Not Rated | | Drama, History, Romance
Many of the sets (including the ship model) were reused for several other films after this such as Dangerous Crossing (1953) and in particular the dining room, cabins, grand staircase, lounge, radio room, boat deck, promenade deck and the deck chairs. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953) used the ship model (... ...
As you pointed out, Norman and I began as strangers. So be it.
Julia Sturges: Oh, my poor Richard. How you hate me, and for the wrong reasons. Not because I committed an offense against common decency, but because Norman isn't an elegant extension of Richard Ward ...
Mr. Sturges buys a ticket from a 3rd class "Spanish" passenger. In fact, the Spanish passengers (3) were on 1st class and (5) on 2nd class. There were not Spanish passengers on steerage.
English, Basque, French, Spanish
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