9 classic actors who would have made great Batman '66 baddies

We would have loved to see Andy Griffith duking it out with Adam West.

Spock once picked up JFK in his cab

Before he navigated the stars, Leonard Nimoy navigated the streets of L.A. as a cab driver.

Critically acclaimed Voyager mission documentary ''It's Quieter in the Twilight'' gets worldwide release

In an unremarkable office space, a select group of aging engineers find themselves at the leading edge of discovery. On May... MORE

James Garner thought Maverick was responsible for limiting his career

He also had a lot to say about television Westerns, implying they were "terrible."

When ''Have Gun - Will Travel'' went viral

The title was meant to be temporary. That changed when audiences heard it.

The final frontiersmen: 6 times Star Trek actors appeared on classic westerns

Six times Enterprise crewmembers traded blasters for revolvers

Here's how William Shatner prepared himself for Star Trek's cancelation

"When I see the sets being dismantled, I know the show's over. It is time to pack up and move on," he said.

Before he was Batman, Adam West guest-starred on Petticoat Junction and Perry Mason

There was no need for him to hide his face and throw on a cape in these roles.

Star Trek actor Avery Brooks' childhood prepared him for his biggest role

Brooks learned many things in his childhood, enabling him to embody the perfect Star Trek leader.

Steve McQueen and Jackie Gleason were buddies in this 1963 comedy film

The two played an inseparable duo in the underrated gem Soldier in the Rain.

Here's why Richard Boone left Hollywood

The lack of productivity and diversity significantly influenced his decision to leave.

A haircut changed DeForest Kelley's whole career

A new look gave Star Trek's DeForest Kelley a new outlook on life.

Clint Eastwood dreamed of owning a ranch after Rawhide

The star enjoyed horsing around for a living, and even said he'd stick to the saddle as long as Rawhide was on air.

Joke's on you — 5 of The Joker's craziest schemes

Joker had lots of hair-brained schemes, but these were the wackiest!

Richard Boone believed actors should fight over roles, not dressing rooms

"Fighting over parts is healthy. It shows that they want to work."

Richard Boone wanted to bring a movie operation to Hawaii

The Western actor became a permanent resident of the island and wanted to create a tropical Hollywood.

A friend from Animal House got Bruce McGill on MacGyver

Originally planned to be in one episode, he would end up with the 3rd most appearances in the series!

11 things you didn't know about Cesar Romero

Far more than just a Joker, the Cuban icon was also a cowboy, cartoon, Disney villain, dancer and World War II vet.

Straight from the Voyager Mess Hall: 5 of Neelix's Best Looking Meals

Would you ever want Neelix to whip you up something special?

Steve McQueen once had a famous feud with his horse

A cowboy is only as good as his horse. But what if his horse is a bit sassy?

Adam West once explained why he didn’t become a TV western star

Here's why he never became the next Maverick or Marshall Matt Dillon.

8 things you didn't know about Lynda Carter

The fearless Lynda Carter actually performed some of her own stunts.

William Shatner acted alongside two of his daughters in Star Trek's ''Miri''

Two Starfleet officers were named after his children, too.

8 DC Characters who made their screen debut on ''Batman''

The 1966 show introduced many of Batman's biggest rogues and allies to the screen.

Steve McQueen had a need for speed and found racing to be relaxing

McQueen liked to go fast. Over 150 mph in a race car kind of fast.

Star Trek's DeForest Kelley thought about becoming a real doctor

The 'Star Trek' doctor once considered becoming a doctor in real life! Dr. McCoy reporting for duty.

5 must-see ''Voyager'' episodes for fans of Captain Janeway

In celebration of Star Trek: Voyager's 28th anniversary, take a look at some standout episodes from Captain Janeway.

10 fascinating facts about Wanted: Dead or Alive star, Steve McQueen

"The King of Cool" was just that. A really cool cowboy who had a love for adventure... and a need for speed.

Clint Eastwood was a big name in Italy during the '60s

Westerns weren't just for Americans. It turns out, Italians loved 'Rawhide' star Clint Eastwood.