- Feb 6, 2017
hi. I wonder what movie were at least historically accurate about titanic, aside from 1958 version.
What do you mean with it flopped at the box office? The film was shown the first time during the war in the occupied Paris. People had other things in mind. In Germany it was not allowed to run (during the war) as they were afraid of the negative reaction it could have (Germany loosing the war etc.)In terms of least accurate films, check the 1943 Propaganda Titanic film. It flopped at the box office like ''Raise The Titanic''.
That's a very thorough write up, but I admit I groaned and rolled my eyes at a few of the cheap shots he took at other researchers towards the end of the article. Thanks for the link, though!The interior and exterior sets have ''since'' been found to be inaccurate but in their defence, much of this information (like the 1st class reception windows) weren't found out till several years later and the ship set was done to slightly shorter dimensions to save money.
See Here : http://www.paullee.com/titanic/jc1997goofs.html