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The Daily Scrapbook “Leonard Nimoy- At Last, He’s a Man!

Here’s today’s flashback:  From a movie magazine in the early 70’s, this article declares that Nimoy is at last a man!.  No, it’s not about his Bar Mitzvah some 30 years earlier, but rather how he’s finally playing a human male in Mission Impossible! Yet despite it’s praise for Nimoy’s achievements, the actor was never far from the shadow of Mr. Spock.  I have to admit though, I’ve never thought of Mr. Spock as having ‘green skin’ (it was more just pale with a touch of green cast!)  The snotty caption under the publicity picture doesn’t help!  One has no doubt than Nimoy was all man to begin with!

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My Daily Spock 4/27/12

And we’ve got to have this famous Mission: Impossible image!

My Daily Spock 3/16/12

Ah, l’amour! And so ends our week with Paris. I wish he stayed a third season on M:I, or got a spin-off, but it was fun while it lasted.

Here he is at his most irresistable…   Sexy Nerd, Sexy Arab, Sexy Magician*, and Thoroughly Charming, Million Dollar-Smile.

*I have to smile at the picture of him and Lee Meriwether, for as you Trekkers recall, Lee played Losira in “That Which Survives”, (Below)but she and Leonard never had a scene with each other (save for her projection at the end, which was probably added later)  So I’m glad they got to work together here!

My Daily Spock 3/15/12 (oh no he didn’t!)

As Paris week draws to a close, here’s some of his LESS successful looks:

The Mike Brady

The Rasputin

And finally… SERIOUSLY? Gepetto called, he wants his head back!

I commend Mr. Nimoy for risking his cool reputation on heinous looks like these!   (Hey, he was glad to have work at this time!)

Well, at least he had a break from pointed ears!

My Daily Spock 3/14/12

Dear God! What facial fungus is this???

My Daily Spock 3/12/2012

Paris couldn’t have enough ascots!  It was the epitome of cool at the time, but Leonard pulled it off!

My Daily Spock 3/12/12

Paris Week!  I recall vaguely when Nimoy started on Mission Impossible as Paris — my brothers and sisters made it appointment television, and occasionally I was allowed to stay up and watch!