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Titanic - Missing Earrings
In the scene where Jack joins Rose and her group in first class for dinner, Rose is wearing a pair of earrings. Following the meal Jack invites Rose to go to a real party. In the next scene which takes place in third class Rose is no longer wearing the earrings.There was no scene in between in which she removes the earrings, so where have they gone?
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LadyShadow writes:
dummy,.... They sleep too, but there isn't any scene where that happens! Rule number one with a movie. If the scene has no bearing on the outcome of the movie, they won't put it in. For example, there WAS a scene filmed where Rose took off her necklace before going to jump off the back of the ship. But they took the scene out! Why, you ask? Because it wasn't NECESSARY!! Isn't the movie long enough without adding scenes where she takes off her jewelry?
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LuvJax writes:
If you were going to go to a party where there was lots of dancing and drinking and rowdiness, wouldn't you take off your nice earrings first?
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Andrea writes:
OK, if Rose did take off the earrings because of the party then why is she still wearing the matching necklace, bracelet and very expensive engagement ring??? Surely she would have taken all of her jewellery off at the same time!!!
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Copal writes:
J. Peterman sold replicas of Rose's earrings, and if any of you had those earrings on your ears you would understand why Rose wanted to remove them. They are very heavy! Swinging around and jumping up and down would sure have left her ears sore or her hair tangled in them. Someone else mentioned her ring. It was enough that she was cavorting with third class passengers, dancing with a man she barely knew, and doing all of it without her fiance's knowledge. Taking off her ring would be too much and probably would send Jack the premature and improper message that she was getting rid of Cal.
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