She cried when we said goodbye. I know how I'd feel in their place. There's been a mishap and we're taking precautions. So much for the smoking room and the palm court. I'm sorry, madam, I had no business. That'll take from Jericho to June.
What I notice more than anything else is the silence. There are long scenes of passengers going about their business like the elderly lady just sitting in her deck chair enjoying the excitement. Have you filled out a declaration form for the American customs? I can't hit them if they don't want to go. Oh, do go back to bed. And the Titanic was my ship. Come on, we'll have our own small group. Thank you, I'd like that.
Heavy packed ice, large icebergs also. It's meant to be Honour and Glory crowning Time. All ashore that's going ashore! You haven't weighed every possible consequence. You've got to expect little mishaps on a brand-new ship. Had you anything in mind different for the Titanic? In first class we might have gone dancing.
It was awfully lucky for me that we met. Were you taking a last look at Ireland? No two ways about it, this is the best shipwreck I've ever been to. Not by water only, but by water and blood. You lie there in the dark and watch the shadows moving past that crack of light under your cabin door. How's it gonna look when I make my legitimate stage debut? I know, girls on one side, boys on the other and never the twain shall meet. For all who is willing to work hard. I don't and I'm jiggered if I'll apologise for it.
This is a 1979 television movie that depicts the doomed 1912 voyage from the perspective of three distinct groups of passengers in First, Second, and Third Class, and respectively. I made a tour of India with teachers from all over the world. This ship is a microcosm of the British social system. I know it hasn't hit me. Chances are more than a thousand went down. How did you lot get here? I'm feeling the cold finally. There's nothing whatever to worry about.
We'll have no looting aboard this ship. An innovation in the story-telling portrayed the differences between 1st, 2nd and 3rd class passengers and this was also to be reflected in the musicwith, for instance, Irish music from the 3rd, songs with piano from the 2nd and a sophisticated orchestra in the 1st. Bothe films use the newsreel footage of the original Queen Elizabeth being launched as a stand in for Titanic. All boats readied and swung out. New York Times 19 Aug 1979: D1. Someone fell over the side.
So long as the weather's clear, full speed ahead. We have to let off steam to avoid an explosion. Over one thousand five hundred people were lost. It is hard to see if one of these is Murdoch. We got to go back. Since there was no formal launching, I should just like to say God bless this ship and all who sail in her. There's a concert in the lounge, I believe.
Do you know who I am? Oh, no, madam, I couldn't possibly. We are doing just over twenty-two knots at present. Now I'm on my way home. Damned if I'm running up to the bridge again. It gets a 9 out of 10 from me. And I keep looking for certain faces. Some interior scenes were filmed at the and historic hotels in and , respectively.