Bits and pieces of an Archive of American Television interview with Robert Vaughn are up on YouTube. The full interviews for the series are lengthy (typically two to three hours) and are intended for notable figures in television to discuss their full careers. Excerpts are put on YouTube to stir interest for would be viewers.
Here are a couple of clips:
If you CLICK HERE, you’ll see a series of clips from the interview, a number related to U.N.C.L.E. If you CLICK HERE you’ll see Vaughn discuss a debate he had with William F. Buckley Jr. on the Firing Line program. By CLICKING HERE you’ll see Vaughn discuss his opposition to the Vietnam War.
And if you CLICK HERE, you can see the entire interview on the Archive of American Television’s Web site.
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