- Oct 11, 2018
A funny goof I can never unsee in the ‘97 movie is when the stern is upright after the break up. A random guy falls and hits one of the big bollards, it bends and there’s an audible ‘clunk.’
There are plenty of bloopers in all the Titanic related films. In A Night To Remember there was the non-existent Christening ceremony complete with a bottle of champagne, Kenneth More's Lightoller all but saving every survivor by himself (including floating off Collapsible A) and worst of all, the smoke from one of the funnels going the wrong way in one of the sinking frames (with Ismay's face in the foreground). The 1953 film Titanic and 1979 TV movie SOS Titanic are so full off bloopers that they are not even worth mentioning. But for a Titanic purist like me the biggest bloopers of all are in Cameron's film: they are called Jack and Rose.
Just running through these old posts........as usual . LOLCookie- mea culpa! My "Music Man" ragtime authority gave me some bad info- the rest I think is accurate though. Shall we dance that Navajo rag- I'll be Annette! Did you notice the lady that plays Madeleine Astor, Frances Bergen is Candice Bergen's Ma?-But that's not a blooper...hopefully!
Maybe they had a sale on tuxedos somewhere along her trip and she picked up one for a present to her son ?One kind of a historical blooper I find from Cameron's Titanic is Molly Brown taking Jack down to her cabin to fit Jack with her son's tuxedo.What a coincidence that her son's tuxedo perfectly fits Jack.The historical blooper to me is that if Molly Brown's son is not accompanying her on this trip,Why would Molly Brown pack her son's tuxedo into her luggage? Sincerely,Jerry Nuovo
This is nof exactly a blooper but a connection with the "Jack and Rose story" and the "Annette and Rose story."Without the Jack and Rose story Camerons Titanic would never had been made. I didn't mind the Jack and Rose story line. While pretty unrealistic it was entertaining. Without it we probably would have never got the best recreation of the ship so far in a movie.