Firehouse (1987 film)

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Firehouse
Firehouse 1987.jpg
DVD cover
Directed byJ. Christian Ingvordsen
Produced byC. Steven Duncker
J. Christian Ingvordsen
Steven Kaman
Written byJ. Christian Ingvordsen
Steven Kaman
Rick Marx
StarringGianna Ranaudo
Gideon Fountain
Peter Mackenzie
Music byMichael Montes
CinematographySteven Kaman
Edited bySteven Kaman
Production
company
Cinema Sciences Corporation
Running time
91 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Firehouse is a 1987 film directed and co-written by J. Christian Ingvordsen. The movie is notable as the film debut of (a then-unknown) Julia Roberts in an uncredited role.[1]

Plot[edit]

An evil businessman is secretly setting fires to some of the old buildings of a dilapidated neighborhood, while at the same time three women become the new recruits at a local fire station. Life is not smooth at the new firehouse, as the women are teased and harassed by their male coworkers. But they learn to stand up for themselves against the torment while also solving the mystery of who is starting the fires.

Principal cast[edit]

Actor Role
Gianna Ranaudo (as Gianna Rains) Barrett Hopkins
Martha Peterson Shannon Murphy
Renee Raiford Violet Brown
Peter Onorati Ron J. Sleek
Gideon Fountain John Anderson
Peter Mackenzie Dickson Willoughby
Craig Mitchell Bummy
Julia Roberts (uncredited) Babs

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