|Lost and Found: The Story of Cook's Anchor|
|Directed by||David Lean|
|Produced by||George Andrews |
|Written by||Robert Bolt |
|Cinematography||Eddie Fowlie |
|Edited by||David Reed|
|Distributed by||South Pacific Television|
Filmmaker David Lean is scouting locations in Tahiti for a feature film about the famous mutiny on HMS Bounty. His property master, Eddie Fowlie, discovers the whereabouts of an anchor which had belonged to Captain James Cook, and historians and experts arrive to examine it before an attempt is made to raise it and bring it to land.
- "A 'Lost' Treasure: David Lean's documentary 'Lost and Found: The Story of Cook's Anchor'". Cinephilia & Beyond. Retrieved 3 August 2018.
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