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Tom Selleck Interview

On the eve of his induction into the Hall of Great Western Performers, actor/producer Tom Selleck sat down for an interview with Don Reeves. Selleck recounts an incredible career in western filmmaking and what he is up to now. The interview was shot on April 16, 2010 at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.

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3 Comments for “Tom Selleck Interview”

  1. […] Prior to being inducted in to the Hall of Great Western Performers, Tom Selleck sat down with Don Reeves for an interview about his career.  View the entire interview at CAS City. […]

  2. Tom Selleck personifies an aspect of being American that seems, if not fading, at the very least to be less visible as it once was, namely unquestionable strength of character. He projects a rare authenticity of self that represents what young men today seem unwilling or unable to replicate. I would hope that there are as many youth out there as once were who might be capable of that level of self-acceptance and honesty.

  3. Let’s hope Tom keeps the westerns coming! I would love to see Tom play Flint someday soon.

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