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Titanic at 100: Mystery Solved (2012)

A team of technicians and scientist undertake a thorough site survey of the Titanic shipwreck area to examine how the passenger ship sank.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Christopher Davino ...
Himself - President - RMS Titanic, Inc. (as Chris Davino)
James P. Delgado ...
Himself - Dir. of Maritime Heritage - N.O.A.A. (as Dr. James Delgado)
David Gallo ...
Himself - President - Expedition Leader - WHOI (as Dr. David Gallo)
Ken Marschall ...
Himself - Artist, Visual Historian
James R. Chiles ...
Himself - Disaster Investigator
Bill Sauder ...
Himself - Dir. Tatanic Research, RMS Titanic, Inc.
William Lange ...
Himself - Principal Investigator - WHOI
Himself - Forensic Investigator
Mark Heinrich ...
Himself - R.O.V. Pilot - Phoenix Int.
Evan Kovacs ...
Himself - Imaging Director - WHOI
Michael Dessner ...
Himself - Director of Operations - Waitt Inst.
Mark Dennett ...
Himself - AUV Technician - WHOI
Greg J. Packard ...
Himself - AUV Operations Group Leader - WHOI (as Gregory Packard)
Alexandra Klingelhofer ...
Herself - Curator - RMST Inc.


As the 100th anniversary of Titanic's sinking approaches, a team of scientists, engineers, archaeologists and imaging experts have joined forces to answer one of the most haunting questions surrounding the legendary disaster: Just how did the "unsinkable" ship break apart and plunge into the icy waters of the North Atlantic? Written by History Channel

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15 April 2012 (USA)  »

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Must See for Titanic Fans
16 April 2012 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Titanic at 100: Mystery Solved (2012)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

Here's yet another (of many) documentary to go in with Titanic's 100th Anniversary sinking. This here is one of the more interesting ones as they attempt to do a complete map of the ocean floor and to locate every bit of debris. The documentary uses some terrific graphs to show us previous expeditions and we get to see what areas of the ocean floor they explored. It's shocking to think that no one has ever attempted to film ever inch of the ocean floor but that's what happens here. Fans of the Titanic or history buffs in general should really get a kick out of this documentary as you're going to recognize many familiar faces that you've seen in other Titanic documentaries. The experts are all brought together to look over the new findings but another missing is to see if Titanic had a structural flaw that caused it to break in two. Another mission is to locate the portion of the ship that actually caused it to break apart. I'm not going to spoil what all is discovered here but it's pretty amazing see so many new items that were just discovered. Those who enjoy seeing these items will get a real kick out of all the new stuff but even the familiar footage is striking because of the updated equipment. A must see for Titanic fans.

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