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Director: John Guillermin
 
Director: John Guillermin
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== Synopsis ==
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Classic 1970s disaster movie about a fire that breaks out in a state-of-the-art San Francisco high-rise building during the opening ceremony attended by a host of A-list guests. An overworked fire chief ([[Steve McQueen]]) and the building's architect ([[Paul Newman]]) must cooperate in the struggle to save lives and subdue panic while a corrupt, cost-cutting contractor ([[William Holden]]) tries to evade responsibility for the disaster.
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''List still incomplete''
   
 
==Male Deaths==
 
==Male Deaths==
*[[Norman Burton]]
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*[[Norman Burton]] [Will Giddings]
   
*[[Richard Chamberlain]]
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*[[Richard Chamberlain]] [Roger Simmons]
*[[Jack Collins]]
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*[[Jack Collins]] [Mayor Bob Ramsay]
*[[Gregory Sierra]]
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*[[Gregory Sierra]] [Carlos]
*[[Robert Vaughn]]
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*[[Robert Vaughn]] [Senator Gary Parker]
*[[Robert Wagner]]
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*[[Robert Wagner]] [Dan Bigelow]
   
 
==Female Deaths==
 
==Female Deaths==
   
*[[Susan Flannery]]
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*[[Susan Flannery]] [Lorrie]
*[[Jennifer Jones]]
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*[[Jennifer Jones]] [Lisolette Mueller]
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Untitledfgflk5l5l5lklgk44ff.png|Susan Flannery.
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[[Category:Academy Award Nominees]]
 
[[Category:Academy Award Nominees]]
 
[[Category:Academy Award Winners]]
 
[[Category:Academy Award Winners]]
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[[Category:Rated PG films]]
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[[Category:2.35:1 films]]

Latest revision as of 01:09, April 12, 2019

&#039;The Towering Inferno&#039; (1974) poster

'The Towering Inferno' (1974) poster

The Towering Inferno (1974)

Director: John Guillermin

Synopsis Edit

Classic 1970s disaster movie about a fire that breaks out in a state-of-the-art San Francisco high-rise building during the opening ceremony attended by a host of A-list guests. An overworked fire chief (Steve McQueen) and the building's architect (Paul Newman) must cooperate in the struggle to save lives and subdue panic while a corrupt, cost-cutting contractor (William Holden) tries to evade responsibility for the disaster.

List still incomplete

Male DeathsEdit

Female DeathsEdit

GalleryEdit

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