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I loved your rendition of Dites Moi. I have enjoyed your wide body of work, but, more importantly than that, you are a kind, considerate, warm & giving person. You always have something nice and uplifting to say. Truly beautiful inside and out. Recently, when some of our mutual friends passed away, you wrote such beautiful remembrances, and shared wonderful photos. I may only be your FB "friend", but you have never made me feel like I was intruding. TY for your friendship dear lady.
Mac Cheryl <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, January 15, 2019 10:20 PM (EST)
Dearest Luna, you are so awesome! It is wonderful running into you around town. Always beautiful, warm & sincere. Continued blessings!<
Hugs & kisses,
Karen Vonier <K@karenvonier.com> (Henri too!)
- Tuesday, January 15, 2019 9:04 PM (EST)
Ms. Luna, I've had a crush on you for almost 50 years!
David W. Hudson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, January 15, 2019 9:00 PM (EST)
Watching Gunsmoke episode,"He Learned about Women" from 1962 and see you're still beautiful.
Roy McAvoy <email@example.com>
- Friday, December 28, 2018 8:36 PM (EST)
After seeing you in "Mirror, Mirror", I just had to know more about you. You are truly one of the most beautiful women I’ve ever seen and so accomplished. I wish you nothing but the best for the new year.
John Kinser <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, December 16, 2018 6:00 PM (EST)
Watching Gunsmoke, "He Learned about Women" episode and like I do often in today's world, I Googled to learn about the actors and now see you're as beautiful now as back in 1962. Happy Holidays with safe travels.
Ray Kinsella <email@example.com>
- Friday, November 30, 2018 5:38 AM (EST)
You were really good on the original "Star Trek".
Vernon Chism <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Friday, November 16, 2018 5:59 AM (EST)
I first saw you a few years ago in an original Star Trek episode, then again in a Mission Impossible episode, then I realized who you were. I am happy you are still enjoying your career and working. You are a lovely person and I hope you continue to share your happiness with others. If you ever make it to East Texas, we play a great deal of tennis. Singles and doubles. Super fun times.
Dennis E. Leh <email@example.com>
Friday, September 28, 2018 10:37 PM (EST)
Kudos to you for such a long and illustrious career! I just watched you on an episode of "The Invaders" and was happily surprised to make connections with the various roles you've played over the years. May your life continue to be fulfilled! :-)
Ken <firstname.lastname@example.org> (from a little town in eastern Washington state)
- Thursday, September 27, 2018 6:50 PM (EST)
Hi BarBara, Just watched an episode of Gunsmoke called He Learned About Women on TCM here in the UK. You played Chavala opposite Dennis Weaver. Must have been hot filming it in the desert! Not that I think you'd remember it considering everything you've done.
I like to see how some of the actors have been doing over the years and with advent of the internet so much more is possible. In the Gunsmoke episode you looked stunning, so I checked out your website and I am happy to say you look even more stunning! You have such an amazing smile coupled with incredible beauty. You still have it and look hot! I think many women must be very envious of your looks. If it could be bottled it would sell for thousands of pounds/dollars! I like how you have put photos of not just your films but also of your family. You look very happy in your photos and come across as a caring person. As I say some actors I research have no website or have just disappeared, pleased to say not so with you. Looks like I need to check out a lot more of the work you've done. Lots of love to you and your family and thanks for being beautiful.
- Thursday, April 25, 2013 9:00 AM (EST)
Always enjoyed your work and your incomprable beauty. Stay beautiful inside and out.
- Friday, April 19, 2013, 11:15 PM (EST)
Wow! BarBara!!! I just looked at your photo section! It must be so much fun to interact with those great people! I have many of their autographs, and met a few of them, but, what a fantastic memory lane for you to have. I LOVE you!
Bill Montague <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, April 9, 2013 3:09 AM (EST)
Dites Moi is one of my favorite songs. I learned to sing it when I was in elementary school.
Alison Pinsley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, April 7, 2013 1:55 PM (EST)
Luna, always love seeing you in the oldies. We watched The Gatling Gun last night with you, Robert Fuller, Patrick Wayne, Woody Strode, Phil Harris and Pat Buttram. What a cast. I had never seen the movie before. Thanks so much for accepting my fanship/friendship on Facebook. Will be checking your page often and will keep watching you in the old westerns and more. I can't find anything on regular TV, but have thousands of oldies recorded, so I get to see you often.
Terry Stephenson <email@example.com>
- Sunday, April 7, 2013 1:17 PM (EST)
I Just saw you on Big Valley. I was very impressed with your acting and had to look you up. I hope all is well with you. :-)
Lisa Montgomery <Aaliyahdh4@yahoo.com>
- Saturday, March 23, 2013, 4:12 PM (EST)
Hi BarBara. Thank you for making your website so we can share in your beautiful history. I just saw you in an episode of Big Valley where you played the daughter of a Mexican about a prized necklace. You were so feisty and beautiful. Such wonderful talent that is missing today. I also remember you in Star Trek. Thank you for making the world a better, brighter place and I pray your light will shine forever more. God bless you always.
- Saturday, March 23, 2013, 1:37 PM (EST)
Just saw an old rerun of The Big Valley. You certainly were a beauty playing the role of Miranda.
- Saturday, March 23, 2013, 1:07 PM (EST)
Dear Ms. Luna, Happy belated Birthday. I have been a fan of yours for as long as I can remember. I am so happy that you have done well.
Peter Sottile <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Friday, March 8, 2013, 12:20 PM (EST)
Ms. Luna, Happy belated birthday! I am so sorry I missed the real day, but it's always a celebration when you are around!! Here's wishing you many, many more! Always a bright spot to any day to see you on the screen!!
James Smith <email@example.com>
-Tuesday, March 5, 2013, 4:53 PM (EST)
Happy Birthday, Luna!!!! Hope you had a great day!!!
James Carter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, March 2, 2013, 8:09 PM (EST)
Happy Birthday, Ms. Luna. I have read your bio and WOW, you have done so much. I remember you best I think when you were on Big Valley/ Star Trek. I have always wanted to mess up a room and not think, Ohh now I have to clean it :) And in Gatling Gun with Robert Fuller. I now have the DVD so I can watch it anytime. You worked with a friend of mine a few years ago James Cawley. It was so nice to see you again and you looked really good. I hope you had a wonderful day and know many of us Valley Dwellers/ Trek fans remember you. *Valley Dwellers* are a group of Big Valley fans who in our hearts keep Big Valley alive, You ever run into Lee, ask him about us. Have a good one and take care and may you see many more birthdays.
Cyn Ann <email@example.com>
- Saturday, March 2, 2013, 3:54 PM (EST)
Happy Birthday, Miss Luna. I had the honor and pleasure of meeting you at the Memphis Film Festival in June, 2011. You are indeed a lovely, warm lady with a heart of gold. The photo of you and me will be treasured forever. Thanks again.
Jerry Chouinard <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, March 2, 2013, 6:21 AM (EST)
You are one of my favorite beauties of all time. A great actress and strikingly beautiful. The women of today can't hold a candle to you and women of yesterday. I am compiling a list of my personal favorite beauties and I will do something with it, but I want people to see you. I love your work and I hope and pray one day to get an autographed photo of you, past and present. May God bless you and your family. I am a 50 year old African American male, and can spot beauty, whatever race, nationality or color she may be. I used to have a big crush on you and still do. (Smile).
James Harris <email@example.com>
- Date: Saturday, October 27, 2012, 5:03 PM (EST)
Hi BarBara, I just wanted to say that you were one of my all time favourite actresses, not least because you are drop dead gorgeous! I see from recent photos that you are still stunning. I watched you over the years in many shows. Star Trek, The Untouchables, Wild Wild West, although I haven't seen you on the screen for some time. I hope everything is going well for you, and if you are ever down Australia way (Sydney in particular), please let me know. I would love to meet you.
Lots of love,
- Date: Friday, October 26, 2012, 1:54 PM (EDT)
I just saw you on an episode of Laredo and was blown away with your beauty. I Googled you and have come to the conclusion that, to this day, you are one of the most beautiful women I have ever seen. What an amazing smile. You clearly have found the fountain of youth. While reading your biography, I see that you appeared in many shows that I enjoyed watching as a kid. I'm going to have to go to YouTube now to try to find some of those shows and enjoy them all over again.
- Saturday, October 20, 2012, 6:29 AM (EST)
Hi BarBara, you were and still are the most beautiful star to ever appear on The High Chaparral ! I have watched "The Firing Wall" at least 50 times just to watch your excellent performance. Your sweet voice makes me melt every time. I also loved THC as a young teen when it first aired, and remembered you well even then. It's nice to see you involved in THC reunions. I wish more than anything that I could come and meet you in person. You are a true sweetie I will never forget. Thanks for your talent and memories. I wish you all the best, my Conchitalita !! Xoxo
- Monday, October 15, 2012, 12:45 AM (EST)
Hi BarBara, I just saw you a few minutes ago in an episode of "The Wild Wild West". You were a gorgeous girl then, and I see that you are still a gorgeous girl. Really enjoyed watching you in one of my favorite TV shows. I'll keep an eye out for the Star Trek episode that you graced with your presence.
- Wednesday, October 3, 2012, 3:17 AM (EST)
Great job on The Wild Wild West. My favorite show growing up.
- Monday, September 24, 2012 2:56 AM (EST)
Bravo, Bravo Fantastíco!! Saw you on High Chaparral. Loved your dance scene. Thanks so much!!
John Asenso <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, September 15, 2012 11:41 PM (EST)
Hi BarBara! I never wrote to a celebrity before now but felt motivated. In the past week, I have caught you on Big Valley "Miranda" (loved your pillow fight scene with Peter Breck) and "Mirror Mirror." Was reminded that I've been in love with you since I was 15. I just appointed myself a captain so that you can be the "Captain's Lady" for as long as you want.
Tim Leonard <email@example.com>
- Monday, June 11, 2012 2:12 PM (EST)
I have loved your look ever since I first saw you on Star Trek. I have seen you in so many shows and you never cease to amaze me with your beauty. I just saw the "Miranda" episode of The Big Valley and yep, I am forever hooked on you. Thank you for being you.
All the best,
Peter Majeau <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, June 11, 2012 1:02 PM (EST)
I still think your performance in the movie Firecreek was well done.
James Alonzo <Woodturnerjja@gmail.com>
- Saturday, June 2, 2012 8:04 PM (EST)
Hi Barbara, I first noticed you on Love American Style back in the 70s. Then I thought that maybe we might be related. Then I became a bigger fan once I saw you on Star Trek. You are so beautiful. I'm gonna order one of your calendars.
Tim Luna <email@example.com>
- Sunday, May 27, 2012, 12:30 AM (EST)
Hello BarBara. Once again I recently enjoyed watching your role in the Star Trek thriller "Mirror Mirror." A small role that was a step toward your truly distinquised and galactic career. Yet, as your website shows, you continue to be a truely down to Earth person and loved celebrity.
Jeff Beer, an admired fan! <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, May 26, 2012 11:55 AM (EST)
Hi Ms. Luna. I have seen your work. While a Marine in Viet Nam, my sister sent me your photo. It really helped me through some rough times and all the guys in my unit. It was a pinup, but it was lost. Anyway, God bless you.
Ray Ligutom <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, May 23, 2012 10:05 PM (EST)
Just caught again your great appearance on a Perry Mason, 1958! Always enjoy your performance!
- Sunday, April 15, 2012, 9:12 PM (EST)
I have seen you on Star Trek, Hawaii Five-O, Cannon and Bonanza. When watching you on Cannon, half-way through the show I thought you were done, but was suprised to see you in the final scenes. Cannon was driving down the road and you were thumbing a ride.
- Wednesday, April 4, 2012 11:52 AM (EST)
Thanks for your additions to Star Trek Phase II. You put a presence into your roles that helps them all act better.
- Saturday, March 31, 2012 6:17 PM (EST)
Hi BarBara, I was also watching an episode of Hawaii Five-O. Season 12. Your "husband" in the show was a lucky guy to pick you up and carry you into the house. Hopefully, I will see you again at a convention soon.
- Friday, March 30, 2012, 12:38 PM (EST)
I also just saw the Hawaii Five-O appearance, just streamed from Netflix. WOW!! Now I'll have to go back and check out the original Star Trek appearance!
- Wednesday, March 28, 2012 10:37 AM (EST)
You look really great. At least 15 years younger than your age. I just watched you in two episodes of "The Untouchables." You were beautiful and a fine actress. That was an oustanding series. I was wondering if there were any particular events about those episodes and the stars and your performance that you'd like to share.
Michael C. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, March 25, 2012 3:09 PM (EST)
Your role in the Star Trek thriller "Mirror Mirror" was absolutely magnificent. A classic from the word go. Your career has been blessed.
Pete Ramirez <email@example.com>
- Sunday, March 25, 2012 9:21 AM (EST)
I was just watching a Hawaii Five-O episode you appeared in. You have to be one of the most "EXOTIC" women in cinema. You never were a stereotype, you are a stand alone goddess. Thanks for the memories of a 14 year old boy who adored your unique beauty and immense talent.
Frank S. Blair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, March 19, 2012 12:44 PM (EST)
Dearest BarBara, I just watched you in an episode of Hawaii Five-O, and it brought back memories of my early days. You are so incredibly beautiful. Happy belated birthday! You still look so beautiful. Father time has been very good to you. Be blessed and have a wonderful day!
- Monday, March 19, 2012 12:06 PM (EST)
Watching Hawaii Five-O today and saw BarBara in her role as Yoko. Never have I seen a more beautiful woman.
- Monday, March 19, 2012 11:52 AM (EST)
Bonjour BarBara! I loved your role in all Hawaii Five-O episodes. I hope they will invite you to star in a few episodes of the new Hawaii Five-O series. Good Luck and come visit Hillsborough, NJ. Keep in touch!
- Saturday, March 17, 2012, 6:30 AM (EST)
Happy Belated Birthday Luna!
- Friday, March 16, 2012, 8:17 PM (EST)
Just watched Mirror Mirror. Nice work!
- Saturday, March 10, 2012, 12:04 PM (EST)
Happy Birthday BarBara!!!!! I have wanted to send you this greeting for quite some time now and always forgot, but NOT THIS TIME!!!!! I have loved you since I first saw you as Lt. Marlena Moreau in "Mirror, Mirror" on "Star Trek" and always enjoy your work as a venomous and evil woman. I have all of "Star Trek" on DVD and "The Invaders" where you were the evil alien "Leeza." I hope you have a WONDERFULLY HAPPY BIRTHDAY with Peace, Joy, Love, Family, Friends and all the delicious ice cream and cake that you want!!!!!! Happy Birthday, BarBara, and many more happy ones in the future!
Alex Burford <email@example.com>
- Friday, March 2, 2012 10:51 AM (EST)
Just A fellow New Yorker wanting to say, you're beautiful and God Bless you.
- Wednesday, February 29, 2012, 1:56 AM (EST)
Watched an episode of 'Big Valley' today called 'Miranda'. Wow, who's that fox? You! Pleased to have found out about you, BarBara.
John Hugo Robbins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Thursday, February 9, 2012 6:57 PM (EST)
BarBara: I saw you today on the Big Valley in "Miranda" and was swept away by your beauty, your charm and your talent. You were so amazing that I had to Google you after I got your name from the credits at the end of the show. I looked at your picture book and was again amazed at the many shows you are a part of, then I saw you as the beautiful Lt. Marlena Moreau in Star Trek and it all came back to me. I had seen you before. You have captivated my heart and I am truly a die hard fan for life. Though I have never met you personally, I am not ashamed to say that I do adore you and will never forget you or your great legacy of work. My effort here is to convey to you my expression of gratitude and appreciation for your great work. Thank you. You have truly made my day.
- Thursday, February 9, 2012 1:55 PM (EST)
Hi, glad to see you here. I met you at a Star Trek convention in Bellevue, WA. I was the one with the deep voice you commented on. Would love to see you again if you're going to be out in the Seattle area again. Your Star Trek episode was one of my very faverites. Anyway, thanks for the fun and entertainment. Please excues my spelling. I hav'nt been well. I hope this finds you happy and well.
- Friday, October 14, 2011 10:11 AM (EST)
BarBara Luna is easily one of the most beautiful women in the world. As a teenager I was enthralled by this gorgeous woman and her poise. I was very pleased to see her often in my living room from Hawaii Five-O to FBI, Mannix and any number of westerns. She captivated me in Star Trek and I have been a fan from the first. She still looks great and that teenager enthralled by her ethnic beauty married another ethnic beauty from the Philippines in 2000. Thanks for all the great memories. If you're ever in Indy, would love to introduce you to my wife.
John Rader <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, October 5, 2011 7:01 PM (EST)
BarBara, I lived on 136th at the same time you did, we lived at 601. I was somewhat older though. Marilyn was one of my best friends when we were teenagers until I went in the service. She was one of my Grandmother's favorites. I've enjoyed seeing your performances since Outer Limits and Zorro with Perry Lopez, also a friend from the neighborhood.
More success and stay happy,
- Saturday, August 27, 2011 2:40 PM (EST)
Your 1960 appearance as Angela Velez on "Lock Up".
Ralph Castro <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, August 22, 2011 12:13 PM (EST)
Hi BarBara, I don't expect you to remember, but I used to babysit you when you lived on 135th St in NYC. You had an older sister Marilyn and your father was a seaman. Anyway, just thought I'd say hello.
Emma Flecha Doyle <email@example.com>
- Friday, August 12, 2011 3:56 PM (EST)
Hi BarBara, I just came across an episode of Star Trek where you had a starring role, and was reminded of your talent and of the versatility you have shown in your career. Just wanted to say well done and hope you are still doing your thing! Thanks so much.
Lendell Black <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Monday, August 8, 2011 10:32 PM (EST)
Happy Birthday to you!! I hope you have a wonderful day.
- Wednesday, March 02, 2011 6:23 AM (EST)
Hi BarBara! I'm always amazed when I see your old shows from the 60s! There was nobody like you in those days. I'm looking forward to seeing you next year. Good luck.
Jim Sbicca <email@example.com>
- Saturday, December 11, 2010 1:32 PM (EST)
Hi Ms. Luna, thank you very much for being one of the guests at the Star Trek convention in Honolulu, Hawaii. I loved you in the "Mirror Mirror" episode. I found you to be a very friendly, warm and open individual. I hope to see you at the next Star Trek convention in the near future.
Randy Ikezaki <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wednesday, December 08, 2010 2:44 AM (EST)
Hey Luna; I hope you have a great Thanksgiving today!!! Here's to your good health, your continued happiness, and I'll also throw in a few warm hugs for this holiday season.
- Thursday, November 25, 2010 11:33 AM (EST)
You hear so much about people in show biz that throw themselves away. It is sad. I see you so bubbly and positive about life and work. So many can learn from you. An accomplished actress and human being. You never wasted your God-given talent, instead you brought a lot of joy and happiness to many through your movies, TV shows,c onventions, etc. You are a class act. God bless you. Stay well.
- Monday, November 22, 2010 6:52 PM (EST)
Ms. Luna, I was just re-watching "Mirror, Mirror" today and I am still enchanted how alluring both you and Nichelle Nichols looked in that episode. None of the actresses of today can hold a candle to the two of you in elegance and beauty. Your talent matched with your flawless appearance also enhanced my appreciation of two other classic series: "The Storm" episode of "The Invaders" and "A Thousand Pardons, You're Dead" from "Hawaii 5-0." Even now, you are still a stunner. The passage of time has not worked against you.
You provided film and television audiences of my generation with so many vivid and long-lasting memories that you belong in the Television Hall of Fame, if you're not there already.
Thank you again for your body of work...and your actual body ain't bad, either.
Reginald Garrard <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, November 10, 2010 6:42 PM (EST)
I would like to see you and Leonard Nimoy in a movie based on the final days of the end of the Terran Empire. "Ashes of the Empire" was a great book.
- Wednesday, October 27, 2010 7:31 PM (EST)
Just was watching the movie Devil at 4 O'Clock. You were great playing the blind girl. Was it hard to act that role and how was it working with Frank?
Dennis Aden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, October 26, 2010 1:08 AM (EST)
Hey Luna; I hope you are healthy and happy. I have seen quite a few celebrities around H-Wood. Normally I prefer to allow them their space, but the internet allows the average person like me access without intrusion. It's obvious that you have such a warm relationship with your loyal fans. Sometime in the near future I'm going to repay you for your devotion to your fans. When you least expect it, I'll be standing in line to meet you at a convention with a dozen roses. The only problem is: what's your favorite color? Pink, yellow, white, or red? It's just a very small gesture to say "Thank You" for being such a lovely person to your fans.
Peace, Love, and Happiness!
James Carter <email@example.com>
- Sunday, September 19, 2010 11:05 PM (EST)
Luna - It was soooo wonderful to meet you on Saturday night at Nora's. We all should go out for more fun. Stay well.
Michael Fiszer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Thursday, September 02, 2010 12:43 PM (EST)
Just caught you on an old Hawaii 5-0 episode last night by chance. I've always been a fan and it was terrific seeing you again on TV as well as the original 5-0 team. Here in Hawaii the remake of 5-0 will debut on September 20. It will be good for Hawaii's fledging film industry but the trailers suggest a production not even remotely close to the original. Enjoyed your family photos! Stay well. ALOHA!
- Saturday, August 28, 2010 9:18 AM (EST)
Hello BarBara, I met you briefly back in 2001 at a Star Trek Convention in New Jersey. I loved meeting you. Well anyway, I heard there was going to be a new Hawaii Five-O television series, so I went online to check out the trailer. The show looks pretty good. The website also had a link where you could check out the original shows. I picked one at random "A Thousand Pardons...Your Dead" was the title. Started watching and there you were. That's what prompted me to send you this little hello. Glad to see you are still doing the conventions and having fun. You still look great. You're one of those eternal beauties. Thank you and take care.
Gary Pogue <email@example.com>
- Sunday, August 15, 2010 5:10 PM (EST)
"You promised to tell me about the moon..." I heard those haunting words before I even knew that the woman who spoke them (in "Devil at 4 O'Clock") was named Luna! How apropos. BarBara, thank you for all of the many years of entertainment. You are so heavenly in "Dime With a Halo," "Firecreek" and especially "4 O'Clock." I can't imagine a lovelier human being in the movies. You always stole my heart whatever you were in. Someday I hope I can meet you in person at a Star Trek convention! :)
Brett Bayne <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, August 09, 2010 9:42 PM (EST)
Hey BarBara, it's been a long while since we both lived in Malibu with the boys. If you are interested in catching up - email me.
Best personal regards,
Allison Caine <email@example.com> Los Angeles, CA. (Hollywood Hills)
- Saturday, July 31, 2010 1:24 PM (EST)
Hello BarBara, I just finished watching a movie on TCM, "Firecreek, and it just brought back fond memories of you. When I was a teenager during the "Trek" days, I fell madly in love with you. Teen love, what a feeling. Anyway, it was a pleasure seeing you in a movie again. It's been awhile. You're looking as hot as ever.
From an adoring, now middle-aged fan,
Ed Lim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
-Saturday, July 31, 2010 11:06 AM (EST)
Ms. Luna. Just saw the Hawaii Five-0 episode that you starred in with Loretta Swit.You are such a beautiful woman. I "binged" you and found your website. Hope all is well.
Scott Malone <email@example.com>
- Friday, July 30, 2010 1:31 AM (EST)
While I remembered you from your Star Trek appearance, seeing you with Jim West on "Wild Wild West", one of my favorite shows from the 60s, was a pleasant surprise. And, from your website, I can see that you are still as beautiful as you were then.
Stan Przybylinski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Friday, July 16, 2010 1:22 PM (EST)
You're forever young: unique, and blessed. You'll always be my, 'First Lady'. Mabuhay! ("Long Life"! One of many translated meanings).
John Paul Pinkelman <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, July 06, 2010 11:02 AM (EST)
Hello, I saw you in Riverside, Iowa this past weekend, and it was really awesome. I loved you in Gunsmoke and in Star Trek, which I'm sure is odd for a sixteen year old to say, but what can I say, I love TV Land! I also saw in your Biography that you love to play golf. Me too! I am hoping to play in college. Thanks for coming to conventions. We love to hear your great acting stories.
Chris Ames <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wednesday, June 30, 2010 2:02 PM (EST)
Thank You, BarBara, for coming to Riverside this last weekend and sharing your stories. You are such an amazing and exciting woman whom I was glad to meet and I look forward to exploring your accomplishments further. I was browsing through your photos and asked my girlfriend if she'd ever heard of Luigi and amazingly, she'd taken classes from him too. It must be a small world. I'm so glad I came home to Iowa and met you and hope you had a good time too.
Stuart from South Dakota and Iowa <email@example.com>
- Monday, June 28, 2010 8:39 PM(EST)
Hi Mrs Luna. I just want to say you are a very beautiful lady, and thank you for keeping all of us entertained over the years, there will never be another time in tv history, like the 50s and 60s, we may have more to choose from but the programs can't compare,thank you for making my child hood a little better.
Louis Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, June 28, 2010 6:52 PM (EST)
BarBara, believe it or not, I was watching the Hawaii Five-0 "A Thousand Pardons - You're Dead" episode and I saw you for the first time. I did not know who you were so I watched the credits and then looked up your name on imbd.com and found your website. I knew you were a beautiful and talented actress but had no idea how accomplished you were. Your bio and filmography are really impressive! Congratulations on a wonderful and continuing career. Thanks for having a website to let me send you this email. If you reply to emails, let me know what some of your favorite roles were.
Michael McKnight <email@example.com>
- Sunday, June 27, 2010 7:48 PM (EST)
OK, I admit it, I'm a Trekker. I had the privilege of meeting you several years ago at a Star Trek convention in Dallas, and I was impressed with your energy and with your attention to the fans. I almost felt sorry for the other actors there, because you "owned" the room. It's wonderful to know that there are actors who can have long, productive careers. Keep up the good work!
- Wednesday, May 26, 2010 9:53 AM (EST)
Looking forward to seeing you again in Riverside, Iowa this year. We met in Tulsa, OK.
- Friday, May 21, 2010 11:36 AM (EST)
Dear Ms. Luna. First I hope you are having a good day and the weather is treating you well. Such odd weather all over. I would like to say I know many a girl who wished they had been Maranda and had the chance to be kissed by Mr. Breck in Big Valley, the scene in the bedroom.WOW. I would have enjoyed making such a mess knowing I would not have to clean it up. I have in recent years been able to keep in contact with Mr. Breck and his wife. Both are very nice people. It is so nice to find out so many of you actors I watched as a younger person are very nice people. Thank you for all the entertainment you have given us. I have a good idea of the hours you have put in to do it all. I also enjoyed seeing you in a Star Trek movie a friend of mine made with you and Mr. Windom. "In Harms Way". You looked very good in it. And was so nice to see you in something at the time more recent. I have helped out on a couple of his movies so maybe if you do another, I will have a chance to say hello. Do take care have a wonderful 2010 and take some time to enjoy some time for just you.
Cyn Ann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wednesday, May 12, 2010 9:45 PM (EST)
I have just finished watching the film "Ship of Fools." I have enjoyed your work on many, many tv shows over the years. Thank you.
- Saturday, April 17, 2010 5:36 PM (EST)
Haha, just saw you digitally remastered on CBS Action, and you certainly are the fairest of them all. Except your hair, which is so dark. And huge. And fantastic. Looks like you had a blast.
Jem < email@example.com>
- Thursday, April 15, 2010 2:23 PM (EST)
Happy Birthday Ms. Luna, and many, many more. Just saw you in your role in Mail Order Bride on TCM. You were great and very beautiful.
Bob M. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Friday, April 02, 2010 5:30 PM (EST)
Hi BarBara! I just wanted to say thank you! We met this morning at the Wizard World Con in Toronto and you were so warm and friendly! I have a fantastic photo of you and I that will have a prized place in my Star Trek collection. Thanks so much!
Scott Williams <email@example.com>
- Saturday, March 27, 2010 11:38 AM (EST)
Hi BarBara, I go back to when you were playing in "Tea House of the August Moon," in L.A. How many years ago was that? You are really special. I always will have fond memories of you!
Mike Michelson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wednesday, March 24, 2010 7:05 PM (EST)
Aloha Camile. I watched Devil at 4:00 O'Clock today having not seen it for 35 years plus. Wow! You were and are a babe and now I remember why you stole my heart a lifetime ago when I first saw the movie. (((( smiling ))))
- Monday, March 22, 2010 12:28 AM (EST)
Hello BarBara. Being in the casino industry for 27 years, I have met many celebrities. Not one of them has ever inspired me to write a fan letter until now. Although we have never actually met, I have been a fan of yours since the 60s. What really put me over the top was your devotion, obvious pleasure, and appreciation you show to your fans. I (we) very much appreciate the time you took to do these Phase ll episodes, flying all the way to N.Y. to do so. If you ever get down to Temecula, I am a gaming supervisor at Pechanga. It would be the thrill of a lifetime to meet you!
Jonathan Hathaway <email@example.com>
- Sunday, March 21, 2010 2:37 PM (EST)
Hello Ms. Luna, I hope and pray all goes well for you. I'm a huge Star Trek fan and when I first saw you on the episode Mirror Mirror, wow, you were wonderful and lovely! Excellent performance! And after seeing the episode again on Myspace, and seeing your current pictures, it's amazing how little you've changed! What's your secret? Anyway, take care and God bless!
Samuel Arroyo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wednesday, March 17, 2010 5:40 PM (EST)
Dearest BarBara, I am sorry to be late, but I do hope that you had a most wonderful birthday filled with peace, joy, love, family and friends and that you always have more of those that you think you really need. It's been a long time since "Star Trek" and "The Invaders," but I have never loved you less or gotten over my fan feelings for you!!!
Live long and prosper,
Alex Burford <AmericanEagle2076@gmail.com>
- Wednesday, March 03, 2010 4:00 PM (EST)
Dear Ms BarBara Luna, I would like to wish you a most Happy Birthday. May your special day be so very wonderful.
- Tuesday, March 02, 2010 11:28 AM (EST)
Hello Ms. Luna, I recently watched an episode of Have Gun-Will Travel in which you were rescued from a locked cellar by Paladin (Richard Boone). Your character was the lovely Lupita, a Mexican peasant girl. The year was 1957, Episode 37 - Silver Convoy. I just want to say that you are as HOT NOW as you were then. WOW! It is an honor to have this opportunity. You are an American Treasure.
- Sunday, February 07, 2010 12:45 PM (EST)
Gunsmoke. Episode 22 yr. 1962. You were smokin' hot but yet so sweet in that show. It was sad but we really enjoyed it as with all Gunsmoke shows. Thank you for all your work.
Just a fan,
- Monday, February 01, 2010 5:35 PM (EST)
Still looking great, Luna !!! Keep up the good work, hang in there, and remember, "With God, all things are possible".
John Pinkelman <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, January 26, 2010 1:06 AM (EST)
Dear Ms. Luna, I really didn't know you as an actress from "Star Trek", but more for your role as Caetana, from the classic "Bonanza", "El Toro Grande". The playfulness that came off your character towards Michael Landon (as Little Joe) was just fun to watch! Wish I coulda got girls to act that way when I was a kid!!
Peace n Love,
- Sunday, January 24, 2010 9:39 PM (EST)
Hello BarBara. I'm a big fan of yours and of Star Trek. I just wanted to convey my warmest wishes. Out of all the episodes in the original Star Trek series, my favorite, and millions of other fans as well, is the Mirror Mirror episode. Not only because of your beauty then and now, but because of the writing, the acting, and the directing of all involved in this episode. If Star Trek begins having sequels again following last summer's hit film, I sincerely hope the Mirror episode is done as well as the original was. God bless and thanks.
Manny G. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, January 23, 2010 8:41 PM (EST)
Hi Ms. Luna, I wanted to wish you a Merry Christmas. I was born in 1970 but I am a fan of Hawaii Five-O and Star Trek. I didn't know you appeared in so many films until looking at your website.
R. Evans <email@example.com>
- Friday, December 25, 2009 8:03 AM (EST)
Hi Ms. Luna, I lived in Hawaii back in the early 70's. I had the pleasure of meeting you on one occasion. I have to say, you look great!!
- Saturday, November 28, 2009 8:16 AM (EST)
I am 53, a bachelor, and a guy who remembers your Star Trek and OLTL appearances. I used knowledge of then current soap opera plots as an opening conversational opportunity during junior high through college. You'd be surprised how often a basic understanding of current soaps' plots or characters pleasantly shocked the women. I'm glad to see you're still out there. Some of my favorite pictures of yours are: Lassie, the U.S.Open (love the composition), the doghouse hat (you even looked hot in a peasoup green dress reminiscent of Linda Blair in The Exorcist), the Harley photo and the big hair snap with Andrea Evans. I was most thrilled to see current images of stars I remember from my youth including Mark Goddard and the two Junes (Allison and Lockhart). Keep on keeping on. If you get a chance, be sure to see the band Vocal Trash. They use brooms, metal garbage cans and lids and various other implements to make music ala Stomp on Broadway. Thank you for the time and consideration compiling your photo gallery and for reading my ramblings.
- Monday, November 23, 2009 12:22 PM (EST)
Hello BarBara, I met you at a "Creation: Sci-Fi Grand Slam" in Pasadena a few years back before retiring from the Navy in 2005. I work for the FAA now, out of Seattle. It was a real pleasure to meet you. I'm going to try and catch some more conventions in 2010 and hopefully, I'll run into you again. Anyway, I recently bought the new Walt Disney Zorro DVD releases and saw that you were on the show. It was a real treat seeing you sing your "Tamale" song. I was also a fan of Guy Williams. By the way, are you on the website, "Facebook"? My "FB" profile is, "Jim White" if you want to take a look. I have created a Photo Album called, "Celebrities" and I have a couple of your pictures posted. Hope things are going great for you and Happy Holidays.
Jim White, USN Ret. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wednesday, November 18, 2009 9:57 AM (EST)
It is truly amazing how smoking hot you still are!
- Wednesday, November 11, 2009 2:12 PM (EST)
I have been impressed as I followed your carreer. You have graced the screen, both big and small with your talent, charisma, and sincerity that you became every character you portrayed. In addition to Star Trek", I remembered you in "Buck Rogers" as Koori, the wife of Hawk. I cried when you passed on. A poignant scene to be sure. You have given many other memorable performances. You are an inspiration. God keep you and bless you always for the happiness you brought to millions of fans around the world.
- Friday, October 23, 2009 5:53 PM (EST)
Greetings BarBara! I just saw "Mirror, Mirror" for the umpteenth time and had to find your bio. I had no idea you were in South Pacific - so adorable! And so many other films and shows! I feel as though I just discovered you, though I've seen you so often over the years. Live long and prosper!
Carol C. <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, October 07, 2009 10:15 PM (EST)
Just wanted to tell you I think you were the most gorgeous Star Trek babe. No contest!
- Tuesday, October 06, 2009 11:14 AM (EST)
Dear Ms. Luna - I just wanted to express my exasperation that with our culture so saturated with today's youth orientation, that your work is not fully appreciated from "Dime With a Halo" to "Ship of Fools" to the terrific Star Trek episode "Mirror Mirror". I hope that you might make a TV appearance some time soon. Thank you for your body of work!
- Saturday, October 03, 2009 8:24 PM (EST)
BarBara, when I think of the three most beautiful women of the 1960s, it was BarBara Luna, Sharon Tate and Raquel Welch, and that's just the way it is.
- Wednesday, September 30, 2009 3:48 PM (EST)
Aloha BarBara. Your talent and beauty are infinite, a gift for all to enjoy. Dedication to your acting career, for your lifelong fans, mesmerized by your abilities, care, and passion. Truly love your talents and love you as an actress, your joie de vivre. Many thanks and mahalo from Honolulu. I hope that you may appear here in some capacity. Would truly enjoy seeing you in the Islands. Until then, there are your Hawaii Five-O episodes to remind me of you. With best wishes of continued happiness for you and those dear to you!
- Thursday, September 10, 2009 12:46 AM (EST)
Hi BarBara, I just saw the remastered version of "Mirror Mirror" after a long time. Your acting was fabulous in that episode. There is an underlying intensity and intelligence that comes through. The performance, and the episode still holds up after all this time. Bravo.
Sanjiv Purba <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tuesday, September 08, 2009 10:19 AM (EST)
Luna, you were fantastic while filming with Phase II in Port Henry, June 2008. I have met thousands of people in my life, your smile, your friendliness, your joie-de-vivre and your genuine interest in each and all of us is very scarce in this world. You are truly one-in-a-million. Personally, I wish to thank you for the emails last year when I was hospitalized for two months. I'm doing well. I expect to see you again, at which time I will see if you recognize me now. ;)
Take care, enjoy the summer!
Gary Evans <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, August 05, 2009 3:22 PM (EST)
Hi BarBara, to me, you are one of the prettiest and sexiest actresses to grace the screen. And talented. I loved you in "Mirror, Mirror" and on "Wild, Wild West.
Thursday, July 23, 2009 2:46 PM
You look better than ever.
Al Michaels <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, June 29, 2009 10:12 PM (EST)
BarBara Luna! I love your work! Right now I'm watching you in "The Devil at 4 O'Clock"! We've met a few times in Beverly Hills. We have a few friends in common: Elaine Young, Jay Bernstein, Ruta Lee, Steve Nave! Stay wonderful and beautiful!
Ann Dandridge <email@example.com>
- Saturday, June 20, 2009 3:29 PM (EST)
Dear Luna, even though I was a kid when you appeared in the Star Trek episode, "Mirror, Mirror" and on the Hawaii Five-O Episode, "A Thousand Pardons--You're Dead", you're an actress who is unforgettable, not only for the timeless beauty that you are endowed with, but what impresses me most about you is the ease with which you make even the most dramatic roles seem easy, not to mention that not too subtle sensuality that you bring to your characters. You are truly a classy lady!!! I've often thought about going into acting, especially comedy even though I'm a schoolteacher by trade, but I think that it's too late in life for me to make a serious career change. I'm 44. Is there any advice that you could give to me? I would be both thrilled and honored to meet you in person!!!
Best Wishes Always,
Jimmy Muller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, June 15, 2009 8:36 PM (EST)
You are a wonderful actress. I just watched you on "Wild Wild West" and was glad to see you had a website. You are a wonder to watch and I'm looking forward to seeing you if you ever perform in NYC again.
- Saturday, June 13, 2009 9:36 PM (EST)
Dear BarBara, just wanted to say you are as beautiful as ever. I think I was born too late! :) I've enjoyed your work.
Randall Patterson <email@example.com>
- Thursday, June 04, 2009 11:27 PM (EST)
Hi BarBara. You are such a lovely lady! Love you forever!
Leslie Tallosi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
-Tuesday, May 26, 2009 9:59 AM (EST)
Still gorgeous and stunning.
- Sunday, May 03, 2009 2:58 PM (EST)
Wow BarBara! You are as hot as ever! Would love it if you were invited to be on "Desperate Housewives" for a season or two, then I could watch you every week along with my other favorite women. But why would you want to? It looks like you are leading a very happy life. And they say cloning people is a bad idea. :-)
All the best,
- Monday, April 27, 2009 12:03 PM (EST)
Hi Luna, emailed you back in 2007 and continue to enjoy your site and pictures of your friends and great character actors. You all really are the lifeblood of film. You and Jimmy make a great couple and it's great to see such happiness, longevity, and love. My wife and I enjoy the same. As before, if you ever get to San Diego, gimme a shout. Maybe we could meet for dinner sometime.
Bowe Hunt <email@example.com>
- Friday, April 10, 2009 7:44 PM (EST)
Stopped by and checked out all of your pictures. All of them were great. Thank you for the kind words with our pic. It was a pleasure to see you for those three days of WonderCon. Meeting wonderful people such as yourself is one of the biggest reasons why I volunteer every year to help out with the show. Now, I'm gonna be part of the permanent volunteer staff for Comic-Con. I'll be at both shows every year. I'll definitely be looking for you!
Take care BarBara!!
J.R. Reynolds <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, March 24, 2009 6:09 PM (EST)
BarBara: You sound as great as ever. I heard your interview on the Frank DeCaro show this morning.
Rick Rattie <email@example.com>
- Monday, March 23, 2009 2:47 PM (EST)
Hi BarBara! I just wanted to say, I love your photos. I appreciate the look into your lifestyle. I am moving out of the country soon and beginning a new life. I will continue to check your website for updates, even though I am busy. Your lifestyle reminds me of mine. LOL.
Best of luck,
- Thursday, March 19, 2009 1:17 AM (EST)
I have enjoyed your acting and singing for many years. Mirror, Mirror of course is a favorite. Thank you for giving the world the best smile I have ever seen.
Robert Wray, Jr. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wednesday, March 11, 2009 10:52 PM (EST)
BarBara, thanks for talking to me on the last day of Wondercon at your booth. I was surprised to find out you were appearing and was lucky enough to catch you. We had talked about the Star Trek Phase2 appearence and your upcoming part as a space pirate. (I was the big Filipino guy with glasses, since you meet so many people at these things.) You are as beautiful now as when I saw you on Mirror Mirror all those years ago. Well I guess I have to wait til next year to get a photo and autograph from you. Oh by the way, congrats on being in the first cast of South Pacific on Broadway.
All the best from a loyal fan,
Rommel Araneta <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, March 10, 2009 2:05 AM (EST)
Happy Birthday to you. It was so grand meeting up with you at the shoot up in Port Henry. All the best!
From your twin separated at birth.
The Wombat <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, March 03, 2009 12:56 PM (EST)
Hello BarBara, I hope things are going well with you. I just saw you on an episode of "The Invaders", and you did a fantastic job. I think you do excellent work. Take care and God bless you.
- Sunday, March 01, 2009 2:34 PM (EST)
"You look great"!!! You told me you were a lot older than I thought and I told you I was probably your age. You showed me the movie you were in in 1958! Wow. You are fabulous and so nice!! It was a real treat to see you. It was our first time there at the event so we didn't know what to expect.
Renee < email@example.com>
- Sunday, March 01, 2009 11:41 AM (EST)
Dear Luna, thank you for all the joy your exotic looks and beauty have brought to me. It's been a pleasure to watch you through the years. Continued happiness in whatever ventures you attempt. Once again, just wanted to tell you thanks.
Bobby Willis <Bcabbagehead@aol.com>
- Saturday, February 28, 2009 11:32 AM (EST)
Aloha BarBara, I always admired the performance you gave in Mervin LeRoy's "Devil at Four O'Clock". I was an extra and was also at the Maui premiere at the historic Iao Theater in Wailuku. You still are stunningly beautiful and I am amazed at your long standing and successful career. I hope to see you in Hawaii again sometime.
Me Ke Aloha Pumehana,
Stephanie Ohigashi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, February 15, 2009 4:32 PM (EST)
I just viewed the"Outer Limits" episode, "It Crawled Out of the Woodwork" and was very pleased to see that you were in it. You have always been one of my favorite ladies who appeared in tv and movies. It is Valentine's Day. I hope yours was very nice!
Randy Seppala <email@example.com>
- Saturday, February 14, 2009 8:31 PM (EST)
Thanks for the incredible memories you have created through your work. Your smile did and still does light the world in which you walk.
Ace Collins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Friday, February 06, 2009 7:02 PM (EST)
Dear Luna, this is Magic Terry from New Voyages/Phase 2. Just a quick note to say what a pleasure it was to have you with us. You were an absolute delight. By the end of the shoot you knew everyone's name and took pictures of us instead of the other way around. You impressed everyone with your professionalism and interest in others. I hope I get the opportunity to meet you again in the future.
- Tuesday, February 03, 2009 3:23 PM (EST)
Hi BarBara, I'm a writer who just finished a poem called "Captain Kirk's Women." You can find galleys at http://www.writerscafe.org/writing/kmmwriter/354560/ . Your character, Lt. Moreau has a part in it, so I decided, since I saw you have a website, to let you know of it. I viewed the the classic episode, "Mirror, Mirror" after many years of not having seen it. It holds up well after all this time! You were a marvelous actress then and now. (Re: the episode, the writing was so careful and subdued around your feelings for Kirk. You played the role wonderfully.) Thank you so much for your gifts to the world over the years as an actress. My poem thanks you, too, on other levels (levels I'm sure you've heard, but perhaps I do it more poetically). You are greatly appreciated. I know acting isn't easy. Thanks for staying with it. Best wishes!
Kherry M. <email@example.com>
- Thursday, December 18, 2008 6:48 AM (EST)
Hi BarBara; I am a 47 year old single Hispanic man living in LA. I remember you when I laid eyes on you for the first time on my living room television set. That first time was when you appeared in a movie entitled "Dime With A Halo". BarBara, I was reading the e-mails from all the other guys and this guy, (speaking for myself), thinks you are an absolute babe!! You have an awesome figure and I love your hair and those seductive eyes. You are an awesome woman and I thank God I am single and able to sit down at my computer and express the way I feel for you. I thought your performance in "Dime With A Halo" was great! I loved those dance scenes!! I watched it with my parents and we all thought,"what a wonderful actress". I saw you in an episode of "The Outer Limits" today and in one scene the actor made a comment on your lovely legs and yes of course you do certainly have lovely legs. Anyway, if you ever come to Los Angeles, I would like to meet you and have a picture of you. Best wishes to you and God bless you with health and continued success. Love you!!
Fernando Duran of Pico Rivera, CA <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Thursday, November 06, 2008 10:41 PM (EST)
Luna, I have seen you when I was about 12 years old on TV. I admired you for your beautiful hair and personality and 15 years later, when I met my wife Myrna (also long black hair and brown skin, with whom I am now 35 years married), I said to her: "When we have a daughter, I want to give her the name Barbara because she will have the same black hair like BarBara Luna". And guess what? We had a beautiful daughter in 1976, who we named Barbara Sharon and who has long brown/black hair. Greetings from Holland and we wish you well in the future.
Humphrey J. Hermans <email@example.com>
- Thursday, October 23, 2008 11:58 AM (EDT)
Ms. Luna, I am watching the Star Trek episode "Mirror Mirror" and when your face came on the screen, I had to go online to find out what you were doing these days. I remember watching you on tv as a child, but I can assure you that even at a young age I appreciated your beauty and grace on the screen. Though the years have passed, you seem to be doing well and in good health and once again I am connected to a fond memory of my youth. I wish you a long and healthful life and make no mistake, you are definitely remembered by your fans very warmly and with great affection.
Gotta Go! Peace,
David Duarte <firstname.lastname@example.org"> Takoma Park, MD
- Wednesday, October 22, 2008 2:47 AM (EST)
Dear BarBara, thank you for such a wonderful career! I knew you were active in TV and cinema, but your talent is completely off scale! WOW! I will pursue your charitable work, which I will discuss with my partner after this morning's conference call. I believe we are truly meant to help and make available all our resources to the less fortunate. I will contact your organization for direction. By the way, you are still stunning!
- Wednesday, October 22, 2008 6:28 AM (EST)
Greetings, I just saw you in "The Big Valley". Found your site here and just thought I would say thanks for all the years of entertainment you have provided.
- Friday, October 17, 2008 3:16 PM (EST)
BarBara, you are as lovely now as ever. Wishing you health and happiness. And should you EVER find yourself stranded in Ann Arbor or Brighton, Michigan, give me an email. I'll give you the grand tour.
- Thursday, October 09, 2008 6:46 PM (EST)
First off, I would like to say that after all of these years, you are STILL beautiful. Second, as great as you were in "Mirror, Mirror", you were even better in S.T.N.V's "In Harm's Way". That was a touching scene. May you live long and prosper.
Joe Heston, Philadelphia, PA <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, September 10, 2008 7:31 AM (EST)
Dearest Luna, firstly, I am very pleased to see that you have your own website, and what a lovely site it is. I love it! My name is Daniel and I live in Holland. I too am involved with a Star Trek fanbased series, called Dark Armada. It is probably not as good Phase II, but at least it is alot of fun to get involved with. I am acting as an actor, writer and PR Manager for the series, and I must say it is going just great. Anyhow, when I saw you on New Voyages for the first time, I thought you were amazing! Not to mention, breathtaking. I hope you are able to do more episodes for Phase II. I would like to see you more often on the 'small' screen. Hmmm, perhaps you should talk to James about that. I am afraid we never met before, but from what I have seen so far, I wish we could. Perhaps in the near future, we can. Until then, take care and good luck with Phase II.
- Monday, September 01, 2008 12:03 PM (EDT)
Hi Ms. Luna! I am so happy to find you have an official website. I just saw you on TV today on an episode of Big Valley as "Miranda". You are incredibly beautiful and an awesome actress as always!!! I am not surprised Nick fell in love with you at first sight (even though you tried to kill him 3 times haha). WOW, I can't believe you broke Nick's heart after you fell in love with him. Couldn't you just marry Nick and stay at the Barkley ranch awhile then take the necklace and move to Mexico together? (I'm just teasing because you're so adorable :) I have always had a huge crush on you since I was a kid when I first saw you as "Marlena" on Star Trek. "Mirror Mirror" is not only my favorite episode but you have always been my all-time favorite guest actress on Star Trek. You have the sweetest smile in all the galaxies! I am a big fan of many shows from the 60's and 70's so I can't wait to see your many other TV appearances like the Wild Wild West and Mission: Impossible. I hope someday I am lucky enough to meet you at a convention. I wish you lots of love and happiness!
God bless you!
- Friday, August 01, 2008 10:18 PM (EST)
Dear Ms. Luna, you are an icon of "One Life to Live" and I so enjoyed your storyline. I was sad to know that you were not returning to the 40th anniversary show. We all would've loved to have seen you! Kudos for all the wonderful work you do!
- Monday, July 28, 2008 8:49 AM (EST)
Dear BarBara: Maybe the others remember you from the Star Trek tv series, but I can't forget you as the beautiful tamale peddler of Disney's "Zorro". Those episodes were awesome. You're the most attractive brunette woman I've ever seen.
Greetings from Buenos Aires, the city of the "tango".
- Friday, July 18, 2008 11:16 PM (EDT)
Dear Luna, working with you on the set of Phase II was a great joy. You were always so kind, and inspired a lot of us to keep up. I rememebr a night we went on filming untill 3.30am and you still were adorable to all. Shame not everyone in "showbiz" is as gracious! Thanks for all of the good times on set and off set. Every moment you spent with all of us, just hanging, was a great time.
My best, all the way from Madrid, Spain,
- Wednesday, July 16, 2008 4:12 PM (EDT)
Dear Luna, it was truly wonderful meeting you (and Alersa) at the Star Trek: Phase II filming of "Enemy: Starfleet". I've just looked at all of the pictures you posted, and the fact that you truly had a great time there really comes through in the captions. Thank you for gracing us with your presence and for making Alersa come to life. You are a truly gracious and classy woman, and I hope to get another opportunity to see you, and hopefully even work with you, in the future.
Glenn E. Smith, 2nd A.D. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, July 15, 2008 6:24 PM (EST)
Luna, it was an honor and a pleasure to have met and worked with you. You treated all of us at the Phase II shoot like we were your family. I personally was in awe that you were so concerned about me eating, that you graciously gave me your salad. (I want to get a tee shirt made that says, "I Ate BarBara Luna's Salad"). It was also my pleasure to go and buy you your own personal mug. I'm keeping it safe until you return to use it again. You are a lovely and charming lady and I will always remember and cherish the moments I spent in your company. Thanks and lots of love from the buyer of cups, digger of holes and connector of water lines,
Tony D. <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, July 15, 2008 8:09 AM (EST)
Luna, it was awesome finally working with you watching you do what you do. I can easily see why your IMDB is as exstensive at it is. You are a delight and we now know what to get you for your birthday next year. You were a blast in LA when you asked for my autograph at breakfast and you were stunning in Enemy Starfleet. I look forward to crossing paths again on or off the set.
Tony (Video Engineering) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, July 14, 2008 6:45 PM (EST)
Hey Luna, the pics are fantastic. It was such a pleasure working up there and meeting you and everyone else. I actually forgot about the pictures you took. It was one of the best exepriences I ever had. Thanks for the memories!
Bill Lutz <email@example.com>
- Monday, July 14, 2008 12:28 PM (EST)
Hello Luna. You should change your name to Luve. Because you are so luvely! :-) I want to say thank you for the awesome contributions you have done as an actress. Especially with a Star Trek fan such as myself, you were awesome on "In Harm's Way" and I look forward to seeing you again on Star Trek's Phase II as another character. I know you will do superbly on whatever character you play. I hope I will have the fortune of meeting you someday, maybe if you can come to the future Star Trek convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.
- Monday, July 14, 2008 10:37 AM (EST)
Hey Luna !! Just wanted to say thank you for such a wonderful performance at the 'Enemy Starfleet' shoot and what a privilege to work with you in person! Also thank you again for the salmon meal. I enjoyed it very much! Hope we will see you again in the immediate future.
All the best,
James Avalos, aka Jami <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, July 13, 2008 9:14 PM (EST)
Hi. Great pictures! (sometimes more than I want to remember). Your kindness and generosity (offering me half of your dinner) will not be forgotten. I hope someday you are able come back.
Jay Storey <email@example.com>
- Sunday, July 13, 2008 8:44 PM (EST)
Hi Luna! It was wonderful seeing you again when you came to the Star Trek Phase 2: Enemy Starfleet shoot (and I was awestruck you remembered my name from our premiere!!! Wow!). It was such a pleasure working, chatting and hanging out with you - our entire lighting team so appreciates the time we spent with you! Your kind heart, humor and good nature made us all feel special!!! You're one amazing lady, and I hope we see you at another shoot!!!
Rob (the one in your pics advising Bobby Rice) <Robert.Mauro@gmail.com>
- Sunday, July 13, 2008 7:14 PM (EST)
Thanks again for coming to play in our sandbox in Port Henry! It was an honor to have you there and I can't wait to see you again at the premiere screening. :-)
Mark the Security guy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sunday, July 13, 2008 5:02 PM (EST)
Just wanted to say how wonderful it was to meet you and have the opportunity to see you perform in our latest episode. You are an amazing, gracious woman, and we will never forget the time we spent together with you. Thank you for being so kind to our daughter, Jessie.
With love and thanks,
Debbie, Jeff and Jessie <email@example.com>
- Saturday, July 05, 2008 9:57 AM (EST)
Hello BarBara, I just recently watched the DVD of "The Invaders" TV series. I was a kid when that show was on and I had not seen it since. I did not remember that you did an episode. Of course I remember your Star Trek episode. I just want to say that you are one of the most stunningly beautiful women that I have ever seen. I thought you were pretty when I was just a boy watching TV in the sixties, but true appreciation of beauty only comes with age.
God bless you.
- Thursday, July 03, 2008 8:52 PM (EST)
I was awed when I saw you in Port Henry this past weekend (June 21st). Meeting you was the highlight of my weekend even though I love Star Trek and would love to work on the project. I was thrilled to watch the filming of your scene and the other scenes. I was sorry that I did not help the crew more than just a little. I would have loved to sit and talk to you but my mind was all wrapped up in the actual filming. I loved the picture you autographed for Sam and Ruth and the few pictures that my husband snapped when you were in costume. The article in the paper was terrific also. Take care and may God Bless you and yours always.
- Friday, June 27, 2008 4:05 PM (EST)
Dear Luna, I just want to say thank you once again for letting me meet you one on one and to be able to have a photo taken with you at the ScoutCon in Tampa this past Memorial Day weekend. I will always treasure it. Thank you.
Christopher McBride <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Thursday, May 29, 2008 1:09 PM (EST)
BarBara: I'm from Argentina. I love your character as Theresa the tamale vendor in the series Zorro. Thanks to today's technology, a fan can be in direct contact with someone who was involved in those stories of fantasy and innocence. Zorro is still broadcast here every Saturday and although I am 52 years old, I do not miss a single episode. For certain, on this side of the world, you have an unconditional admirer, and I'm sure I'm not the only one.
With much affection,
- Sunday, May 25, 2008 4:35 PM (EDT)
Hi BarBara, I was just watching the Hawaii Five-O episode "A Thousand Pardons You're Dead" and was so captivated I had to look you up on the internet. Glad to see your website. It looks great! I totally remember the Star Trek episode you were in and loved it, but really I enjoyed your performance in the Hawaii Five-O episode! Amazing. I'm a writer (and sometimes actor) myself. Very inspired by shows like Hawaii Five-O and the quality performances in them.
- Saturday, May 24, 2008 8:51 PM (EST)
Luna, I have loved you in so many film and TV roles. I love the TV shows from my childhood in the 60's, and you are one of my favorite actresses. Thank you for bringing to life so many memorable characters. You seem to have a real zest for life. I just wanted to say how lucky your friends and family must be to have you in their lives. I would like to know if your personality is anything like the spirited girl we see in these roles?
From a big fan,
- Saturday, May 10, 2008 12:14 AM (EST)
Just finished reading and enjoying all the many photos on your website. It brought back memories of your entire career. So happy that you are still very active and still involved with many aspects of the business. Congratulations on a long, lasting career in a very tough business. God Bless you.
Pauline E. <PV2Feathers@sbcglobal.net>
- Saturday, May 03, 2008 7:56 PM (EST)
Just a note to thank you for being so nice to Star Trek fans. You no doubt learned early on that once you become a member of the Star Trek family, you're a member for life! And after your memorable appearance in the original series, you were sure to become a Fan Favorite. That "acting job" you had in the 1960s must seem like another lifetime ago . . . you've done so many other things! But isn't it nice to know that you inspire so many happy memories? And what's more, the fans can tell that you are genuinely pleased to meet with them. And, your website seems to demonstrate that you've found something even better than fame and fortune . . . you've found happiness and contentment! Thanks for being loyal to the most loyal fans in T.V. history.
Jeff Smith <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, April 09, 2008 12:54 PM (EST)
Ms. Luna, thanks for being at the New Voyages premiere of "To Serve All My Days: A Night in 1969". You lit up the night. I was so happy to meet you at the premiere. I look forward to working with you this June in NY.
- Monday, March 31, 2008 6:04 PM (EST)
Hello BarBara. I just wanted to say that when I was 8 years old, I played Nagana in the first Theater in the Round production (summer stock) of "South Pacific" at the South Shore Music Circus in Cohasset, MA in 1955! So I know the "Dites-moi" song very well. It was a terrific experience for me and my family. The show was a great success. We played two weeks and then it was brought back by popular demand for a third week at the end of the season. I loved acting as a child but did not pursue it as an adult. I played in several other shows there, among them, "The King and I" in which I played the Buddah as well as one of the Siamese children. All in all my experience at the Music Circus was wonderfull, great childhood memories. I often listen to the record of "South Pacific" and hear your charming voice, and of course I sing along. (ha ha). Well, just thought it was a nice coincidence that we did the same role. Good luck in all your great endeavors.
Barbara Porter <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Friday, March 14, 2008 8:30 PM (EST)
Hi Luna, we just opened season two of "Hawaii Five-O" (one of my all-time favorite TV series) and enjoyed watching your splendid performance in the episode titled, "A Thousand Pardons...You’re Dead!" The scenes with you and James MacArthur were great but so was the defining scene with you and Steve McGarrett, when you decided to go undercover and help Five-O bring down the bad military guy at the center of the scam. A great performace!
- Sunday, February 24, 2008 2:21 PM (EST)
Hello Ms. Luna, on Saturday, February 23rd, at WonderCon in San Francisco, I talked to you about you being very beautiful and down-to-earth for being an actress, and we chatted very briefly about your Broadway experience "coming-up." We then exchanged fliers with both of our current and past work, and I was so flattered that you said you'd check mine out! Please visit me on MySpace.com, if you like. I wrote about our meeting!
Susan A. <email@example.com>
- Saturday, February 23, 2008 4:21 PM (EST)
It was wonderful meeting you today at WonderCon. Thank you so much for your nice comments about my daughter. I'll never forget you stopping me in my tracks with, "Put that child to work!" Your compliments and advice were really touching. Thank you so much.
Shawn and Erin, (the backpacking kid) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, February 23, 2008 12:12 AM (EST)
Hello Luna. (I read that you prefer to be addressed that way). I am a 63 year young retiree from Verizon Communications living now in Florida with my lovely wife of 40 years. I spent most of my career working on Data communications systems for every Federal agency in Washington, DC, including occasionally doing work at the White House, and also many jobs for NASA, including helping them set up their Washington command center for the event when Skylab's orbit degraded and it fell to Earth in Australia. I am not a serious Trekkie, but I have always greatly enjoyed watching the many tv shows over the past 40 years, and I have seen all of the movies and own most of them on tape. Recently, I purchased the complete original series on dvd from Amazon.com and I saw the episode that you so eloquently played in. My thoughts at that moment were, "what a beautiful and talented woman you are". So I found your website and marveled at the many pictures you have here, and also realized how accomplished and compassionate you are with your involvement in your charity work. I salute you! And your efforts to continue the original series to its conclusion through your support of the STNV website. I have downloaded and watched all of the episodes and other material on the website, and have enjoyed all of it. Thank you for all that you are. You are truly a beautiful and talented person.
- Monday, February 04, 2008 5:27 PM (EST)
Gee BarBara, where do I start. Just like a great wine, you truly get better with age.
Chuck Clark <email@example.com>
- Monday, January 14, 2008 10:37 PM (EST)
You are one smokin' woman. There are few women out there my age group who look as stylish and elegant as you. Do you have a single sister? LOL. I enjoy watching you in Hawaii Five-O, Star Trek, and The Invaders.
Carl Snyder, Miami, FL <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, January 06, 2008 8:42 AM (EDT)
Although I must admit I've never been a fan of Star Trek, I saw you perform in many different tv roles as a young boy in the 60's. I remember you in The Wild Wild West, and I believe on The Big Valley. I just wanted to say hello and tell you that after reading more about you, I'm so impressed and want to wish you the best in 2008. You're a wonderful person and still a gorgeous and talented woman.
Michael Zimmerman <email@example.com>
- Saturday, January 05, 2008 8:57 AM (EST)
BarBara, I don't even own a tv anymore, but have SO enjoyed looking through all the shared photos of your friends and family, listening to your song and imagining you there onstage as a teenager, recognizing all the stars from when I DID own a tv who just keep on filling their own and others' lives with joy and affinity. It's amazing that in this so-called modern world you would open up to your fans your life and your old-fashioned enjoyment of the company of others. Seeing all those people surrounding you with the smiles and hugs, it has been made clear to me that this is what life was meant to be--the joy of the company of others, sharing old times and creating memorable new ones. Whatever the magic is, apparently it can be transmitted through your website. Thank you, I am behind you all the way. I believe I would even love to attend one of those "family reunions" someday and perhaps meet you in person. I can't believe I got to see all those western stars again! You go girl.
Jerry Green, South Florida <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, December 10, 2007 5:07 PM (EST)
Ms. Luna, I just fell into this site with your history and many of the great actors and actresses you have worked with. What a great life you have enjoyed, and it looks like you've played it for all it's worth. Live it UP! Oh, and for the record, it was during the Star Trek episode that I too fell in love with you. You are the embodiment of one living a full existence. Thank you for sharing the pictures.
- Friday, December 07, 2007 11:31 AM (EST)
Hello BarBara, just wanted to send you my sincere love and appreciation for all your wonderful work as an actress. You are very talented besides being one of the most beautiful women God ever created. I was glad you made it to at least number 7 in the top women of Star Trek although you deserved to share the honor of first place with Seven of 9! With either of you, resistance would certainly be futile! I will watch for your next appearance at a Star Trek convention and hopefully see you there. I love your site!
Chris Traub <email@example.com>
- Friday, November 30, 2007 1:41 PM (EST)
BarBara, just a quick note to say thanks for gracing us with your presence here at Mountain-Con. We didn't get an opportunity to really meet as I was a guest host for Felix Silla most of the weekend. What a card. It is quite obvious that you really enjoy the conventions and the fans. It is also quite obvious that the conventions and the fans enjoy you. You have a spice for life that few actually attain. Thanks for the show. You will always be welcome in our hearts.
David Thalmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, October 27, 2007 1:22 PM (EST)
Miss Luna, You have the best celebrity website I have ever seen. It is splendid! You seem to know everyone there is in Hollywood; I saw many familiar faces on your website which was a pleasant surprise. I have enjoyed seeing you in movies and television since the early days of your career right up to the present. As a matter of fact, I am watching you right now in "Ship of Fools", which is available on the Showtime channel. So this is a rather singular moment as I send this email. I do congratulate you for the great website and for an even greater career. Stay beautiful.
- Monday, October 22, 2007 12:19 AM (EST)
Hi BarBara, Hey, I caught an episode of The Wild Wild West the other day I had never seen before. And yes this time as last time your voice gave you away. You are so good, it took me a few to pick you out of the other girls. It is always a thrill for me to see you in a role when I'm not expecting it. From Sci-fi feathers to westerns, you're great!
Larry Wetzler <email@example.com>
- Saturday, October 13, 2007 3:31 PM (EST)
I watched an old episode of Mission Impossible yesterday and there you were as gorgeous as ever. Just felt the need to write as a love-struck nice Jewish man in his 40s who used to watch Mirror Mirror constantly.
Gabe Feldman, MD, MBA <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, October 08, 2007 2:24 PM (EST)
Dear Ms. Luna, my friend Jamie and I got to meet you at the BionicCon at the Burbank airport a few months back, and since then, we have just loved you! We just recently watched the movie "Firecreek" and thought we'd send you this note to tell what a wonderful talent we think you are. And thank you for being so nice when we met you! We wish you all the best!
Mark and Jamie <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, September 26, 2007 10:26 PM (EST)
Luna, it was so nice to meet you at Mountain-Con this year. You are a lovely and gracious woman, and I hope to see you at future conventions. May you always "Live Long and Prosper".
Jill Bogler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wednesday, September 26, 2007 4:00 PM (EDT)
Dear Luna, I remember watching Strek Trek as a very small child but didn't recall the 'Mirror Mirror' episode. Recently, I bought the entire series of Star Trek on DVD and have been watching them over the last wo months. Today, I was captivated with the Lt. Marlena Moreau character in the 'Mirror Mirror' episode. I thought, "This back in the 80's woman reminds me of the woman who played on "One Life to Live." The character was a favorite of mine back then. As the Star Trek episode credits were running, I paused to catch your name. So I googled your name and came to this website. I was pleased to see that you attend the Star Trek conventions. I have never been to one but would go just to see you. Too bad Lt. Marlena Moreau didn't become a regular character!!! I listened to part of an interview with you. Did you ever make Boston Legal? If not, in my opinion, they should jump at the opportunity to bring you on the show! Just thought I would write and let you know that I have enjoyed the characters I've seen you play!
- Saturday, September 15, 2007 6:55 PM (EDT)
Hi Luna! :o) I had the pleasure of meeting you at Dragon Con in Atlanta recently. The signed photo and calendar are awesome! David did a terrific job with the calendar! If anyone has a chance to meet Ms. Luna, do so. She is down to earth, very friendly and a pleasure to speak with.
Thanks again and take care!
- Thursday, September 13, 2007 4:37 PM (EST)
I remember watching the original Star Trek series on TV during the mid 60's when I was around five years old. I lost touch with it until now. I love my DVR recorder, because now I am able to record and watch all the Star Trek episodes all over again. And, of course, one of my favorite episodes was Mirror Mirror. I just want to thank you for being part of Star Trek. I do remember this episode when I was very young. Your beauty and elegance really made that episode one to remember. And, just to let you know, you are still beautiful today. Anyway, I just wanted to wish you all the best and to say thank you once again.
Michael Asato <email@example.com>
- Thursday, August 16, 2007 7:25 AM (EST)
BarBara, I just purchased the Hawaii Five-O season 2 video and saw you in the episode "A Thousand Pardons..You're Dead". Funny story: that episode swayed my decision to move to Hawaii. I was on the Mainland and my sister in Hawaii asked me if I would consider moving there. After watching that episode on television, I called her back that day and told her "I will be there". Love your website! As amazing as you were in Hawaii Five-O, you are even more amazing now!
- Sunday, August 05, 2007 1:53 PM (EST)
Hi BarBara, Just got the 2nd season of Hawaii Five-O on DVD and you were in the first episode. Remember running down the beach with James MacArthur? You still look fantastic as you did then. Hope to meet you someday at a collectors show.
David Pancione <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, August 04, 2007 12:16 PM (EDT)
Dear Luna, Just wanted to remind you that you are a wonderful person, (and still a hottie).
John Paul Pinkelman <email@example.com>
- Thursday, August 02, 2007 2:24 AM (EST)
There are but a few in the movie business that possess the qualities of being pretty on the inside as well as the outside. Though I've never met you, I feel I don't have to know this. Few can show these things without having to have nudity involved and then what we see mostly is a naked lady. I have enjoyed your charm and grace over the years as so many others have. Having an access site such as this is an example of being closer to people who love you not only for the way you look, but the way you are. May you be blessed with many years of happiness, love and kindness. God bless you always.
Freddie Webb <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, July 24, 2007 10:37 AM (EST)
Just wanted to write and thank you for putting together such a great collection of photos on your website. As an old original Trek fan, it was really great seeing so many current shots of the many Trek guest stars as well as the other Hollywood greats. One wonders how they look now and it was great seeing so many of them along with you and your radiant smile and inner light. It was an especially nice diversion for me as I am divorced after 26 years, had to leave my son and daughter up in Oregon to move down here for job purposes, and although recently remarried, am having a really rough time adjusting to life without them close by. While up in Portland, I met Rhodes Reason (Flavius Maximus from TOS Bread and Circuses) at a Volunteers of America function and came to develop a friendship with him. He moved up to Oregon from Cal to be near his kids, is 74 now, is quite a character, gives back to the community, and still physically blessed and in great health. He married the director of the Portland Art Museum, plays a lot of golf, drinks Beefeater martinis, sings, and even played the piano with my daughter, who is a concert level pianist. Quite the entertainer.
Anyway, if you're ever in San Diego, please email me. I'd be honored to meet you and take you to lunch.
- Tuesday, July 17, 2007 8:58 AM (EST)
Your recording in "South Pacific" is the earliest memory I have of you, and that was back when I was five years old. Now I'm 51 and I still remember you.
- Thursday, July 05, 2007 11:18 PM (EST)
Ms. Luna; I am turning 60 this year and I'd give an extraneous body part to find a woman that looks like you. We have to be close to the same age.
Nick Dehlinger, Orlando, FL <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, July 04, 2007 11:15 AM (EDT)
Dear Luna, I had the privilege of meeting you at the Star Trek convention in Secaucus in November. It was my first convention and you made it so special for both my husband and myself. You are not only a beautiful woman on the outside, you are beautiful on the inside as well. Your autographed pictures are hanging on my den wall. I treasure the picture that you posed for with my husband and myself as well. You truly made the convention extra special for us. We enjoyed your time on stage as well. It made us both laugh when you spoke to me as I was crossing in front of the stage to take my seat. I couldn't believe you remembered my name!! It was a dream come true for me to attend a convention and we probably won't be able to go to another one any time soon. I've waited my whole life for this experience (I'm 44) and I can't tell you enough just how much you added to it. Thank you so much!
- Tuesday, July 03, 2007 2:56 PM (EST)
I wrote you some 6 years ago and you were so nice to send me an autographed picture of yourself and told me it was nice people still thought you were attractive. Are you kidding?? Your beauty will hold true til you're past 80! I first saw you in Star Trek's "Mirror, Mirror" and said, "Holy cow! Who is this woman?" I've always had an attraction to Asian women but you're the best! I do small video production work in the San Francisco area and it was always a fantasy to have you come and do a guest appearance in one of my films. Even to meet you some time would be a thrill in my old age, lol. Well, I'm only 60 but younger than Bill Shatner, lol. Don't give him a bad time. I don't know, it's something about the way you turn or that smile of yours that melts my heart. Do you have a lot of family in the Philipines? I've wanted to visit Cebu. Have a great week and I know you don't have a chance to respond to everyone but just wanted to say again how much I enjoy your talents and good looks. Take care.
A Loyal Fan! <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, June 11, 2007 6:20 PM (EST)
BarBara, I remember you from years ago in Dallas, Tx. You're still as beautiful as you were 50 years ago.
Rick Thornton <email@example.com>
- Sunday, June 10, 2007 5:32 PM (EST)
Don't know how you do it, but you did! As beautiful as ever. You looked fabulous in the original Star Trek episode, "Mirror, Mirror", and you look even more so today.
The best to you.
- Wednesday, May 30, 2007 2:26 PM (EST)
Dear Barbara Luna, it took me 30 years to find out who played the role of that wild and beautiful Nakia that impressed me so much at the age of ten when I saw the Balloon movie. I instantly fell in love with you! My mother still keeps a letter I wrote around 1976 which says,"Mama ist nicht sehr sexy, aber es geht. Besser als Nakia ist sie nicht" (Mama isn't too sexy, but it's o.k.. She is not better than Nakia").
All best wishes for you,
Jochen Stephan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Friday, May 25, 2007 10:40 AM (EST)
It was so much fun to get to meet you at The Motor City Comic Con last Saturday. Thank you for taking the time to speak and take a picture with me. I hope you come back someday, I'd love to meet you again.
David Wenberg <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, May 22, 2007 8:10 PM (EST)
Hello BarBara, thank you for allowing me to meet and admire you at the Motor City Comic Convention. It was great talking with you and getting a photo taken, along with the autographed photo and calendar.
Joe Czerniakowski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, May 20, 2007 4:09 PM (EST)
It was wonderful meeting you in Minneapolis! You were friendly and beautiful too!
- Saturday, May 12, 2007 3:50 AM (EST)
Hi Luna. I finally got to your guestbook. I'm looking forward to seeing you at Minneapolis. You're always a treasure and a delight. ;)
- Tuesday, April 24, 2007 6:25 PM (EST)
Ms. Luna, I too am such a fan, and was delighted to find your website. I've always been a fan of Zorro and Star Trek, and know your work from both, and know your part in "Ship of Fools". Your beauty was always known, and your talent showed through. You breezed thru the "Luau" in Beverly Hills once, where we met Doug McClure, and showed your sweetness by stopping to say hello. It was such a thrill to have met you briefly, and I have always remembered it. I was a Polynesian dancer once for Poncie Ponce, and told him once about the meeting, and he said you were the sweetest person ever, and that you both played poker together. So many people seem to have such lovely memories of you, from fans to famous ones, and you seem to handle your poise with such dignity of the star that you are. Please know it is all appreciated by this fan. Best wishes for you always, and please continue to have the best star website of them all.
- Wednesday, April 04, 2007 9:29 PM (EST)
Ms. Luna, I am a long time Trek fan and recently watched the "In Harm's Way" fan film. I know it was a while ago, but I must say you look amazing. I loved you in Mirror Mirror and though your scene in the fan film was short, it was still captivating. May you find happiness in anything you do.
Clayton Ikler <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, March 21, 2007 2:07 PM (EST)
Dear Ms. Luna, I am a big fan of The Big Valley and I just saw you in your portrayal of Miranda. You are so beautiful! I just found your website and you are just as beautiful now. (Maybe even more so). I live in Glendale, Ca. By any chance, will you be doing any type of appearance near here? Don't worry, I'm not some crazy fan. I am in the real estate and mortgage business. It would be very exciting to meet you in person. I hope one day to fulfill my dream!
- Monday, March 12, 2007 12:35 AM (EST)
Luna, I regret that it has taken me nearly four months, but, thank you so much for the autographed photo and calendar at the Secaucus Convention! It was great meeting you and talking to you. You haven't aged a day. The calendar always reminds me of that great day. For the first few weeks after the convention, the photo of the both of us was my profile photo on Facebook! I have since finished my other book. If you ever find yourself in Da Bronx or NYC, let me know, I'll show it to you and take you to a nice dinner. That reminds me, would you like the photo for your album? Let me know, I'll be happy to send it ASAP.
Thanks again for everything.
Sincerely and Most Cordially Yours,
Joe Schneiderman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, March 06, 2007 10:08 PM (EST)
I just watched The Time of the Hawk: Part 1 & 2 for the first time in about 25 years. I loved Buck Rogers when I first saw it back in 1978. I was 13 at the time. I think I went to see it at the show about 12 times. When it came on television I thought, great! After watching Part 2 of The Time of The Hawk and seeing you in it, I thought, wasn`t Barbara Luna in Star Trek? The next day it was still on my mind and I wanted to check it out on the IMDB. I was right! You are in Star Trek (TOS). But I saw you in Buck Rogers before I ever watched Star Trek. Then I found this website with your great little song which I found myself singing along. Great song! Great photos! And a very nice place to find on the internet. Thanks!
Daryl Lorette <email@example.com>
- Monday, March 05, 2007 3:16 AM (EDT)
Ms. Luna, I just wanted to wish you a very Happy Birthday, today, March 2, 2007. Also, thank you very much for sending me the autographed photo and calendar last month.
Peter Sands <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Friday, March 02, 2007 4:15 PM (EDT)
Dear Ms. Luna, I just found your website, and I wanted to wish you a very happy birthday, and congratulate you on all your success. You always have been an extremely talented and stunningly beautiful woman, and both are amply portrayed in your work. I have been a devoted fan for several years, and it's good to see you're still maintaining a public presence and working toward admirable causes. Kudos, and much love to you!!!! :)
Dave Brannen <email@example.com>
- Thursday, March 01, 2007 3:50 PM (EST)
Hi Ms. Luna. Wow! you still are certainly vibrant and gorgeous, and just as spirited in the Mission Impossible episode I watched recently, "Elena". Did you have any professional dance training? My daughter and I have a dance studio in this small town, and didn't realize you had done so much Broadway. We would love to have you grace our small stage someday. God Bless!
- Sunday, February 25, 2007 11:28 PM (EST)
Happy B/Day to us! Just a week away. March 1st (me) & 2nd (BarBara). I've seen you several times in person, first at a Stella Stevens tribute at the Argyle, then later while Christmas shopping with a friend, and we both exclaimed as we noticed you after you complimented one of us on what we were wearing, "OMG, Maria Roberts!" Your reaction was priceless-a blush and a sweet smile of being acknowledged. Then I said to my friend, "Not only that, but the original Broadway cast of South Pacific", to which you responded with a politely wagged finger, "Very Good!". I have since gained in my collection a West Coast Tour of "SP" in which you played Liat with Mary Martin once again as Nellie, as well as the 1968 Lincoln Center program with you as Anita in "West Side Story". Rumors have it that after "Passions" ends that Andrea Evans might return to "OLTL" as Tina; Any chance that Maria might turn up (at least as a demon) to haunt her former daughter-in-law?
- Saturday, February 24, 2007 11:46 AM (EST)
BarBara, I am watching an old episode of Hawaii Five-O (on KDOC in Orange County, CA.) and you are appearing as Yoko. I was so stunned by your beauty I had to Google your name to see what you are up to today. I enjoyed your site and was happy to learn you had a very active career. It was also interesting to see your beauty has followed you throughout your life.
Jason Babiar <HeyItsBabs@aol.com>
- Thursday, February 22, 2007 2:44 PM (EDT)
Dear BarBara, I loved your site and have been a fan of yours for quite some time. I'm a New York musician currently playing on the new show "In The Heights" (with Priscilla Lopez). When you are in town please come visit us. It would be a real treat! Good luck and I hope to meet you some day.
Dave Richards <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, February 12, 2007 7:28 AM (EST)
My God, you're beautiful. I ran across some some pics of you from a Trek website and remembered my Marlena fantasies when I was a kid. Thought I'd read about the real person. What's in your genes that's graced you with such looks? I could probably find out if I read more of your website, but I can't stop looking at the pictures. I think you're absolutely gorgeous.
All the best,
Steve Wright <email@example.com>
- Saturday, January 20, 2007 3:12 AM (EST)
Dear Ms. Luna: I just saw you in a two part episode of Hawaii Five-O. How excited I was to once again see the beautiful BarBara Luna. I have been a fan of yours since (well, a long time now), and it was refreshing to see you once again. I was never a fan of Star Trek (in any of its incarnations), but I am a big fan of yours. I don't know if you are still acting, but it would be a real joy to see you in some venue again. I hope all is well with you.
- Tuesday, January 16, 2007 3:28 PM (EST)
Hi BarBara, I live in Denver, CO and we get the original Star Trek series every Saturday night at 10pm MST on WB2 (Warner Bros Network on Channel 2). They have the new digitally remastered episodes. The planets look much more realistic, and the Enterprise has a more "sleek" appearance to it. They also have the original series on TVLand now, but those episodes are still in the original format. You probably know all of this already, but just in case, I thought that I would let you know about this new digitally remastered series. I'm 39 years old, and you still look very attractive. I would ask you out on a date in a New York minute, I mean second! I guess you were married to Doug McClure and Alan Arkin? Did you have any children? You also mentioned in the website here that you like sports. I'm a sportsfan myself, but I do follow the pro teams here in Denver. What types of sports and/or teams do you follow? Anyway, I'm still hoping for a Super Bowl rematch between the Broncos and the Giants, even though it won't happen this year. Maybe next year? I hope that you had a great holiday season, and that 2007 is very good to you!
Dean E. Reinfort <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, January 02, 2007 12:41 AM (EST)
Dear Ms. Luna: My husband and I recently bought the first season DVD packs of Wild Wild West and Mission: Impossible and have sooo enjoyed watching them, and to see you in both of them! I had forgotten how much TV you did and am so glad to learn you do so much more. We are also very fond of the Mirror, Mirror ST episode. Maybe someday we will be able to meet you at a convention or catch you at a nightclub singing. Have a great new year and best wishes.
Betsy and Tony Munn <email@example.com>
- Saturday, December 30, 2006 11:23 AM (EST)
Hi BarBara, your website is awesome. You've gone a long way to reach out to your fans - thank you. I remember watching you on Star Trek in the 60s and thinking you were Latina, and thinking you were so attractive and charismatic (and by the way, you're just as beautiful today as you were back then). As an adult, I now realize that your appearances in key character roles back then were very crucial for the self image of many young Hispanic that could relate to you. I'm from California, but I'm living here in NYC attending medical school (I'm an older, non-traditional student). And while I entered medical school late in life (in my late 40s), I think my opportunity to attend is due in no small part to contributions like yours that changed the way people view the role of minorities in American society. I wish you continued health and success in your pursuits.
With warm regards,
Rick Lopez <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, December 30, 2006 2:15 AM (EST)
Love your site Luna! Wishing you and Jimmy a very Happy New Year! Many hugs!!!!
Elizabeth James <Elizabeth.James@citizenpress.net>
- Friday, December 29, 2006 11:48 AM (EDT)
Dear BarBara, the only regret in my life is not knowing you in person. I fell in love with you as a teenager watching an episode of Mission Impossible, "Elena", and now that I'm turning 50, I still think you are the most wonderful lady on earth. I shall visit the convention in London next week as I live in the UK and sincerely hope that I can talk to you, even if only for a short time. My warmest wishes for the New Year.
Dario Puzone <email@example.com>
- Thursday, December 28, 2006 8:30 AM (EST)
Hi, BarBara. I was a huge Doug McClure fan as a young girl. In fact, I am sure Doug was my first love, right before Richard Chamberlain! A friend just sent me a DVD of two Checkmate episodes, and I started reminiscing about Doug and my infatuation with him. I remembered that he had married you and could nearly visualize pictures of the two of you from old TV magazines. The internet is a great thing, and I found your website. I am happy to see that you are leading such an active life, and it was great fun reading your bio and seeing your pictures. Every good wish to you!
Sandi Otte <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, December 18, 2006 11:31 AM (EST)
Hello BarBara! I first met you at a Chiller Theatre Sci-fi convention in Washington D.C. in 1998, and I admit I didn't remember seeing the episode you were in called Mirror, Mirror. I am 40 years old, Star Trek has been on all of my life, but I recently went and bought the whole 60's series on DVD, and I now have seen Mirror, Mirror. You are as gorgeous now as you were then!!!
Ronald Neal <email@example.com>
- Monday, December 18, 2006 10:19 AM (EST)
Hello BarBara, thanks for the wonderful time that we spent with you at the Star Trek convention in Secaucus. It was a blast to see you again and that you remember me from all those years ago. My wife had fun spending time with the Four Ladies as we called you all. It was just a good time. We were hoping to go to London next month for the next convention, tis cannot be. Maybe next time. We love you and wish you all the best for the coming year.
God bless you,
Manuel & BarBara Arroyo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, December 12, 2006 5:51 PM (EST)
Hi BarBara! Many hugs from Argentina! I love your career. I saw many films of you like a film with Frank Sinatra and Spencer Tracy. I love your appearance on Zorro, you sing very nice. I hope you visit my country very soon. I live in the northwest of Argentina in a small state named Tucuman.
I send you all my love!
- Wednesday, December 06, 2006 7:44 AM (EST)
Hello there. This is the New Zealand guy who sat next to you on the flight from New York. It was a pleasure to meet you and to chat. You were quite charming and then to find out that you were famous! I shall dine out on the fact that I met you for some time.
Charles Sampson <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, November 21, 2006 1:59 PM (EST)
Ms. Luna, Wonderful to meet with you and touch a part of growing up. The unforgettable moments of being able to escort you through the show to your meeting and back is already a treasured memory. Many, many thanks. I wish you the best and hope to see you again soon.
Daniel Murray <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, November 20, 2006 9:58 AM (EDT)
Hi Barb, saw you at the Trek convention in Secaucus a few weeks ago. You gave me some very nice pictures. My wife and I both enjoyed you. Hope to see you next year. Although this was my first Trek convention ever, I don't see how I could ever miss another one. I just wanted to let you know I was going to ask you to join us for breakfast that morning as it seemed like you were a little lost among us commoners. If Malachi hadn't come down, I would have invited you over, but I understand how you would be more comfortable amongst your own, so I didn't ask. I just wanted you to know you made us feel welcome amongst the stars and I sort of felt funny about talking to any of them until I talked to you. You made it easy to feel like we were family. Thank you for being there and for being so damn hot!!
Tony Falvo <email@example.com>
- Saturday, November 18, 2006 2:01 PM (EST)
Ms. Luna, like many, I saw you as Marlena Moreau in "Mirror Mirror", one of the all-time great episodes of the original series. Your character has always been one of my Star Trek universe's favorites. I am glad I decided to look for a website. I always thought Marlena and Spock would hook up and conquer the 'Mirror' universe! (I didn't know you were in an animated episode of Star Trek until I found this website. I'll have to watch it.) You are still beautiful (although I prefer the dark hair). Thank you for this opportunity to tell you how much I have enjoyed your work. Perhaps one day I will meet you at a convention!
Live long and prosper, peace and long life,
- Wednesday, November 08, 2006 11:32 AM (EST)
Hello Miss Luna, I remember seeing you in a Star Trek episode back when I was only five years old, and back then I really felt that you were simply the world's most stunning woman. Then I saw you sometime later in an episode of Wild Wild West and again, your beauty was just absolutely breathtaking. Then I saw you again in a movie called The Concrete Jungle, and that's when you proved to me that not only are you the most beautiful woman in all of Hollywood, but you are also a real class act as well. (The character that you played in that film has to be the fantasy of just about the entire population of the United States!) And now I am able to see current, updated pictures of you that have been posted on your website, and Bhave been posted on your website, and BarBara I must say, you are still as shockingly radiant and as stunning as ever! It is also very refreshing to see someone who has a personality and spirit that matches their external appearance, for you seem to come across as one of the friendliest people on Earth. Thank you so much for providing so many moments of television entertainment that has riveted millions of people to their TV sets, mesmerized and hypnotized by your beauty and magnetic persona! You keep up the good work and may you have many, many more years of happiness and prosperity. The world needs good people. The world needs BarBara Luna!
John Susoeff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, November 05, 2006 4:28 PM (EST)
Hello, I just learned that you are planning on appearing at the Motor City Convention in 2007. My girlfriend and I attend the conventions and look forward to meeting you. If you have not been there before, let me tell you, it is really nice there at the new convention center. I hope you have a nice fall/winter and I look forward to meeting you next year.
Tony Toth <email@example.com>
- Monday, October 23, 2006 8:10 AM (EST)
Hi BarBara! Terrific website. Back in the early 90's, I recall you performing your cabaret act at a small place on West 28th Street. I think the club was called "The Ballroom." You were great that night. Do you still perform your cabaret act? If not, you should.
Peace and good health from New York.
Robert Braisted <Brobertmila@aol.com>
- Sunday, October 22, 2006 12:54 AM (EDT)
Hi BarBara! I really enjoyed meeting you at the 40th Anniversary Convention in Chicago, as did my son Taylor, and my dad. The picture of you with my dad is now on his wall and I'm sure will be treasured forever.
Amanda Dixon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wednesday, October 18, 2006 9:55 AM (EST)
I just wanted to say two things to BarBara. One, this site is teriffic. It was a blast looking through the pictures and seeing what many of my old favorite stars look like today. Two, I wanted to thank you for coming back to play Veronica in the first episode of "Star Trek: New Voyages". It was a great performance, and I think you showed the world you're not only a beautiful lady, but a class act all the way. Stay as sweet as you are!
Mike Walker <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, September 20, 2006 8:07 PM (EST)
You don't know how happy I am that you're coming to Chiller next month once again. You may not know my name, but I'm that dark chap that presented Grace Lee Whitney with an artwork on her characters, remember? I also sang the Tamales song from "Zorro" to you. You'll know it when you hear me again. See you in a few weeks.
Keith Sewell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, September 16, 2006 11:02 AM (EST)
I was getting ready for work this morning and heard you on The Joey Reynolds Show and it brought back fond memories of watching you on Star Trek. His constant comments on how good you look and the fact that I had an insatiable crush on you as an eight year old boy, prompted me to check out your website. I must say that even though I have been happily married for almost 25 years to a wonderful woman and am now a grandfather, I still have that crush on you. You are truly an elegant, talented and beautiful woman. Hey, if my bride can swoon over Patrick Swayze, I can certainly dream about you.
Best wishes, Peace and Love.
Your Forever Fan,
Tony Berkheimer <email@example.com>
- Thursday, September 14, 2006 4:41 AM (EDT)
What a delight it will be for me to see you again at Chiller Theatre this October. We last worked together in N.Y. about two years ago and it was a joyous two days for me. See you soon.
Steve Dash - The Real Jason - Friday the 13th, Part 2 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Friday, September 08, 2006 10:49 AM (EDT)
I just watched "The Devil at 4 O'Clock." It's always been a favorite. Very entertaining. I thought I'd look you up and see what you've been up to the last 45 years. Glad to see you're still working and still as lovely as ever!
Jim V. <email@example.com>
- Monday, September 04, 2006 1:58 AM (EST)
I hear you will be at the Star Trek Convention in Chicago next weekend. I very much hope I will get a chance to meet/see you. It will be my very first convention although I have been watching Star Trek since the 70's. You were terrific as Lt. Moreau. Thank you.
- Saturday, September 02, 2006 1:54 PM (EDT)
For what it's worth, I was the person you called to check on your hotel reservations for an upcoming event at a Wyndham hotel. After you said you were doing celebrity signings, I decided to see if you had a website, and here one is! Thanks for being so nice to a complete stranger. It really is appreciated. :)
Ria Bridges <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, September 02, 2006 11:18 AM (EST)
Dear BarBara, I too met you during the Star Trek convention, but not actually AT the convention. You and I chatted in the lobby of the Sahara while we were waiting for our rides. I had confessed that I wasn't a Trekkie and had come to the convention to see Scott Bakula, but you were very gracious anyway. :) I truly enjoyed our chat, and I wanted to let you know that when I left the hotel, I was thinking, "Wow... now that woman is a class act." I was really tickled to have met you. It was an honor.
Heather from Minnesota < email@example.com>
- Thursday, August 24, 2006 5:55 PM (EST)
Dear Luna! I wanted to send you a quick note to say what a pleasure it was to meet you at the Las Vegas Trek convention. I hope you remember me. I was the guy in the American flag t-shirt. You were very gracious and a pleasure to talk to. I love the autographed picture. I wanted to let you know that the picture I took at your signing table turned out great. You look mah-velous! You even make me look good in it :-)
Your new fan,
- Monday, August 21, 2006 10:42 PM (EDT)
Hello Luna, Thanks so much for letting us stop by to chat with you at the convention in Las Vegas. As we said in our message back in February, your beauty is ageless, but more than that, we were moved by your patience and kindness with all who stopped by, your sense of humor, and your positive outlook on life. Our best wishes to you, and we hope we'll get to see you again, maybe at a future Miss Roanoke Pageant!
Matt Battison and Rhythm Sarmiento <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, August 21, 2006 9:57 AM (EST)
Hi BarBara, It was such a pleasure meeting you. I had the most fun ever at a con that we've exhibited at. Thank you for being so kind. I hope you enjoy the print :o) My son was thrilled that I had given it to you. I took your advice and I will be in Las Vegas in a couple of weeks. I will definitely stop and say hello. Stay as fabulous as you are. I read all that you've done...what a wonderful history. Once again, thank you for sharing your life with so many. If you ever get a chance to reply, I'll send you the pictures I took with you and the other Star Trek folks.
Judy Prestin <email@example.com>
- Monday, July 31, 2006 at 20:32:41 (EST)
Just happened to catch the movie "Concrete Jungle" and to my surprise the role of Cat was played by the very lovely BarBara Luna. I was very fortunate to have the pleasure of meeting you at a Star Trek convention in Minneapolis, Minnesota (2001). The following year I attended the convention again and I couldn't believe you had remembered me from the previous one. Out of all the stars I have met in my lifetime (conventions), no one will be as special to me as you were. Thank you so much for the kindness you've shown to a fan who will never forget the time he met the wonderful BarBara Luna!
Ray Cota (Fortunate Fan) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, July 22, 2006 at 14:17:55 (EDT)
Hi BarBara, I watched the Star Trek episode, "Mirror, Mirror" for the first time when I was six years old and thought you were the most beautiful woman that has ever lived. After watching it again today I realize that's as true today as it was in 1967. I can't wait to see you on stage or the screen again.
- Wednesday, July 5, 2006 at 00:07:20 (EDT)
Hello Luna, I was watching a Star Trek marathon today and saw the classic episode, "Mirror Mirror". I wanted to post a message to you complementing you on your performance and accomplished career. I live in Dallas and have been a longtime fan of your work--primarily because unlike most stars, you have a warm, personable demeanor and continue to have an ongoing zest for life!
Best wishes to you!
Brett Elson <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, July 4, 2006 at 16:49:20 (EST)
Dear BarBara, just saw you on The Wild Wild West, episode "The Night of the Deadly Bed". You're drop-dead gorgeous and I had to look you up on the web. You are truly blessed. Have fun!
- Monday, June 26, 2006 at 23:13:36 (EST)
Thanks for being a good actress and entertaining me when I was young. Most people will probably remember you from "Star Trek", but to me, you will always be the tempestuous Theresa in "Zorro".
Your young fan,
- Friday, June 23, 2006 at 19:13:02 (EST)
You're the best! We just love you and are thrilled to see pics of you here. You're so beautiful. Thanks for being such a great actress. Your part in "Star Trek" was perfect.
Ron & Arcelina <Rshanko@aol.com>
- Tuesday, June 20, 2006 at 11:28:45 (EST)
Hi Barbara, Greetings to a real star! I met you at STARCON '95 in Pasadena, California and we had a photo taken together which turned out very nicely. I would love for you to see it! I have worked in and out of show biz, as an actor and production assistant, and special effects assistant. I also have been a radio deejay and TV show host. Lately I have gone fully into writing and last year (2005) finished my first professional Hollywood screenplay which is now registered with the WGA. I am also considering doing some acting again in character parts. I would love to see you again!
Don J. Long, Los Angeles, CA. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Friday, June 16, 2006 at 14:46:47 (EST)
Ms. Luna, what a great website! I really enjoyed all the photos. Thank you for sharing them.
Clay Pruitt, Oklahoma <email@example.com>
- Saturday, June 10, 2006 at 12:06:57 (EDT)
You're truly an actress. "Five Weeks in a Balloon", I fell in love with you. I have followed you throughout most of your career. Ms. Luna, you are as beautiful in your acting as you are a person. I only wish I could have met you in person.
John G. Mavris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Friday, June 9, 2006 at 16:12:38 (EST)
Dear Ms. Luna: You still look fantastic in your recent photos and I really enjoyed browsing your official website. It must have been incredible working with Frank Sinatra and Spencer Tracy in "Devil at Four O' Clock".
Phillip E. Hardy <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, June 7, 2006 at 20:29:51 (EST)
Dear Ms. Luna, My husband and I have been married almost 40 years and we saw you on many tv shows of that wonderful era. I believe, not sure, but that you were also married to another favorite of ours, Doug McClure? The television shows back then seemed so innocent compared to today's standards, but they were wonderful shows and wonderful times. Just wanted you to know how much we enjoyed seeing you.
Thanks for your time,
Carol & Ron Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Thursday, May 25, 2006 at 06:54:41 (EDT)
que bella Luna! (Moonstruck). I see you are returning to our fair city this September, (Star Trek 40th, Chicago). You are always one of my favorites at these conventions, as you light up whatever room you are in. Looking forward to seeing you again!
Leigh Barrett <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, May 23, 2006 at 14:06:31 (EST)
Hi Luna: I have seen a great deal of your work. My favorite is "Miranda". You and Peter Breck looked great together. I have seen this episode over 50 times and appreciate it more each time.
John Burke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, May 23, 2006 at 12:53:34 (EST)
Dear Ms. Luna, we met some years ago here in NY. You stayed at the Essex House and gave me an autographed photo which has hung on my wall ever since. You are more lovely than that day we met. You're a warm and friendly person. You were so very nice to me and I was so happy to have met you. I am a great fan of Star Trek and have met a few of the stars; George Takei, William Shatner, LeVar Burton, Nana Visitor, David Opatoshu and my BarBara Luna. I am hoping that Art Asylum will make a Lt. Marlena Moreau doll. Let's make it happen! I have met many stars over my years in working in hotels, but you have been one to remember and hard to forget. Thank you.
My best wishes and may God bess you.
Manuel Arroyo <email@example.com>
- Friday, May 19, 2006 at 20:53:06 (EST)
Was watching Movieplex the other day and always liked the show, The Big Valley and they play one episode a week and as it happens they played "Miranda". Of course, Barb, you were the main character who falls eventually for Nick Barkely in that episode, but how funny and ironic, given current events about immigrants pushing for reforms, that the episode you were in mirrored current events in a weird way, cause Miranda, in her own way, wanted the same thing 100 years before! Pretty cool. Anyway Barb, I've enjoyed your acting over the years, Star Trek, Outer Limits, lots of sitcoms, of course Big Valley, and just wanted to wish you the best.
Brad Pope <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Saturday, May 6, 2006 at 09:39:01 (EST)
You are the best! And "Mirror, Mirror" is my favorite all-time Trek episode. I wish that one became a movie. If it isn't an imposition, could I please have a personalized autograph? It would make my year!
All my best,
Bobby Wilson <Excess57@aol.com>
- Monday, April 17, 2006 at 03:30:51 (EST)
What a wonderful talent! I think I was 10 when I saw you on "Star Trek" and I'm still in love. Some people have so much to give and you are one of those people. Your extraordinary and blessed life has touched so many people. I'm glad you are still working and hope your life is full of love, light and happiness.
- Monday, April 17, 2006 at 00:33:42 (EDT)
Nice to see you playing in Trek again! Just saw you in "New Voyages" episode "In Harm's Way". It was very nice to see both you and William Windom (reprising his Commodore Matt Decker role) in action again.
Rich Taylor <Warhawk1130@msn.com>
- Saturday, April 15, 2006 at 12:02:39 (EDT)
Dear BarBara, What a great website! You look wonderful, and are as beautiful on the inside as you are on the outside. Miss seeing you, and hope to see you at Hef's 80th Birthday party at the Mansion.
Your fan, with so much love,
Barbara Leigh <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, April 4, 2006 at 11:38:39 (EST)
Dear Ms. Luna: I have appreciated your work for many years. I just saw "The Devil At 4 O'Clock" and that caused me to look you up on imdb.com and to search the Web to see what you've been up to. This led me to your website. Let me say first that I have long considered you an unappreciated treasure in the American film industry. Not only are you physically beautiful, but your spirit seems to come out clearly in your portrayals. Not being a fan of Sci-Fi or daytime drama, I have not seen much of your television work, so I can't address it. I'm sure, however, that you did your usual fine job, and judging by the letters on your website, you've made a lot of people happy, as you have me. After all, isn't that what it's all about? It's my feeling that if you had come along later, you'd have been a BIG international film star, given your beauty and enormous talent. However, after giving it some thought, I feel you have performed a great service by inspiring people who have come after you to break down racial and gender barriers, both in the Industry and society at large. In closing, let me say that I hope to see you soon in some new project. Good luck in all your future endeavors.
Eric H. Marcoux <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, March 18, 2006 at 06:10:11 (EST)
Hi, BarBara!! You must come to Cleveland, sometime!! My friend Tom Smith and I would love to see you visit our city, as we have comedy and act clubs here, as well as the Playhouse Square Theater!! Last April 6th, Tom and I joined six other friends in New York City to celebrate Roy Thinnes's 67th birthday by having a testimonial dinner held in his honor. Most of us who were there are loyal and strong fans of "The Invaders", in which you appeared in the episode, 'Storm'. Since there are 'Star Trek"' conventions that you make appearances at, what do you think of the idea of hosting an "Invaders" convention??? You and Roy looked great together!!
Lindsay Swiatkowski and Tom Smith <email@example.com>
- Thursday, March 16, 2006 at 00:23:32 (EDT)
We, the ISS Hornet, will be at Creation's convention on August 20th in FULL Mirror Mirror uniform. Your website states you will be there, but we just wanted to make sure you are there on Sunday, the last day of the con. Cannot wait to meet you!
Captain Wilson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, March 14, 2006 at 20:30:57 (EDT)
Hello, In all honesty, I did not know who you were as I did not watch alot of television growing up and still really don't. But, so many people have told me, "there's someone famous with your name" that I finally typed it in and your website popped up. You are a very nice looking woman. I like the look of your website.
Barbara Luna too! <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, March 8, 2006 at 21:58:11 (EDT)
It's great to see you're doing so well. My wife Elaine and I met you at a Trek convention in Indianapolis a couple years ago. You were very friendly and gracious, and it was an honor to meet you. My wife's cousin is Grace Lee Whitney. We drove down from Detroit to see her at the that same convention. Elaine passed away this past September from cancer. When I saw a notice in the news that today was your birthday, it brought back nice memories of that weekend. Best wishes on your birthday and the coming years.
Thomas Hissong <THissong@aol.com>
- Thursday, March 2, 2006 at 21:21:09 (EDT)
Hi BarBara, Geez....what can I say except you are amazing! I just watched the episode of Star Trek TOS you were in and yes, you are VERY beautiful.
Best wishes always,
LA Gordon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, February 26, 2006 at 16:00:34 (EDT)
Dear BarBara, My girlfriend and I hope to get out to Vegas in May for your appearance there at the Riviera. However, we are also interested in upcoming events you will participate in that are in Virginia; we figure something must be going on between now and May. Please let us know if there is an event closer to home for us where you will be appearing, and at which, fans seeking to meet you would not be inappropriate. I'm an avid autograph collector and long-time Star Trek fan. I was captivated by your beauty and your charismatic performance in Mirror, Mirror and other television shows while I was a teenager, and my girlfriend and her family have enjoyed watching you in movies and television for years. We recently found your site here, and were amazed at your ageless beauty. We look forward to meeting you in person wherever and whenever possible. Much continued success and best of luck to you from both of us.
Matt and Rhythm
- Thursday, February 23, 2006 at 14:13:55 (EST)
BarBara, just wanted to say you're one of the most beautiful women to ever grace the set of Star Trek.
Best wishes to you!
- Thursday, February 16, 2006 at 04:41:18 (EST)
Hi Luna, how are you? It was nice meeting you at the comic book convention with Steve Dash, aka Jason, last year. My father and I just wanted to say hello and see how you are, and we wanted to know when the next NY convention is that you're gonna be in.
Scott And Richie <email@example.com>
- Sunday, February 5, 2006 at 13:39:30 (EDT)
BarBara, It was great hanging out with you at past Chiller Theatre conventions in New Jersey.
Tony Sassano <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, January 22, 2006 at 23:50:27 (EDT)
BarBara, you are the best. I remember all the great movies you've done. I'm so glad you will always "Love Dougie". You made such a beautiful couple! You both are great actors. Thank You.
Louise and Robert Rufing <email@example.com>
- Thursday, January 12, 2006 at 09:36:28 (EST)
Your website is first-rate in every way. You are a real classy lady. I appreciate your work, especially Marlena.
Paul Burgio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, January 10, 2006 at 00:22:12 (EDT)
When I was a kid, I saw a lot of your fabulous TV work and I always thought and still do, that you are absolutely beautiful, amazing and such a talented actress. I hope you are doing great and just want you to know that I am very happy to be able to send this letter to you. I wish you all the best in 2006. Thank you for this website and thanks for allowing me the pleasure to express my thanks to you.
Sharon Jacobucci <email@example.com>
- Saturday, January 7, 2006 at 00:21:19 (EDT)
Wow! I can't believe that you still look so beautiful! In the sixties, I loved watching your guest appearances on many T.V. shows like Bonanza, Star Trek, and especially The High Chaparral. You and Manolito Montoya were my favorite dream couple! You go, girl!!!
Cynthia Quintanilla <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Friday, January 6, 2006 at 21:45:53 (EST)
Faboulous website BarBara! I am very impressed by the substantive lavish photo album. Well done!
Darren Gilbert <email@example.com>
- Friday, January 6, 2006 at 21:43:36 (EST)
To a beautiful and talented BarBara. May God bless.
- December 30, 2005 at 01:08:07 (EST)
Hey Luna, I checked out your website for the first time today. You really know a lot of famous people! My favorite actor was the late Guy Williams, although the late Frank Gorshin comes in a close second. Thanks for sharing photographs and memories. Stay happy and beautiful!
-Wednesday, December 28, 2005 at 17:06:29 (EDT)
BarBara, Just saw you in the Star Trek New Voyages episode, "In Harm's Way". I couldn't believe it when I saw you in the show, what a kick! In looking through your photos, I noticed you attended the Western North Carolina Film Festival. I wish I had known you were going to be there; I would have attended. Good luck in your career. You're just as beautiful as ever.
Dave, Asheville, NC <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, December 5, 2005 at 10:21:00 (EST)
That episode of Hawaii Five-O is you at your very best. What a knockout.
Jonathon Palmer <email@example.com>
- Thursday, November 24, 2005 at 12:22:27 (EST)
Just wanted to say that I enjoyed both your roles on Star Trek and Buck Rogers In The 25th Century. Both Marlena and Koori are two of the most memorable characters in the hall of science fiction. Would love to see you in another science fiction production sometime in the future. You're definately the hippest and the coolest! Most of all, you're still very beautiful! May you Live Long and Prosper!
Christopher Dalton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, November 12, 2005 at 00:56:42 (EST)
I have just seen an episode of "Hawaii Five-0" with you guest starring. Man, you were hot!!! And you still are today! Lots of luck.
Roy Goodin <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, November 1, 2005 at 16:05:36 (EST)
First saw you in the young stars section of the magazine Who's Who in Hollywood. Have followed your career ever since. Recently watched a "Hawaiian Eye" on the American Life Cable Network in which you played a dance instructor. Your beauty and illuminating smile still shines.
All the best, always.
- Monday, October 31, 2005 at 21:15:46 (EST)
I had a crush on you ever since I saw you on "The Outer Limits" and, "Star Trek". I wish you all the best, and God bless you.
John Pinkelman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, October 16, 2005 at 00:20:33 (EST)
Dear BarBara; I have never met you although I have known of you since 1969 when as an 8 year old I saw you for the first time on Star Trek. Your experience making this favorite episode has a tremendous interest for your fans and those of Trek in general. Perhaps you should write a book? It must still be very fresh in your mind. "Mirror, Mirror" was a "world" unto itself. Both good and evil, promising and hopeless, the making of the episode and your work on it would serve as an important part of Star Trek history. Perhaps you are busy with other more important things now, but I can tell you there is never a day when the beauty of Marlena Moreau and the intrigue of the "good" Enterprise and the "bad" doesn't hold our imagination for that short hour. Thank you for making your memorable mark in a very incredible universe, that of Star Trek.
David DeLaunay, Houston, Texas <email@example.com>
- Sunday, October 2, 2005 at 00:32:21 (EST)
BarBara, your web design is very elegant!
- Monday, September 19, 2005 at 09:45:57 (EDT)
BarBara, even today your beauty is undiminished. You looked so gorgeous in New Voyages it was untrue!
Alan Boyd <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Thursday, September 01, 2005 at 08:42:56 (EDT)
Hi Ms. Luna. I second the thoughts of the other juice man. Come to Arizona. Would love to meet you!
Mike Garson <email@example.com>
- Sunday, August 28, 2005 at 21:16:37 (EDT)
Just one of your many admirers thinking of you.
- Sunday, August 21, 2005 at 11:34:29 (EDT)
Your were one of my favorite actresses when I was growing up. Star Trek always had some of the most exotic looking and beautiful women on the show. You were the most beautiful. You look better today than most women half your age. I hope to see you in person at a convention someday. God bless you!l
Michael L. Stocke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Thursday, August 18, 2005 at 18:54:56 (EDT)
I've recently seen you at the Chiller festival. I have to admit after more than 45+ years in the business, you still can stop a man dead in his tracks. I would like to see more of you either on TV or on the movie screen.
Wayne Bryan <email@example.com>
- Saturday, August 06, 2005 at 00:39:10 (EDT)
Hello Luna! Just dropping by your site to see what you're up to. Still galavanting around the world, I see. LOL. My name is Erik Goodrich and I had the honor of working with you June 04 when I directed 2nd unit for New Voyages. I have to say, I still consider it a high point of my short directing career to have worked with you. You were "AWESOME!" We had too many takes to choose from, which is a good problem to have. I hope you liked how it turned out. I think it was very unique and striking to have you and William Windom play a scene together, even though he was on the TV. ;) Hope you are having a great summer, looking forward to seeing you again at a con or something.
All my best,
Erik Goodrich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Thursday, August 04, 2005 at 16:33:44 (EDT)
Hi BarBara, are you ever coming to Arizona? Loved you in all your movies. Would really enjoy meeting you in person! Good luck.
Pierce Michels <email@example.com>
- Thursday, August 04, 2005 at 12:41:28 (EDT)
I remember my mom watching one of those cowboy shows when I was younger and asking, "Who is that???" referring to BarBara Luna. What a knockout! BarBara STILL looks great.
- Tuesday, August 02, 2005 at 12:26:29 (EDT)
Greetings, Gitana! Being 'Gitano' (Spanish Gypsy) myself, I always thought you should have had the lead role in a film about the great Gypsy dancer, Carmen Amaya since you resemble her. But beyond this, I remember you in two roles that people rarely talk about. The Cubana revoltuionary in the original movie 'Che' with Omar Sharif and the episode of the new "Mission Impossible" that was on tv in the 80's, was it? I think you headed an espionage ring that the IMF team had to destroy. You're best when you're in Latina roles. Hope to see you in more! Adios.
Mace Taxco, author-"Anne Bonney and Mary Read" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, July 31, 2005 at 19:01:04 (EDT)
Hola, Luna. I have just seen your pictures. You look muy bonita. I'll see you soon.
- Wednesday, July 27, 2005 at 00:17:28 (EDT)
Hello, I just watched "Five Weeks in a Balloon" on TV. Must be something like the fifth time I have seen it. It struck me how many times I have seen you in films and TV that I had to look you up on the internet. It was very nice to find that you had a website. Just want to thank you for all your work. You're still one of the most beautiful women I have ever seen. I wish you all the best.
- Saturday, July 16, 2005 at 15:11:55 (EDT)
Hi BarBara, I just watched "Mirror, Mirror" on DVD for the first time. (Had seen it before in TV reruns.) But the performance prompted me to search the web to see what you were up to these days. To my delight I found your website. Great job on the Star Trek episode - it's a classic. Sorry I missed you in Vegas.
Mark Johnson <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, June 28, 2005 at 01:27:21 (EDT)
Hi BarBara. I've been a fan for decades. You're about as beautiful as a woman can be and an excellent actress. I hope to meet you sometime at a Star Trek convention.
Chris Traub <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, June 21, 2005 at 22:07:44 (EDT)
You continue to be as beautiful as ever. Keep smiling BarBara!
Robert Mercado <email@example.com>
- Friday, June 17, 2005 at 19:16:13 (EDT)
It was great to chat with you at Skip E.'s party tonight, as always, you look beautiful. Don't eat the peppers!
Brian Hamilton <brian @ sagactor.com>
- Tuesday, June 07, 2005 at 00:44:14 (EDT)
Ciao BarBara! I am an Italian fan of "Star Trek" and "Zorro" series. You are fantastica! I wish you all the best.
- Monday, June 06, 2005 at 03:23:26 (EDT)
Hi Barbara, I am Norma's daughter Dolly. I am sorry I missed dinner in Vegas but I'm glad you and my mom had a chance to meet and exchange stories. The pictures turned out great. I will see if I can scan them and forward them to you.
Bye Bye for now.
Dolly Cortez <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Thursday, May 19, 2005 at 15:45:34 (EDT)
The year was 1962. I was a student at Fairfax High and had a short-lived friendship with your sister, Carol. I will never forget the evening Carol turned 16. You, Carole, me and even my mother went to a club to see Bobby Darin perform. It was a small club and we had a front table. At one point during his show, he came down to Carol and sang a song to her. And, of course, as I was seated right next to her, I too was in the spotlight. It is an evening I have never forgotten. Carol and I went our separate ways, but the memory of that evening has stayed with me forever. Thank you for that special evening from so long ago.
Pamela Paisley Wulffson <email@example.com>
- Sunday, April 24, 2005 at 15:00:02 (EDT)
Hi, BarBara. I recently saw "Mirror, Mirror" again for the first time in several years and wanted to compliment you on that excellent performance after finding your website. I also enjoyed you in your Wild Wild West episode. You are a very talented and terrific actress.
Gregg Stamey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Thursday, April 21, 2005 at 22:04:46 (EST)
BarBara, I think you're one of the prettiest actresses I've seen in movies (and you're still very pretty). I especially loved you as the blind girl in The Devil at 4 O'Clock and the slave girl in Five Weeks in a Balloon.
Thomas Cresswell <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, March 16, 2005 at 22:20:27 (EST)
Greetings and Felicitations, BarBara! I recently watched “Mirror, Mirror” on the Sci-Fi channel and enjoyed your “Star Trek Insights” interviews. It’s great to see that like Star Trek, your beauty is still bright and radiant.
James C. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, March 08, 2005 at 22:03:19 (EST)
I love your t.v. appearances in "The Outer Limits" and my favorite Star Trek episode, "Mirror-Mirror". I display my 9" "Marlena" action figure with pride. I wish you all the best, BarBara!
Jeffrey Adams <email@example.com>
- Monday, March 07, 2005 at 03:53:35 (EST)
Hi BarBara! I want to wish you a very happy birthday! Here is a picture I took in London 2003. It was very nice to meet you. Good luck with this year's Star Trek Conventions.
- Wednesday, March 02, 2005 at 08:27:30 (EST)
Hi Luna! I've been a fan for some time since the "Zorro" days. You are quite simply exquisite! Enjoyed your performances and just got to see you in "Mission Impossible" yesterday. I was fortunate enough to have seen you in person at "The Love Ride" a few years ago and was able to get a picture of you. All the best to you! Thank you for your beauty and talent!!
- Tuesday, March 01, 2005 at 15:29:11 (EST)
Watched "Ship of Fools" yesterday and wondered, "Who is that incredibly beautiful woman?" So today I found out! :)
- Friday, February 25, 2005 at 09:42:15 (EST)
Wow. I just watched The Outer Limits episode you/she starred in. Drop dead gorgeous, with a very solid, intelligence presence. Very memorable. If you read this, take care, BarBara.
- Monday, January 24, 2005 at 03:42:36 (EST)
Fabulous you are coming back to Vegas in April 2005. I keep missing you at the Hollywood convention shows in L.A. Still have a copy of your appearance in Hawaii Five-O. You look great!
Jon Palmer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wednesday, January 12, 2005 at 18:56:00 (EST)
Hi Luna! Happy New Year! It has always been a pleasure seeing you at various conventions around the country. Your grace and beauty is always present. Hope to see you again in 2005!
- Sunday, January 09, 2005 at 23:46:44 (EST)
Happy New Year, Luna! I hope you are well, happy and busy. I look forward to seeing you again; maybe at another convention either here in Orlando, or maybe somewhere more exotic. I'm now a (semi-) celebrity guest, having recently voiced an audiobook. So you may see me at a nearby table at your next signing. Always,
Jeffrey Breslauer <email@example.com>
- Wednesday, January 05, 2005 at 01:36:32 (EST)
Hi BarBara! Your pic is just lovely and you are looking so great! Hope to see you again soon at a convention, somewhere. We have met once, in Philly. (I am Debbie's sis). Couldn't resist signing this book. Now, I am looking for you to get a script and do a movie. You are a really diverse actress and should be appearing soon! Blessings.
- Monday, December 13, 2004 at 20:22:58 (EST)
Isn't it strange, that after over 40 years I still remember your passionate performance in "The Adventures in Paradise" series. I was but 13 years old then, but it still stays with me occasionally. Take care.
- Saturday, December 11, 2004 at 22:34:51 (EST)
I wish you continued success and health in the future. I hope to meet you in person someday. You are still as beautiful as when I first saw you in "The Devil at 4 O'Clock" as the lovely blind girl Camille.
Richard Gonzalez <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Tuesday, December 07, 2004 at 10:14:20 (EST)
Luna, Greetings again from Las Vegas. I got to meet you here at the Riviera Hotel. In fact, I checked you in. I have interaction with most of the guests at the "Celebrity Slot and Blackjack" Tournament at which you appeared and I just wanted you to know that each and every person you met, mentioned how delightful it was for them. I didn't say anyting when you checked in with me, but "Mirror, Mirror" has always been my favorite episode from that classic show. If I was Jim Kirk, I never would have gone back.
Yours in service, and a fan,
Ed Marshall - The Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas <email@example.com>
- Friday, November 05, 2004 at 22:24:28 (EST)
Hi BarBara! I just happened to be watching a "Wild Wild West" episode and there you were. I wondered if you had a website and you do! You look great!
Gino Catalli <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Saturday, October 02, 2004 at 16:48:52 (EDT)
Hi. Great site. I met you last year in London. Love you always. I think of you when I watch "Mission" and my fave classic episode, "Mirror Mirror". All my love.
Jonny Wyatt <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, September 21, 2004 at 13:13:06 (EDT)
I enjoyed visiting with you while you were in Chicago. Can't believe you stopped being filmed. You could play any role assigned to you. It was both an honor and a pleasure just talking with you. You do have a very friendly disposition and it shows the true warmth of your character. Should you ever come to the Chicago land area again, I would be delighted to meet you for a second time.
Larry Resendez <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Monday, September 13, 2004 at 16:02:49 (EDT)
I just wanted to say that you must be an incredibly versatile actress. While I certainly recall you in some of your many roles, I never realized until looking at your filmography that I had seen the same actress so very many times. You are clearly able to become whatever character you choose, which not only makes you a good actress, it also means you understand how real people act and react to life. On a superficial note, I'd also like to say congratulations on how you've kept up your wonderful appearance through the years. It's a real challenge to stay fit and as good looking as you have done, so I applaud your hard work. It has really paid off for you. Best wishes for your future. I, for one, will look forward to seeing more of you on screen.
- Sunday, August 29, 2004 at 03:23:42 (EDT)
I got to meet BarBara on Sunday and was blown away by how great she looked! I don't know what she's been eating, but everybody should have some. She was also friendly, sweet, and personable. I was very impressed.
Rish Outfield <RishOut@aol.com>
- Tuesday, August 24, 2004 at 12:51:44 (EDT)
Hi BarBara , I play as an extra on "Star Trek: New Voyages". It is a dream come true to be in the same movie with you. I watched the original show when I was a kid. It's like stepping back in time. God bless you. Thank you for making my dream come true.
Ed Abbate - Watertown, NY <email@example.com>
- Tuesday, August 24, 2004 at 10:57:27 (EDT)
Hi Luna: Unlike John Wilson who wanted to be the first to sign your book, I don't have a computer at home, so I have an excuse for being lower on the list! Congrats on your great site. You know how much we all love you and your volumes of work. Getting to meet "the captain's woman" has been something I'd never have expected back in the 1960s when I first watched ST. Since that day, you've brought me daily doses of fun and joy. Thanks so much for being you.
- Monday, July 19, 2004 at 13:53:49 (EDT)
Hi BarBara, I'm so glad that I had the opportunity to visit your website. Looking through it brought back many memories and also emphasized your versatility as a performer. I must admit that my fondest of memories of your are from the Star Trek episode while I was still in high school. I'm still one of your greatest fans even if I never get the chance to meet you.
Dr. Chris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, July 18, 2004 at 12:47:33 (EDT)
Hi, Luna! Congratulations, I need to view all the pages of your site. I can't believe there is another Captain Wilson out there, and he signed your guest book before me! I hate being left behind like that. I have to look for the spot where we submit photos of interest to the site. Some of you dancing would go nicely, I think. I can't make the Vegas con, or the tribute to Jimmy, but our friends will represent me to you, I'm sure.
Hugs and love,
John Wilson <email@example.com>
- Saturday, July 17, 2004 at 19:51:53 (EDT)
I haven't had the pleasure to meet you yet, but I'm sure someday our paths will cross. I enjoyed your website. What a wonderful career you've had. Mahalo / Salamat and Thanks.
Florante Peter Ibanez <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wednesday, July 07, 2004 at 17:58:35 (EDT)
We, the ISS Hornet, hope to see you at Creation in Vegas this July/Aug. We will be in ISS uniforms on Sunday. We sent your webmistress photos from Grand Slam. Hope you had a chance to see them.
Captain Wilson (aka KataH) <email@example.com>
- Monday, June 21, 2004 at 18:52:20 (EDT)
How could I visit your website and not sign your guestbook? You were my favorite stop at the recent Orlando convention. I wanted you to know that I'm a life-long fan.
Jeffrey Breslauer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Sunday, June 20, 2004 at 20:11:18 (EDT)
BarBara! You are the best. I had the opportunity to meet you twice in two months up in Washington and Oregon. You are one of the most fan-friendly guests I have met. I look forward to seeing you at the Northwestshow in Portland this coming September!
Rick Rattie <email@example.com>
- Thursday, June 10, 2004 at 12:55:50 (EDT)
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