PG | | Action, Drama, Thriller
To obtain a supply of a rare mineral, a ship raising operation is conducted for the only known source, the Titanic.
This film was shot in 1978 but did not launch into theaters until 1980, a production period that spanned around two-and-a-half years, similar to that of Titanic (1997). As such, the film was first released about four years afters its source novel "Raise the ... ...
Dr. Gene Seagram:
Dirk Pitt... What kind of name is that? Sounds like a pirate.
In the still photo montage that opens the movie prior to the main titles, a photo supposedly depicting the fictional cornet player "Graham Farley" (there was no brass in the Titanic's small string band) is actually from a 1917 publicity shot of The Original Dixieland Jass[sic] Band featuring cornetist Dominic "Nick" LaRocca.
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