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Lost and Found: The Story of Cook's Anchor

Lost and Found: The Story of Cook's Anchor
Directed by David Lean
Written by Robert Bolt
Cinematography Eddie Fowlie
Running time
40 min.
Language English

Lost and Found: The Story of Cook's Anchor (1979) is a short television film by David Lean.

Plot

Whilst scouting for locations to film a movie in Tahiti about the mutiny on the HMS Bounty, David Lean is notified that his property master, Eddie Fowlie, had discovered an anchor at the bottom of the sea which had belonged to Captain Cook. Historians arrive and examine the anchor before an attempt is made to raise it to land.

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  • (watch at NZ On Screen)Lost and Found: The Story of Cook's Anchor
  • Lost and Found: The Story of Cook's Anchor at the Internet Movie Database


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