Raise the Titanic
Based on Clive Cussler's best-selling novel, this gripping adventure follows a team of scientists on a historic and potentially deadly mission to recover valuable raw material from the depths of the doomed passenger liner.
Released in 1980 – five years before the wreck of the Titanic was located – the film boasts a high-calibre cast and spectacular special effects, with the action complemented by John Barry's hauntingly beautiful and evocative film score, which is regarded by several critics as one of the legendary composer's finest works. Raise the Titanic is featured here in a transfer made from original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio.
Following a discovery in northern Siberia, US intelligence learns that in April 1912 a raw mineral now vital for the development of a new defensive weapons system was loaded onto RMS Titanic by an unknown American. As scientists join the US Navy to try to salvage the sunken vessel, a Russian crew is also heading to the scene, equally desperate to reach its vital cargo...
 Music suite featuring John Barry's outstanding score
 Film and Soundtrack Notes by Geoff Leonard and Pete Walker
 Original trailer
 PDF material
 Image galleries, including The Jonathan Smith Collection and Time-Lapse Titanic
- Number of Discs
- 2.35:1 / Colour
- 5.1 / English
- 2 / PAL
- 109 mins approx