If you buy an expensive thing and you never use it, I don't think there's a point to it.
More Quotes from Tom Selleck:Popularity is the pocket change of history. The true measure is courage. There will never be another Charlton Heston.
If a guy as good and decent with as much grace as Chuck Heston can stand up for an issue that I think is very important, ... then I certainly could stand up and I plan on remaining a life member for life.
But, you know there's a lot of westerns - not that they were bad - it's just that they can be remade because they're great stories that aren't indelible in an audience's mind when it comes to both the cast and the story.
Saber River was a darker story. That character was at a darker point in his life and was carrying a secret that was kind of eating away at him.
I've never reacted well to other people telling me what to do.
To me, the excitement is in ordering a fine shotgun, going through the process that everybody who has bought one has gone through for 100 years. You order it, you make a significant down payment, and then you wait three or four years for the gun to be custom-made for you.
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Seeing how those companies operate, it didn't amount to a massive vote of confidence in their artists. There was talk of me going to Columbia after that, but nothing happened. I got disillusioned, and I pulled back.