MTI Paramount rough interview
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Isabelle Caron for Enterprise Incidents
The introduction shows a short summary of Leonard Nimoy's biography
Host: David Moss
"To say that this man is only half-human in some cases would be a compliment indeed. We are not really talking to Spock right now, we are talking to the director of the latest Star Trek adventure: Leonard Nimoy. What a fabulous piece of work!"
By Jimmy Carter (?) in the Life On Five studio Scroll down to watch the video
Interviewer: You were raised in Boston, right?
Leonard Nimoy: Right.
From grade-school to college Mr. Nimoy felt quite uncomfortable at school.
Even in primary grade-school he didn't understand why the teacher rejected a drawing by a Chinese kid, which to him was a very "...extraordinary oriental looking impressionistic tree … But what was the point to satisfy this lady, when this guy has done a terrific job that I think is wonderful?"
1983 Aug. 12
Interviewer: David Hartman
with Leonard Nimoy and Bill Shatner
DH: "........ whether or not Spock is found is a mystery I am told, but Leonard is going to direct the movie and he and William Shatner are joining me from K.A:B.C. in Los Angeles. Morning men.
By Michelle Russel
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MR: Not since the Starship enterprise that Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock join forces, but this time it's the Police Force. Leonard Nimoy is guest-starring in an episode of "T. J. Hooker" and they are at it again:
Scenes from A Woman Called Golda and Marco Polo and pictures from The Body-Snatchers are shown.
1982 or 1983
Q.: "In ST II Spock has died. Now the crew is searching for him.
You have directed before and you have acted a lot – what was the most difficult thing for you in ST III?"