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Leonard Nimoy Explains the Origin of the Famous Vulcan Gesture

If the video can be embedded, I have no idea of the procedure. Mind, the first video, 2:45, is followed by a second, 2:29.

The first one I found very moving for some reason. Perhaps it’s hard for me to think of Mr. Spock as being of grandfatherly age … and he has great dignity in that clip.

Remembering Leonard Nimoy

Nimoy Explains Origin of Vulcan Greeting

BY Yiddish Book Center | Feb. 27, 2015 | 2:46

As part of the Yiddish Book Center Wexler Oral History Project, Leonard Nimoy explains the origin of the Vulcan hand signal used by Spock, his character in the “Star Trek” series.

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