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cinemaocd:

The Songs of Gold Diggers of 1933

What’s the show about? It’s all about the Depression. 

# one of the most perfect movies in existence  

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beyondspock:

Star Trek’s William Shatner: I have no ego, BBC Hardtalk (2012)
Wasn’t it hard on William Shatner being the leading man when there was a clamor from the viewers for more of Spock? The guy with the pointed ears who, he remembers, would have an occasional word to say like ‘not now captain’ or something like that. Now, one could be cross with Shatner for his dismissive attitude, but rewatching the first season of Star Trek, I was amazed how little Spock actually had to do in the first couple of episodes.
Video here.

Thank you for posting this video, because I have never heard William Shatner put his side forward before - and he makes so much sense! Star Trek was not an ensemble cast - Shatner was the star, Leonard Nimoy and (later) DeForest Kelley his co-stars. As he says, Nichelle, George, Walter, etc., were in supporting roles, paid as and when they appeared. Suddenly, ten years after the show was cancelled, they felt ‘pushed out’ of a job by the man who was paid to be the star! I actually feel really sorry for Bill. In my opinion, all actors have ‘egos’, but some have a more inflated image of themselves than others. 

beyondspock:

Star Trek’s William Shatner: I have no ego, BBC Hardtalk (2012)

Wasn’t it hard on William Shatner being the leading man when there was a clamor from the viewers for more of Spock? The guy with the pointed ears who, he remembers, would have an occasional word to say like ‘not now captain’ or something like that. Now, one could be cross with Shatner for his dismissive attitude, but rewatching the first season of Star Trek, I was amazed how little Spock actually had to do in the first couple of episodes.

Video here.

Thank you for posting this video, because I have never heard William Shatner put his side forward before - and he makes so much sense! Star Trek was not an ensemble cast - Shatner was the star, Leonard Nimoy and (later) DeForest Kelley his co-stars. As he says, Nichelle, George, Walter, etc., were in supporting roles, paid as and when they appeared. Suddenly, ten years after the show was cancelled, they felt ‘pushed out’ of a job by the man who was paid to be the star! I actually feel really sorry for Bill. In my opinion, all actors have ‘egos’, but some have a more inflated image of themselves than others. 

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deaneggsandsam:

when u sneeze in front of your pet and they look like you’ve just offended their great ancestors

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readysteadytwat:

Kirk in I, Mudd, also known as Kirk looking radiant.

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beggarman8:

A study in eyelashes.

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readysteadytwat:

Tiny Kirk appreciation. 

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expositionqueen:

More adventures in reading Trek novels.

expositionqueen:

More adventures in reading Trek novels.

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"The segment in which Mr. Knightley humbles Emma is also critical to the novel because she weep after hearing Mr. Knightley’s words. The tears signify her shame over realizing the erros of her ways. They are also a sign of her growing love for him." - Marc Di Paolo

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fuckyeahstartrektos:

"There were guns in my pocket AND i was happy to see you."

fuckyeahstartrektos:

"There were guns in my pocket AND i was happy to see you."

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