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Ladder 49 (26-Aug-2004)

Director: Jay Russell

Writer: Lewis Colick

Keywords: Drama, Firefighters

A young firefighter struggling to balance his life with his career is caught up in a life-threatening blaze.

ABSTRACT
Baltimore firefighter Jack Morrison is a conflicted man, struggling to balance his career under the invaluable tutelage of Captain Mike Kennedy with his family life with his wife and children. An out-of-control fire in a twenty-story building traps Jack at the scene of the blaze, forcing him to come to terms with his mortality and the things he holds most dear in his existence as Mike scrambles to set a rescue effort into motion.

"A bond forged by fire is never broken."

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jacinda Barrett
Actor
2-Aug-1972   The Last Kiss
Billy Burke
Actor
25-Nov-1966   Miles Matheson on Revolution
Kevin Chapman
Actor
?   Det. Fusco on Person of Interest
Morris Chestnut
Actor
1-Jan-1969   Two Can Play That Game
Balthazar Getty
Actor
22-Jan-1975   Lord of the Flies
Tim Guinee
Actor
18-Nov-1962   Impostor
Jay Hernandez
Actor
20-Feb-1978   Crazy/Beautiful
Martin O'Malley
Politician
18-Jan-1963   Governor of Maryland
Robert Patrick
Actor
5-Nov-1958   Mimetic polyalloy in Terminator 2
Joaquin Phoenix
Actor
28-Oct-1974   Gladiator
John Travolta
Actor
18-Feb-1954   Saturday Night Fever
Delaney Williams
Actor
12-Dec-1962   Det. Landsman on The Wire

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