Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Farewell, Mr. Scott



James Doohan, the actor who played Mr. Montgomery Scott (Scotty) on the original Star Trek, died today at his home in Redmond, WA. He had Alzheimer's disease and was 85 years old.

In television, time seems to stand still. In the Star Trek series, it is sometimes difficult to keep track of time at all.

We will miss James Doohan, who set the standard for all Star Trek engineers to come (or to precede him, as is the case with at least one Star Trek!)

We wish him smooth sailing in the life to come!

6 comments:

Saint Peter's helpers said...

I grew up watching Star Trek! There'll never be another Scotty like James Doohan. May he rest in peace.

4HisChurch said...

Amen!

Anonymous said...

Beam me up, Captain -- one last time.

hyperkids

4HisChurch said...

Affirmative.

Saint Peter's helpers said...

Now that's a cool warp-speed effect, if I may say so myself!

4HisChurch said...

Thanks! I think so too! I found it after I had initially posted, but I thought it was worth going back and adding it later.

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