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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: The History Channel
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: A&E HOME VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: June 5, 2012
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006QVRW2G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,313 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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A fascinating new, feature-length documentary, TITANIC AT 100: MYSTERY SOLVED will take viewers on a journey to the bottom of the North Atlantic where they will investigate the remains of the most famous ship in history. Produced in conjunction with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and RMS Titanic, Inc., this special provides the most authoritative look at the shipwreck, and is timed to the 100th anniversary of the sinking.

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Are you ready to go back to Titanic? After a century, is there anything we don't know or haven't seen about the most infamous maritime disaster in history that killed 1,500 people? Turns out there's plenty. This feature-length documentary, originally launched on the History Channel, literally goes deeper than any previously filmed expedition to try and answer whether the once-thought unsinkable ship had a built-in weakness or a fatal design flaw. In solving the Titanic puzzle, the distinguished team gathered by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and RMS Titanic, Inc., sets out to make a map of the complete wreck site. Previous expeditions, one crew member notes, "have all gone to the same places, over and over again" to "get these touristy views" (Take that, Robert Ballard and James Cameron!). The most riveting scenes are those that employ CGI to bring Titanic back to life with every missing piece intact. If Titanic at 100 has a design flaw, it's the repetition no doubt necessitated by broadcast commercial breaks to get viewers back up to speed. Should you devise a Titanic at 100 drinking game based on the phrases "missing middle" or "fatal flaw," no doubt you'll sink faster than the 40,000-ton ship. But this is an illuminating program that offers unprecedented perspective and will enhance the collections of Titanic buffs. Of course, the real mystery of Titanic will never be solved: How did "My Heart Will Go On" win the Academy Award for Best Song? --Donald Liebenson

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The pictures and videos this includes are of amazing quality.
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Even more importantly, though, is the fact that a 100+ degree boiler room was on the other side of the steel.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By T. Gillooly on April 16, 2012
Format: DVD
I'd say I enjoy reading and watching documentaries on the Titanic, but I am no where close to an expert of details. This piece (which just aired on the History channel yesterday) showed things a lot of people may have never known about the Titanic. With all the films made in the past, you think you may have seen it all, but you surely haven't. The pictures and videos this includes are of amazing quality. I never realized much of the wreck site was still unexplored. They digitally recreate the Titanic using the pieces they have uncovered on the ocean floor and put it back together to give you the visual of what piece went where. I enjoyed it so much I will buy it and add it to my collection.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ben Milton on July 2, 2012
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I just finished watching this documentary, and I have to say I was alittle dissapointed. When the movie begins, their focus is to map the entire wreck site. That's fine, until they find pieces in the map, that no one has ever seen before. And that leads to the talk of the breakup of the ship, and like a previous reviewer said, they repeat alot of the information, and it's treated like CSI Titanic, they even say that during the "Investigation". For instance, Park Stevens is going to test the popping of the rivets during the collision. So they get some 100 year old steel, and make some rivets. And then they apply some pressure to the steel and the rivets, nothing happens, but what they forgot to do, was take that test further, and actually submerge the steel in the same water temp. That the titanic's steel was in that night, the water temp that night was 28 degrees farenheit. And it's also common knowledge, that the Titanic's steel had a high sulfure content, and was full of fissures, and became extremely brittle at those low temps. Buut no, lets just do a test at room temp. As my wife said, "if we're to go by that test, then the accident wouldn't of happened". And she's right, also. Captain is let off the hook at the end, "he was just doing what other captains of that time were doing". Never mind the fact, that he is ultimately responsible for everybody on the ship. Because he's the captain, Bruce Ismay also gets a pass. Thomas Andrews, well you can't blame him. He's dead, and they actually say at the end that Titanic has gotten a bad rap. But that they proved that, the Titanic proved herself. And the accident was just a series of unfortunate events, and that nobody is to blame.Read more ›
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By John Barry Kenyon on June 9, 2012
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This new DVD debunks a number of theories why the Titanic sank so quickly - well, in two hours forty minutes actually. It wasn't the fault of builder Thomas Andrews' design, nor the rivets holding the iron plates which were fine. Certainly it wasn't not the badness of the White Star line which provided more lifeboats than was required by law. The DVD provides never-before-seen evidence from the 18 square mile debris field to create a state-of-the-art imaging technology to puit together again the complete Titanic. Basically if you like CGI you'll love this programme.
At the end of the day, the underwater team concludes that Titanic broke in two on the surface simply because the pressure on metal was too great. No man-made structure could have withstood that. So there are no villains, simply the inevitable break-up on the surface. You have to remember that the Titanic sustained more underwater damage on striking the iceberg than any other big vessel in a collision in the whole of maritime history. Although the programme is thorough and presented as a detective story, howbeit repetitive in places, the overall conclusion is the obvious one. Titanic had too much underwater damage to avoid breaking up and sinking. No need for scapegoats. Incidentally, the documentary uses a lot of stock footage crowd-scenes from the 1958 movie A Night to Remember. It's good but hardly revolutionary.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Winkley on February 7, 2014
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Lots of good information here. Our entire family enjoyed together time while watching this video. As always we cannot get enough Titanic facts.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John on June 21, 2013
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There are several Titanic documentries but this is the first one that has completely documented the entire debris field.I highly recommend this DVD.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Milford on January 5, 2013
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For the first time ever the Titanic wreck is mapped for the first time. This documentary sheds a whole new light on how Titanic collided with the iceberg, broke in two, sank, and hit the ocean bottom.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Loyd E. Eskildson HALL OF FAME on July 14, 2012
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'Titanic at 100' begins with an effort to map the Titanic's 15-square-mile debris field, followed by examination of whether the ship sank because of weak rivets and/or a design flaw that allowed a seam to open too easily. Unfortunately, the program is built around the expectation of 30-some minutes of advertisements encapsulated within 90-some minutes of actual program and the narration includes constant repetition of these goals and accomplishments to that point after every advertising break point. (Thus, the total impact of the ads is much greater than the 30-minutes that they would have consumed in a normal broadcast.)

Another aggravation - too much time was spent talking, not enough viewing pieces of the Titanic. Further, the Titanic scenes were too closely focused (probably because of lighting limitations) to allow much ability to understand what was being shown. Finally, though not germane to the explorers purpose, there were no interior shots whatsoever - those would have been extremely interesting.

Why so much time was spent wondering why the Titanic broke apart near the stern is another mystery. Whether it did or did not had no bearing on the ultimate outcome. (I'm also wondering who paid for all this exploration and subsequent analysis.)

Anyway, their analyses convinced them that there were no design flaws, but somehow in their opinion the Captain wasn't guilty of speeding either - even though it was impossible to see icebergs by waves beating against their sides. Nor was the builder guilty of insufficient lifeboats. You'd almost thing nothing bad happened the night of 4/14/1912.

The 'good news' is that the underwater scenes were excellent - I just wish there had been more of them.
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