Here’s your weekly fix; some screencaps of Leonard in “The Lieutenant”, a military series by Gene Roddenberry in 1964. This episode, In the Highest Tradition, was a stepping stone for Nimoy’s casting in Star Trek.
Nimoy plays an hyper A-Personality director who’s hot to make an action war picture based on the exploits of one of the commanders of the title character. Sounds great but the commander has a secret shame…
More pics next week, (you won’t want to miss those) and yes, that IS Majel Barret (Nurse Chapel) as Nimoy’s secretary!
3 thoughts on “My Weekly Spock — Nimoy in ‘The Lieutenant’ (Pt. I)”
I ADORE The Lieutenant. I can watch it any number of times. And yes, don’t miss the next lot!
Someone on another blog has commented that, actually, he seemed to have a pretty good idea of how good he looked shirtless; and did it as often as possible!
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