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Firestorm: Last Stand at Yellowstone (2006)

When a freakishly hot summer at Yellowstone National Park creates the perfect conditions for the largest forest fire in American History... Look out!

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Clay Harding
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Richard Danville
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Annie Calgrove
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Scott Clark
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Riley Henson (as Ty Olsen)
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Margaret Sheldon
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Malcom Levine (as Kevin Mcnulty)
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Willis Lee
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Sean Ellis
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Wes Cash (as Phillip Granger)
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Valerie Danville
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Nikki Danville
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Maya
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When a freakishly hot summer at Yellowstone National Park creates the perfect conditions for the largest forest fire in American History... Look out! Written by Anon

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4 September 2006 (USA)  »

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This Film examines the negligence of the USFS
13 August 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

As a firefighter and a resident of BC (where the film was made) this Movie truly depicts the stupidity of the US Forestry Service, This "let burn policy" is equivalent to Washington State's current attack strategy where the USFS fails to provide proper support and resources, during last summers Tripod Fire, the largest US Wildfire in 2006 took place, it took USFS 12 days before their first piece of air equipment arrived, that being a BCFS helicopter. The only reason why BCFS sent it down was due to the fact that they knew that stupid fire would cross over into Canada. As for not having consulted any fire agency, the BCFS is the most sought after fire service in the world. Carrying missions all over. As for the commentator who stated the effects of the flame and the helicopter.... Backdraft and Ladder 49 were the same aspect. This film truly examines the faults of the USFS and its negligence


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