List of every single Titanic related movie programme


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Pablo O'Hana

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I was wondering if anyone has a up to date list of every Titanic related film and tv drama.
So far my list is as follows;
- In Nacht Und Eis (1912)
- Saved from the Titanic (1912)
- Atlantis (1913)
- Sex (1920)
- Titanic: Disaster in the Atlantic (AKA: Atlantic) (1929)
- Titanic (1943)
- Titanic (1953)
- A Night To Remember (1958)
- The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964)
- S.O.S. Titanic (1979)
- Raise The Titanic (1980)
- The Titanic (1996)
- No Greater Love (1996)
- Titanic (1997)
- Britannic (2000)
- Titanic: The Legend Goes On (Animated) (2001)
- Titanic II (2010)
- The Chabermaid On The Titanic (I think only in Spainish??)
Any others you know about and where to get them, below are the films I still need to collect;

- In Nacht Und Eis (1912)
- Saved from the Titanic (1912)
- Atlantis (1913)
- Sex (1920)
- Titanic: Disaster in the Atlantic (AKA: Atlantic) (1929)
- Titanic (1943)
- S.O.S. Titanic (1979)
- Raise The Titanic (1980)
- Britannic (2000)
- Titanic II (2010)
- The Chabermaid On The Titanic (I think only in Spainish??)
 

Jason D. Tiller

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quote:

Sex (1920)

Errr...I've never heard of this film. Are you sure it is about Titanic?

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The Chabermaid On The Titanic (I think only in Spainish??)

No, The Chambermaid On The Titanic is also in French.

Also, the tv show Futurama did an episode with the Titanic as a space cruiser. The title of the episode was A Flight to Remember.

Addendum: The Futurama episode aired in September 1999.​
 
The BBC version quite probably doesn't exist anymore. BBC re-used their video tape a lot and many shows up until the late 60s were recorded over. We're missing decades of fine British television. Among the missing are a 1960s version of 1984, the first Quatermass show (two episodes survive), and the majority of the series Mystery and Imagination. Of course, these are just three examples. But I wouldn't be surprised if the BBC Night to Remember was among them.

The Kraft version is well worth tracking down. Obviously done on a small budget and Claude Rains is a little bit Rocky Horror as the Narrator, but it's a great version of the disaster.
 

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