Alda, Reynolds Interviews on Google Video

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February 1st, 2015 Update: Google Video no longer exists but the interviews can be found at the Archive of American Television website: Alan Alda, Gene Reynolds.

Google Video, an online archive of television programs and other videos, has teamed up with the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation to make available almost three hundred interviews with television’s most famous actors, actresses, producers and directors. Currently, seventy-five of these interviews are viewable, including interviews with Alan Alda and Gene Reynolds, split into segments about thirty minutes in length.

The Alan Alda video, conducted in November 16th, 2000, is in six parts and involves Alda talking about his father, his early career, and his time on M*A*S*H.

The Gene Reynolds interview, conducted on August 22nd, 2000, is in eleven parts (although one seems to be missing at the moment) and covers all of his television work, including My Three Sons, Hogan’s Heroes and M*A*S*H.

Source: SEJ