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Outbreak (1995)
Starring: Patrick Dempsey, Morgan Freeman, Cuba Gooding Jr., Linda Hoffman, Rene Russo, Kevin Spacey, Donald Sutherland
Director: Wolfgang Petersen
Category: Action / Adventure, Independent
Studio: Warner Bros.
English, Spanish, French
128 mins



This animal carries a deadly virus... and the greatest medical crisis in the world is about to happen. Try to remain calm.

Dustin Hoffman plays Sam Daniels, a take-charge army virologist trying to stave off global biological meltdown. A rare killer virus from the jungles of Zaire has taken hold in a California community. It knows no boundaries. Its mortality rate is 100%. And some say the only way to stop its spread is to firebomb thew town and everyone in it. Rene Russo, Morgan Freeman, Donald Sutherland and more superb talents join Hoffman in this shocking, nail-biting tale of the day that could become doomsday.


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