Rose DeWitt Bukater: Jack, must you go?
Jack Dawson: Time for me to go row with the other slaves.
The length of Rose's fingernails changes noticeably throughout the film. In some scenes, her nails are very short (during the "flying" scene), and in other scenes her nails are a lot longer (when she takes the comb out of her hair right before Jack sketches her). See more...
Along with playing Spicer Lovejoy in the 1997 film, actor David Warner portrayed actual Titanic passenger Laurence Beasley in the 1979 TV movie "S.O.S. Titanic". See more...
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|Original entry||When Jack and Rose go to dinner, Rose is pointing out many first class people. Then she explains that the richest man on the ship's wife is Rose's age. Isn't she a little young to be married to him? [Well of course she is too young. Men, regardless of their age, typically prefer young attractive women. Wealthy and powerful men like John Jacob Astor (who Rose is pointing out) are able to attract beautiful young girls who want a rich husband, regardless of how old, unattractive, or physically infimed they might be.]|