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Drain The Titanic’s
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About this title

Storyline

Digitally draining water from the section of the Atlantic where the Titanic sank to better explore the world's most famous wreck while searching for more information about its sinking as well.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: unscripted

Language: English

Release Date: April 12, 2015

Also Known As: Mistérios do Titanic, Titanic på torra landDrenar el Titanic, Drain the Titanic, Drenar o Titanic, Titanic kuivalla maalla, Il relitto del Titanic, Virtuális Titanic |  See more »

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Company Credits

Production Co: Mallinson Sadler Productions, Northern Sky Entertainment, National Geographic Channels International, Discovery Channel Canada, CanadaCanadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit (CPTC), United Kingdom-Canada Treaty Co-Production |  See more »

CastSee full cast »

Robert Goodwin
as Self - Remote Sensing Analyst. Michigan State University
Paul-Henri Nargeolet
as Self - Co-Director, Titanic Mapping Project
James Delgado
as Self - Director of Maritime Heritage, NOAA
Thomas Brown
as Self - Hoteller
William Lange
as Self - Director, Advanced Imaging & Visualization Lab, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Bill Sauder
as Self - Director of Titanic Research, RMS Titanic, Inc.
Lori Johnston
as Self - Microbial Ecologist, Droycon Bioconcepts Inc.
Edgard Andrew
as Self - Third class passenger
Russell Boulter
as Narrator
Elizabeth Ford
as Self - Thomas William Solomon Brown's Wife
Brad Cartner
as Narrator
David Gallo
as Self - Director of Special Projects, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Roy Cullimore
as Self - Microbiologist, Droycon Bioconcepts Inc.
Frederick Fleet
as Self - Vocie
Alexandra Klingelhofer
as Self - Vice President of Collections, RMS Titanic, Inc.

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