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Titanic - Leo Rejected
When Jack tries to enter the morning service (when they're singing the hymn) and the two men outside wont let him in, this would not have happened. The ship's service was open to everyone on the ship.
I know that they must of added it for the movie, but it's just an interesting fact (or so I hear.)
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dave writes:
sorry to disappoint you but this would have happened On the Sunday when they are in church, three separate services took place, in three different locations for the three classes. If Jack wanted to go to a service he would only have been allowed into the third class service which took place in the third class dining room. This is emphasized more by the fact that the same priest took all three services moving around the ship so that everyone had a chance. Cameron is very accurate. In reality third class people were only allowed in other class areas the morning of the sailing before 1st class turned up. And vice versa, 1st class people were not allowed at all in 3rd class areas during the sailing. So no Jack definitely would not of been welcome at the 1st class service on the morning of the sinking.
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spikerswife writes:
it shouldn't have happened but i think HAL's sidekick paid them off to make sure he couldn't get in, after all he tried to pay Jack to go away.
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Liss writes:
The guy who wrote this slip up is most definetly right. The third class passengers were allowed into the first class service because it was being held by the ships captain. That's the only time when third class passengers could go to first class. But this is true! Its stated in every Titanic book ever written!
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teenwitch writes:
Okay, just for the record, I've seen the movie and read the Dear America Titanic diary countless times. If you have read the Dear America diary then you might remember that it is clearly stated that second class and third class passengers were allowed to attend services, they just couldn't SIT in the front, they had to STAND in the back of the room. It is written that the girl wished she could go stand in the back rather than sit in front. Although Jack should have been allowed at the beginning, and the officers shouldn't have opposed him, Hall's assistant DOES pay them off with the money he had prepared as an award for Jack but, Then when he is supposed to take the money, Jack says 'I don't want your money, I just need to speak to Rose' or something like that. In any case he refuses the money but then the assistant splits it and gives it to the guards. (Long answer to a short question eh?) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~Hope this helps settle the dispute!
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Benjamin the...person... writes:
Actually, the first, second and third class passengers all had one service in the first class sining saloon together. Second and Third class passengers were allowed to go to only the D-deck reception to go the saloon. the first class sat in front, the second class in the middle, and the third class stood p in the back.
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drunken.honesty writes:
i always thought of it as a personal thing against jack that they did. not just because he was a third class passenger.
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ymeng2000 writes:
I think they are door men. Even if the service was opened to every, since no third class passengers were allowed in first class areas, the no third class passengers had ever been expect to participate the service. Those two men tried to stop Jack because his clothing clearly indicated his a third class passenger.
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