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Director: Roy Ward Baker     Starring: Kenneth More
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Format: DVD
Sku: 227655405
UPC: 715515094313
UPC 14: 00715515094313
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Editor's Note
Directed by Hammer horror director Roy Ward Baker, this is another version of the tale of the doomed maiden voyage of the Titanic, told in a semi-documentary style through the eyes of the ship's second officer, Herbert Lightoller, whose duties provided him with a unique perspective of the everyday goings-on aboard the huge ocean liner. An excellent cast (selected for their resemblances to photos of the real passengers) conveys the courage, greed, fear, hope and despair of the real-life passengers. Based on the novel by Walter Lord.


Video Features DVD, Widescreen

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Image/sphe
Video Release Date Release Date: 3/27/2012
Video Play Time Running Time: 123 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1957
Video UPC UPC: 00715515094313
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 2

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Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: B&W
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review A Night to Remember (1958) - The Criterion Collection - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: Josh Lasser Reviews
Published on: 3/29/2012 2:26 PM
1958's A Night to Remember was in no way the first film about the RMS Titanic sinking nor was it the last.  The tale of the ill-fated ship sinking on April 14, 1912 is one oft-told on both the big screen and the small.  It would be, it features everything one needs for a great story from action and adventure to spectacle to glitz and glamour, rich and poor.  All one really has to do is throw a little bit of a love story in to it as well (and surely there were people on the boat in love!) and you have it all.  Beyond that, the story of the Titanic is one of man's attempt to conquer nature, man's hubris, and tales of hubris work, dramatically the full review
Expert Review A Night to Remember (1958) -The Criterion Collection - DVD Review
By: K. George Reviews
Published on: 4/10/2012 4:53 PM
To mark the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic, just as James Cameron releases a 3D version of his 1997 moneymaking behemoth, Criterion has brought out a new edition of Roy Ward Baker's A Night to Remember (1958), still the best version of the story. The two-disk DVD (also available on Blu-ray) offers a beautiful new hi-def transfer of the film, shot by the great Geoffrey Unsworth, and includes all the extras from the original 1998 edition (one of the first DVDs the company ever released), plus several new the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Kenneth More
Video Cast Info Anthony Bushell
Video Cast Info Patrick Waddington
Video Cast Info Michael Bryant
Video Cast Info Redmond Phillips
Video Cast Info Robert Ayers
Video Cast Info Honor Blackman
Video Cast Info Michael Goodliffe
Video Cast Info John Merivale
Video Cast Info Andrew Keir
Video Cast Info Jill Dixon
Video Cast Info Jack Watling
Video Cast Info David McCallum
Video Cast Info Harriette Johns
Video Cast Info Joseph Tomelty
Video Cast Info Ronald Allen
Video Cast Info Sean Connery
Video Cast Info Ralph Michael
Video Cast Info Laurence Naismith
Video Cast Info Tim Turner
Video Cast Info Frank Lawton
Video Cast Info Kenneth Griffith
Video Cast Info Alec McCowen
Video Cast Info James Dyrenforth
Video Cast Info Tucker McGuire
Video Cast Info Gerald Harper
Video Cast Info George Rose
Video Cast Info Harold Goldblatt
Video Cast Info John Cairney
Video Cast Info Richard Clarke
Video Cast Info Jane Downs
Video Cast Info Richard Leech
Video Cast Info Russell Napier
Video Cast Info John Richardson
Video Cast Info William McQuitty - Producer
Video Cast Info William Alwyn - Composer
Video Cast Info Sidney Hayers - Editor
Video Cast Info Alex Vetchinsky - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Yvonne Caffin - Costume Designer
Video Cast Info Geoffrey Unsworth - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Eric Ambler - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Walter Lord - Story
Video Cast Info Roy Ward Baker - Director
Plot Summary
A highly detailed, documentary-style dramatization of the infamous maiden voyage of the Titanic. From the attendant excitement of the ship's departure, the narrative proceeds inexorably to the vessel's sudden collision with an iceberg in the frozen waters of the North Atlantic, then painfully recounts the mad scramble for survival that followed. We witness its maiden voyage across the Atlantic and watch as the British liner with 2200 people on board is gashed along 300 feet of its hull by an iceberg. As it starts to sink, the new invention of radio is used to try and summon help, although this is disastrously ignored by the closest vessel. With lifeboat places for only 1200 people, it is not only women and children first, but also First Class before Steerage. Over 1,300 passengers and crew members perished in the tragedy.|Based on Walter Lord's book of the same name.

Professional Reviews

USA Today
"...A movie to see again and again..." -- 4 out of 4 stars 05/05/1995 p.3D

Entertainment Weekly
"Baker's film wasn't the first to dramatize the lives aboard the ill-fated White Star liner...but it is the best, due to its chilling minute-by-minute reenactment of the steamer's final hours....The film is powerful..." -- Grade: A 04/06/2012

Total Film
4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] lucid reconstruction, which forsakes fictional embellishments in favour of documentary credibility and cold, hard facts." 05/01/2012

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