The Legend of the Titanic Trailer

The Legend of the Titanic Trailer (1999)

01 January 1999 Animated, Family 84 mins

Old Grandpa mouse tells to his grandchildren the "real" story of the Titanic disaster, including evil sharks, a giant octopus, and an evil whaling scheme.

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Gregory Snegoff

as Everard Maltravers

Jane Alexander

as Elizabeth Camden

Anna Mazzotti

as Ronnie

Anna Mazzotti

as Stella

Sean Patrick Lovett

as Top Connors

Teresa Pascarelli

as Rachel Camden

John Stone

as The Shark With Tourettes Syndrome

John Stone

as The Shark With Tourettes Syndrome (voice)

International Titles

The Legend of the Titanic 1 Trailer

Mäusejagd auf der Titanic Trailer

La leggenda del Titanic Trailer

De Legende van de Titanic Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 29 November 2000

Italy 17 April 1999

United States 01 January 1999

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