Dante's Peak
©1997 Universal City Studios, Inc. All rights reserved.

THX LaserDisc Dolby Digital
Digital Sound CX Encoded *
Dolby Surround
PG-13 MPAA cc
Catalog Number 43155
Format Standard Play CAV
Table of Contents
Running Time 109 minutes
Side Chapters Frames Running Time
1 11 41,639 28min 46sec
2 11 40,055 27min 50sec
3 8 33,785 23min 29sec
4 9 42,760 29min 41sec
39 158,239 109min 53sec
Supplemental Material
5 11 47min 38sec
6 10 33,161 19min 36sec
21 67min 24sec
* Contains untimed still elements. Due to variations in transferring film and video to LaserDisc, exact run time may vary.
Pressing Location Pioneer Video Manufacturing
Letterbox Aspect Ratio
Retail Price $89.98
Issued September 9, 1997

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The set includes the following supplemental materials:
Features 5.1 channel Dolby Digital (AC-3) soundtrack (feature film only)
Presented in the 2.35:1 aspect ratio of the original 35 millimeter anamorphic theatrical prints
Running audio commentary by director Roger Donaldson and production designer Dennis Washington on the left analog channel.
Getting Close to the Show, an original documentary featuring interviews with Roger Donaldson, Pierce Brosnan, Linda Hamilton, executive producer Ilona Herzberg, members of the special effects teams, volcanologist David Harlow and others involved with the film.
Theatrical Trailers.
Storyboards, production designs and photographs
Shooting Script.
Original advertising concepts and campaigns.
Box set with insert.
Special bonus: Original stereo musical score isolated on the analog audio tracks of the documentary.
* CX Encoding on supplemental material only.
Director Roger Donaldson presents Dante's Peak, starring Pierce Brosnan and Linda Hamilton erupting with special effects, the story of a volcano with attitude and havoc and destruction it wreaks.

Mother Nature is behaving strangely in Dante's Peak, a quiet town of 8,000 people nestled at the foot of a towering mountain in the Cascade Range. No one, except visiting volcanologist Harry Dalton (Brosnan), heeds the warning signals - ground deformation and gas emissions - that the long-dormant volcanic peak is about to blow its top. Mayor Rachel Wando (Hamilton) finds herself caught between those who believe the mountain poses no threat and the handsome, concerned scientist who wants the community to go on alert. At a town meeting, debate on the question ends abruptly when a violent earthquake shakes the community. The citizens panic as volcanic ash covers the mountain. Harry drives Rachel home to get her two young children (Jeremy Foley and Jamie Renee Smith), only to discover that they have gone up the maintain in their mother's car to evacuate their grandmother (Elizabeth Hoffman). Racing against time, Harry and Rachel must rescue the three and escape the erupting volcano.

Last Updated: September 23, 1997
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