They've found the Titanic. There's just one thing left to do...A search by the American special services for a material vital to national security leads to the world's most infamous shipwreck - the Titanic. They believe the might 'unsinkable' ship was carrying a supply of a vital material that could be used to make the United States impregnable to atomic attack.The wreck lies too deep for divers to reach so the only solution is to raise it. But the Herculean project must be managed in absolute secrecy - this despite the extreme rigours of the climate the need... to work with previously untested technology and deadly interference from a rival nation... [show more]
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. Based on Clive Cussler's best-selling novel, this gripping adventure follows a team of scientists on a historic and potentially deadly mission to recover valuable raw material from the depths of the doomed passenger liner. Released in 1980 five years before the wreck of the Titanic was located the film boasts a high-calibre cast and spectacular special effects, with the action complemented by John Barry's hauntingly beautiful and evocative film score, which is regarded by several critics as one of the legendary composer's finest works. Raise the Titanic is featured here in a transfer made from original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Following a discovery in northern Siberia, US intelligence learns that in April 1912 a raw mineral now vital for the development of a new defensive weapons system was loaded onto RMS Titanic by an unknown American. As scientists join the US Navy to try to salvage the sunken vessel, a Russian crew is also heading to the scene, equally desperate to reach its vital cargo...
A big-budget, fictionalised account concerning the salvage operation used to find and raise the famous liner 'Titanic'. When it is thought that the long-sunk ship might contain material which would make America impervious to nuclear attack, new technology is employed to raise it from the watery depths.