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Peter Carpenter (I) (–1971)


Handsome and muscular 6'3" hunk Peter Carpenter hailed from Oakland, California. Of Spanish and Italian descent, Carpenter was part of the Corbelli family who lived in the East Bay area and was raised in the Catholic faith (the name of his production company Jude Productions was done in tribute to St. Jude Thaddeus, who's the Catholic patron saint... See full bio »

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Known For

Blood Mania
Blood Mania Dr. Craig Cooper
(1970)
Point of Terror
Point of Terror Tony Trelos
(1971)
Vixen!
Vixen! Mountie
(1968)
Love Me Like I Do
Love Me Like I Do Bill Sloane
(1970)

Filmography

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 1971 Point of Terror
Tony Trelos
 1970 Blood Mania
Dr. Craig Cooper
 1970 Love Me Like I Do
Bill Sloane
 1968 Vixen!
Mountie
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 1971 Point of Terror (story)
 1970 Blood Mania (story)
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 1971 Point of Terror (producer)
 1970 Blood Mania (producer)
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 1971 Point of Terror (performer: "This Is . . .", "Lifebeats", "Drifter of the Heart")
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Personal Details

Height:

6' 3" (1.91 m)
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

[on his film Blood Mania (1970)] I'd always admired Alfred Hitchcock pictures, the talent he has for springing the unexpected on his audience. All I knew about filmmaking was from working with Meyer [Russ Meyer]. But instead of just sex and violence, I added a good suspense story, good acting and direction. We've done great business everywhere it's played so far. So I guess the formula works as ... See more »

Trivia:

According to an interview with actress Leslie Simms, Capernter's real first name was Paige. Moreover, Carpenter was a student in an acting class taught by Simms in the 1960's.

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