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National Geographic: Secrets Of the Titanic #NLGVHS0002
National Geographic: Secrets Of the Titanic
National Geographic

 The film documentary, National Geographic: Secrets Of The Titanic highlights the 20th centuries most celebrated underwater shipwreck and expedition.  After years of research and exploration, a team led by Dr. Robert Ballard of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution located the final resting place of the ill-fated S.S. Titanic, which hit an iceberg and sank on her maiden voyage in the icy waters of the North Atlantic in 1912.  Armed with sophisticated equipment, including the submersible deep-sea Alvin and a number of remote cameras, Dr. Ballard and his team were the first humans to see the wreck of the S.S. Titanic two and one half miles beneath the surface of the Atlantic Ocean.  "National Geographic: Secrets Of the Titanic" presents in its entirety the intriguing story of the ship's discovery through interviews with Dr. Robert Ballard and the use of "breathtaking" footage of this exploration.  This special collector's edition includes an exclusive interview with Dr. Robert Ballard and features amazing newly released film footage of the S.S. Titanic.  Narrated by Martin Sheen.  Full screen in black & white and color.  Released in 1997.  Runtime 70 minutes.


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