I wish this was longer! Leonard on a campaign trip for Governor George McGovern in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1972! He made a lot of these trips during that year, and I’ve been coming across many pics from this era. I’ll post some soon in the My Weekly Spock column next week, but for now, enjoy that beautiful deep voice of yore.
I can’t stop watching this! So great to see these outtakes and Leonard’s concentration on making Spock just right! I know what I want for Christmas! I’ll have another fun video coming up soon, so stay tuned!
This was a wonderful documentary from The Smithsonian Channel that shares the excitement of restoring the original model of the Starship Enterprise for the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, as well as recreating the original bridge for a Seattle Museum, and engineers attempting to recreate some of the legendary devices of the Original Series (tractor beams, tricorders, etc.) I got the chills seeing the original ship model here 🙂 Lots of great clips from the original series too! Enjoy!
I might have posted these before, but this is a nice, fairly clean and bright copy of the original TOS bloopers that one could only see originally at the early Trek conventions. Enjoy!
A fair quality video with lots of good stuff here – Gorgeous Leonard Nimoy appears @ 8:00 (and a bit later) — poor Sandra looks terrified through most of this. Poor woman, I think she never got used to the publicity. (a fan gives Leonard a gift) Great to see our old friends here — Dig Majel Barret’s ‘spiderweb neckline! And Sweet De Kelley!
Leonard made this little gem of a scientific educational video for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in 1975 for the series The Universe and I. The acting’s a bit exaggerated, but it’s all in good fun, as it was used in closed circuit TV in Kentucky public schools. They were filmed in Kentucky. Fun to see Nimoy in his Sherlock Holmes character, and a good science lesson too!
Here’s an old gem! Rare (very amateur) video of an early Trek Convention taken at the Northglenn Mall in Colorado! Leonard Nimoy and James Doohan are there, looking Fab! Not quite sure who the dog-faced boy is supposed to be. Pardon poor audio, cheesy organ music and very poor cinematography, but it’s a fun little trip down memory lane. I wish there was more coverage of it – I will have to investigate! Were any of you at the early cons? (we’re talking pre-Star Wars here!)