Before Leonardo DiCaprio was popular and the Titanic sunk all box-office records, this documentary was telling the truth to all National Geographic viewers with exclusive footage of the ship "that God himself could not sink." This video records the original construction through to the final encounter with the ice flows off the coast of Canada. Famed explorer Dr. Robert Ballard details his search and eventual discovery of the RMS Titanic in 13,000 feet of frigid water below the surface of the North Atlantic. Armed with a high-tech robotic camera, haunting pictures reveal the final resting-place for this "unsinkable" ship. ~ C. Dwayne Smith
Nat'l Geographic Vid
Bonus Program: Last Hours of the Titanic; Behind the Scenes; Q&A with Dr. Ballard
Disc #1 -- National Geographic: Secrets of the Titanic 1. Introduction [1:09] 2. Deep Sea Museum [3:46] 3. Junkyard [3:37] 4. Belfast [4:20] 5. Shipbuilder To The World [5:45] 6. The Guarantee Group [3:14] 7. "She Was Alright When She Left Us" [7:19] 8. April 14th, 1912 [5:04] 9. Going Down With The Ship [5:18] 10. "You Don't Desecrate A Grave" [3:56] 11. Conclusion [1:08] 12. Credits [:15] 1. Introduction [3:26] 2. A Floating Palace [5:28] 3. The Search [1:58] 4. Discovery [2:59] 5. Training Jason [3:37] 6. A Precious View [5:57] 7. Two Miles Down [4:10] 8. Titanic Revealed [5:56] 9. The Grand Staircase [7:27] 10. The Debris Field [2:51] 11. Iceberg Right Ahead [2:31] 12. The Voyage Ends [4:37]
Disc #1 -- National Geographic: Secrets of the Titanic Play All Set Up Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired English: On English: Off Feature Selection Play All Save The Titanic With Bob Ballard Scene Selection Secrets Of The Titanic Scene Selection Special Features Bonus Program: Last Hours of the Titanic Behind The Scenes Q&A With Dr. Ballard
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