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Titanic (1-Nov-1997)

Director: James Cameron

Writer: James Cameron

Music Composed by: James Horner

Producers: James Cameron; Jon Landau

Keywords: Romantic Drama, Disaster

An artist from steerage interrupts the suicide attempt of a young aristocratic girl; they have a brief love affair in the short time before the R.M.S. Titanic strikes an iceberg and sinks to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. Produced on a budget of $200M, with extravagant sets and special effects. Winner of an astonishing 11 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Suzy Amis
5-Jan-1962   The Ballad of Little Jo
Kathy Bates
28-Jun-1948   Misery
Eric Braeden
3-Apr-1941   The Young and the Restless
Leonardo DiCaprio
11-Nov-1974   Titanic
Frances Fisher
11-May-1952   House of Sand and Fog
Bernard Fox
11-May-1927 14-Dec-2016 Dr. Bombay on Bewitched
Victor Garber
16-Mar-1949   Jack Bristow on Alias
Ioan Gruffudd
6-Oct-1973   Horatio Hornblower
Bernard Hill
17-Dec-1944   Boys from the Blackstuff
Jonathan Hyde
21-May-1947   Titanic
Danny Nucci
15-Sep-1968   Eraser
Bill Paxton
17-May-1955 25-Feb-2017 Mighty Joe Young
Gloria Stuart
4-Jul-1910 27-Sep-2010 Rose in Titanic
David Warner
29-Jul-1941   The Omen
Kate Winslet
5-Oct-1975   Titanic
Billy Zane
24-Feb-1966   The Phantom


Leonardo DiCaprio   ...   Jack Dawson
Kate Winslet   ...   Rose DeWitt Bukater
Billy Zane   ...   Cal Hockley
Kathy Bates   ...   Molly Brown
Frances Fisher   ...   Ruth DeWitt Bukater
Gloria Stuart   ...   Old Rose
Bernard Hill   ...   Capt. Smith
Jonathan Hyde   ...   Bruce Ismay
Victor Garber   ...   Thomas Andrews
David Warner   ...   Spicer Lovejoy
Danny Nucci   ...   Fabrizio
Suzy Amis   ...   Lizzy Calvert
Bernard Fox   ...   Col. Archibald Gracie
Bill Paxton   ...   Brock Lovett
Lewis Abernathy   ...   Lewis Bodine
Nicholas Cascone   ...   Bobby Buell
Dr. Anatoly M. Sagalevitch   ...   Anatoly Milkailavich
Jason Barry   ...   Tommy Ryan
Ewan Stewart   ...   1st Officer Murdoch
Ioan Gruffudd   ...   5th Officer Lowe
Jonny Phillips   ...   2nd Officer Lightoller
Mark Lindsay Chapman   ...   Chief Officer Wilde
Richard Graham   ...   Quartermaster Rowe
Paul Brightwell   ...   Quartermaster Hichens
Ron Donachie   ...   Master at Arms
Eric Braeden   ...   John Jacob Astor
Charlotte Chatton   ...   Madeleine Astor
Michael Ensign   ...   Benjamin Guggenheim
Fannie Brett   ...   Madame Aubert
Jenette Goldstein   ...   Irish Mommy
Camilla Overbye Roos   ...   Helga Dahl
Linda Kerns   ...   3rd Class Woman
Amy Gaipa   ...   Trudy Bolt
Martin Jarvis   ...   Sir Duff Gordon
Rosalind Ayres   ...   Lady Duff Gordon
Rochelle Rose   ...   Countess of Rothes
Jonathan Evans-Jones   ...   Wallace Hartley
Brian Walsh   ...   Irish Man
Rocky Taylor   ...   Bert Cartmell
Alexandre Owens   ...   Cora Cartmell
Simon Crane   ...   4th Officer Boxhall
Edward Fletcher   ...   6th Officer Moody
Scott G. Anderson   ...   Frederick Fleet
Martin East   ...   Lookout Lee
Craig Kelly   ...   Harold Bride
Gregory Cooke   ...   Jack Phillips
Liam Tuohy   ...   Chief Baker Joughin
James Lancaster   ...   Fr. Byles
Elsa Raven   ...   Ida Straus
Lew Palter   ...   Isidor Straus
Reece P. Thompson III   ...   Irish Little Boy
Laramie Landis   ...   Irish Little Grl
Amber Waddell   ...   Cal's Crying Girl
Alison Waddell   ...   Cal's Crying Girl
Mark Rafael Truitt   ...   Yaley
John Walcutt   ...   1st Class Husband
Terry Forrestal   ...   Chief Engineer Bell
Derek Lea   ...   Leading Stoker Barrett
Richard Ashton   ...   Carpenter John Hutchinson
Sean M. Nepita   ...   Elevator Operator
Brendan Connolly   ...   Scotland Road Steward
David Cronnelly   ...   Crewman
Garth Wilton   ...   1st Class Waiter
Martin Laing   ...   Promenade Deck Steward
Richard Fox   ...   Steward #1
Nick Meaney   ...   Steward #2
Kevin Owers   ...   Steward #3
Mark Capri   ...   Steward #4
Marc Cass   ...   Hold Steward #1
Paul Herbert   ...   Hold Steward #2
Emmett James   ...   1st Class Steward
Christopher Byrne   ...   Stairwell Steward
Oliver Page   ...   Steward Barnes
James Garrett   ...   Titanic Porter
Erik Holland   ...   Olaf Dahl
Jari Kinnunen   ...   Bjorn Gunderson
Anders Falk   ...   Olaus Gunderson
Martin Hub   ...   Slovakian Father
Seth Adkins   ...   Slovakian 3 Year Old Boy
Barry Dennen   ...   Praying Man
Vern Urich   ...   Man in Water
Rebecca Jane Klingler   ...   Mother at Stern
Tricia O'Neil   ...   Woman
Kathleen Dunn   ...   Woman in Water
Romeo Francis   ...   Syrian Man
Mandana Marino   ...   Syrian Woman
Van Ling   ...   Chinese Man
Bjørn   ...   Olaf
Dan Pettersson   ...   Sven
Shay Duffin   ...   Pubkeeper
Greg Ellis   ...   Carpathia Steward
Diana Morgan   ...   News Reporter
I Salonisti   ...   Titanic Orchestra
Gaelic Storm   ...   Steerage Band


Review by Indrajit Ghosh (posted on 31-Dec-2007)

It's been 84 years since the tragedy of the RMS Titanic. Brock Lovett (Bill Paxton) goes to the botton of the North Atlantic to search for 'The Heart Of The Ocean' a diamond which was last seen on the Titanic before the sinking. He and his team go to where the diamond was said to be but only find a nude sketch of a woman wearing the daimond itself. Then, he recieves a sattelite call from 100 year old, Rose Calvert (Gloria Stuart) who claims she is the women in the drawing. She and her granddaughter, Lizzie fly over to Lovett's ship. Now, Rose tells them her story of when she was 17 years old... Her story started when she was a rich 17 year old girl (now played by Kate Winslet) who boarded the Titanic with her bossy mother (Frances Fisher) and her arragont fiance Cal Hockley (Billy Zane). One night, while attempting suicide, young Rose is stopped by a poor third class boy named Jack Dawson (Leonardo Dicaprio). As a thank you, for saving his fiance, Cal invites Jack to dinner the next evening. After the dinner, Jack and Rose go to a third class party anddance all night. When, Cal hears about this, he forbids his fiance from ever meeting Jack again. Later, Jack manages to snatch Rose and tries to convince her that she is in danger with her marriage to Cal. She chooses to stay with Cal but later realises that Jack was right and she goes back to him and they realise their love for each other. But fate play a cruel game as that night, the Titanic hits an iceberg and begins to sink and Jack and Rose's love story becomes a fight for survival...

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