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Peter Masterson

Highest Rated: 100% The Trip to Bountiful (1985)

Lowest Rated: 27% Full Moon in Blue Water (1988)

Birthday: Jun 1, 1934

Birthplace: Houston, Texas, USA

Peter Masterson is an actor, writer, producer and director. Larry L . King and he co-authored the smash Broadway musical and movie adapted from Larry L, King's famous and infamous Playboy Magazine article "the Best Little Whorehouse in Texas (1982).....

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet Whiskey School Director 2005
No Score Yet Lost Junction Director 2003
No Score Yet West of Here Producer Director 2002
No Score Yet Mermaid Director 2000
No Score Yet The Only Thrill Executive Producer Director 1998
No Score Yet Lily Dale Director 1996
No Score Yet Arctic Blue Director 1993
No Score Yet Convicts Director 1990
No Score Yet Night Game Director 1989
No Score Yet Blood Red Director 1988
27% Full Moon in Blue Water Director 1988
47% Gardens of Stone Col. Feld 1987
100% The Trip to Bountiful Newspaper Boy Director 1985
56% The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas Screenwriter 1982
No Score Yet A Question of Guilt Actor 1978
69% The Stepford Wives Walter Eberhart 1975
No Score Yet Man on a Swing Willie 1974
84% The Exorcist Clinic Director 1973
60% Tomorrow Lawyer Douglas 1972
50% Von Richthofen and Brown Maj. Oswald Boelcke 1971
96% In the Heat of the Night Arnold Fryer 1967
No Score Yet Ambush Bay Platoon Sgt. William Maccone 1966

QUOTES FROM Peter Masterson CHARACTERS

Clinic Director says: There is one outside chance for a cure. I think of it as shock treatment - as I said, it's a very outside chance...Have you ever heard of exorcism? Well, it's a stylized ritual in which the rabbi or the priest try to drive out the so-called invading spirit. It's been pretty much discarded these days except by the Catholics who keep it in the closet as a sort of an embarrassment, but uh, it has worked. In fact, although not for the reasons they think, of course. It's purely a force of suggestion. The victim's belief in possession is what helped cause it, so in that same way, a belief in the power of exorcism can make it disappear.

Clinic Director says: There is one outside chance for a cure. I think of it as shock treatment as I said, it's a very outside chance. Have you ever heard of exorcism? Well, it's a stylized ritual in which the rabbi or the priest try to drive out the so-called invading spirit. It's been pretty much discarded these days except by the Catholics who keep it in the closet as a sort of an embarrassment, but uh, it has worked. In fact, although not for the reasons they think, of course. It's purely a force of suggestion. The victim's belief in possession is what helped cause it, so in that same way, a belief in the power of exorcism can make it disappear.

Chris MacNeil says: You're telling me that I should take my daughter to a witch doctor? Is that it?