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Censorship
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Censorship

Star Trek is an American Sci-Fi show that was made by NBC, and it was released on September 8, 1966 and it ended on June 3, 1969. When the BBC bought the rights to air the show in the UK several episodes were either banned or censored.

Censorship[]

UK Censorship[]

BBC[]

Season One[]
  • Episode 1
  1. The scene that shows Spock punching Nacy two times was cut.
  2. Any scene that shows the vampire creature's true appearance were cut.
  • Episode 5
  1. The scene that shows Kirk attempting to rape Janice was cut.
  • Episode 8
  1. After its initial airing the episode was banned from reruns due to viewers complaining about the episodes content. (This episode has aired on the BBC since 1990.)
Season Three[]
  • Episode 10
  1. BBC banned the episode due to its sexual content. (The episode has aired on the BBC since 1990.)
  • Episode 12
  1. BBC banned the episode due to the episode's violent content. (The episode has aired on the BBC since 1990.)
  • Episode 14
  1. BBC banned the episode due to it containing a large amount of violence. (The episode has aired on the BBC since 1990.)
  • Episode 18
  1. The scene that shows the dying women turning green was cut.

Where to find it uncensored[]

The DVDs are completely uncut, and every other country has it completely uncensored.

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