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Columbus: The Lost Voyage (2007)

The story of one of the most famous men in history. You might think you know him - the heroic and successful discoverer of America. Now think again.



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Cast overview:
Alvaro Martin ...
Javier Mazan ...
Ivan de Lucas ...
Diego Mendez (as Carlos de la Torre)
Himself - Narrator (voice) (as Ed Herrmann)
Martin Dugard ...
Mark Horton ...

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Columbus' 4th voyage has been a total failure: he has not found the westward passage, he has no gold to show, he has lost men and ships and his efforts to build a colony have fallen through. The monarchs of Spain are not going to restore the rights and privileges which were taken away from Columbus after the first voyage. And Columbus will be shamed. Many of his sailors who have survived, can't face the journey home. They will choose to remain on Hispaniola or neighbouring Puerto Rico. Written by Production Office

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The life of a great Discoverer, his trials and tribulations.







Release Date:

8 October 2007 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Colon: El viaje perdido  »

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Cristobal Colon - Columbus: [gives an order] The hurricane is coming. Go and tell Ovando I need to hide my boats in Hispaniola harbour.
Diego Mendez: Admiral, you are not allowed to approach this island.
Cristobal Colon - Columbus: [furiously] The governor is a coward!... He is afraid of me!
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He sailed the ocean blue.
12 October 2008 | by (Muskogee OK) – See all my reviews

Many promises to the Spanish royalty would provide the means for Christopher Columbus to achieve part of his personal goals. He did not discover the quickest route to China from Europe, but he did put his name in the history books for discovering America, even if it was actually Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Venezuela. He did temporarily make himself a minor fortune. He made several more trips west and the last and lost voyage to the New World was in 1502.

Instead of a movie presentation, this is a History Channel dramatized documentary narrated by Ed Herrmann. Filmed on location with re-creations of Columbus(Olegar Fedoro), his ships and his destinations. He would prove to be a great sailor, daring explorer, a madman and also a genocidal plunderer before he slowly died. He would discover gold and make himself governor of Hispaniola. He ruled hard and harshly and turned the natives against him. Most of his own men committed mutiny. He had tribal members annihilated and he himself died suffering gout, arthritis and other maladies.

This documentary is very interesting and informative. Columbus was more than the heroic and successful explorer studied in school books. He died thinking he did find Asia west of Europe. His subsequent voyages each provided something of interest. Is there anyone else that thinks the History Channel is better than sitting peeking out a school window with glancing stares at the clock?

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