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Titanic's Final Moments: Missing Pieces


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  • Actors: John Maxtone-Graham, Gerrard McArthur, Simon Mills, Bill Sauder, John Chatterton
  • Directors: Kirk Wolfinger, Melissa Jo Peltier
  • Writers: Rob Goubeaux, Violet Jessop
  • Producers: Cameo Wallace, Elizabeth Gray, Jed Rauscher, Jim Milio, John Gengl
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • 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: May 30, 2006
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000F0UUSC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,746 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Titanic's Final Moments: Missing Pieces" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Bonus program History’s Mysteries: Doomed Sisters of the Titanic
  • "History in the Making: Titanic" featurette

Editorial Reviews

On a cold night in April 1912 over 1500 people aboard the RMS Titanic lost their lives to the merciless waters of the North Atlantic. More than ninety years after the fateful event several questions about the ship's destruction still remain. The mystery of how a vessel built to such revolutionary standards could sink so rapidly has loomed in the minds of scientists and historians for decades. What actually happened to the ship after striking the iceberg? In August 2005 in an effort to resove this and other puzzling questions about the Titanic's final moments explorers John Chatterton and Richie Kohler set out to investigate a recently discovered and virtually unexplored site far beyond where anyone had looked before. Two-and-a-half miles beneath the surface the team made a number of startling discoveries certain to captivate audiences around the globe. TITANIC'S FINAL MOMENTS revisits the amazing story of the Titanic as it's never been told before. DVD Extras: Bonus Documentary "History's Mysteries: Doomed Sisters of the Titanic"; 5-minute behind-the-scenes featurette; Interactive Menus; Scene Selection

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It repeats a lot of historic material already shown or told on other documentaries but it is well used.
humdec
There are a lot of logistics and mechanical underwater scenes involving rovers and such, as well as the analytical revelations for the accident.
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One of history's most captivating tragedies, the sinking of the Titanic draws countless numbers to learn more about the catastrophe.
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Revellino Allee on May 23, 2006
Format: DVD
I am here on this beautiful Island of Curacao in the Carribean.

There's an international Dive Festival Going on from May 20th, till May 26th 2006.

And John and Richie are here!!

Premiering the release of their DVD!! They showed it too us in 2 parts and all I can say is that it's the best thing on titanic I've ever seen !!

If you've never heard of Titanic, then where have you been living? One of history's most captivating tragedies, the sinking of the Titanic draws countless numbers to learn more about the catastrophe. That fateful trip is absolutely fascinating, and I've watched a great many documentaries about that famed ship. A glorious super liner, Titanic is perhaps more famous today than it was in 1912.

As a result, most of us know what led to its sinking, either from the movie or from documentaries. This latest entry into the fold from The History Channel, Titanic's Final Moments: Missing Pieces has a new postulation on the now generally accepted theory of the ship's demise. That current theory states that Titanic saw an iceberg straight in its path. It tried to turn to miss it, but the big ship clipped the side of the iceberg, tearing a gash or a series of small gashes along its side. Water flooded in, filling enough watertight compartments to cause her to go down. As remarkably shown in Titanic, the nose of the ship went under first, causing the stern to rise above the water. At some point, something caused the ship to split in half, causing the stern to crash back to the water. The nose then quickly went under, pulling the stern deep down to the bottom of the Atlantic.

Five years ago, an expedition to explore the wreckage made an interesting discovery south of the stern's debris field.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Delbert B. Mitchell on July 10, 2007
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I have always been a keen observer of the history on the Titanic, and this DVD just adds to the majesty of its history. I'm always looking for more information on what really sunk the Titanic, and so when this video explored the prospect of the bottom being ripped open, and the evidence of that happening being displayed for the first time, it was something that just adds more to the real causes of her sinking. It had to be more than just the starboard side being ripped open, there had to be more internal damage, and this video does an excellent job of supporting that speculation. I whole heartidly endorse this history, and this video. It's very well produced, the photography is exceptional, and the theories and facts leave you wanting more information. I hope more is done to prove what happened to Titanic, but I also hope other explorers will leave this behemoth and her captive souls to rest in peace, undisturbed from further exploration.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Allen Hall on April 24, 2008
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First, there's the discovery of two complete cross-sections of the bottom of the hull. This is an enormous find, arguably the most significant since the discovery of the wreck. Major kudos--seriously--to these guys for this achievement.

But then there's the documentary. There's some beautiful footage of the wreck, but as a documentary, this show is extremely tacky, consisting essentially of eighty minutes of recycled footage, cheesy montages, stuff we already know (Can we please stop banging on about the Titanic being considered unsinkable?), and reality TV-esque fluff; and then there are perhaps twenty minutes of material actually relevant to the documentary's alleged subject. And those twenty minutes are extremely dumbed-down; I really do think the average audience member for a documentary like this is much smarter than the History Channel thinks.

But, then again, the less-than-spectacular quality of the piece *as a documentary* gives it a kind of home-grown feeling, as though these guys did it all by themselves. I really don't know just how, well, "professional" this thing was in its production, how involved the History Channel was. So I don't know how fair my complaint is.

So.. I really don't know.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By humdec on August 9, 2008
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It repeats a lot of historic material already shown or told on other documentaries but it is well used. It feels a little like the Cameron's movie as this film goes back in time and then back to the present and so on. There is new footage that is impressive. Watching captain Smith's bath tub and other things so close, and in a big TV screen feels a little eerie. The only thing I wish is, this DVD had been done in a nice wide screen format. I think is advertised as full screen, but sometimes small black bars appear on top an bottom.
What is a plus on this DVD is the documentary about Titanic's doomed sisters Britannic and Olympic. I learned about Violet Jessup and was amazed with her story.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By critters VINE VOICE on August 22, 2010
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I found the DVD to be a very useful adjunct to Titanic's Last Secrets: The Further Adventures of Shadow Divers John Chatterton and Richie Kohler, although I wish the main video or the extra stuff had shown the updated info on the expansion joints of Titanic and Brittanic. The extra stuff includes an older documentary on Titanic and her sisters, which helped shed a little bit of light on the question. If you liked the book, I highly suggest the DVD to help with putting all the information together.
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