Leonard Nimoy 'Spock' uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

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Leonard Nimoy 'Spock' uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
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1122. Leonard Nimoy "Spock" uniform from Star Trek: The Motion Picture. (Paramount, 1979) In the first entry in the Star Trek movie franchise, Leonard Nimoy as "Spock" wears this two-piece costume, consisting of a paneled, long-sleeve jacket with zipper closure in back. Orange and green Starfleet insignia patch sewn onto left chest. Gold ranking braids on sleeve cuffs. A "perscan" medical monitoring device is attached to an integral false belt in the front of the jacket. Such a device is mentioned in Gene Roddenberry's novelization of The Motion Picture. Matching gray slacks have zipper fly closure and shoes built into the pant legs. The uniforms were redesigned because the bright colors of the 1960s original series would distract viewers watching the big screen. But the designs proved unpopular and when Harve Bennett took over as producer, he ordered the uniforms redesigned because he did not want "an all-gray crew on an all-gray ship." Both garments exhibit Western Costume labels typewritten with production numbers and "Lenord [sic] Nimoy". In vintage fine condition. $8,000 - $12,000