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Dr. Robert Ballard of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and his research team become the first undersea explorers to locate, photograph, and explore the wreckage of the ill-fated HMS Titanic, which sank on its maiden voyage 2 1/2 mile deep in the icy waters of the Atlantic in 1912, taking 1500 passengers and crew with it to a watery grave. Utilizing dazzling state-of-the art equipment and cutting edge expertise they record the decaying remains of the ocean liner once thought "unsinkable."

  1. Graham Hurley

    Director

  2. Robert D. Ballard

    Director

  3. Nicolas Noxon

    Writer

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  1. Robert D. Ballard

    Himself

  2. Martin Sheen

    Martin Sheen

    Himself (Narrator)

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Secrets of the Titanic
Secrets of the Titanic

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  • August 7, 1986
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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 51m

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