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The Incredible Discovery of Noah's Ark (1993)

TV Movie  -   -  Documentary | Adventure | Drama  -  20 February 1993 (USA)
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Join host Darren McGavin to search for the truth about a stunning archeological find. Is a giant 5,000-year-old wooden ship complete with animal stalls and cages Noah's Ark as some claim? ... See full summary »

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David Jensen ...
David Valenza ...
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Shem's Wife (as Susan Dolan)
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Himself - Host & Narrator
Ed Behling ...
Himself, Noah's Ark Eyewitness
Gregor Schwinghammer ...
Himself, Retired USAF F100 Pilot
George Jammal ...
Noah's Ark Eyewitness
John Whitcomb ...
Himself, Professor of Old Testament Studies (as Dr. John Whitcomb)
Cliff Moody ...
Himself, Research Librarian / Skeptic
Fernand Navarra ...
Himself, French Author & Explorer (archive footage)
Raphael Navarra ...
Himself, Son of Fernand Navarra (archive footage)
Charles Berlitz ...
Himself, Author of 'The Lost Ship of Noah' (as Dr. Charles Berlitz)
Ethel Nelson ...
Herself, Chinese Pictograph Linguist (as Dr. Ethel Nelson)
John Morris ...
Himself, Professor of Geology (as Dr. John Morris)
Rodney Vliet ...
Himself, Professor of Cultural Studies (as Dr. Rodney Vliet)
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Join host Darren McGavin to search for the truth about a stunning archeological find. Is a giant 5,000-year-old wooden ship complete with animal stalls and cages Noah's Ark as some claim? Over 200 cultures around the globe tell the same story: A flood; a large boat; animals; a few select survivors. Coincidence or historical fact? New scientific investigations provide amazing new discoveries. Written by Anonymous

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31 May 2006 | by (Arizona) – See all my reviews

This documentary on Noah's Ark was fascinating. It took you through the story and explained why the Biblical account of Noah is accurate. It explained the three sources the flood waters came from, where the Ark is today, how Noah and his family were able to take care of all those animals for such a long period of time, and other lingering questions. I watched this program repeatedly until a friend accidentally taped over it.

One of the men interviewed on the program who said he had actually been to the Ark showed a small piece of wood that he said came from the Ark. If my memory is correct, he was later proved to be a fraud, but overall this program was excellent. I would love to have it on tape or DVD!


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