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The Amer­i­can Cine­math­eque’s Aero Theatre is cel­e­brat­ing Leonard Ni­moy, who died in Fe­bru­ary at age 83, with a trib­ute that show­cases his ver­sa­til­ity as an ac­tor and direc­tor. “Leonard Ni­moy Re­mem­bered” kicks off Fri­day with the 1978 sci-fi thriller “In­va­sion of the Body Snatch­ers,” as well two of 1964 episodes of “The Outer Lim­its.” For Spock fans, Satur­day’s of­fer­ings fea­ture 1982’s “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” and the two in­stall­ments Ni­moy di­rected — 1984’s “Star Trek III: The Search for Spock” and 1986’s “Star Trek IV: The Voy­age Home.” Ni­cholas Meyer, who di­rected “Star Trek II,’ and the ac­tor’s son, Adam, will be there. The April 19 dou­ble bill fea­tures 1981’s “Vin­cent,” which he stars in and di­rects, and the rarely seen 1966 drama “Death­watch.” For more in­for­ma­tion, go to www.amer­i­cancin­e­math­eque.com

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LEONARD NI­MOY in “In­va­sion of the Body Snatch­ers” from 1978.

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