Titanic [videorecording] : the complete story / the History Channel [presents] an Arts & Entertainment presentation, a Greystone production/Van Ness Films in association with Fox Productions, Fox Television Studios and A & E Network [presents] ; producers, Melissa Jo Peltier, Larayne DeCouer, Edith Becker ; writers, Melissa Jo Peltier, Jerry Decker, Tom Jennings ; director, Edith Becker ; Melissa Jo Peltier.Material type: FilmPublisher number: AAE-70411 | A & E Home EntertainmentPublication details: [United States] : A & E Home Entertainment : History Channel : Distributed by New Video, Edition: Special commemorative edDescription: 2 videodiscs (286 min.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 inISBN:
- G530.T6 T58 2002
- Director of photography, Josh Morton ; editor, Yann Debonne ; music, Christopher L. Stone.
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DVD, Dolby digital stereo.
Narrators: David McCallum, Victor Garber.
Director of photography, Josh Morton ; editor, Yann Debonne ; music, Christopher L. Stone.
Originally produced as television broadcasts on the History Channel.
MPAA rating: Not rated.
The "unsinkable" Titanic was a dream come true. Four city blocks long and a passenger list that included the wealthy and the immigrants. Her maiden voyage in April 1912 became a nightmare when the giant ship struck an iceberg and sank in the North Atlantic. More than 1,500 lives were lost in the disaster.
Dream of a dream: The largest ship ever built is christened in Ireland. Witness the disaster as numerous iceberg warnings go unheeded and the ship sinks.
The legend lives on: Lifeboats edge away from the crippled liner as futile SOS signals flare into the night - leaving 1500 passengers to parish in a watery grave. Also, witness the deep sea expedition to unearth Titanic's secrets.
Beyond Titanic: Explore the aftermath and legacy of this momentous shipwreck, and discover the popular phenomenon surrounding on the most outsized event in modern history.
Special features: Timeline of critical events; biographies of notable passengers; essay on the history of the tragedy as seen in popular culture; scene selection; interactive menus.
Vol. 1. Death of a dream (96 min.) -- The legend lives on (96 min.) -- Vol. 2. Beyond Titanic (94 min.).