Tony Robinson accompanies James Cameron, the Oscar-winning writer, director and producer of the blockbuster film Titanic, on a poignant farewell to the most spectacular shipwreck in history...
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Tony Robinson accompanies James Cameron, the Oscar-winning writer, director and producer of the blockbuster film Titanic, on a poignant farewell to the most spectacular shipwreck in history. Nearly 10 years after Cameron's first visit to the wreck, this is his last. Written by
If you have seen the blockbuster film at the cinema directed by James Cameron (Aliens, Terminators 1 + 2, True Lies) then you might be interested to see this documentary. Time Team's Tony Robinson (Baldrick) has been invited to go on a final voyage to see the famous ship that sank in 1912. He has been invited by Cameron who has been interested in Titanic for many years, and this is his last ever view of it. The ship is falling apart really quickly, they could try and bring it to the surface, but many people argue that it should remain there for many purposes. I think this is really good for all the explanations, views of the ship, small clips from the film and James Cameron was quite a nice guy towards Robinson. Very good!
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