Earthquake (1974) – The Tunnel Flood Scene (10/10) | Movieclips

Earthquake – The Tunnel Flood: Survivors race to climb out of the tunnel.

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When a major earthquake hits Los Angeles, the various residents of the city cope with the chaos and destruction. Successful architect Stewart Graff (Charlton Heston) argues with his demanding wife, Remy Royce-Graff (Ava Gardner), as the disaster hits. Later, when he checks in on his flirtatious friend Denise Marshall (Geneviève Bujold), they begin an affair. As the personal dramas continue, the city is threatened by aftershocks and possibly even greater quakes.

TM & © Universal (1974)
Cast: Ava Gardner, Charlton Heston, Geneviève Bujold, George Kennedy
Screenwriter: George Fox, Mario Puzo
Director: Mark Robson

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  1. I remember I saw this movie when I was 8 and surprisingly I agreed with what Heston did??? Can anyone explain why!!

  2. When I first saw this scene as a kid I could've sworn his wife deliberately pulled him under the water with her. As an adult this looks like a totally different scene 🤔

  3. 1:11 Denise (Graff's mistress) was almost Captain Janeway 20 years later.

  4. Special effects and senssround are the leading awards. Good cast.

  5. I watched all 10 clips, and no one was smoking a cigarette? Or did I miss 1 somewhere? Not very 70's lol.

  6. Where would the current have taken them?

  7. Man! Charlton Heston went from parting the Red Sea as Moses in The Ten Commandments to being swept away by the tunnel flood in the final scene of Earthquake.

  8. Our hero saves his estranged drunkard wife while his mistress watches. Too tragic, but great film.

  9. Only ogs used to watch him when he had 6m Rip old memories

  10. Los Angeles: Flooded
    Banda Aceh, Japan, Donggala: HOLD MY GIGANTIC TSUNAMI

  11. What does this (10/10) mean?

  12. Some of those 70s haircuts are scary

  13. Surely Moses can stop the water for a short while?

  14. genuinely great, perfect maybe, movie

  15. Tempting providence disaster movies!

  16. R.I.P Los Angeles In Old Movies (1951-1974)

  17. Behold, an ending changed by actor meddling!

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