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 <email@example.com>
The True Story of Harry Truman ... One Man Against the Volcanic Eruption of the Century!
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Did You Know?
David Jackson is based on real life scientist David Johnston. He died in the exact same way and uttering the same final words into his radio before the blast of Mt. St. Helens hit him, "Vancouver! Vancouver! This is it!" See more
There was no highway anywhere near Mount St. Helens numbered "607" as mentioned during a brief scene at the Mount St. Helens Lodge. There was, however, a major access road that led to Spirit Lake, called State Route 504. See more
[reading from his wife's recipe
"Baste duck every twenty minutes in cherry sauce." Cherry sauce. Dammit, Edie, how can I baste the duck in cherry sauce when I'm all out of sauce? I guess I'm gonna have to make a load of sauce. If I had any cherries, I could make a load of sauce.
[to his dog
What're YOU looking at? The least you could do is set the table!
When the cast list rolls during the end credits, then this can be seen: "Stunt Baby Beau Davis" See more
References The Wizard of Oz
Here's to You, Harry Truman
Written and Performed by Corky Corson and "Buckboard" See more