Earthquake in New York
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|Earthquake in New York|
|Written by||Michael Sloane|
D. Brent Mote
|Directed by||Terry Ingram|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Production company(s)||Saban Entertainment|
|Original network||Fox Family Channel|
|Original release||October 11, 1998|
Earthquake in New York is an American television movie that aired on Fox Family Channel on Sunday October 11, 1998 from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. ET. The film's tagline was "In a city torn apart, a family comes together".
After an 8.2 earthquake strikes New York City, a detective searches for his wife and children in the ruins, while also hunting a serial killer.
- Greg Evigan as Detective John Rykker
- Cynthia Gibb as Laura Rekker
- Melissa Sue Anderson as Dr. Mariyln Blake
- Michael Moriarty as Captain Paul Stenning
- Götz Otto as Detecive Eric Steadman
- Dylan Provencher as Andrew Rykker
- Bryn McAuley as Carla Rykker
- Michael Sarrazin as Dr. Robert Trask
- TV Guide October 10-16, 1998. pg. 114.
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