Live Forever. Song by Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors.
Alias Smith & Jones Fan Video: The Outsiders
The Outsiders. Song by Needtobreathe.
There’s A Place In The World For A Gambler
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The Name of the Game: The White Birch (Part 1 of 2)
When the Soviets invade Czechoslovakia, magazine owner Glenn Howard is on a tour train, watching history take place around him. Peter plays an activist who enlists him to smuggle a subversive manuscript disguised as the novel Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain out of the occupied country.
Memorial Video: Shine
Song “Shine” by Pat Monahan. December 2011.
Marcus Welby, MD: A Passing of Torches
At age 17, a young Apache agreed to work as a doctor on the reservation if his tribe paid for his college and medical school training. Eight years later he is in conflict over this decision and unsure if he wants to be a doctor at all. Pete plays a man torn between his traditional culture and the mainstream world.
The FBI: False Witness
An eyewitness to a robbery identifies a woman as being the driver of the getaway car. After being released from a couple of days in jail she reluctantly listens to her cynical boyfriend, who convinces her to flee the area with him.
The Psychiatrist: God Bless the Children (Part 1 of 2)
The adults in a beach town ignore widespread narcotics use by local teens until one dies. Dr. James Whitman, a young psychiatrist, comes from Los Angeles to set up an education program. He brings along a junkie on parole, Casey Poe, speculating that the young man’s tragedy may convince the teens of their danger. Poe teeters constantly on the brink …
Love on a Rooftop: Who Is Sylvia?
After having a disturbing dream, Julie wakes up angry and accuses David of having an affair with a woman named Sylvia. David must defend his honor and prove there isn’t a Sylvia in his life — real or imagined.
The Hell With Heroes (Part 1 of 2)
After WWII, a pair of flying buddies has drifted into an aimless life of delivering cargo around North Africa. To quicken their purchase of an airplane, they begin to work for an international smuggler and become entangled with his evil.
The Young Lawyers: The Glass Prison
An ex-junkie is given parole on terms that guarantee that he will fail to keep them. One is that he stay away from his drug-addicted wife. The novice lawyer who defends him tries to make the situation better and finds that parolees have no rights under the system.
Ah Man (See What You’ve Done)
In 1970, Pete narrated this science film pro bono, shedding light on the devastating effects of pollution.
The Name of the Game: The Savage Eye
A radical documentary maker is recording and perhaps provoking action for his latest project, a film about the timber industry. “The Savage Eye” is the only time Pete and his brother, Geoffrey Deuel, acted in the same production.
An advertising executive is shocked to learn that his daughter has married. He insists on visiting and is staggered to find her about to give birth — at home in a New York loft with only her nonconformist husband to help.