Tidal Wave: No Escape

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Tidal Wave: No Escape
Written by Tedi Sarafian
George Malko
Directed by George T. Miller
Starring Corbin Bernsen
Julianne Phillips
Gregg Henry
Larry Brandenburg
Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs
Music by Bruce Rowland
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
Executive producers Robert Halmi
Tedi Sarafian
ProducerJ. Boyce Harman Jr.
Cinematography Mark Irwin
Editor Corky Ehlers
Running time91 minutes
Production company Hallmark Entertainment
Original network ABC
Original releaseMay 5, 1997 (1997-05-05)

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 series of tidal waves bring chaos to the coast of California, prompting a navy scientist and an oceanographer to find the cause. They are not prepared for what they find and try to stop the person behind the man-made tidal waves.


See also

Killer Wave , a 2007 miniseries with a similar plot and identically-named villain.

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