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In Search of Noah's Ark (1976)

An investigation into the theory that Mt. Ararat in Turkey is the final resting place of Noah's Ark.

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Vern Adix ...
Melvin Cook ...
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Brad Crandall ...
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Eryl Cummings ...
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Philip Hammond ...
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Elfred Lee ...
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John Warwick Montgomery ...
Himself (as Dr. John Warwick Montgomery)
John Morris ...
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Frank Moss ...
Himself (as Senator Frank Moss)
Fernand Navarra ...
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Roger Rusk ...
Himself (as Prof. Roger Rusk)
Fred A. Waltz ...
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An investigation into the theory that Mt. Ararat in Turkey is the final resting place of Noah's Ark.

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High atop a mountain in Turkey is a giant 5,000 year old wooden ship containing hundreds of stalls and cages. IS IT NOAH'S ARK? See more »


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24 December 1976 (USA)  »

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Finders of the Lost Ark  »

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$55,734,818 (USA)
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Trivia

The expedition to find Noah's Ark by Russian Tsar Nicholas II is only rumoured, but is presented in the film as fact. See more »

Connections

Featured in In Search of Historic Jesus (1979) See more »

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You are in error bgard08 re 'Movie was a scam' (26 April 2004)
9 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

Re 'The individual who brought down pieces of the alleged Ark actually cooked them in his oven at home to "age" them'.

You're thinking of George Jammal, who appeared in CBS's 'The Incredible Discovery of Noah's Ark' in 1993 - and, yes, ultimately proved to be a hoaxer.

Jammal wasn't in the 1976 film.

The 1976 film is still certainly worth a watch today...in fact, I wouldn't mind seeing a remake of it, re-examining the accounts of eyewitnesses sources from 1976 and investigating claims of sighting which have taken place over the past 25 years.


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