Fernandez, Peter (Pete Fernandez)

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FERNANDEZ, Peter (Pete Fernandez)


PERSONAL


Born in New York, NY; married Noel Smith, June 3, 1978.


Addresses: Agent c/o Access Talent Agency, 37 East 28th St., Suite 500, New York, NY 10016.


Career: Actor, writer, producer, and director. Worked as a child model for the John Robert Powers Agency; did voice work for television and radio commercials. Sometimes credited as Pete Fernandez. Military service: U.S. Army, technical sergeant, 1946.


CREDITS

Film Appearances:

Frank Cusack, City across the River, MCA/Universal, 1949.

Die Bruecke (also known as The Bridge ), Allied Pictures Corp., 1959.

(Uncredited) Voice of Alakazam, Saiyuki (animated; also known as Alakazam the Great, The Enchanted the Monkey, and The Magic Land of Alakazam ), American International Pictures, 1960.

(Uncredited; English version) Siddhartha, Shaka (also known as Buddha ), Lopert Pictures Corp., 1961.

L'homme de Rio (also known as That Man from Rio and L'uomo del Rio ), Lopert Pictures Corp., 1964.

Dubbing voice, Peur sur la ville (also known as Fear over the City, The Night Caller, and Il poliziotto della brigata criminale ), 1975.

Voices, The Enchanted Journey (animated), Film Gallery, 1984.

(Uncredited) Voice, War and Love (also known as The Children's War ), 1985.

(Uncredited; English dubbed version) Narrator, Tenku no shiro Rapyuta (animated; also known as Castle in the Sky and Laputa: Castle in the Sky ), Buena Vista, 1986.

Voices, Christmas in Cartoontown (animated), UAV Corp., 1996.

Voice, The Secret of Anastasia (animated), UAV Corp., 1997.

Otaku Unite!, 2003.

Film Director:

(English language version) Winnetou1.Teil (also known as Apache Gold, La valle dei lunghi coltelli, Vinetu I, Winnetou I, and Winnetou the Warrior ), Columbia, 1963.

(Uncredited; English version) The Enchanted Journey (animated), Film Gallery, 1984.

Film Voice Director; English Version:

Goha, U.G.C. Worldwide Distribution, 1958.

Bidaya wa nihaya (also known as The Beginning and the End and Dead among the Living ), 1960.

Shaka (also known as Buddha ), Lopert Pictures Corp., 1963.

L'homme de Rio (also known as That Man from Rio and L'uomo del Rio ), United Artists, 1964.

Winnetou2.Teil (also known as Last of the Renegades, Giorni di fuoco, Le tresor des montagnes bleues, Vinetu II, Winnetou II, and Winnetou: Last of the Renegades ), Columbia, 1964.

Il segreto del vestito rosso (also known as Assassination in Rome, Assassinio Made in Italy, and El secreto de Bill North ), Walter Manley Enterprises, 1964.

I misteri della giungla nera (also known as Das Geheimnis der Lederschlinge, Geheimnis der Schlangeninsel, The Mystery of Thug Island, and Snake Hunter Strangler ), Columbia, 1964.

GojiraEbiraMosura: Nankai no daiketto (also known as Big Duel in the North, Big Duel in the North Sea, Ebirah, Horror of the Deep, Ebirah, Terror of the Deep, Godzilla versus the Sea Monster, and The Great South Seas Duel ), Continental Distributing, Inc., 1966.

Kokusai himitsu keisatsu: Zettai zetsumi (also known as International Secret Police: Driven to the Wall, The Killing Bottle, and Zettai zatsumi ), 1967.

(Uncredited) Mimi metallurgico ferito nell'onore (also known as The Seduction of Mimi ), New Line Cinema, 1972.

Film d'amore e d'anarchia, ovvero 'stamattina alle 10 in via dei Fiori nella nota casa di tolleranza ... ' (also known as Film d'amore e d'anarchia and Love and Anarchy ), PeppercornWormser, 1973.

Tutto a posto e niente in ordine (also known as All Screwed Up and Everything Ready, Nothing Works ), New Line Cinema, 1973.

Satsujin ken 2 (also known as Return of the Street Fighter ), New Line Cinema, 1974.

(Uncredited) Stavisky ... (also known as L'empire d'Alexandre and Stavisky, il grande truffatore ), Cinemation Industries, 1974.

Onna hissatsu ken (also known as Female Fighting Fist in Danger, Jo hissatsu ken, Nyo hissatsu ken, Sister Street Fighter, and Women Certain Kill Fist ), New Line Cinema, 1974.

L'Anticristo (also known as The Antichrist and The Tempter ), AVCO Embassy Pictures, 1974.

Piedone a Hong Kong (also known as Flatfoot Goes East and Flatfoot in Hong Kong ), 1975.

JungGwok chiuyan (also known as Chinese Superman, The Infra Superman, InfraMan, and The Super Inframan ), Frontier Entertainments, 1975.

(Uncredited) Bordella, 1976.

Il deserto dei Tartari (also known as Le desert des Tartares, Le desert des Tartars, The Desert of the Tartars, and Die Tartarenwuste ), Quartet Films, 1976.

Il corsaro nero (also known as The Black Pirate ), American International Pictures, 1976.

Un moment d'egarement (also kwon as In a Wild Moment, One Wild Moment, and A Summer Affair ), Quartet Films, 1977.

Une histoire simple (also known as Eine Einfache Geschichte and A Simple Story ), New Line Cinema, 1978.

(Uncredited) Coup de tete (also known as Hothead ), Quartet Films, 1979.

El nido (also known as The Nest ), Quartet Films, 1979.

Le choix des armes (also known as Choice of Arms ), 1981.

Vabank (also known as Hit the Bank and Va banque ), 1981.

Coup de torchon (also known as Clean Slate ), Biograph International, 1981. Le grand pardon, 1982.

Au nom de tous les miens (also known as For Those I Loved ), 1983.

2019Dopo la caduta di New York (also known as 2019 apres la chute de New York, 2019: After the Fall of New York, and After the Fall of New York ), Almi Pictures, 1983.

Un amour de Swann (also known as Eine Liebe von Swann, A Love of Swann, and Swann in Love ), Orion Classics, 1984.

(Uncredited) Ciske de Rat (also known as The Rat ), Concorde, 1984.

Gandahar (also known as Light Years ), Miramax, 1986.

Nuovo cinema Paradiso (also kwon as Cinema Paradiso and Cinema Paradiso: The New Version ), Miramax, 1988.

The Magic Snowman (also known as Bio jednom jedan snesko ), Miramax, 1988.

Al Andalus (also known as Al Andalus, el camino del sol ), 1989.

Topazu (also known as Sex Dreams of Topaz, Tokyo Decadence, and Topaz ), Northern Arts Entertainment, 1992.

Fei zhou chao ren (also known as The Gods Must Be Funny in China ), 1994.

Film Dialogue Director:

Una magnum special per Tony Saitta (also known as .44 Special, Blazing Magnums, Shadows in an Empty Room, A Special Magnum for Tony Saitta, and Strange Shadows in an Empty Room ), American International Pictures, 1976.

(English version) De Stilte rond Christine M. (also known as A Question of Silence ), Quartet Films, 1982.

(English version) Ingenjoer Andrees luftfard (also known as The Flight of the Eagle and Ingenior Anrees luftferd ), Summit, 1982.

Blood Link (also known as Blutspur, Extrasensorial, and The Link ), 1982.

(English version) Bonheur d'occasion (also known as The Tin Flute ), National Film Board of Canada, 1983.

(English version) La diagonale du fou (also known as Dangerous Moves ), International Spectrafilm, 1984.

Film Work; Other:

(English language version) Producer, Elvira Madigan, Cinema V, 1967.

Voice director, Dogs of Hell (also known as Rottweiler and Rottweiler: Dogs of Hell ), Astral Films Limited, 1982.

Cleaner English dialog version, Day of the Dead, United Film Distribution Company, 1985.

Group voices, What's Eating Gilbert Grape, Paramount, 1993.

Voice director, Christmas in Cartoontown (animated), UAV Corp., 1996.

Voice director, The Secret of Anastasia (animated), UAV Corp., 1997.

Dubbing director, Nattens engel (also known as Angel of the Night ), 1998.


Also appeared as additional voices, Hugo the Hippo (animated).

Television Appearances; Series:

Captain Video and His Video Rangers (also known as Captain Video ), DuMont Television Network, 1949.

Son, Leave It to Papa, 1950.

Dorian Grey, Tales of Tomorrow, ABC, 19521953.

Crunch and Des, 1955.

Voices, Jangaru taitei (also known as Jungle Emperor and Kimba the White Lion ), 1965.

Voices, Gigantor (also known as Tetsujin 28go ), syndicated, 1965.

Dr. Mariner/Piper, Marine Boy, syndicated, 1966.

Voice of Speed Racer, James Racer, Racer X, Speed Racer (animated; also known as Mach gogo ), syndicated, 1967.

Voices, The Space Giants (also known as Captain Magma and Monsters from Outer Space ), 1967.

Voices, Ultraman, 1972.

(English dub) Voices, Roboto Taekwon (also known as Robot Taekwon ), 1976.

Voice of Mark Venture, Star Blazers (also known as Space Battleship Yamato ), syndicated, 1979.

Voices, Anime oyako gekijo (also known as Superbook ), CBN, 1981.

Voices, Thunderbirds (also known as Kagaku kyujotai Techno Voyager and Techno Voyager, Scientific Rescue Unit ), 1982.

Voice, Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders (also known as Starla and the Jewel Riders ), syndicated, 1995.

Voices of Benton Tarentella and Robot Randy, Courage the Cowardly Dog (animated), Cartoon Network, 1999.

Obie and Bingie (animated), 2002.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

The cardinal, Les tisserands du pouvoir, 1988.

Television Appearances; Movies:

(Uncredited) Background voices, Skokie (also known as Once They Marched Through a Thousand Towns ), CBS, 1981.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

"Pink Strings and Sealing Wax," Kraft Television Theatre, NBC, 1949.

"Michael and Mary," Kraft Television Theatre, NBC, 1950.

"Those Wonderful People," Armstrong Circle Theatre, NBC, 1951.

Voice of Benton Tarentella, "Queen of the Black Puddle/Everyone Wants to Direct," Courage the Cowardly Dog (animated), Cartoon Network, 2000.

Voice of Robot Randy, "The Magic Tree of Nowhere/Robot Randy," Courage the Cowardly Dog (animated), Cartoon Network, 2000.

Voice of Benton Tarentella, "Fishy Business/Angry Nasty People," Courage the Cowardly Dog (animated), Cartoon Network, 2002.

Television Voice Director; English Language Version;

Series:

(Uncredited) Astroboy, 1963.

Jangaru taitei (also known as Jungle Emperor and Kimba the White Lion ), 1965.

(Uncredited) Gigantor (also known as Tetsujin 28go ), syndicated, 1965.

Marine Boy, syndicated, 1966.

Les chevaliers du ciel (also known as The Aeronauts, Les aventures de Michel Tanguy, and Les aventures de Tanguy et Laverdure ), 1967.

Speed Racer (animated; also known as Mach gogo ), syndicated, 1967.

The Space Giants (animated; also known as Captain Magma and Monsters from Outer Space ), 1967.

(Uncredited) Ultraman, 1972.

Star Blazers (also known as Space Battleship Yamato ), syndicated, 1979.

Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders (also known as Starla and the Jewel Riders ), 1995.

Television Voice Director; Series:

Thunderbirds 2086 (also known as Kagaku kyujotai Techno Voyager and TechnoVoyager, Scientific Research Unit ), 1982.

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (animated), CBS, 1996.

Courage the Cowardly Dog (animated), Cartoon Network, 1999.

Television Dialogue Director; Series:

The Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers (also known as Galaxy Rangers ), 1986.

Television Voice Director; Miniseries:

(English version) Au nom de tous les miens, 1985.

Jalna, 1994.

Television Director; Movies:

(English version) Schreidenn ich werde dich toeten! (also known as Schools' Out ), 1999.

Television Work; Pilots:

Producer, 8 Man, c. 1965.

Television Work; Series:

Additional voices, Astroboy, 1963.

Additional voices, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (animated), CBS, 1996.

Television Work; Episodic:

Directed episodes of the English version of Obie and Bingie.

Stage Appearances:

Wakefield, Whiteoaks, Broadway production, 1938.

Georgie, Love's Old Sweet Song, Broadway production, 1940.

Joshua, Watch on the Rhine, Broadway production, 1941.

Michael, The Damask Cheek, Broadway production, 1942.

Listen, Professor, Broadway production, 1943.

Once upon a Tailor, Broadway production, 1953.

Major Tours:

Pickup Girl, U.S. cities, 1948.

Radio Appearances; Series:

Appeared in Mr. District Attorney; Let's Pretend; Gangbusters; My Best Girls; Superman; Suspense; as George Bigelow, The Aldrich; Jerry, The Sea Hound; various voices, Coast to Coast on a Bus; Skip Allen, The Right to Happiness.

RECORDINGS

Video Games:

Voices of Minstrume Yerin, Elder Banda, Stickman Wick, and Old Alatien Man, The Longest Journey (also known as Den Lengste reisen ), 1999.

WRITINGS

Screenplays:

The Dirty Girls, 1964.

The Alley Cats, 1968.

The Mad Doctor Hump, 1969.

Faire l'amourEmmanuelle et ses soeurs, 1971.

(Uncredited) Stavisky ... (also known as L'Empire d'Alexandre and Stavisky, il grande truffatore ), 1974.

(U.S. version) Puss 'N Boots Travels around the World, 1976.

(Uncredited; English version) Ciske de rat (also known as Ciske the Rat ), 1984.

(English version) The Enchanted Journey, 1984.

(Uncredited; English dubbed version) Gandahar (also known as Light Years ), 1986.

(Dialogue only) Woof!, 1989.

Television Miniseries:

(Uncredited; English dubbed version) Jalna, 1994.

Television Episodes; English dialogue:

(Uncredited) Astroboy (animated), 1963.

(Uncredited) Jangaru taitei (animated; also known as Jungle Emperor and Kimba the White Lion ), 1965.

(Uncredited) Gigantor (animated; also known as Tetsujin 28go ), syndicated, 1965.

(Uncredited) Marine Boy (animated), syndicated, 1966.

(Uncredited) Speed Racer (animated; also known as Mach gogo ), syndicated, 1967.

Television Scripts:

Wrote Rendezvous.

Television Series:

Member of the writing staff of The Verdict Is Yours.

Radio Episodes:

Wrote for Suspense; When a Girl Marries.

Fiction:

Wrote the book Bedtime Stories From the Bible and the story "The Night the Animals Talked."

ADAPTATIONS

Fernandez's Christmas story "The Night the Animals Talked" was adapted for a television special.

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