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|Tidal Wave: No Escape|
|Written by|| Tedi Sarafian |
|Directed by||George T. Miller|
|Starring|| Corbin Bernsen |
|Music by||Bruce Rowland|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producer(s)|| Robert Halmi |
|Producer(s)||J. Boyce Harman Jr.|
|Running time||91 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Hallmark Entertainnment|
|Original release||May 5, 1997|
Tidal Wave: No Escape is a 1997 American made-for-television disaster film directed by George T. Miller starring Corbin Bernsen, Julianne Phillips, Gregg Henry. It originally aired on ABC on Monday May 5, 1997.
A navy scientist and an oceanographer try to stop the person behind a series of man-made tidal waves.
Killer Wave , a 2007 miniseries with a similar plot and identically-named villain.
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