(written from a Production point of view)
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|No. of episodes:||25 (1 feature-length)|
|No. of discs:||7|
|Region 1 release date:||5 August 2003|
|Region 2 release date:||25 August 2003|
30 April 2007 (re-released)
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|Region 2 slimline cover|
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – The Complete Season Four is a DVD release containing all of the episodes which were broadcast during the series' fourth season.
From the DVD booklet:
- Welcome to the fourth year of the adventures of Deep Space Nine, remote and abandoned Cardassian outpost stationed on the very edge of the known universe.
- Beset by paranoid Klingon forces led by the ferocious General Martok, Sisko calls for the one man who can deal with the unpredictable ally: Starfleet's first Klingon officer – Lt. Commander Worf.
- While the hunt for Changeling infiltrators continues on Cardassia, Qo'noS and Earth, the crew of Deep Space 9 deal with additional complications. Sisko fights a plot to overthrow the leadership of the United Federation of Planets. Dax faces expulsion from the Trill Homeworld and the enforced death of her symbiont.
- Kira joins forces with the hated Gul Dukat not once, but twice. Odo must accept Kira's relationship with a powerful Bajoran politician. O'Brien lives through 20 years of hard labor in an alien prison.
- After a visit to Roswell, Earth, in 1947, Quark is forced to sell his remains on the Futures Market, despite still being alive. And Julian Bashir lives out his fantasy as a 1960s secret agent.
- While Deep Space 9's officers soldier on, the Klingons, the Cardassians, the Maquis and the Jem'Hadar seem determined to bring the battle to Starfleet.
- Welcome to 2372. It's going to be a long and eventful year...
Special Features Edit
- Charting New Territory: Deep Space Nine Season Four – A general season overview where cast and crew discuss developments such as Worf's integration into the series, amongst other topics.
- Crew Dossier: Worf – Features interviews with Michael Dorn on the subject of his Klingon character, Worf.
- Michael Westmore's Aliens, Season Four – Michael Westmore presents an insight into the process of designing aliens for DS9's Fourth Season.
- Deep Space Nine sketchbook: John Eaves
- Robert Blackman's Designs of the Future (Region 2 only)
- Jim Martin Sketchbook (Region 2 only)
- Deep Space Nine Chronicles (Region 2 only) – The cast introduce selected episodes of DS9's first four seasons.
- Photo Gallery
- Section 31 – Hidden files (otherwise known as Easter eggs, when present on DVDs).
- Hidden File 01: Alexander Siddig (Julian Bashir) explaining his love and admiration of the episode "The Quickening"
- Hidden File 02: Armin Shimerman (Quark) interview (regarding "Little Green Men")
- Hidden File 03: Nana Visitor on playing Russian agent Anastasia Komananov in "Our Man Bashir"
- Hidden File 04: Susanna Thompson (Lenara Kahn) interview (about working on "Rejoined")
- Hidden File 05: David Livingston (Director) on directing "The Visitor"
- Hidden File 06: Gary Hutzel (Visual Effects Coordinator) on filming masses of Klingon starship models for "The Way of the Warrior"
- Hidden File 07: Ronald D. Moore (Writer) interview (regarding "Sons of Mogh")
- Hidden File 08: Chase Masterson on playing the role of Leeta
- Hidden File 09: Michael Dorn (Worf) interview (regarding "The Sword of Kahless")
- Hidden File 10: Robert O'Reilly on playing the role of Gowron
Background information Edit
The region 2 artwork on the discs features various characters from the season:
- Disc one – Jaresh-Inyo
- Disc two – Dukat
- Disc three – Kurn
- Disc four – Akorem Laan
- Disc five – Jennifer Sisko (mirror)
- Disc six – Onaya
- Disc seven – Trevean
DS9 Season 3 DVD
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DS9 Season 5 DVD
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Star Trek: The Next Generation - Jean-Luc Picard Collection