TV Movie | Not Rated | | Drama, History
The Titanic disaster is depicted, primarily as seen through the eyes of one couple in each of the three classes on board.
Cinematographer Christopher Challis, reflected in his autobiography on the making of this film: He thought A Night to Remember (1958) 'excellent' and felt the eight week shooting schedule for this film: inadequate, when compared to the five months A Night to Remember took to film.
J. Bruce Ismay:
Her name, like everything about her, gave promise of something mighty and splendid. They called her Titanic. She was the longest, the tallest, the most luxurious ship in all creation.
The actual RMS Titanic's lifeboats were labeled SS Titanic, but they are depicted as simply labeled Titanic.
Opening credits prologue:
The following dramatization is based on factual and personal accounts which were researched and adapted for the telling of the story of the sinking of the Titanic in dramatic form.
Identifiable characters are drawn from actual persons and fictitious names were given to certain characters who existed but whose actual names remain unknown.
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