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Declaration of Independence Scene (National Treasure

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National Treasure (2004) – IMDb

Nov 19, 2004 · Ben determines to steal the ‘Declaration of Independence’ in order to protect it from Ian. Ben meets ‘Abigail Chase’ the curator of the archives when he steals the document. Rest of the story is about how Ben, his partner Riley and Abigail decrypts the clues and rescues the national treasure without getting to the hands of Ian.


National Treasure (film) – Wikipedia

Whoever can steal the Declaration and decode it first will find the greatest treasure in history. National Treasure was released worldwide on November 19, 2004. The film received mixed reviews from critics, but was a box office success, grossing over $347 million worldwide.

Music by: Trevor Rabin

How difficult would it be to steal the Declaration of

It would be almost impossible to steal.It is preserved in a ballistically-resistant, titanium case surrounded by inert gases and is “closely guarded”. (see more info at NARA – The Declaration of Independence – Our National Treasure).This means that you can’t actually touch the document any more and you would have to steal the whole, bulky case.

Presenting the Facts: National Treasure | Declaration

Fiction: There is a map on the back of the Declaration of Independence, leading to the treasure of the Knights Templar. (Fun) Fact: Independence Hall was not harmed in the making of this movie. Many of the scenes set in Philadelphia were shot on location, in such landmarks as Reading Terminal Market and the Franklin Institute.

Nic Cage Reveals If He Actually Stole The Declaration Of

Sep 26, 2015 · Nic Cage Finally Reveals If He Actually Stole The Declaration Of Independence. National treasure, and star of “ National Treasure ,” Nic Cage is finally opening up his book of secrets. Cage’s new movie, “Pay the Ghost,” is now in theaters. He was drawn to the film, he told The Huffington Post, because it mixes real life and supernatural horror.