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For Pete's Sake (1966)

"For Pete's Sake" is the heartfelt and inspiring story of a man (Robert Sampson) struggling to come to terms with his wife's (Pippa Scott) untimely death... See full synopsis »

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Billy Graham ...
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Gas Station Attendant
Johnny Jensen ...
Attendant's Son
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Attendant's Wife
Sam Groom
Robert Beach
Danny Bravo
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(as Terry Garr)
Cynthia Hull
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"For Pete's Sake" is the heartfelt and inspiring story of a man (Robert Sampson) struggling to come to terms with his wife's (Pippa Scott) untimely death... See full synopsis »

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27 March 1968 (France)  »

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Accroche toi Peter  »

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1.37 : 1
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real characters, struggle with major life changes
11 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

An average family stumbles into Christianity and struggle with all the standard things new Christians find as they start to grow as believers. I totally related to these believable and often funny characters. They deal with death, anger, disappointment, a relationship with a neighbor and many other interesting life-issues. The young pastor learns how to preach. The young bikers without direction are well played by at least one up and coming actress. If you look close in the church scene you will see the grandmother from the television show the Waltons. I recognized the father's mother from the Wizard of Oz movie..I believe she played the wicked witch.


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