In 1970, Pete narrated this science film pro bono, shedding light on the devastating effects of pollution.
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I remember this film. I saw it when I was in elementary school. The song has stuck in my head and probably will for the rest of my life. I started singing it again today, so I google searched for it and found this website. His legacy does live through me.
Peter’s participation in this informative and compelling short documentary was indicative of where many of his thoughts and values were placed. Of the many concerns he had, he hated what was happening to the planet due to pollution. Growing up with a healthy appreciation of his country like surroundings in upstate New York gave him an early awareness of the importance of preservation and a respect for a natural, clean environment. And he was far ahead of his time in his thinking and efforts to impress that upon others. He lent his heart as much as his voice to this film as he did with so much of what he believed in.
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The Pete Duel Memorial Site honors the life and talent of actor Pete Duel, mostly known for his portrayal as Hannibal Heyes in the 1970s TV Western, "Alias Smith & Jones."
Duel was also in "Gidget" with Sally Field and "Love on a Rooftop" with Judy Carne — among his many other credits.
For more information, please visit the Pete Duel Memorial Site Home Page.