Peter Herman Adler




Music (Special)

Golden Child (1960)
Music Director

Life Events


Movie Clip

Quo Vadis (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Appian Way Who better than MGM stalwart Walter Pidgeon to narrate, the opening scenes detailing the grandeur and moment of Quo Vadis, 1951, starring Robert Taylor, Deborah Kerr and Peter Ustinov.
Brainstorm (1983) -- (Movie Clip) That's Not Me You're Looking At Scientists Lillian (Louise Fletcher) and Michael (Christopher Walken) use his estranged wife, their designer, Karen (Natalie Wood) as a subject in their memory-recording, semi-virtual reality device experiment, a malfunction revealing an event from their troubled marriage, in Brainstorm, 1983.
Brainstorm (1983) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Phase Compensation Producer-director Douglas Trumbull’s clever opening, Louise Fletcher the head scientist, Christopher Walken her colleague and subject, along with Jordan Christopher as Gordy, Joe Dorsey as Hal, trying out what we’d today probably call Virtual Reality, in Brainstorm, 1983, also starring Natalie Wood.
Brainstorm (1983) -- (Movie Clip) You Had A Breakthrough Scientist Michael (Christopher Walken) trying to calm Lillian (Louise Fletcher), going to see their boss Alex (Cliff Robertson), who’s also bringing Michael’s estranged wife, designer Karen (Natalie Wood), on board, with excellent technical detail about semi-conductors, in director Doug Trumbull’s Brainstorm, 1983.
Quo Vadis (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Venus Stood Before Mars Conquering Roman general Marcus Vinicus (Robert Taylor) tries poetic pick-up lines on Lygia (Deborah Kerr) thinking she's a slave, his first meeting with the budding Christian, in MGM's Quo Vadis, 1951.
Quo Vadis (1951) -- (Movie Clip) May A Traveler Interrupt? Arriving at the Roman home of Plautius (Felix Aylmer) and Pomponia (Nora Swinburne), saintly Greek Jew Paul (Abraham Sofaer), greets convert Lygia (Deborah Kerr) and meets amorous General Marcus Vinicus (Robert Taylor) in Quo Vadis, 1951.
Mrs. Brown (1997) -- (Movie Clip) The Queen Will Ride Out Bereaved Queen Victoria (Judi Dench) observes as secretary Ponsonby (Geoffrey Palmer) confronts Scottish servant Brown (Billy Connolly) over his insistence that she ride her pony, in Mrs. Brown, 1997.
Mrs. Brown (1997) -- (Movie Clip) What The Queen Requires Ponsonby (Geoffrey Palmer) briefs servant Brown (Billy Connolly) before his initial meeting with the mourning Queen Victoria (Judi Dench), which does not go well, in John Madden's Mrs. Brown, 1997.
Mrs. Brown (1997) -- (Movie Clip) Osborne House Brown (Billy Connolly) is arriving as the Prince of Wales (David Westhead) is congratulated on his new son and the mourning Queen Victoria (Judi Dench) oversees a royal meal, in John Madden's Mrs. Brown, 1997.