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Raise the Titanic ()


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To obtain a supply of a rare mineral, a ship raising operation is conducted for the only known source, the R.M.S. Titanic.

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Admiral James Sandecker
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Dirk Pitt
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Dr. Gene Seagram
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Dana Archibald
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John Bigalow
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Captain Prevlov
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Master Chief Vinnie Walker
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Captain Joe Burke
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Admiral Kemper
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Marganin
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Merker
Robert Broyles ...
Willis
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CIA Director Nicholson
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Bohannon
Harvey Lewis ...
Kiel
Charles Macaulay ...
General Dale Busby
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Koplin
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Munk
Marvin Silbersher ...
Soviet Ambassador Antonov
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Spence
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Dr. Silverstein
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Sarah Martindale
Trent Dolan ...
Isbell
Paul Tuerpe ...
Klink
Sander Vanocur ...
Commentator
Ken Place ...
Drummer
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Lieutenant Northacker
Craig Shreeve ...
Gunther
Brendan Burns ...
Carter
Jonathan Moore ...
Captain Parotkin
George Whiteman ...
Beck
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Woodson
Mike Kulcsar ...
Russian Sentry
Alexander Firsow ...
Sloyuk
Mark Hammer ...
Polevoi
Ron David ...
Reporter #2
Franchelle Stewart Dorn ...
Reporter #3
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Reporter #4 (as Claire Lee)
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Reporter #5
Jim Scopelitis ...
Reporter #6
Gabrielle DeCuir ...
Reporter #7 (as Gabrielle DeCuir-Carr)
James W. Gavin ...
Helicopter Pilot
Bert Drake ...
Helicopter Passenger
Nicos Savalas ...
Welch
Roy Evans ...
Gravedigger #1
Tom Curnow ...
Gravedigger #2
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Clive Cussler ...
Bearded Reporter (uncredited)
Garth Inns ...
Safe Cutter (uncredited)
Candyce Martin ...
Extra (uncredited)
Nik Mescherski ...
Man at Soviet Embassy (uncredited)
Steve Moriarty ...
News Conference Reporter (uncredited)
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Dr. Vogel (uncredited)

Directed by

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Jerry Jameson

Written by

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Adam Kennedy ... (screenplay)
 
Eric Hughes ... (adaptation)
 
Clive Cussler ... (novel)

Produced by

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William Frye ... producer
Martin Starger ... executive producer
Lew Grade ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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John Barry

Cinematography by

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Matthew F. Leonetti ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Robert F. Shugrue
J. Terry Williams

Editorial Department

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Martin Chielens ... assistant editor
Geoffrey Mackrill ... assistant editor: Malta (uncredited)

Casting By

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Jane Feinberg
Mike Fenton

Production Design by

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John DeCuir ... (as John F. Decuir)

Art Direction by

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John DeCuir Jr.

Set Decoration by

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Mickey S. Michaels

Makeup Department

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Cherie ... hair stylist
Robert Dawn ... makeup artist (as Bob Dawn)
Ramon Gow ... makeup artist: Europe
Robin Grantham ... makeup artist: Europe

Production Management

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Malcolm J. Christopher ... production supervisor: Europe (as Malcolm Christopher)
Robin S. Clark ... production manager (as Robin Clark)
Dimitri Dimitriadis ... production manager: Greece
Nikos Doukas ... assistant production manager: Greece (as Nicos Doucas)
Ray Frift ... production manager: Malta
Richard L. O'Connor ... executive in charge of production
James Potter ... post-production supervisor

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Paul Chavez ... second assistant director
D. Scott Easton ... second assistant director (as Scott Easton)
Bruce Hanson ... third assistant director
Mike Higgins ... first assistant director: miniature unit
Michael D. Moore ... second unit director (as Mickey Moore)
Roy P. Stevens ... second assistant director: U.K., Greece
James A. Westman ... first assistant director (as Jim Westman)

Art Department

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Larry Clark Bird ... property master (as Larry Bird)
Raphael Bretton ... set decorator: Washington, D.C. (as Raphael Breton)
Susan Carsello ... lead person
Dick Frift ... construction coordinator: Europe
Hank Kentop ... supervisor of construction
Daniel Maltese ... set designer
Peg McClellan ... illustrator
Ian Whittaker ... set decorator: Europe
Ken Zimmerman ... property master
Sylvan Zimmerman ... supervising painter
Ken Marschall ... model designer (uncredited)
Tayie Rehem ... scenic painter (uncredited)
William Ladd Skinner ... set designer (uncredited)
Frank White ... labor foreman (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Dean Gilmore ... production sound mixer
Robert W. Glass Jr. ... re-recording mixer
Glen Lambert ... boom operator
John W. Mitchell ... sound mixer: Europe (as John Mitchell)
Keith Pamplin ... boom operator: Europe
Ross Taylor ... sound effects editor
Bill Thiederman ... Glen Glen P.A.P. Systems (as R. William Thiederman)
Robert Thirlwell ... re-recording mixer
John Wilkinson ... re-recording mixer (as John K. Wilkinson)
Bill Wistrom ... supervising sound editor (as William H. Wistrom)

Special Effects by

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Ricou Browning ... director: model unit, Malta
Jimmy Thomson ... special effects
Alex Weldon ... special effects supervisor
Norman Baillie ... special effects (uncredited)
Alan Barnard ... special effects (uncredited)
David Beavis ... special effects (uncredited)
Ron Cartwright ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Mario Cassar ... special effects foreman: Malta (uncredited)
Tony Dunsterville ... special effects technician (uncredited)
John Evans ... special effects (uncredited)
Scott Forbes ... special effects technician (uncredited)
David Harris ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Garth Inns ... special effects (uncredited)
John Morris ... special effects (uncredited)
John Richardson ... special effects (uncredited)
Joseph C. Sasgen ... special effects electronics (uncredited)
Richard Stutsman ... special effects technician: miniature unit (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Michael McMillen ... model maker
John Richardson ... model and mechanical effects supervisor: Europe
Wally Veevers ... matte effect supervisor: Europe
Doug Ferris ... matte artist (uncredited)
Tad Krzanowski ... model effects (uncredited)

Stunts

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Loren Janes ... stunts
Ivan Pulis ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Wayne Baker ... assistant camera
John Baron ... key gaffer
Jack Cooperman ... director of photography: full size underwater inserts
Alan Gornick ... underwater cinematographer (as Allan Gornick Jr.)
Bruce Hill ... high speed cinematographer: Malta
Bill Johnson ... camera operator
John C. Kirk ... key grip
Dennis Matsuda ... first assistant camera
Stan McClain ... assistant camera: aerial unit
Patrick E. McGinness ... second assistant camera
Rexford L. Metz ... director of photography: second unit (as Rex Metz)
Ralph Nelson ... still photographer
Louis Niemeyer ... first assistant cameraman: second unit
Jeff Paynter ... second unit focus puller
Robert Steadman ... director of photography: model unit, Malta (as Bob Steadman)
John Tythe ... gaffer: Europe
Doug Willis ... key grip
Arthur Wooster ... director of photography: additional sequences, Europe
Ronald Lenoir ... chargehand rigger (uncredited)
David Wynn-Jones ... focus puller (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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John A. Anderson ... wardrobe supervisor (as John Anderson)
Dianne Cohoon ... wardrobe (as Diane Cohoon)
Babs Gray ... wardrobe (uncredited)

Location Management

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Mike Higgins ... unit location manager
Philip Morris ... assistant location manager
Stuart Neumann ... location manager: Washington, D.C.

Music Department

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John Barry ... conductor
Kenneth Hall ... music editor (as Ken Hall)
Dan Wallin ... score mixer

Transportation Department

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Donald R. Casella ... transportation captain (as Don Casella)
Linda Cipperley ... transportation
Frank Khoury ... transportation (uncredited)

Other crew

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Ellen Adolph ... manager of production accounting
Ricou Browning Jr. ... marine crew
Ron Cook ... production accountant: Europe
Robin Demetriou ... cast and crew chef
Richard Dixon ... production auditor (as Dick Dixon)
Jeffrey A. Humphreys ... studio utility
Miriam Holder Jacobs ... production secretary (as Miriam Jacobs)
Don Keach ... technical advisor
Gene Kraft ... title designer
Manuel Louis ... boat master (as Manny Louis)
Nancy Mayer ... production coordinator
Marilyse Morgan ... production assistant: Greece and Malta
Donald L. Nobles ... technical coordinator (as Don Nobles)
Stefano Priori ... location accountant
Ray Quiroz ... script supervisor (as Ray Quiros)
Paul Taylor ... key production runner: UK: Malta: Greece
Don Walsh ... technical advisor
Arthur Wilde ... unit publicist
Callum McDougall ... production runner (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A group of Americans are interested in raising the ill-fated ocean liner R.M.S. Titanic. One of the team members finds out the Russians also have plans to raise the ship from its watery grave. Why all the interest? A rare mineral on board could be used to power a sound beam that will knock any missile out of the air when entering us airspace. Written by Colin Tinto

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Taglines They've found the Titanic. There's just one thing left to do... See more »
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Also Known As
  • La guerre des abîmes (France)
  • Rettet die Titanic (Germany)
  • Hebt die Titanic (Germany)
  • Rescaten el Titanic (Spain)
  • Hebt die Titanic (West Germany)
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Runtime
  • 115 min
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Budget $36,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia This movie was surprisingly accurate on one point, though they didn't know it at the time. Computer displays in the movie show the Titanic resting at a depth of 12,347 feet. When the wreck was discovered in 1985, it was resting at a depth of 12,415 feet. See more »
Goofs When the team examines the horn retrieved from the wreck, they note that the instrument was presented to its owner after "three years service on the Olympic". The RMS Olympic, the Titanic's sister ship, was launched in 1910 and entered service in 1911. No one could've served 3 years on it by 1912, when the Titanic sank. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Voyagers of the Titanic (1983). See more »
Quotes Dana Archibald: I'm a dynamite fisher-person. I just can't put the wormy on the hooky.
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