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Det skæve skib (2002)

Henrik Kurt Carlsen became world famous 50 years ago as the fearless Captain who stayed on board his faltering ship. For 13 days he was on the front page of every newspaper, and the whole ... See full summary »

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Henrik Kurt Carlsen Henrik Kurt Carlsen ... Himself - Captain, Flying Enterprise (archive footage)
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Henrik Kurt Carlsen became world famous 50 years ago as the fearless Captain who stayed on board his faltering ship. For 13 days he was on the front page of every newspaper, and the whole world held its breath as he fought to save The Flying Enterprise. All though the ship finally sank off the British coast, when Carlsen reached the shore he was received like a conquering hero. Now, fifty years later the documentary brings the legend of Captain Carlsen and The Flying Enterprise to life. It takess the viewers on a journey that brings us to the bottom of The Atlantic and fifty years back in time. For the first time in history divers have located and filmed the long lost wreck of The Flying Enterprise. Dramatic pictures surface with astonishing new discoveries which provoke new questions and deepen the mystery surrounding the famed ship. Written by nathue

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Denmark

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Danish

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11 December 2002 (Denmark) See more »

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DR-Dokumentar: Det skæve skib See more »

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