Medusa's Child Trailer

Medusa's Child Trailer (1997)

16 November 1997 Thriller 240 mins

Fuming over the departure of his wife Vivian and the cutting of his research funding, crazy nuclear scientist Rogers Henry constructs Medusa, a thermonuclear bomb capable of generating a continent-sized electro-magnetic pulse; such EMP could effectively destroy a computer-based society. He dupes Vivian into bringing it to the Pentagon to exact his final revenge on the government, rigging it so it will explode before its count-down if Vivian's pacemaker isn't within fifteen feet of it. Medusa arms itself in the air aboard Scott Nash's 737 cargo plane, and with Hurricane Sigrid about to hit the coast, nobody wants to let them land. Based on the novel by John J. Nance.

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Vincent Spano

as Scott Nash

Lori Loughlin

as Dr. Linda McCoy

Gail O'Grady

as Vivian Henry

Kevin Dillon

as Jerry Carnel

John Glover

as Rogers Henry

Martin Sheen

as President

Vyto Ruginis

as Defense Secretary Stanley Shapiro

Bob Morrisey

as F.B.I. Director

Ian Tracey

as Peter Cooke

J.B. Bivens

as FBI SWAT Team Leader


Randal S. Thomas

Randal S. Thomas Dialogue Editor

Larry Shaw


Kees Van Oostrum

Kees Van Oostrum Director of Photography

Byron King

Byron King Production Design

Eija Johnson

Eija Johnson Art Direction

Tedd Kuchera

Tedd Kuchera Set Decoration

International Releases Dates

United States 16 November 1997

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