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    A Night to Remember

Rating:

Disaster:

Sinking Ship

Plot Summary:

Another of the many films depicting the loss of the Titanic on its maiden voyage in 1912.

Comments:

This film was arguably the most popular of all the Titanic films, prior to the James Cameron version. 'A Night to Remember' is a long film with interesting and believable characters and sticks closely to the facts rather than adding too much fictional dramatisation.

Special Effects:

The special effects are good for the films age and some of the interior shots of the collision rival even todays special effects efforts. However, a model ship was used for the exterior shots of the Titanic, and this was quite obvious in certain scenes. Still, 'A Night to Remember' is a fantastic effort in both the story and effects department. Definitely worth seeing.

Status:

Available

Released:

1958

Runtime:

123 mins

Color System:

Black & White

Screen Ratio:

Widescreen (1.85:1)

Starring:

Kenneth Moore, Ronald Allen

Producer:

William MacQuitty

Director:

Roy Baker

AKA:

none
   

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