Have just finished another viewing of the Cameron film and was caught up in the excitement at the time of the collision. Really gripping, of course, Fleet calling to report the berg, impatient at their slowness to answer, Murdoch running pell-mell, etc. Yet I seem to recall in "A Night to Remember", Lord's book (haven't seen ANTR the movie yet--I plan to soon), the atmosphere on the bridge, even at the time of the collision, was rather cool, calm, business-as-usual, no panic, etc. Which was most likely correct? Did Murdoch actually run across the bridge like they showed in the film in a near panic? Or were things probably more sedate?