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Majel Barrett Roddenberry, Walter Koenig, Chris Doohan, George Takei, Nichelle Nichols and Neil Armstrong

Majel Barrett Roddenberry, Walter Koenig, Chris Doohan, George Takei, Nichelle Nichols and Neil Armstrong

Leonard Nimoy and Susan Bay-Nimoy

Leonard Nimoy and Susan Bay-Nimoy

Spok By Mortmere

Spok By Mortmere

Spock, Kirk and McCoy

Spock, Kirk and McCoy

Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens

Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens

Star Trek Women - number 5 and number 27 are both Diana Muldaur, same episode, same character, same hair, same costume, but with a red visor one time.  I'm glad they left a few out.

Star Trek Women - number 5 and number 27 are both Diana Muldaur, same episode, same character, same hair, same costume, but with a red visor one time. I'm glad they left a few out.

This deleted scene from the third season episode Elaan of Troyius featured Spock tuning a Vulcan lyre in the recreation room set which had been built for the scene. The scene was filmed on June 10, 1968.

This deleted scene from the third season episode Elaan of Troyius featured Spock tuning a Vulcan lyre in the recreation room set which had been built for the scene. The scene was filmed on June 10, 1968.

Leonard Nimoy looking Dapper

Leonard Nimoy looking Dapper

James Doohan with his grandmother, such a handsome young man ;)<<< (Scotty from Star Trek)

James Doohan with his grandmother, such a handsome young man ;)<<< (Scotty from Star Trek)

airyairyquitecontrary:  spockvarietyhour:  beyondspock:  (TV Star annual No. 23, 1967)  Spock has a bong and Kirk the rolling papers?  I hope not, because that looks like sandpaper. It’s probably an actual paper map of the stars. Like they would use, right?I like the fact that this caption already acknowledges that Star Trek had a big female fanbase, and that a lot of it was there for Spock.

airyairyquitecontrary: spockvarietyhour: beyondspock: (TV Star annual No. 23, 1967) Spock has a bong and Kirk the rolling papers? I hope not, because that looks like sandpaper. It’s probably an actual paper map of the stars. Like they would use, right?I like the fact that this caption already acknowledges that Star Trek had a big female fanbase, and that a lot of it was there for Spock.

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