Outbreak

Outbreak

Director: Wolfgang Petersen Cast: Dustin Hoffman, Rene Russo, Morgan Freeman
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Overview

Outbreak

Wolfgang Petersen's medical thriller Outbreak comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1. A closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1, while a French soundtrack has been recorded in Dolby Digital Surround. English, Spanish, and French subtitles are accessible. Supplemental materials include production notes. This is a solid DVD that does a very good job of presenting the movie but does not offer anything more.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/21/1997
UPC: 0085391363224
Original Release: 1995
Rating: R
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 2:08:00
Sales rank: 76,414

Special Features

Closed Caption; Interactive menus; Production notes; Scene access; Languages: English and Français; Subtitles: English, Français, Español

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dustin Hoffman Sam Daniels
Rene Russo Robby Keough
Morgan Freeman Gen. Billy Ford
Kevin Spacey Casey Schuler
Cuba Gooding Maj. Salt
Donald Sutherland Gen. Donald McClintock
Joe Don Baker Actor
Patrick Dempsey Jimbo Scott
Zakes Mokae Dr. Benjamin Iwabi
Malick Bowens Dr. Raswani
Susan Lee Hoffman Dr. Lisa Aronson
Bruce Jarchow Dr. Mascelli
Daniel Chodes Rudy Alvarez
Michelle Joyner Sherry Mauldin
Tim Ransom Tommy Hull
Michael Sottile Gunner Pilot
Ed Beechner Gunner
Mathew Saks Sergeant Wolf
Diana Bellamy Mrs Pananides
Lance Kerwin American Mercenary
Bill Stevenson Biotest Guard
Kellie Overbey Alice
Dana Anderson Corinne
Patricia Place Mrs Foote
Brian Reddy Tracy's Father
J.J. Chaback Nurse Jane
Jack Rader Police Chief Fowler
Robert Alan Beuth George Armistead
Gordon Michaels Man in LIne
Peter Looney White House Counsel
Conrad Bachmann California Governor
Cynthia Harrison Co-anchor
Julie Araskog Janet Adams
George Christy Senator
Mark Brown Officer
Jim Antonio Dr. Drew Reynolds
Dale Dye Colonel Briggs
Joseph Latimore Viper Two Co-Pilot
Leland Hayward Henry Seward

Technical Credits
Wolfgang Petersen Director,Producer
Michael Ballhaus Cinematographer
Rosemary Brandenberg Set Decoration/Design
Stephen Brown Co-producer
Michael E. Burke Special Effects
David M. Dunlap Cinematographer
Laurence Dworet Screenwriter
John Frazier Special Effects
Stella Furner Set Decoration/Design
Nana Greenwald Co-producer
Duncan Henderson Executive Producer
James Newton Howard Score Composer
William Hoy Editor
Dennis E. Jones Production Manager
Gail Katz Producer
Lynzee Klingman Editor
Peter Kohn Asst. Director
Anne Kopelson Executive Producer
Arnold Kopelson Producer
Richard Lightstone Musical Direction/Supervision
David Nowell Cinematographer
Eric Orbom Set Decoration/Design
Nancy Patton Art Director
Frank Pezza Art Director
Erica Phillips Costumes/Costume Designer
Robert Roy Pool Screenwriter
Thomas Reta Set Decoration/Design
Stephen E. Rivkin Editor
William Sandell Production Designer
Carl Stensel Set Decoration/Design
Neil Travis Editor

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Standard
0. Jump to a Scene
1. 1967: Incident at Motaba [3:54]
2. Multilevel Credits [3:09]
3. Different directions [3:12]
4. Mission to Zaire; the new man [2:58]
5. Motaba: a punishment [4:37]
6. Scared [2:39]
7. Travelers [2:34]
8. Virus at work [4:38]
9. Orders from above [2:39]
10. Jimbo's unwanted pet [4:13]
11. Feeling ill [3:05]
12. Death in Boston [3:21]
13. Microscopic menace at the movies [2:43]
14. New orders [3:31]
15. Invasion of Cedar Creek [2:11]
16. "It's airborne" [2:04]
17. A new strain [2:31]
18. "I've always been here" [2:05]
19. No escape [2:59]
20. "Are we working together,sir/" [4:06]
21. #612: Positive [4:07]
22. Casey's accident [1:11]
23. Haunting images [2:09]
24. Casualties of war [2:51]
25. Had it all the time [1:52]
26. Nothing to say [2:45]
27. Not invited [3:51]
28. "We're airborne" [4:08]
29. Answers in San Francisco [2:53]
30. Answers at sea: our host [3:14]
31. Holding Casey's hand [1:10]
32. Getting the message across [3:02]
33. Setting a trap for Betsy [2:00]
34. Last line of defense [:57]
35. Out of the woods [1:46]
36. Resistance [2:42]
37. Going low [1:30]
38. Evasive maneuvers [2:52]
39. Exposed [2:40]
40. Death heads for Cedar Creek [4:49]
41. In Sandman's path [2:02]
42. Detonation [:59]
43. A wonderful moment [1:47]
44. "Now that I have the antibodies" [1:27]
45. End Credits [5:48]
Side #2 -- Widescreen
0. Jump to a Scene
1. 1967: Incident at Motaba [3:55]
2. Multilevel Credits [3:09]
3. Different directions [3:12]
4. Mission to Zaire; the new man [2:58]
5. Motaba: a punishment [4:37]
6. Scared [2:39]
7. Travelers [2:34]
8. Virus at work [4:38]
9. Orders from above [2:39]
10. Jimbo's unwanted pet [4:13]
11. Feeling ill [3:05]
12. Death in Boston [3:21]
13. Microscopic menace at the movies [2:43]
14. New orders [3:31]
15. Invasion of Cedar Creek [2:11]
16. "It's airborne" [2:04]
17. A new strain [2:31]
18. "I've always been here" [2:05]
19. No escape [2:59]
20. "Are we working together, sir?" [4:06]
21. #612: Positive [4:07]
22. Casey's accident [1:11]
23. Haunting images [2:09]
24. Casualties of war [2:51]
25. Had it all the time [1:52]
26. Nothing to say [2:45]
27. Not invited [3:51]
28. "We're airborne" [4:08]
29. Answers in San Francisco [2:53]
30. Answers at sea: our host [3:14]
31. Holding Casey's hand [1:10]
32. Getting the message across [3:02]
33. Setting a trap for Betsy [2:00]
34. Last line of defense [:57]
35. Out of the woods [1:46]
36. Resistance [2:42]
37. Going low [1:30]
38. Evasive maneuvers [2:52]
39. Exposed [2:40]
40. Death heads for Cedar Creek [4:49]
41. In Sandman's path [2:02]
42. Detonation [:59]
43. A wonderful moment [1:47]
44. "Now that I have the antibodies" [1:27]
45. End Credits [5:48]

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Outbreak 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
wow good movie
Guest More than 1 year ago
There is an extremely dangerous airborne virus killing the population of a small California town. While the army is trying to isolate the town, an army doctor, played by Dustin Hoffman, and his crew including Rene Russo, and Cuba Gooding Jr., are searching for a cure. They will eventually discover that this virus is not unknown to some people in the military. The bad thing is that these people holding a powerful position in the military, including roles played by Morgan Freeman and Donald Sutherland, would prefer to wipe out the town rather than to help find out how this plague has entered the country. A monkey that is carrying the virus was captured for research in Africa and taken to the United States, which is the way the virus came into this country. The reason the virus spread so quickly is because one of the employees stole the monkey to sell to a pet store and set him free. This enabled him, the monkey, to run rampant coming in contact with several people who then came in contact with others causing an epidemic. Outbreak is a sci-fi action thriller movie that came out in the year 1995 directed by Wolfgang Peterson. This movie was suspenseful with a little bit of everything. The movie is rated R for language because it has occasional profanity. It has a mix of action, humor & horror. After watching the movie, it really makes you think about this actually happening because it is possible. You realize how things easily take a turn for the worst because of one person not knowing the consequences of their actions. Overall it’s a good movie, I’d give it a 9 on a scale from 1-10.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the best movie I've ever seen. The science facts are dead-on and the way they handled the situation was accurate as well. The only problem I had was the ending. It was too Hollywood.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a great suspense movie, but if you're looking for something with accurate science, it's not for you. It's hard to correct the science without giving away anything, but developing drugs takes years of research, and the only known cures are for bacteria...
Guest More than 1 year ago
Outbreak focuses on a deadly Virus, which is transported into the U.S. by a monkey from the jungles of Zaire, Africa. When this deadly disease spreads in a California town, a group of scientists realize that it could spread through the rest of the United States in a matter of days. But as the military quarantine becomes tighter and tighter, the head scientist begins to suspect that something else is going on, and that he himself might be in danger for knowing it. I myself found this movie very interesting. I would recommend this movie to anyone. Other movies that have been seen that are similar and interesting like this one are The Plague Fighters, and Killer Disease On Campus-meningitis. Outbreak was a movie that caught a lot of attention by a lot of people. I would rate this movie a 9 out of 10!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The movie I am reviewing is called "The Outbreak". This movie was made in 1995, and my rating for it is a perfect ten. I recommend this movie to viewers who like adrenaline, and also love science. The main actors in this movie are Rene Russo, Morgan Freeman, Donald Sutherland, Dustin Hoffman, and Kevin Spacey. The Director of this movie is Wolfgang Peterson. This movie is sort of a science fiction movie, but it relates to many things in today's world. Things like AIDS, STDs, Polio, and other diseases that can be easily spread to unknown victims. This movie is based on a killer virus that has taken over a California community, and an army virologist (Dustin Hoffman) who strives to battle those who think that the only way to stop the disease is to firebomb the whole town. The virus was spread by a monkey who drank the diseased water and was brought to the small town, and one thing led to another and the disease seemed to spread in a blink of an eye. In my opinion, this movie can teach you many aspects of science. For instance, how vaccines work, diseases spread, how a disease and microbes becomes airborne, and many other new things that our minds tend to ignore. Also, one could learn how the army troops are not only used for war, but also for many other things in our society that we wouldn't even think of, such as protecting us from the ravages of viruses and bacteria.
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