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Triumph Over Disaster: The Hurricane Andrew Story (1993)

Relationship problems between a father and son are intensified by Hurricane Andrew.

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Bryan Norcross
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Doug Hulin
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Carla Hulin
Arnetia Walker ...
Paulette Rickles
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Ed Lopez
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Ruth Henderson
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Robin Hulin
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Cal Kessler
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Shelley
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Elsa Rael
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Dr. Sheets
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Marco Lielli (as Mark Adair Rios)
Anthony Finazzo ...
Justin Hulin
Alexandra Núñez ...
Carolyn Hulin (as Alexandra Nunez)
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Relationship problems between a father and son are intensified by Hurricane Andrew.

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24 May 1993 (USA)  »

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Az Andrew hurrikán  »

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1.33 : 1
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Carla Hulin: [to her children before leaving their windowless bathroom where they took shelter during the hurricane] Some of our things are probably broken, but whatever they are, we can fix them.
[she opens the door and sees that their house is destroyed]
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ALWAYS TOMORROW
Written and Performed by Gloria Estefan
Courtesy of Epic Records
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What an insult
9 September 2004 | by (Miami,FL) – See all my reviews

Hey, I have experienced Hurricane Andrew and this movie made the real thing look like a typical rainy day. Obviously no one in Hollywood ever experienced a phenomena other than earthquakes to make a good movie of what really happened. I was one of those who lost homes and had to rebuild from the start up. On top of all that these actors who are great actors were at their WORST in this production. From what I see they too never experienced seeing their roof fly over their heads or worry about when and how they will rebuild their lost homes. So I tell the Hollywood community if you want to make a movie about hurricanes, just come on over and sit through one maybe a half way decent movie can be produced.


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