Dante's Peak 1997 Volcano Film | Pierce Brosnan, Linda Hamilton



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About Dante's Peak


Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): Dantejev vrh, I koryfi tou Danti, Pisgut Dante, Dantes virsukalne, Dante yanardagi, Dante mäetipp, Dantezu pîku, Orasul infernului


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Dante's Peak plot from IMDb: "A vulcanologist arrives at a countryside town recently named the second most desirable place to live in America, and discovers that the long dormant volcano, Dante's Peak, may wake up at any moment." https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0118928/


The trailer can be found online.


Cast and Characters:

Pierce Brosnan as Harry Dalton

Linda Hamilton as Rachel Wando

Charles Hallahan as Paul Dreyfus

Grant Heslov as Greg

Elizabeth Hoffman as Ruth

Jeremy Foley as Graham Wando

Jamie Renée Smith as Lauren Wando

Arabella Field as Nancy.

Tzi Ma as Stan

Brian Reddy as Les Worrell

Kirk Trutner as Terry Furlong

Jeff Ward (Jeffrey L. Ward) as Jack Collins


Directed by Roger Donaldson

Written by Leslie Bohem

Produced by Gale Anne Hurd, Joseph Singer

Cinematography: Andrzej Bartkowiak

Edited by Conrad Buff IV, Tina Hirsch, Howard E. Smith

Music by James Newton Howard, John Frizzell

Production company: Pacific Western Productions

Distributed by Universal Pictures

Release date: February 7, 1997


DANTE'S PEAK FAQ AND DISCUSSION TOPICS


For reference, below is a list of frequently asked questions and discussion topics!


Does Dante's Peak really exist?

Dante's Peak is a fictional town.


Is Dante's Peak about Mt St Helens?

Dante's Peal was inspired by Mt St Helens.


Is Dante's Peak OK for kids?

Dante's Peak has a 12 certificate. It might be too scary for young children.


Is Dante's Peak scary?

It depends on what kind of films scare you. If you find films that deal with possible events scary, then it may be a scary film. It is rated 12, so it is not too intense.