- Pete Duel entries in Unsold Television
Pilots 1955 through 1988
- By Lee Goldbert
1031. The Scavengers (aka How
to Steal an Airplane; aka Only One Day Left Before Tomorrow).
- 2 hours. Airdate: 12/10/72 [sic, 12/10/71].
Production Companies: Public Arts and Universal Television. Director:
Leslie H. Martinson. Executive Producer: Roy Huggins. Producers:
Jo Swerling, Jr. and Carl Pingitore. Writers: Robert Foster and
Phi DeGuere. Music: Pete Rugolo.
- Two adventurers reclaim goods taken
by others and that the law can't return to the rightful owners.
In the pilot, they steal a jet hijacked by a South American dictator.
- Cast: Peter Deuel (as Sam Rollins),
Clinton Greyn (Evan Brice), Sal Mineo (Luis Ortega), Claudine
Longet (Michell Chivot), Katherine Crawford (Jan), Julie Sommars
(Dorothy), Don Diamond (Sgt. Sam).
- 1043. The Young Country.
- 90 min. Airdate: 3/17/70. Production
Companies: Public Arts and Universal Television.
- Director: Roy Huggins. Executive Producer:
Roy Huggins. Producers: Carl Pingitore and Steve Heilpern. Writer:
Roy Huggins. Music: Pete Rugolo.
- The adventures of gambler Stephen Foster
Moody (Roger Davis) who in the pilot tracks down the rightful
heir to $38,000 that belong to a mysterious gunman, played by
Wally Cox. Peter Deuel, as a shady drifter, would have costarred
in the series. Cast: Roger Davis (as Stephen Foster Moody), Peter
Deuel (Honest John Smith), Walter Brennan (Sheriff Matt Fenley),
Joan Hackett (Clementine Hale), Wally Cox (Aaron Grimes/Ira Greebe),
Skip Young (Hotel Manager), Steve Sandor (Parker), Walter Driscoll
Miller (Harvey Fat Chance), Richard Van Fleet (Randy Willis).
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