Vincent Pictures has produced the following films. You can find out more about what we've done by clicking through to IMDB. Should you wish to purchase a copy of a film, all proceeds payable to Vincent Pictures will be donated to The Douglas Foundation, a not-for-profit charitable organization.
The Final Countdown (1980)
The nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Nimitz finds it has travelled back through a time warp to 1941 and the waters of Hawaii just prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
In this suspense comedy, LA reporter Fletch—”the only man who changes his identity more often than his underwear”—assumes a series of disguises while tracking down a drug dealer.
A Tiger’s Tale (1988)
In this romantic comedy-drama set in rural Texas, a May-December romance develops between a younger guy and gorgeous older woman, disrupting the lives of all around them.
Inherit the Wind (1988)
An Emmy-winning adaptation of the play based on the 1925 Scopes “monkey” trial. Two famous lawyers, Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryant, descend on a Tennessee town for the trial of a schoolteacher arrested for teaching evolution.
Fletch Lives (1989)
In this sequel to the suspense-comedy hit Fletch, Chevy Chase again stars as the identity-shifting reporter who now inherits a run-down Louisiana estate and investigates a murder.
The Bryna Company (1989 – 1996)
From 1989 - 1996, Peter Douglas was President of The Bryna Company, where he was responsible for the development and production of television, cable and pay-per-view programming. His responsibilities included the clarification and resolution of copyright disputes and the creation of a marketable library of classic motion pictures.
The Enemy Within (1994)
A classic tale of suspense, starring Forest Whitaker, Jason Robards, Sam Waterston, and Dana Delany, in which a Marine colonel discovers a plot to overthrow the US government.
Salus Media (1996 – 2002)
Peter Douglas founded and was President and CEO of Salus Media from 1996 – 2002. Salus Media was an early, cutting-edge web venture focused on health promotion and lifestyle change programs developed in association with a distinguished medical advisory board. The company was granted a comprehensive patent for its propriety approach to on-line behavior modification. Marv Langston, previously deputy Chief Information Officer of the Department of Defense, served as the company's COO.
Mission Entertainment (2004 – 2007)
In 2004, Peter Douglas and Vincent Pictures partnered with Ed Snider, the chairman of Philadelphia-based Comcast Spectator, the owner of the Philadelphia Flyers and 76ers, to launch the film production company Mission Entertainment. The projects developed under the Mission banner included the 2009 film Whip It! directed by Drew Barrymore.