Rose DeWitt Bukater: Jack, must you go?
Jack Dawson: Time for me to go row with the other slaves.
When DiCaprio is showing off his sketchbook, there is one with a man's hands around a young girl's torso with his hands on hers. This drawing is an exact replica of a photograph by celebrated photographer Sally Mann called "Rodney Plogger at 6:01, 1989." Most likely a tribute of some sort by the director to a fellow artist, but obviously this drawing is out of place in 1912. [From the New York Times Arts and Leisure section, Sunday, November 19, 2000: "The film director James Cameron copied an image from "Immediate Family" and displayed it prominently in "Titanic" without Ms. Mann's permission. The resulting grievance was settled out of court for a substantial sum just weeks before the Academy Awards."] See more...
Not so much a mistake but rather a unique cameo is in the scene where Jack is sketching the picture of Rose. The hands you see in the close up scenes are actually those of James Cameron himself drawing with the charcoal. See more...
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The entry you are changing the wording of is:
|Original entry||Gloria Stuart (old Rose) and Kate Winslet (young Rose) were the first two actresses to be nominated for an Oscar for playing the same character in the same movie.|