Mr and Mrs Ryerson
I am afraid you are a bit confused, I didn't react on your post below here:Fr Seward was not near lifeboat 6 and besides he left in lifeboat 7.... And the same man is seen on the deck of Titanic when collapsible D is being lowered so I guess it's certain the man depicted is Mauritz hakan bjornstorm-steffanson
But this post heard regarding the bearded man in lifeboat number 7:Finally!! this gentleman is Mr Mauritz bjornstorm-steffanson as he and woolner ( who was not depicted in any cameo) assisted Mrs Candee into lifeboat 6 (whom we can see standing with Stefanson in the above picture) which is accurateView attachment 78993Secondly, we see him here when collapsible D is lowered and he helps rose inside the Titanic and probably jumps in boat-D after that....so I guess it's kinda similar
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The man here is either Paul chevre or Frederick Omont or Frederick Kimber Seward...what are the suggestions of y'all?
Correct, it is the gentleman I identified in post #9 as Arthur Ryerson. Interestingly, the lady who played Mrs Ryerson appears only in the scenes on the promenade deck, in the sunday service and probably later in the sinking scenes (although I have only found her husband so far). James Cameron probably knew that Mrs Ryerson was in deep mourning for her deceased son and that she did not join her fellow travellers until late on April 14th, so he decided to use her only in a few scenes.View attachment 79005
Mr and Mrs Ryerson
Nevermind that, making mistakes makes us human after all.I am so sorry....I didn't actually notice the message I tagged soa heartfelt sorry from my sidee
And yes, this is historian Don Lynch in his role as Frederic Spedden.View attachment 79007Frederick Oakley Spedden
Despite being in the wrong lifeboat (they were in lifeboat number 5, not number 7) it is possible that they are based on Mrs. Dodge and her son.View attachment 79009Mrs Ruth Doge and Washington Dodge jr?
I have asked myself this question many times. We know from the script of the film that Caledon Hockley is the richest man on the ship until John Jacob Astor comes aboard in Cherbourg. When Rose mentioned that the entire Philadelphia society was invited to her wedding, she probably meant Benjmain Guggenheim, the Thayer family, the Widener family and others... So we can assume that Cal had a good relationship with this group of passengers. However, we see him socializing mainly with other passengers like Archibald Gracie, the Duff-Gordons and the Astors. I could imagine that famous passengers like the Wideners or Major b*** (I’m not sure about the Thayers either) were deliberately not included in the movie to avoid assigning Cal to a circle of people. But of course they can show up somewhere in the background and I just haven’t seen them yet...You know, I wonder if we can find Archibald b***? Like I have never seen a portrayal of him in any Titanic film, so do you think he may be a background character in Titanic (1997)?
I am not sure about this extra. There are several passengers which he could represent. Henry Blank is probably a good guess, although this extra is seen late in the sinking while the real Henry Blank escaped in lifeboat 7.View attachment 79015this man according to my opinion looks like henry blank View attachment 79016