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Fire! (1977 film)

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Fire! (1977 film)

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Directed by Earl Bellamy
Produced by Irwin Allen
Written by Norman Kathov
Arthur Weiss
Starring Ernest Borgnine
Vera Miles
Patty Duke
Music by Richard LaSalle
Cinematography Dennis Dalzell
Editing by Bill Brame
Distributed by NBC
Warner Bros. Television
Release date(s) 1977
Running time 100 min.
Country U.S.A
Language English

Fire! is a 1977 action TV movie, made for NBC television and Warner Bros. Television, directed by Earl Bellamy, who directed other disaster film one year before, Flood!. The film's plot is about a convict who escapes from an Oregon road gang and starts a fire in a forest, which goes out of control and threatens to destroy a small mountain community.



The film was directed in the cities of Silverton and Yamhill, in Oregon.


The film premiered on May 8, 1977 on NBC and Warner Bros. Television, on two-hours, later was cut to ninety minutes, and rerun in tandem with another TV disaster movie, Flood!, produced by Irwin Allen.

Titles around the world

  • "Det flammande helvevet". (Sweden).
  • "El bosque en llamas". (Spain).
  • "Horizons en flammes". (France).
  • "Horizont in Flammen" (West Germany).
  • "Krwawe pieklo". (Poland).
  • Ti nyhta pou oi ouranoi epiasan fotia (Greece).
  • Tuhoavat liekit (Finland).

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi
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