Hey, everyone! I was just watching the 1953 version of Titanic last night and there was this one particular scene I am curious about. It's before the Titanic hits an iceberg it shows Mr. Sturges playing cards with some other passengers in the bar when a crewmember announces dinner with his trumpet. After he does so Mr. Sturges says that the British announce meals as if it were a "calvary charge." I saw the edited version of Titanic 1997 and also a crewmember announces dinner with his trumpet and the actor of Molly Brown comments to Jack and Rose, "Why do they always have to announce meals like a calvary charge?" Do you think James Cameron looked at the 1953 version of Titanic and put this phrase into his movie? I do know James Cameron used some similar scenes from the 1943 version of Titanic and put it into his film. Could he have also copied some things from the 1953 version? What do you guys think?