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Victims of drinking and driving - Hendricks County, Indiana
 
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A edited version of a presentation shown to court ordered convicted drunk drivers in Hendricks County, Indiana. The unedited version includes graphic photos of what happens to the human body when it is subjected to trauma in a serious vehicle crash caused by an alcohol or drug impaired driver. www.hendrickscountysso.com
Views: 69124 Steve Pyatte
Defense Pat Fitzgerald
 
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Views: 2599 Steve Pyatte
Passing Game Jay Novacek
 
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Views: 11001 Steve Pyatte
Offense Reuben Mays
 
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Views: 1773 Steve Pyatte
Defense Fred Dean
 
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Views: 2648 Steve Pyatte
Don't See it Alone Trailer FINAL
 
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Trailer for Don't See it Alone, which premiered March 1st, 2008 at the Artcraft Theatre in Franklin, Indiana.
Views: 1077 Steve Pyatte
Choices - Teen Anti Drinking Educational Short Film
 
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Choices - A teen anti drinking educational short film put together with the help of Brownsburg High School students. Brownsburg, Indiana
Views: 22234 Steve Pyatte
Defense Wilbur Marshall
 
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Views: 10897 Steve Pyatte
Harlow Hickenlooper Full  Documentary
 
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Godspeed, Hal Fryar. harlow Hickenlooper. June 8, 1927 - June 25, 2017 Born in 1927, Hal became an actor and television personality and rose to prominence as "Harlow Hickenlooper", the host of The Three Stooges Show on Channel 6 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Hal began his broadcasting career as an announcer, emcee, and writer as a teenager in Indianapolis, Indiana, in the mid-1940s. He graduated from Indiana University in 1950 with a bachelor's degree in speech, and by the 1960s, he had developed his entertainment talents as host of programs geared to young audiences in radio and TV in Ohio. Hal served as the host for a local Indianapolis children's show on WFBM-TV that ran from 1960 to 1972, that highlighted the old Three Stooges movie shorts. He appeared under the name "Harlow Hickenlooper" and was one of a trio of hosts with Curley Myers and Captain Star (Jerry Vance aka Larry Vincent). Together, they sang songs and did skits for a live studio audience of children. His idea of Harlow Hickenlooper's personality was for him to be a character for whom nothing ever went right, no matter how hard he tried and Hickenlooper regularly ended up with a (shaving) cream pie in his face.
Views: 618 Steve Pyatte
Defense Ron Simmons
 
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Views: 1121 Steve Pyatte
Crossroads
 
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Contains a powerful motivational and inspirational message concerning drinking and driving. Crossroads is shown at each Survivor Speakout Presentation in Hendricks County, Indiana, to convicted drunk driving offenders. The offenders are court ordered to attend as a condition of their probation. Crossroads is just one of three DVD presentations shown. The presentation is graphic. http://www.hendrickscountysso.com (The following was written by Stacey Griffith) Have you ever done something that you had deep regrets of doing, but your realization of your actions was too late...the damage was already done? Ever wished you could turn back the hands of time? Wished you could go back and undo the damage and hell you have caused...Take back the pain, the suffering, the nightmare that forever changed peoples lives, including your own.... Joe McGuire (Steve Pyatte) wishes all of that and more. After spending 5 years in prison for taking the lives of four innocent people while driving drunk, Joe recollects the tragic event that put him behind bars. Five years prior) Joe made the irresponsible, selfish decision to get behind the wheel of a car while drunk. That very same poor decision was also the cause of a tragic car accident that claimed the lives of those four innocent people that same night. Including his wife Maddy (Jamie Wehrheim-Johnson), who had been arguing with him at the time of the accident, over the issue of his drinking, and the negative impact it was having on his employment, their finances and their marriage. Due to Joe's actions that dreadful night, his life, as well as the families of those perished would be forever changed. Not only had Joe's poor judgment that night resulted in his wife's death but also was the cause of the Warner family's death. A father Samuel Warner (Don Becker), Samuel's wife Kelly (Jan Moore) and their twelve year old daughter Sarah (Gemma Gould-Dougherty). Joe is forced to relive the nightmare over and over again in his mind. While visiting the roadside monument of crosses where the four lives where taken five years prior, Joe has an encounter with an unknown man. a voice of reason? Perhaps... Who is this man? Why is he questioning Joe's intentions, his feelings, his regrets? Soon after, while kneeling in front of the crosses and reading the names, Joe comes to the realization that the man he had just had the encounter with was the ghost of one of the four victims who's live was cut short as a result of his drinking and driving. The man is Samuel Warner (Don Becker). Samuel has appeared along with the others to deliver a message to Joe. Will he finally see the air of his ways? Is he truly sorry for the pain he has caused? Ultimately this is a lesson learned for Joe McGuire. As much as he wishes that he could go back and change the past, he knows that he cannot and that in and of itself is a nightmare for him. This film addresses an issue that affects millions of lives each and every year. The issue of DRINKING AND DRIVING. Proving a fact that sometimes when one makes poor choices in life, they in turn pay consequences and repercussions of those poor choices. CROSSROADS delivers the sobering truth as to what can occur when one decides to drink and drive. A powerful short film with a very strong, personal message to get across. The message of the dangers of drinking and driving delivered in a different way and made a reality on film. During the making of Crossroads a cast member was faced with the tragedy, pain, and heartache of a loved one being killed in a drunk driving accident. The cast, crew, and everyone involved in this project have put their heart and souls into this film to help educate others and make them aware of the dangers of drinking and driving. To ultimately help save lives and assure that Elizabeth Nichole Wehrheim's death was not in vain. That in and of itself is a sobering reality that would make anyone think twice about drinking and driving. Dedicated to the memory of Elizabeth Nichole Wehrheim, killed in a drunk driving accident during the making of this film. Also in memory of Ronald Wycoff who was hit by a drunk driver on July 17th, 1961, and died August 2 1961 as a result of the injuries sustained. Driving under the influence KILLS!!! Do NOT risk taking the lives of innocent people because you are too stubborn to call a cab! FRANKENSTEIN 1931 FILMS in association with RISK PRODUCTIONS Casting by STEVE PYATTE and DON BECKER music by VURGIL FRANKLIN and KRIS McKENZIE film edited by DANIEL RISK & STEVE PYATTE Director of photography DANIEL RISK Executive producer STEVE PYATTE Directed by STEVE PYATTE original screenplay by MICHAEL GARCIA screenplay adaptation by STEVE PYATTE
Views: 672 Steve Pyatte
Crossroads
 
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Crossroads contains a powerful message concerning drinking and driving.
Views: 254 Steve Pyatte
Fundex Games Commercial for Jarts
 
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One of the Fundex Games commercials filmed in the Indianapolis area.
Views: 4428 Steve Pyatte
Offense Billy Cannon
 
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Views: 13062 Steve Pyatte
When you drive impaired, everybody hurts
 
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The horrific consequences of driving impaired. Many thanks to the Transport Accident Commission (TAC), Victoria, Australia for allowing us to use their 20 year Anniversary retrospective montage to educate the public on the dangers of driving impaired. Music by R.E.M. Everybody Hurts - 1992 The footage and music in this educational video belong to their respective owners.
Views: 863 Steve Pyatte
Harlow Hickenlooper (Hal Fryar) Documentary Part 6
 
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Hal Fryar, better known to his fans as Horseshoe Hal, Captain Hal, Harlow Hickenlooper and Grandpa Harlow, is highlighted in this documentary about his career. Learn all about the man, the straw hat, the striped jackets and the pies in the face. Go back in time and listen as Harlow tells the story in his own words. Thanks for all of the wonderful memories Harlow. In this clip, Harlow talks about the thousand of pies that hit him in the face. Produced, directed and edited by Steve Pyatte June 2008 Interview Director of Photography - Daniel Risk June 2008 Interview Gaffer - Don Becker Special thanks to Tom Barker for archive footage (Many others are mentioned in the final credits for their contributions to make this documentary possible.)
Views: 1202 Steve Pyatte
Defense Roger Brown
 
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Views: 386 Steve Pyatte
Proud to be saved by the blood of Christ
 
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I am very proud to be a child of Christ. This was filmed sometime around 2003 or 2004 at Arbuckle Acres Park, Brownsburg, Indiana.
Views: 112 Steve Pyatte
Jim Donnan - Hall of Fame Coach
 
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I am the official voice for the College Football Hall of Fame. This is the presentation for Coach Jim Donnan. There are more presentations for 2009 that I will add eventually.
Views: 264 Steve Pyatte
Harlow Hickenlooper (Hal Fryar) Documentary Part 3
 
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Hal talks fondly of his good friend and producer, Chuck O'Donnell. Also in this clip are Shari Lewis and William Shatner, who were among the many huge stars of the day that Harlow had on the Three Stooges show from 1960 through 1972. Hal Fryar, better known to his fans as Horseshoe Hal, Captain Hal, Harlow Hickenlooper and Grandpa Harlow, is highlighted in this documentary about his career. Learn all about the man, the straw hat, the striped jackets and the many pies he got in the face. Go back in time and listen as Harlow tells the story in his own words. Thanks for all of the wonderful memories Harlow. Produced, directed and edited by Steve Pyatte June 2008 Interview Director of Photography - Daniel Risk June 2008 Interview Gaffer - Don Becker Special thanks to Tom Barker for archive footage (Many others are mentioned in the final credits for their contributions to make this documentary possible.)
Views: 260 Steve Pyatte
Offense Jim Dombrowski
 
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Views: 192 Steve Pyatte
Offense Randall McDaniel
 
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Views: 1058 Steve Pyatte
Passing Game Rod Smith
 
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Views: 223 Steve Pyatte
The Pepsi Maxx Commercial That Never Aired
 
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A great Pepsi Maxx Commercial that never aired. Written and produced by the Herbert Brothers of Batesville, Indiana in 2010. It was entered into the 2011 Crash the Super Bowl Contest. I am the guy getting hit with the cinder block by my friend, Andrea West.
Views: 1704 Steve Pyatte
Choices - Teaser 1
 
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Choices is a short film about teens making the wrong choices concerning alcohol and the potentially deadly consequences.
Views: 2217 Steve Pyatte
Harlow Hickenlooper (Hal Fryar) Documentary Part 10
 
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Hal visits the Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Children's Home to entertain them and hand out Christmas gifts. He also chats about birthday parties and personal appearances. Hal also sings his famous Happy Birthday song for you.
Views: 289 Steve Pyatte
John Cooper - Hall of Fame Coach
 
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I am the official voice for the College Football Hall of Fame. This is the presentation for Coach John Cooper. There are more presentations for 2009 that I will add eventually.
Views: 167 Steve Pyatte
Defense Sam Mills
 
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Views: 1306 Steve Pyatte
Harlow Hickenlooper (Hal Fryar) Documentary Part 8
 
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This clip highlights Hal telling of his experience in 1965 when he flew to California to be in the Three Stooges movie, The Outlaws is Coming, with Moe, larry and Curly Joe and eight other Three Stooges movie hosts from around the country. Hal also talks about his very funny blooper while filming and you will see it for yourself. Hal Fryar, better known to his fans as Horseshoe Hal, Captain Hal, Harlow Hickenlooper and Grandpa Harlow, is highlighted in this documentary about his career. Learn all about the man, the straw hat, the striped jackets and the many pies he got in the face. Go back in time and listen as Harlow tells the story in his own words. Produced, directed and edited by Steve Pyatte June 2008 Interview Director of Photography - Daniel Risk June 2008 Interview Gaffer - Don Becker Special thanks to Tom Barker for archive footage (Many others are mentioned in the final credits for their contributions to make this documentary possible.)
Views: 385 Steve Pyatte
Offense Thurman Thomas
 
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Views: 141 Steve Pyatte
Harlow Hickenlooper (Hal Fryar) Documentary Part 5
 
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In this installment Hal discusses other local TV personalities, being a kid and there is a classic scene from the Indiana State Fair with Hal, Curley and Cap'n Star from the 1960's. Hal Fryar, better known to his fans as Horseshoe Hal, Captain Hal, Harlow Hickenlooper and Grandpa Harlow, is highlighted in this documentary about his career. Learn all about the man, the straw hat, the striped jackets and the many pies he got in the face. Go back in time and listen as Harlow tells the story in his own words. Thanks for all of the wonderful memories Harlow. Produced, directed and edited by Steve Pyatte June 2008 Interview Director of Photography - Daniel Risk June 2008 Interview Gaffer - Don Becker Special thanks to Tom Barker for archive footage (Many others are mentioned in the final credits for their contributions to make this documentary possible.)
Views: 291 Steve Pyatte
Lou Holtz - Hall of Fame Coach
 
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I am the official voice for the College Football Hall of Fame. This is the presentation for Coach Lou Holtz. There are 21 more presentations for 2009 that I will add eventually.
Views: 238 Steve Pyatte
Choices - Teaser 2
 
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Choices is about the consequences teens face when making the wrong choices concerning alcohol.
Views: 493 Steve Pyatte
Harlow Hickenlooper (Hal Fryar) Documentary Part 9
 
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Harlow talks about Christmases of the past! He talks of how he loved to go downtown in Indianapolis to see the decorated windows at LS Ayres and many other stores that thousands of families witnessed in wonder of the Christmas season. He also goes on the hunt for the perfect Christmas tree and visits Santa Claus!
Views: 57 Steve Pyatte
Choices Teaser 3
 
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Choices...make the right ones.
Views: 393 Steve Pyatte
The Filmmakers (Part 1)
 
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Five local filmmakers decide to write a script for a film for a friend who wants to direct. It begins as a "collaboration of efforts" but quickly turns into something quite different. Directed by the friend, Don Becker.
Views: 300 Steve Pyatte
Hendricks County Substance Abuse Task Force Social Hosting 5
 
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A parent social hosting for teens, for any reason, is unacceptable. Social host "a person who furnishes another with alcohol in a social setting..." Nearly 1/4 of teens have received alcohol from a parent, guardian, or other family member. Indiana Code IC 7.1-5-7-15 Sec. 15. A person twenty-one (21) years of age or older who knowingly or intentionally encourages, aids, or induces a minor to unlawfully possess an alcoholic beverage commits a Class C infraction. IC 7.1-5-7-8 Teens are not equipped emotionally or physically to deal with the effects of alcohol. Alcohol use may result in long-term damage to one's organs or mental health. Drinking can lead to alcohol poisoning or death. The laws pertaining to providing alcohol to minors are not harsh enough. The punishment does not fit the crime. Drinking can lead to serious issues for teens and families: alcoholism, alcohol poisoning, impaired driving, depression, sexual promiscuity, date rape, unwanted pregnancy, serious injury, coma and death. With Shelly Walters Sydney James Executive Producer Annie Stumm Written and Directed by Steve Pyatte Produced and Filmed by Glenn A. Pratt Crew Audio and Lighting Don A. Becker Still Photography Anne M. Toliver-Pratt PA and Slate Kelcie Reynolds Editing and Color Correction Glenn A. Pratt Music Score Virgil Franklin Special Thanks Jason Starkweather Extended Play Studio (Brownsburg High School, Indiana) Skip and Jim Tennancour The Hendricks County Substance Abuse Task Force (Danville, Indiana)
Views: 348 Steve Pyatte
If a Tree Fell - Short Comedy
 
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A wife who is constantly talking is never heard by her loving husband. A short film by Steve Pyatte (www.papawinc.com) and Daniel Risk (www.riskproductions.net)
Views: 240 Steve Pyatte
Harlow Hickenlooper (Hal Fryar) Documentary Part 1
 
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Hal Fryar, better known to his fans as Horsehoe Hal, Captain Hal, Harlow Hickenlooper and Grandpa Harlow, talks about those characters and how he got his start in the entertainment industry. Learn all about the man, the straw hat, the striped jackets and the many pies he got in the face. Go back in time and listen as Harlow tells the story in his own words. Produced, directed and edited by Steve Pyatte June 2008 Interview Director of Photography - Daniel Risk June 2008 Interview Gaffer - Don Becker Special thanks to Tom Barker for archive footage (Many others are mentioned in the final credits for their contributions to make this documentary possible.)
Views: 6552 Steve Pyatte
The Filmmakers (Part 2 of 2)
 
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Five local filmmakers decide to write a script for a film for a friend who wants to direct. It begins as a "collaboration of efforts" but quickly turns into something quite different. Directed by the friend, Don Becker.
Views: 163 Steve Pyatte
Hendricks County Substance Abuse Task Force Social Hosting 4
 
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A parent social hosting for teens, for any reason, is unacceptable. Social host "a person who furnishes another with alcohol in a social setting..." It is estimated that more than 3,000 teens nationwide die every year as a result of car crashes involving a minor driving under the influence. Indiana Code IC 7.1-5-7-15 Sec. 15. A person twenty-one (21) years of age or older who knowingly or intentionally encourages, aids, or induces a minor to unlawfully possess an alcoholic beverage commits a Class C infraction. IC 7.1-5-7-8 The laws pertaining to providing alcohol to minors are not harsh enough. The punishment does not fit the crime. Drinking can lead to serious issues for teens and families: alcoholism, alcohol poisoning, impaired driving, depression, sexual promiscuity, date rape, unwanted pregnancy, serious injury, coma and death. With Shelly Waters Sydney James Executive Producer Annie Stumm Written and Directed by Steve Pyatte Produced and Filmed by Glenn A. Pratt Crew Audio and Lighting Don A. Becker Still Photography Anne M. Toliver-Pratt PA and Slate Kelcie Reynolds Editing and Color Correction Glenn A. Pratt Music Score Virgil Franklin Special Thanks Jason Starkweather Extended Play Studio (Brownsburg High School, Indiana) Skip and Jim Tennancour The Hendricks County Substance Abuse Task Force (Danville, Indiana)
Views: 372 Steve Pyatte
Volney Ashford - Hall of Fame Coach
 
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I am the official voice for the College Football Hall of Fame. This is the presentation for Coach Volney Ashford. There are more presentations for 2009 that I will add eventually.
Views: 138 Steve Pyatte
Hendricks County Substance Abuse Task Force Social Hosting 1
 
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A parent social hosting for teens, for any reason, is unacceptable. Social host "a person who furnishes another with alcohol in a social setting..." 1/3 of teens say its easy to obtain alcohol from their parents or a friend's parents. Many parents may not realize, or wish to acknowledge, that providing alcohol in their home to teens is illegal and dangerous. Serious injury, and car accidents, after parent-hosted parties are commonplace. The laws pertaining to providing alcohol to minors are not harsh enough. The punishment does not fit the crime. Indiana Code IC 7.1-5-7-15 Sec. 15. A person twenty-one (21) years of age or older who knowingly or intentionally encourages, aids, or induces a minor to unlawfully possess an alcoholic beverage commits a Class C infraction. Drinking can lead to serious issues for teens and families: alcoholism, alcohol poisoning, impaired driving, depression, sexual promiscuity, date rape, unwanted pregnancy, serious injury, coma and death. With Brenna Arnold, Brianna Patrick and Garrett Godsey. Executive Producer Annie Stumm Written and Directed by Steve Pyatte Produced and Filmed by Glenn A. Pratt Crew Audio and Lighting Don A. Becker Still Photography Anne M. Toliver-Pratt PA and Slate Kelcie Reynolds Editing and Color Correction Glenn A. Pratt Music Score Virgil Franklin Special Thanks Jason Starkweather Extended Play Studio (Brownsburg High School, Indiana) Skip and Jim Tennancour The Hendricks County Substance Abuse Task Force (Danville, Indiana)
Views: 1149 Steve Pyatte
Hendricks County Substance Abuse Task Force Social Hosting 3
 
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A parent social hosting for teens, for any reason, is unacceptable. Social host "a person who furnishes another with alcohol in a social setting..." 1/4 of parents have allowed their teen to drink while under their supervision. During a six month period, parents on average supply alcohol to their teen three times. By supplying alcohol to teens, parents are sending the message that drinking illegally is okay. Drinking can lead to serious issues for teens and families: alcoholism, alcohol poisoning, impaired driving, depression, sexual promiscuity, date rape, unwanted pregnancy, serious injury, coma and death. With Andrea West Tyler Hergott Executive Producer Annie Stumm Written and Directed by Steve Pyatte Produced and Filmed by Glenn A. Pratt Crew Audio and Lighting Don A. Becker Still Photography Anne M. Toliver-Pratt PA and Slate Kelcie Reynolds Editing and Color Correction Glenn A. Pratt Music Score Virgil Franklin Special Thanks Jason Starkweather Extended Play Studio (Brownsburg High School, Indiana) Skip and Jim Tennancour The Hendricks County Substance Abuse Task Force (Danville, Indiana)
Views: 253 Steve Pyatte
Hendricks County Substance Abuse Task Force Social Hosting 2
 
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A parent social hosting for teens, for any reason, is unacceptable. Social host "a person who furnishes another with alcohol in a social setting..." Many parents are unaware that other parents are allowing their children to drink. 21% of teens attended a party where alcohol was provided by someone else's parents. 27% of teens have attended a party with drinking where parents were present. Parents are under a dangerous misconception that allowing teens to consume alcohol is safe while it is supervised. No parent can completely control the actions of teens during or after a party. With Rick Bittle Louie Lawless Executive Producer Annie Stumm Written and Directed by Steve Pyatte Produced and Filmed by Glenn A. Pratt Crew Audio and Lighting Don A. Becker Still Photography Anne M. Toliver-Pratt PA and Slate Kelcie Reynolds Editing and Color Correction Glenn A. Pratt Music Score Virgil Franklin Special Thanks Jason Starkweather Extended Play Studio (Brownsburg High School, Indiana) Skip and Jim Tennancour The Hendricks County Substance Abuse Task Force (Danville, Indiana)
Views: 245 Steve Pyatte
DUI Killer
 
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This is the edited opening of an interview of a convicted drunk driver in Hendricks County, Indiana. A DUI killer. The unedited, complete version is shown at Survivor Speakout in Hendricks County, Indiana. Survivor Speakout is a court ordered program for convicted drunk and drug impaired drivers. http://www.hendrickscountysso.com
Views: 212 Steve Pyatte
Kelcie's first two tattoos
 
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Kelcie got her first two tattoos on her feet on June 17th, 2011. "I am a masterpiece" and "All the world's a stage".
Views: 163 Steve Pyatte
Don't See it Alone
 
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A man goes to see a movie called, 'Don't See it Alone'...alone. Things are not always what they seem.
Views: 316 Steve Pyatte