KPIX-TV footage from May 25th 1973 featuring scenes from an interview with Leonard Nimoy. He discusses how playing the character of Mr Spock in the TV show Star Trek has affected his acting career and objects to ardent Star Trek fans being labelled as "freaks." Nimoy also reponds to a question from Belva Davis about the "reality" of science fiction predicting fact in Star Trek by reflecting that: "While we were doing the show, we had men landing on another planet [the moon]."
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