Leonard Nimoy made a television film on the Holocaust that tells the true story of a California Man who stood up to a group that insisted that the Holocaust was just a hoax… Nimoy plays the man that went to court to prove the Holocaust actually happened. He won his case.
Interviewer: "... For the crew of the Star Ship Enterprise seeing memorabilia from the program at the Smithsonian Institution was more than they expected... some of the imagined equipment of the science fiction writers has become fact."
Barry Roskin Blake interviews Leonard Nimoy for Inside Entertainment
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Barry Blake: Leonard, you got a very new and touching movie called "Never Forget". Tell us about the story.
In the Holocaust Remembrance Week 1991, 'Never Forget' will be shown on Turner Network Television.
In Star Trek VI things are different. It's time for the Federation and the Klingons to try to talk about the possibility of peace.
Also, this is supposed to be the final voyage for the original crew. However William Shatner and De Forest Kelley aren't so sure about saying goodbye in this film.
The end of the cold war between the US and the Soviet Union inspired Mr. Nimoy to do a story about the beginning of a possible peace between the federation and the 'evil empire' of the Klingons.
It's a great adventure story.
A story about history in the making.
Interviewer: You did something, you do this. (The interviewer raises both his hands in position of the Vulcan greeting.)
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Wilson Cunha introduces Leonard Nimoy and gives a summary
Regis introduces Leonard as director of Three Men and A Baby and announces the upcoming movie Never Forget - a project which took seven years and he wanted to make it happen.