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Sinking of the Lusitania: Terror at Sea (2007)
"Lusitania: Murder on the Atlantic" (original title)

TV Movie  -   -  Documentary | Drama | History  -  12 May 2007 (USA)
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The U-20 set was the original U-96 set used in Das Boot (1981). The Type U-19 of World War I and Type VIIC of World War II had similar internal dimensions. See more »

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On at least two occasions the captain of the U 20 gives the order to "blow ballast" when he wants to dive the submarine. This order would result in all water being blown out of the ballast tanks and should only be given to surface the boat. In order to dive a submarine one must flood the ballast tanks with water. See more »

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Prof. Ian Holbourn: I think that those of us who survived have well almost duty to those who those who didn't to find out why we where left so open to attack.
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Adrian Topol's character name is pronounced Voegele in the German dialogue and is spelled this way in the accompanying English subtitles. However in the credits it is spelled Vogele. Correct German spelling uses either "ö" (o with an umlaut) or else "oe". See more »

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Disappointingly tedious
4 February 2009 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Given the subject matter one would have expected a tense and exciting story. Unfortunately what we are presented with here is dull and tedious. It follows the story of the destruction of the RMS Lusitania from the time of her departure from New York City to her torpedoing off the coast of Ireland several days later and the subsequent Inquiry into the sinking. It is in docudrama format and is narrated in part by John Hannah's character of Prof Ian Holbourn. The acting is rather mediocre, the sets are uninspiring and the outside shots, particularly the sinking, were obviously not shot in the North Atlantic. The scenes on board the German U-Boat are somewhat more convincing. The special effects are sparse but adequate. Kenneth Cranham puts in the best performance as Captain Turner. Very disappointing, I found myself looking at the clock waiting for it to finish.


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