Limit search to available items
Streaming video

Title Niagara's Gold / Bacon Town Films present ; a documentary by Jeff Maynard
Published Canberra, Australian Capital Territory : National Film and Sound Archive of Australia, 1994


Description 1 online resource (47 min.)
Summary This is the epic story of the greatest gold salvage in history, narrated by renowned actor, Sam Neill. In 1940, the Bank of England tried to ship eight tons of gold to America to buy arms for Britain. The ship, the RMS Niagara, hit a German mine and sank off New Zealand. Its salvage was arranged by one man, who invented a way of working 600 feet underwater, assembled a motley crew, refloated a rusty ship and sailed into the middle of the minefield to search for the Niagara. The film includes original footage shot during the salvage by American cinematographer J.M. Leonard
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed August 16, 2016)
In English
Subject Niagara (Passenger ship)
Claymore (Ship)
SUBJECT Claymore (Ship) fast (OCoLC)fst00723042
Niagara (Passenger ship) fast (OCoLC)fst00723089
Subject Salvage -- New Zealand
Treasure troves -- New Zealand
Shipwrecks -- New Zealand
Treasure troves.
New Zealand.
Genre/Form Documentary films.
Documentary films.
Form Streaming video
Author Maynard, Jeff (Filmmaker), producer, screenwriter.
Murphy, Paul, director
Hebdon, Zoe, producer
Neill, Sam, narrator
Tingwell, Charles, 1923-2009, performer.
Maynard, Rebecca, performer
Hannan, Brian, performer
Film Australia (Organization), production company.
Bacon Town Films, production company
Other Titles Story of the Greatest Gold Salvage in History