The search for Spock

Nimoy, Leonard
September 1995
Entertainment Weekly;9/22/95, Issue 293, p36
Presents excerpts from the book `I Am Not Spock,' by Leonard Nimoy who played the character Spock in the television program `Star Trek'. Public anger toward the book; Birth of Spock; Fellow actor Bill Shatner's practical jokes on Nimoy's bicycle; Competition with Shatner; Realization of when `Star Trek' was over for him.


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