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Tom Selleck on a Magnum, P.I. Movie: 'I Think That'd Be Great!'

Originally posted 10/16/2015 08:00AM

Tom Selleck would be just fine putting on Thomas Magnum's Hawaiian shirt again.

"If anyone wanted to do a movie and they think I'd still fit for him, I think that'd be great," the former Magnum, P.I. star says in the current issue of PEOPLE.

But that doesn't mean Selleck – whose ninth Jesse Stone film Lost in Paradise premieres Sunday on Hallmark Channel – has been looking for Magnum-esque roles since the show went off the air in 1988.

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Tom Selleck Has Not Named His Mustache (But We Don't Think He'd Mind If You Have)

Tom Selleck Has Not Named His Mustache (But We Don't Think He'd Mind If You Have)

Originally posted 09/28/2014 07:50PM

He says he has no problem being the "godfather of the mustache"

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James Garner: In His Own Words on The Notebook, Maverick and More

James Garner: In His Own Words on The Notebook, Maverick and More

Originally posted 07/21/2014 08:00AM

"There are few people on this planet I have adored as much as Jimmy Garner," Sally Field said of her costar in the 1985 movie Murphy's Romance. "He was a diamond."

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Best Movember Mustaches of the 1980s | Hulk Hogan

The 8 Greatest Mustaches of the '80s

Originally posted 11/18/2013 02:20PM

As you know, it's Movember, and we're looking back at the most outstanding pop culture mustaches of all time.

The 1970s may have ignited the fuzzy upper lip trend, but the 1980s solidified its A-list status. Meet eight '80s 'staches whose iconic status have stood the test of time (and shaving cream).

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Selleck Checks in with Pal Chuck Heston

Originally posted 08/13/2002 01:00PM

The former "Magnum, P.I." star says the screen legend, who announced that he has early signs of Alzheimer's, still has a lot of fight in him.

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Rosie, Selleck Clash

Originally posted 03/02/1999 12:00AM

Rosie O'Donnell said she wanted a peaceful discussion about gun control when actor Tom Selleck came on her show Wednesday. It didn't work out that way. The actor, who has filmed a commercial for the National Rifle Association, got into a heated 10-minute debate with Rosie, a frequent critic of the NRA since the Columbine High School massacre. Selleck, 54, said he believed gun control legislation wouldn't have done anything to prevent the tragedy and that it would be wrong to legislate against guns during a period of national mourning. When O'Donnell, 37, complained about NRA opposition to efforts to ban assault weapons, Selleck said he couldn't speak for the organization. That was when the argument flared up:

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