Dramatization of the 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens. The movie begins with the volcano's awakening on March 20 and ends with its eruption on May 18, 1980. Written by
Neal Harkner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
One Day, The Pristine Mountain Became Lethal ...
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Did You Know?
Central Oregon's Mt. Bachelor was used for the pre-eruption scene of Mt. St. Helens. Mt. Bachelor and Mt. St. Helens, both volcanoes, are on the same mountain range known as the Cascades. See more
Harry Truman, contrary to his depiction in the movie, never owned a dog. In fact, at the time of the eruption he owned 16 cats and raccoons all of whom lived indoors with Truman. See more
[talking into a CB radio right after St. Helens erupts
Vancouver! Vancouver! This is it!
[the blast consumes him
When the cast list rolls during the end credits, then this can be seen: "Stunt Baby Beau Davis" See more
Written and Performed by Corky Corson and "Buckboard" See more