CELEBRATING 50 YEARS! Hannibal Heyes in Pictures is a 136-page perfect-bound book featuring more than 150 pictures of Pete Duel as Hannibal Heyes from the 1971 television series, Alias Smith and Jones. Some photos are small, some are full-page, some are color, some are black-and-white. The book is published by the Pete Duel Memorial Site and all proceeds are donated to The Animals Voice in Peter’s name.
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January 4, 2021Laura
Peter Deuel—The Picture Collection is a perfect-bound book containing 200 pages of Pete Duel, more than 300 pictures in all (70 pages of pictures more than appeared in the first picture-book we produced). Exclusive family photos, baby pictures, glimpses of his life from birth till his passing, all in one volume. Compiled by Laura Moretti, creator of the Pete Duel Memorial Site, and Jacqueline and Geoffrey Deuel. 100% OF ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS BOOK ARE DONATED TO THE ANIMALS VOICE IN PETE DUEL’S NAME. *Books will not begin shipping until October 10, 2018. WE ALSO ADDED SOME 8"x10" PHOTOS FOR SALE ...
February 7, 2019Laura
by Peter McDonald, Radio Times, November 4, 1971 Pete Duel admits he often finds himself envious of Hannibal Heyes, the outlaw character he plays in Alias Smith and Jones. "He is hunted by every posse, yet he is still able to laugh. It's something I love him for. I try to be like that, but with so many problems besetting the world, from war to pollution and injustice, I find it difficult to keep smiling." The intense 30-year-old bachelor, the son of a third generation doctor from the rural community of Penfield on America's East coast, lives with three dogs in a ramshackle ...
December 8, 2018Laura
A UK magazine (source unknown), 1972 Universal Studios, where the Alias Smith and Jones series was filmed, carries on as usual. You might think that, in all that hustle and bustle, one actor could easily be forgotten ... but not Pete Duel. Pete was a very special person. Everyone who knew him is agreed on that. But I don’t need to tell you that, because you know from first-hand experience. You may only have seen him on a TV screen, but enough of his unique personality comes through for you to know the sort of guy he must have been in real ...
September 18, 2018Laura
by Hamilton B. Allen; Rochester Times Union, January 31, 1970 Arrival of the picture Generation at the Regent yesterday gave us two reasons to cheer: It's a very entertaining comedy which bridges the generation gap in its audience appeal and provides hometown actor Peter Deuel a top-shelf vehicle in which to make his big-screen debut. His performance captures major interest among the picture's several enticements, a deftly shaded sketching of the intense young photographer Walter Owen who distrusts the Establishment and all American institutions. One would bet that Pete is headed for top stardom if his showing here is a measure ...
September 18, 2018Laura
I've added new videos in the Video Gallery in all areas: Television Series, Guest Appearances, Memorial Videos, Movies & Plays, and Fan Videos. Check out the Video Gallery to enjoy our special man in his various acting performances — with more to come. I've also begun the development of the Picture Gallery.
January 1, 2018Laura
Hello all, I've added Peter’s performance in The Hell With Heroes to the MOVIES page (which now has one movie on it!). Enjoy. More to come...
October 5, 2016Laura