Rose: Mr. Andrews. I saw the iceberg, and I see it in your eyes. Now tell me the truth.
Mr. Andrews: The ship will sink.
Rose: You're certain?
Mr. Andrews: Yes, in an hour, or so, all of this will be at the bottom of the Atlantic.
Many scenes used computer graphics to show the length of the ship. Passengers were also added walking on deck. The shadows for the passengers don't always match. Sometimes the angle of the sun distorts shadows. So the shadow of a woman's hat appears much larger than the actual one she's wearing, much like a person's shadow at sunset can appear to be that of a giant. See more...
In the movie, the seaman steering Molly Brown's boat says "There'll be one less in this boat if you don't shut that 'ole in your face." As in many items with the movie, the line is authentic. Except 1) it was not said to Molly Brown, 2) it was not said by that seaman, and 3) it was not said in that lifeboat. Check A Night to Remember for the actual circumstances. (In fact, Molly Brown not only wasn't subdued by the loud-mouthed seaman, she faced him down later.) See more...
Popular blog posts:
Other great sites
When Hockley and Lovejoy find the drawing of Rose in the safe, Hockley is holding the drawing which has been secured in some kind of brown manila folder. A split second later, Hockley reads the note Rose left while still holding the drawing (and even angrily squishing it slightly with his hand), and it is not in a manila folder.
Pictured submitted and edited by ployp
To submit a screenshot, just click the edit icon under the relevant entry, then choose 'add screenshot'. Thanks!
All images remain the copyright of their original owners - these low resolution images are simply individual frames used to demonstrate the entry.