Fire

FIRE

Fire

Television Movie

Year: 1977

Director: Earl Bellamy

US Premiere: 8 May 1977

An Irwin Allen Production in association with Warner Bros Television
Copyright 1977 Warner Bros. Inc.

Plot Summary

An escaped convict starts a forest fire to hide his tracks, and this threatens a mountain community.

Cast

Ernest Borgnine - Sam Brisbane
Vera Miles - Martha Wagner
Patty Duke Astin - Dr. Peggy Wilson
Alex Cord - Dr. Alex Wilson
Donna Mills - Harriett Malone
Lloyd Nolan - Doc Bennett
Neville Brand - Larry Durant
Ty Hardin - Walt Fleming
Gene Evans - Dan Harter
Erik Estrada - Frank
Michelle Stacy - Judy
Patrick Culliton - Ted Gorman
James W. Gavin - Bill Clay

Production Crew

Producer - Irwin Allen
Director of Photography - Dennis Dalzel
Screenplay - Norman Katkov, Arthur Weiss
Story - Norman Katkov
Director - Earl Bellamy
Production Executive - Arthur Weiss
Associate Producer - Al Gail
Unit Production Manager - Donald C. Klune
Assistant Director - Dan McCauley
Executive Assistant to the Producer - Art Volpert
Art Director - Ward Preston
Post Production Supervisor - George E. Swink
Film Editor - Bill Brame, A.C.E.
Music - Richard LaSalle
Special Effects - Cliff Wenger
Special Photographic Effects - L. B. Abbott, A.S.C.
Casting - Jack Baur
Publicity - Tony Habeeb
Stunt Coordinator - Max Kleven
Costume Design - Paul Zastupnevich, C.D.G.
Set Decorator - Ned Parsons
Program Consultant - Herman Rush
Make Up - Ed Ternes
Hair Stylist - Peggy Shannon
Sound Mixer - Herman Lewis
Music Editor - Eugene Marks
Sound Editor - Art Pullen

Trivia

Fire was filmed in the state of Oregon and at Burbank Studios in California.

Alternative Titles

France: Horizons en Flammes
Germany: Horizont in Flammen
Germany: Blutiges Inferno
Japan: 大火災
Spain: El bosque en llamas

Gallery

Irwin Allen Gallery - Fire

Collectibles

Fire DVD

Fire DVD

Fire DVD at Amazon

VHS Video

WARNER VIDEO POSTER

Colourful poster for Warner Video promoting their video releases for Irwin Allen's 1970s productions Beyond the Poseidon Adventure, When Time Ran Out, Flood, and Fire.

 

 

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