For the Love of Spock

Synopsis: An examination of the enduring appeal of Leonard Nimoy and his portrayal of Spock in Star Trek (1966).
Director(s): Adam Nimoy
Production: Gravitas Ventures
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111 min

an aspiring actress,

and she met my dad backstage

at a theater in Hollywood.

But she gave all that up

to become a housewife.

My sister was born '55.

My dad was in the service then.

Then my parents came back

to Los Angeles,

and I was born in '56.

My mother told me that when my

sister Julie and I were young,

my father was very involved

in helping her take care of us.

I Now and then

when We fall in place I

I it makes me feel all right I

I Makes me feel all right I

I Back and forth

we will win this race I

I To find out what it's like .P

I In time, I'll be just fine .P

I In time, I'll be all right I

I Now and then

when We fall in place I

I it makes me feel all right I

One of my favorite

memories of my dad was

he hustled his ass

during the early '60s,

doing all kinds of jobs.

He was servicing fish tanks.

He set them up in

doctors' offices.

It was like sort of

a fad in the '60s,

and Dad had a corner

on that market.

We knew that dad sold freezers.

You know, he worked

in a pet store.

He drove a cab.

He took care of aquariums.

He had vending machines

at one point,

so he had all these little

trinkets kept in boxes.

He worked at Wil Wright's

Ice Cream Parlor.

He was managing

an apartment building.

He was not around.

And even when Dad

was at home,

it was all these

home improvement projects.

My father was truly

a renaissance man.

He could do just

about anything.

Like build that massive

brick wall in our backyard.

He was trying so hard

to get this career going,

to make his life,

to do what he wanted to do,

which was be in the

arts, be an actor.

One of my idols was Lon Chaney,

who was called the man of a

thousand faces in movies,

because he'd change

characters so drastically

from one performance

to another.

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