A Night to Remember

The Titanic sinks.

Mark Cuss

Factual error: When the ship is being launched a champagne bottle is smashed against the hull. Harland & Wolff, like many shipbuilders, did not smash champagne bottles against the hull.

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John Wesley Woodward: Woodward "what's the use no-one's listening?"
John Wesley Woodward: Hartley "People don't listen when they're eating, but we play just the same, isn't that so sir?"
Andrews: Andrews "they say it helps the digestion."
Wallace Hartley - Orchestra Leader: Hartley "exactly that's because it soothes the nerves."
Wallace Hartley - Orchestra Leader: Hartley: "right, Number 24." Number 24 is Chopin's Funeral March, a dirge.

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