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Academy Award®-Winner 1953!
|The lives of passengers aboard the doomed vessel are seen both before and during the tragic sinking.|
Editor's NoteAn unhappily married couple boards the Titanic, while one of their daughters falls in love with a boy from the underclass. But these problems seem small once the iceberg comes along. Academy Award Nominations: 2. Academy Awards: Best Story and Screenplay.
Cast & Crew
|Charles Brackett - Screenwriter|
|Maurice Ransford - Art Director|
|Lionel Newman - Composer|
|Charles Brackett - Producer|
|Joseph MacDonald - Cinematographer|
|Lyle Wheeler - Art Director|
|Louis Loeffler - Editor|
|Sol Kaplan - Composer|
|Walter Reisch - Screenwriter|
|Richard Breen - Screenwriter|
|Jean Negulesco - Director|
Plot SummaryA Hollywood retelling of the tragic sinking of the "unsinkable" British luxury liner H.M.S. "Titanic," which struck an iceberg April 15, 1912, and sank on its maiden voyage, killing over 1500 people. Only 712 of the passengers, using 19 lifeboats, survived. There were a number of famous people traveling on the ship who died, among them, John Jacob Astor and Benjamin Guggenheim.| Taking a personal approach, the film focuses on the Sturges, a family traveling on the luxury liner. Julia Sturges had booked passage on the ship with her two children after leaving her husband, Richard. He, however, discovered her plans, and followed her on board.| Once they set sail, Richard never allowed Julia out of his sight, and unsuccessfully begged for a reconciliation. But then the Titanic hit that deadly iceberg, and the Sturges had to set their differences aside... for the sake of themselves and their children.