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deejaybird: “ “Uhura” comes from the Swahili word UHURU meaning “freedom”. Uhura was pretty much the first ever black main character on American television who was not a maid or a domestic servant in...
Gallery Books to publish an investigative book about Whitney Houston and Bobbi Kristina
Gallery Books announced today it will publish Whitney & Bobbi Kristina: The Deadly Price of Fame by investigative journalist and author Ian Halperin.…
June 11th, 1999 - DeForest Kelley, American actor died at 79. Jackson DeForest Kelley (b. 1920) was an American actor, screenwriter, poet and singer known for his iconic roles in Westerns and as Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy of the USS Enterprise in the television and film series Star Trek. Kelley died of stomach cancer. His body was cremated and the ashes were scattered in the Pacific Ocean.
filming Star Trek - June 6, 1967
this scene is from the second season episode "Who Mourns For Adonis?" scanned from an original 35mm half-frame purchased in the mid-1970's from Lincoln Enterprises, Gene Roddenberry's and Majel Barrett's mail-order catalog company associated with the series. visit www.retroweb.com/startrek.html for several additional rare images, along with a collection of views of the U.S.S. Enterprise, from the original series, in remastered CGI form, and from the 2007 Master Replicas model.
Star Trek: The Original Series - Episode 7: What Are Little Girls Made Of?
Episode 7 - What Are Little Girls Made Of? Exo III - icy planet where it is really cold (Star Trek's Hoth). Orion Ruins Spock doesn't have an answer. . . that can't be good. Awe, cute couple at the back on the Bridge confirming how it is a joyous moment for Christine and Dr. Korby. Never saw them before on the Bridge or the crew or whatever, but hey. . . the viewer needs confirmation. Who transports down to an ice planet without a jacket, hats, or gloves? Dramatic Rock Lighting! RED SHIRT…
10 Classic Star Trek References In "Star Trek Into Darkness"
Screenwriters Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci discuss why they included several beloved characters and tropes from classic Trek. Yes, that includes the man played by Benedict Cumberbatch.