Leonard Nimoy, alias Mr. Spock in "Star Trek " series and film shown May 30, 1982 in Los Angeles, is pleased with the way Paramount handled his death in the late "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan." "When it was first suggested to me would die, I was hesitant, " says Nimoy. (AP Photo/Wally Fong)
Leonard Nimoy received star on Hollywood Walk, Walk of Fame, Jan. 16, 1985 in Los Angeles. From Left to Right are Greg Schwartz, Julie Nimoy Schwartz, Sandi Nimoy his wife, Nimoy, Alan his son, Nancy Plutkin son’s Fiance. (AP Photo/Wally Fong)
Leonard Nimoy receives star on Hollywood Walk of Fame Jan. 16, 1985 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Wally Fong)
Leonard Nimoy minus his famous pointed ears of Mr. Spock days takes time out in Hollywood after returning from abroad, Jan. 28, 1982. In an upcoming eight-part series called "Marco Polo," he plays Achmed a corrupt regent to Kublai Khan. Nimoy spent five weeks in Peking filming. And, lest we …
"The Green Berets" set. John Wayne looks through the film camera to check the next set-up during filming of "The Green Berets" November 17, 1967 in which he is both star and director.Wayne plays the role of a colonel in the Army Special Forces.(AP Photo)
"The Eagle Has Landed" scene. British actor Michael Caine is shown in the film "The Eagle Has Landed," with co-star Kurt Steiner, June 15, 1967. (AP Photo)
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Polly Bergen and James Garner go through a scene in “Move Over, Darling,” a movie currently being filmed in Hollywood on July 18, 1963. It took the movie industry years to “discover” Polly after her award winning portrayal of Helen Morgan on TV. But Miss Bergen isn’t mad about it. “I’d rathe…
Two of the “fastest guns in the West” James Garner (left) of the famed “Maverick” TV series; and Walter Brennen of the now equally popular TV series “Guns of Will Sonnet” are starring together in “Help Support Your Local Sheriff!” Here the two show their fast draw for the publicity cameras o…
James Garner with Joan Hackett will appear in NBC's "The Long Summer of George Adams" to air on Jan. 18, 1982. This photo is dated 1981. (AP Photo)
James Garner and Darryl Royal, University of Texas football coach meet on the set of NBC-TV's "The Long Summer of George Adams" in 1981. Garner's show will air on Jan. 18, 1982.(AP Photo)
From left to right Ossie Davis, Correta Scott King, Percy Sutton and Ruby Dee chatting during a New York Council of Minority Builders reception on Sunday, Jan. 16, 1984 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York. The Council of Minority builders presented a donation to Coretta Scott King for the M…
Producer Jules Dassin, on Aug. 12, 1968, "Up Tight," with its two stars, Julian Mayfield and Ruby Dee. The movie, with a Black cast, is a drama of betrayal among civil rights militants. (AP Photo/David F. Smith)
Richard Pryor holds a chicken while speaking with Johnny Carson on "The Tonight Show" at the NBC studio in Burbank, Calif., Oct. 9, 1986. (AP Photo/Tweed)
Actor Mickey Rooney as "Pinnochio," September 1957. (AP Photo)
Motion picture stars who came to Washington DC, Jan 30, 1940 to assist in the series of balls in observance of the president's 58th birthday and to help raise funds to fight infantile paralysis. Standing, left, to right: Liet. James Totten, Mrs. F.H. Schoonover, Melvin Hazen; Red Skeleton, K…
Actress Ann Miller throws her head back and sighs after a kiss on the hand from Kirk Douglas, left, while visiting her and Mickey Rooney during intermission of the matin?e performance of "Sugar Babies" on Feb. 16, 1980 at New York's Mark Hellinger Theater in New York. (AP Photo)
Film actor Mickey Rooney celebrates his 21st birthday Sept. 23, 1941 at a party in a Hollywood night club. Here he slices his birthday cake with (left to right) Louis B. Mayer, studio head; Mrs. Nell Pankey, his mother, and Miss Ava Gardner. Mickey's father, Joe Yule, is at the right in the …
Owner of 'super-marketing' firm says spillover from Congress Street revitalization will invigorate nearby neighborhoods.