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A tribute to William Shatner before the Capt. Kirk era. Star Trek was a watershed to his career history, not just that it drastically changed its direction but also its content. Before Star Trek, he actually made many interesting and high quality shows which really deserves much attention than they had and he played a variety of complex characters that show his versatility very well. So here's a little video as a tribute to him and those great shows.

Films are from:
Twilight Zone - horrors at 20,000 feet
Hitchcock Presents - Mother Can I go to swim?
Hitchcock Presents - Glass Eye
12 o'clock high - I am the enemy
What's My Line
The Explosive Generation
The Outrage (1964)
Dr. Kildare - the Admitting Service
The Fugitive - Stranger in the Mirror
Outer Limits - Cold hands, warm heart
Thriller - The Grim Reaper
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. - The Project Strigas Affair

Music is Queen's Love of My Life by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
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Birmingham (UK) Airport. This video was taken with a long focal length telephoto lens at a low angle, looking almost directly down the runway. This has the effect of massively compressing the apparent perspective, so that you can see almost the whole length of the runway in the frame. This hugely exaggerates the undulations in the runway (which in reality are practically imperceptible to the pilot or passenger) and gives the appearance that the planes are landing and taking off almost vertically, with barely any forward movement of the plane, which is similarly false. Yes, it was a very windy day and some of the passengers probably felt a bit queasy. A perfect video to help explain to passengers that complain sometimes of a, 'HARD', landing. Often, this is the reason why. When landing in crosswind senerios the pilot needs to plant it firmly on the ground, so to speak. It may feel a bit rough and sometimes it'll give ya a little fright. But it's controlled and planned, enabling you to be safely on the ground.
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could've slid this into what you listening right now but it seems more like a fit for this tread



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or is it



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Home Run King Babe Ruth In Full Color



Babe Ruth and the New York Yankees in this Old Film
Credit goes to Louis Caron for this posting.
Circa 1920's
Babe Ruth was a big dude. Ruth stood 6' 2" and weighed 215 pounds
which is large for his time.
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L. Ron would be proud...


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