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Wildfire 7: The Inferno (2002)

A female prison inmate is recruited into a special fire fighting programme, only to find her expertise is needed sooner than expected

Director:

Jason Bourque

Writer:

Dana Stone
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tracey Gold ... Nell Swanson
Alexander Walters Alexander Walters ... Yeager
Ellen Dubin ... Jo Jo
Woody Jeffreys ... Doc
Tahmoh Penikett ... Park Ranger
Rheta Hutton Rheta Hutton ... Mother
Marlene Worrall Marlene Worrall ... Grandmother
Joanna Cassidy ... Superintendant McLean
Martin Christopher Martin Christopher ... Nick (as Christopher Martin)
Jilena Cori Jilena Cori ... Mrs. Plowder
Jana Mitsoula ... Television Reporter
Marilyn Mulldoon Marilyn Mulldoon ... Matron
Jennifer Geiger Jennifer Geiger ... Sophie Swanson
Doug Abrahams ... Super Mead
Bruce Dawson ... Operations Director
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A female prison inmate is recruited into a special fire fighting programme, only to find her expertise is needed sooner than expected

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Action | Drama

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Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 November 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Brasier See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Sophie Swanson: Mom, I don't ever want you to leave me again.
Nell Swanson: I won't, I promise.
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awful, awful movie
15 July 2006 | by Harry-SolsamixSee all my reviews

the mother is the worst character of all time. she does not need binoculars to see the huge forest fire beneath her. I've watched this three times because it is so bad that it is good. it is funnier than most comedies. this movie is a total farce. when putting out a forest fire wildfire 7 should be advised that patting a few leaves seemingly miles from the fire is likely inneffective. making a tree bridge inches above roaring flames is a terrible technique to get round a forest fire. lamb chops are cooked in a similar way. why was a murderer (wrongly accused or not) thought suitable to lead a "crack" fire fighting squad? she must have lied on her CV. its really hard to make fire fighting look uncool, but this film exceeds at it.


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