The Triunfante
The Discovery and Restoration of an 18th Century Warship

The Triunfante - The Discovery and Restoration of an 18th Century Warship
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Richard

Just a bit too much emphasis on the looting aspect without explaining the Triunfante's history and importance until late in the film.

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