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Pete Duel Obituary () - Los Angeles In Memory of PETE DUEL (PETER E. DEUEL) February 24, December 31, With Love Always From His Fans At The Alias Smith And Jones Collection Board Marta Kristen. Peter Ellstrom Deuel (February 24, – December 31, ), known professionally as Pete Duel, was an American stage, television, and film actor, best known for his starring role as outlaw Hannibal Heyes (alias Joshua Smith) in the television series Alias Smith and transvestite.xyz was the older brother of actor Geoffrey Deuel, who is best known for his role in Chisum () and numerous episodic.

Pete Duel (originally spelled Peter Deuel) has been in our hearts for more than forty years—and for some, even longer. For many others, he was discovered just in the past few years when reruns of Alias Smith & Jones were shown on television and Seasons One and Two of the series was released on DVD. And so, for many people doing their research, they only recently learned that Pete died. The Life and Death of Pete Duel.

Directed by Boris Sagal. With Nina Foch, Norman Lloyd, Blythe Danner, Pete Duel. Just before the Salem witch trials, an embittered old woman, who's learned witchcraft, and brings a scarecrow to life, as part of her revenge on the judge who was once her lover. Our fantasies, our imaginations, can take us to dark and ethically compromising places. Much discussion rages about the fine line between erotic desire and mental disorder. In all cases, talk to.

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Nov. 7, -- Very few sexual fantasies are uncommon, with both men and women expressing a wide range of fantasies. Results of a large survey done by investigators at the Université du Québec.