Saturday, January 06, 2007

Leonard Nimoy's Memories

"The "TV" Network told Gene to get rid of the guy with the ears!...insisting that neither could the audience identify with an extraterrestrial character. Gene battled this but was finally forced into a compromise. He felt the show badly needed the character Spock."


Leonard Nimoy's Memories

"A new pilot was written. Mr Spock was number ones replacement as second in command as well as having some of the woman's computer minds qualities, vulcan, unemotionalism and logic came into being. And that's when William Shatner came onboard as the new captain of the ship and we've been friends ever since then."

"Bill shatners broader acting style created a new chemistry between the Captain and Spock...City on the edge of Forever is a classic greek tragedy, a man trapped by faith in circumstances from which there is no escape."

These excerpts are only a glimmer into Star Trek's beginnings which Leonard Nimoy reveals, quite openly in this video. This is part 1 of 4. Its vintage Star Trek going back to 1983, so sit back and enjoy!

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