Teen World, August 1971 It's always fun to drop in on friends — and it's even more fun when those friends just happen to be one of the most super-good-looking and super-talented guys around ... namely Pete Duel. Though he's pretty busy, he always has some time for you. So come along and see what happens when you visit with Pete... Your last stop of the day is at a little apartment over a garage in West Hollywood. That's where Pete Duel lives. Though Pete's home is small, it's very comfortable and you can tell right away that he enjoys the simple ... Read More
Pete Duel News Archive: 1971 and Earlier
8 H'WOOD BACHELORS TELL "WHAT A WANT FROM A WOMAN" Movie Stars, August 1967 Peter Deuel: "When I think of the term 'nice girl,' it brings to my mind one who can be compatible with me and my desires and interested in how I feel. While I don't believe in the double standard intellectually, it's a different story emotionally. I do feel that if a girl has committed herself to a relationship with me, then I must in turn commit myself to her, in so far as being faithful. The danger that exists in getting romantically involved at too young an age is ... Read More
TV and Movie Screen, April 1967 But cozy isn't what you could call the relationship shared by Judy Carne and Peter Deuel of Love on a Rooftop. My, those fights on the set insure that each will get the most favorable camera spots! And how Judy can put Peter down just by calling him "Mr. Fats!"
TV Picture Life, April 1967 From Bob Thomas' Hot Line!: Double-dating for a special occasion — the twelfth annual WAIF Ball — were co-hosts Sally Field and Peter Deuel with Roger Ewing, official escort of Jane Tonner, '66 WAIFER of Year. And from Inside TV with Paul Denis: Judy Carne is dating Peter Deuel, as they're on the same show and keep the same hours. But it's platonic, they insist. And Peter has been seeing a lot of blonde Indus Arthur, who used to go steady with handsome Linden Chiles, who is still very friendly with his ex-wife...
by Nella Wise; Photo TV Land, April 1967 Peter Deuel and Judy Carne are having their problems trying to hold their "marriage" together ... By now everyone has fallen in love with David and Julie Willis, TV's Love on a Rooftop newlyweds. These two kids have captured the hearts of the viewers — it was love at first sight. In fact, Peter Deuel and Judy Carne are so convincing as newlyweds that you forget that they're not really married — but believe us, we can't even hint at an off-camera romance between these two stars. A visit to the Rooftop set proves ... Read More
Sally Field and Peter Deuel TV and Movie Screen, April 1967 They're in love — but in a completely different way! Peter, who really prefers older women, met young Sally and flipped — but made it clear that theirs is a strictly for-now kind of romance.
Teen Pin-Ups, April 1972 The two crouched behind a bush at the top of a hill. It was hot: the sun beat down on them, and there was very little breeze to cool the air. Pete Duel, a pair of binoculars up to his eyes, looked down the hillside. At what? Was he girl-watching? Bird-watching? Spying? Suddenly he turned toward Ben Murphy next to him and raised his arm, then brought it down again on Ben's shoulder. Ben, losing his balance, tumbled through the bush and down the hill, rolling over and over and over himself until he landed, still, at the ... Read More
by Sam Collini; Photo TV Land, April 1967 A good part of the fascination people find in the romances of others is the sense of identification. This is particularly true when the average person examines the problems of his heroes — the stars. "Imagine," he says to himself, "those guys have the same trouble that I do!" Suddenly the stars are no longer the remote god-like creatures their publicity has made them seem. They become flesh-and-blood human beings trying to make their own way in the same tough and agonizing world. Skipping over Ryan O'Neal (broken marriage), Roy Thinnes (bad marriage), Chris ... Read More
by Marian Rossi; Photoplay, April 1970 Since Kim Darby's meteoric rise as an actress, reporters have been pounding at her door. When they do get to see her, they walk away with the image of a girl who's basically shy. They write stories about "the insecure Kim Darby," "the man-shy Kim." They point out that Kim's parents were divorced (a bitter divorce, too) by the time she was two years old and that Kim lived with her father's parents, seeing practically nothing of her mother till she was seventeen and very little of her father. So, the interviews leave you with ... Read More
Teen Pin-Ups, April 1972 Pete Duel: Success hasn't changed Pete one bit. In fact, he appreciates the simple pleasures in life more than ever now. Nature still turns him on, so does the thought of sleeping out under the stars. As always, he loves to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and to escape from the polluted water and air. That's why he packs his bags and heads for those wide open spaces every chance he gets!
Teen World, April 1972 Pete Duel and Ben Murphy lead action-packed, adventurous lives on Alias Smith and Jones. And their personal lives are also quite busy and exciting. But they have quiet moments, too — moments of deep, serious thought, times when they ponder their pasts, think about what they're doing right now, and wonder what the future will bring. Want to share them? THE TRAVEL BUG Pete gets wanderlust often. Eventually he hopes to get to travel all over the world, but right now he satisfies himself by hopping into his four-wheel-drive camper and driving off into the country, mountains, plains, desert, ... Read More
by Michael Harp; Silver Screen, April 1970 Can Kim Darby and Pete Duel find the fulfillment they want in marriage? Today they're totally in love at last. Their hopes have brought them the happiness they couldn't reach until now. They won't talk about the heartache that tore them apart for several grim weeks recently. Kim hid how wretched she felt. Pete was just as hurt, secretly, by her decision to not see him again. Their abrupt break-up wasn't detected by the press, but it jolted all their friends. After eight months of constant devotion, Kim was determined that she had to forget ... Read More