"Norma, please. Don't be so self-righteous."

Selina was an American woman living in the area of New York City in the 1990s. She and Frank arrived at a charity dinner for the Metropolitan Foundation for Educational Quality at the City Hotel & Conference Center, and icily greeted her acquaintances Norma and Tom at the table, where an elderly Indiana Jones also sat. Before she sat down, Selina took off her fur coat, which Frank helped her with. At the table, she lit up a cigarette and ordered the veal. After Norma commented coolly on the furs, the veal and smoking, Selina accused her of being self-righteous. Selina's defense about caring about the planet started Jones on a story about a time when shooting an animal was an act of conservation. After Jones recounted his tale about being meeting Theodore Roosevelt on safari in British East Africa, Jones departed, much to the delight of Selina, who felt that Jones' tale was just a fantasy.

Behind the scenes Edit

H. Lee Freeman played Norma in the bookends of one episode of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles: "British East Africa, September 1909".

While the role of Selina is credited in Passion for Life, Selina does not actually appear in the film, as the bookend scenes of the TV episode were cut when the film was assembled.

In the "British East Africa, September 1909" comic, Selina appears without Frank, and has blond hair.


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