DVD of TitanicDisaster in the Atlantic The Titanic Chronicles

May 3, 2005
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The movie "Titanic - Disaster in the Atlantic " is definitely 1929-ish as to the ship, costumes and acting...something in the order of a silent movie with "talkies" added. This is probably understandable as sort of the transition from one to the other. The characters and even the name of the ship are fictional. About the only excuse for the title is that is loosely based on the Titanic story...the ship does hit the iceberg or the iceberg does hit the ship and that's about the sum of it. The video and audio are really not all that bad considering the movie was made in 1929.

The audio on "The Titanic Chronicles" is much better in quality of course and probably of some interest to Titanic fanatics.

IMHO,the commentaries by David Mc Callum , while read very well, are a bit dull.
 
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Hi, Robert!

>>IMHO,the commentaries by David Mc Callum , while read very well, are a bit dull.

Guess there's a difference between "dispassionate" and "disinterested"?

Roy