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May 05, 2009


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Esther J. Cepeda

First of all, I cannot believe I failed to mention Montalban since I made a big deal of his Star Trek appearance in my column about him when he passed away... http://www.600words.com/2009/01/he-welcomed-us-to-fantasy-island-ricardo-montalban-dead-at-88.html

Secondly, yesterday I went to see the Star Trek movie - for the SECOND TIME! Un-bee-leev-uble!

Go figure!

David Diego Rodriguez

Don't forget about Ricardo Montalbán, he of fine Corinthian leather, in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. He was reprising his role from the TV series.


Remember that Ricardo Montalban played Khan in the Wrath of Khan. He was a terrific and tragic villain.


Zoe Saldana is also an heir to the black Africans who came to the Dominican Republic in the holds of slave ships during the centuries of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade from West Africa. Black Dominicans make up 11% of the population of that country while 73% are mixed race largely black African who would all be considered black under the American one drop racial rules. Outside of America there is no such thing as either Latina or Hispanic seperated from nationality, race and ethnicity.

A. Ruiz

My dad watched it in Mexico and I grew up watching the next generation.

Actually, I should probably take my dad to watch the new movie, he might get a kick out of it.


half way through your post i was about to just go straight to the comments and say that many latino's are fans of star trek. im 1st generation but not mexican...by way of guatemala. i remember watching star trek with my dad...of all people. he was a bigger next generation fan though. i can't wait for this movie to come out. i think your friend deserves an apology...ha!

good blog...peace.

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