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Flood: A River's Rampage (1998)

PG | | TV Movie 1 August 1998
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Starring Scott Wickware (the hard hat worker from Welcome to Dead House), this film tells the story of a flood wreaking havoc on a small Mississippi town, and features a family struggling with the ordeal surrounding them.

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Herb Dellenbach
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Pat Mallory
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Harry
Mairon Bennett ...
Beth Dellenbach
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Bobby Dupree
Kristen Bone ...
Allie Dellenbach
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Sam Ferrera
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Jacob Gunderson
Bill MacDonald ...
Sheriff Watson Dill (as Bill Macdonald)
J. Winston Carroll ...
Mayor Roger Tweed (as John Winston Carroll)
Frank Moore ...
Malcolm Oswald
Scott Wickware ...
Ray
Sandy Crawley ...
J.B. Barnet
Deborah Burgess ...
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Jane Cooke ...
Trish Caroselli
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After heavy rain, the Mississippi is breaking it's banks flooding small towns. Richard Thomas and Kate Vernon realise their town is next on the hit list. Lots and lots of sand bags might not do the trick but a huge explosion might. In the meantime the plot is filled up with a predictable story about a family dreading their mistake of staying behind when they become entrapped in their own home. Written by Scott Dawson <sdawson@easynet.co.uk>

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Rated PG for mild flood related peril | See all certifications »
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1 August 1998 (UK)  »

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Die Todesflut  »

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2 August 1998 | by See all my reviews

During the 1993 floods along the Mississippi, a woman engineer returns to her home town and inspires its inhabitants to fight to save it from being engulfed by the river. This involves her in working closely with a former boyfriend. A conventional but well-produced drama, with nice performances from Thomas and Vernon.


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