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Dante's Peak (7-Feb-1997)

Director: Roger Donaldson

Writer: Leslie Bohem

Music by: John Frizzell

Producers: Gale Anne Hurd; Joseph M. Singer

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Disaster

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Pierce Brosnan
Actor
16-May-1951   Remington Steele, James Bond
Lee Garlington
Actor
20-Jul-1953   Brenda Baxworth on Everwood
Linda Hamilton
Actor
26-Sep-1956   Terminator
Grant Heslov
Actor
15-May-1965   Congo

CAST

Pierce Brosnan   ...   Harry Dalton
Linda Hamilton   ...   Rachel Wando
Charles Hallahan   ...   Paul Dreyfus
Grant Heslov   ...   Greg
Elizabeth Hoffman   ...   Ruth
Jeremy Foley   ...   Graham Wando
Jamie Renée Smith   ...   Lauren Wando
Arabella Field   ...   Nancy
Tzi Ma   ...   Stan
Brian Reddy   ...   Les Worrell
Kirk Trutner   ...   Terry Furlong
Lee Garlington   ...   Dr. Jane Fox
Bill Bolender   ...   Sheriff Turner
Carol Androsky   ...   Mary Kelly
Peter Jason   ...   Norman Gates
Jeffrey L. Ward   ...   Jack Collins
Tim Haldeman   ...   Elliot Blair
Walker Brandt   ...   Marianne
Hansford Rowe   ...   Warren Cluster
Susie Spear   ...   Karen Narlington
David Lipper   ...   Hot Springs Man
Heather Stephens   ...   Hot Springs Woman
R. J. Burns   ...   Man at Helicopter
Tammy L. Smith   ...   Town Meeting Woman
Christopher Murray   ...   Pilot
Justin Williams   ...   Paramedic
Donna Deshon   ...   Road Block Newspersons
Tom Magnuson   ...   Road Block Newspersons
Marilyn Leubner   ...   Babysitter
Ed Stone   ...   Technician

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