how can i get the National Treasure the book of secrets
1.National Treasure (2004)2.National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007)
A few include 'National Treasure', and 'National Treasure: Book of Secrets'.
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No , Ofcourse not it's a movie ...
The Book of Secerets is not real! It's on a movie! (National Treasure)
Movie Surfers - 1998 Behind the Scenes of 'National Treasure Book of Secrets' was released on: USA: 17 November 2007
Yes. Leading off National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets, the President asks Gates if he can help on what is written on page 47 of the President's Secret Book, and that plot will be the main idea of National Treasure 3.
In 2004's National Treasure, the character of Ben Gates was played by Nicolas Cage. The role was later reprised in 2007's National Treasure: Book of Secrets.
The scheduled date is May 20, 2008.
Yes, but it is not Known by the Public. the Book is real but is Kept in a Hidden Location which I'm PRETTY Sure you can figure out by watching National Treasure: Book Of Secrets
national treasure 1 and national treasure 2 book of secrets will be released to blu ray disc on may 20th, 2008 tuesday.
Watch da movie national treasure and the book of secrets...... The ans is in the movie.....
it is its own story, but i would recommend seeing the first one first
Bruce Greenwood played the President of the United States in National Treasure: Book of Secrets. Funnily enough this was the second time Greenwood played the President of the United States, last time he played JFK in Thirteen Days.
yes one has on the movie national treasure book of secrets its show biz dude
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Only in the film 'National Treasure, Book of Secrets'. yes the answer is right. but if you are hunting for a book like that about templars....then there is a book by author named Steve berry. the name of the book is "TEMPLAR LEGACY"
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Okay, to answer this look at Ben's skills. He is a historian and amateur cryptologist from a family of treasure hunters. Page 47 therefore contains either a cipher then, or a historical reference to a lost treasure with only one or two clues on how to find it. Elementary, my dear Watson.