A Night to Remember
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Apprentice James Gibson: Looked like a rocket sir.
Second Officer Herbert Stone: Yes. I wonder what a ship like that would want to fire rockets for?

Closing crawl: But this is not the end of the story - -For their sacrifice was not in vain. Today there are lifeboats for all, unceasing radio vigil and, in the North Atlantic, the International Ice Patrol guards the sea lanes, making them safe for the peoples of the world.

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.

Dr. O'Laughlin: People first, things second.

Andrews: Why have we stopped?
Sixth Officer James Moody: Bit of trouble, sir. With the Captain's compliments, will you please join him on the bridge?
Andrews: Now?
Sixth Officer James Moody: If you please, sir.

Factual error: At the very end, there is a shot onboard the rescue boat (that was too late). If you look in the background, you can see the boat is bobbing with the waves, by the way the water is in shot then out, then in, etc. A ship of that size would just break the waves. No way could it bob to the extent it does in the film. A lifeboat you would expect to bob that much but not a ship of that size.

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