In order to save his family, a contractor must construct an ark before a massive flood hits his home town.

Director:

Ken Kwapis

Writers:

Juliet Giglio (as Juliet Aires), Keith Giglio | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tony Danza ... Norman Waters
Wallace Shawn ... Zack
Jane Sibbett ... Angela
John Marshall Jones ... Ernie
Don McManus
Scott Olynek ... Kid with Bad Hair
Joe Norman Shaw ... Aris
Randy Birch Randy Birch ... Pete the Plumber
Aaron Pearl ... Karl
Jane McGregor ... Kathy Simmons
Jaia Talisman ... Cute Blonde (as Anita Matthys)
Paul Coeur Paul Coeur ... Ray the Inspector
Bharbara Egan Bharbara Egan ... Woman #1
Matt Clarke ... Kid in the 'Mega' shirt
Karen Johnson-Diamond Karen Johnson-Diamond ... Clerk
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In order to save his family, a contractor must construct an ark before a massive flood hits his home town.

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He's got forty days to build a floating zoo. And it's beginning to look like rain...


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 October 1998 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Die Arche Norman See more »

Filming Locations:

Calgary, Alberta, Canada See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Zack: Five ninety-nine? That doesn't look like a phone number!
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Version of Evan Almighty (2007) See more »

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Silly little story to keep you amused
20 June 2004 | by khatcher-2See all my reviews

Light entertainment which might have you smiling from time to time; all so implausible, the world of make-believe. Even the actors appear not to be acting, but just playing at acting. Easy-going so as to keep children happy, but most certainly if only about 7 years old, or if you are 97 years old and want to sleep for a while. A far-fetched fantasy for over-anxious minds, perhaps, and I cannot really believe that anybody concerned with making this film could have taken anything even slightly seriously. However, if the planet keeps on warming up, and rainstorms continue getting worse, who knows whether in the next twenty years you will be building ships in your garden in Dakota? It is worth thinking about.


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