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On the Set of True Women - Interview with Powers Boothe (1996)

Jim Ruddy

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  •  Actor Powers Boothe talks about what attracted him to the project, including his Texas upbringing 
  •  On his costar, Dana Delany 
  •  The pioneering spirit 
  •  Boothe describes a recently shot scene 
  •  Modern relevance 
  •  Boothe responds to whether or not he feels the film will appeal to male viewers 
  •  Jim Ruddy asks Boothe if he plans on launching his own perfume 
 
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This footage, taped by Dallas-based director Jim Ruddy for Entertainment Tonight, takes a behind-the-scenes look at the production of True Women, a 1997 television movie. True Women depicts the lives of three prominent Texas women—Sarah McClure (played by Dana Delany), Ephemia Ashby (Annabeth Gish), and Georgia Virginia Lawshe Woods (Angelina Jolie)—from the pioneer days of Texas through the Civil War and Reconstruction. Taped on set in San Antonio in October 1996, this clip features an unedited interview with actor and Texas native Powers Boothe. During the interview, Boothe talks about what attracted him to the project, the story behind a recently shot scene, and why the film will appeal to both male and female viewers.