later, franchise-wide lines. The few that were produced under the Classic Star Trek line were confined to the bridge officers boxed set and a sub-set of figures based on characters from the first six Star Trek movies.