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WATCH: ‘Leonard Nimoy’s Boston’

WATCH: 'Leonard Nimoy's Boston'

Last year, Leonard Nimoy traveled back to the city where he grew up — Boston. Accompanied by his son, Adam, the two captured their trip for a PBS documentary Leonard Nimoy’s Boston.

You can watch the entire 28-minute documentary short below.

Actor Leonard Nimoy returns to his native city of Boston for a sentimental journey. Accompanied by his filmmaker son Adam, Nimoy walks the streets, sharing memories of his early years: selling newspapers near the Common, sailing on the Charles and growing up in a Ukrainian immigrant family in the West End, a neighborhood that was largely razed in the 1950s.

Thanks to Markus McLaughlin on Twitter for pointing us to this.

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  1. Joey Lock

    February 27, 2015 at 10:00 pm

    It saddens me that you can hear his breathlessness at times when he is answering questions here, but he is at peace now and can share a drink with DeForest, James, Majel and Gene.

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