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Night to Remember, A - Someone Didn't Check Their History
Right at the start of the film, they have a big launching ceremony where they smack a bottle on the bow of the Titanic. Unfortunately, this never happened. In fact, it was White Star Line policy not to christen any of their ships at all, as they deemed it as bad luck. (bummer)
A bit of nit-picking as well. After that scene where we see the opening credits, we are watching a number of views of the Titanic being launched (like in a Pathe news reel.) Unfortunately, these scenes are actually the launching of the Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth roughly 25 years after the Titanic's sinking (double bummer.)
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Standard 'A night to remember' VHS
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Anonymous on 02-01-2001
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Ed Conover writes:
I think you are incorrect on your ship ID. I think you will find that the video of the old ship leaving the dock with the tug boats are actually of the Olympic. The name of the tugs is blurred out because along with their name it probably says"New York" under it. Also there are a few pix of Captain Smith with a blur out behind him. Possibly a sign or something with New York on it.Obviously the Olympic made the trip many times but not Titanic
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