On Sat., Feb. 3, 1912 Titanic was moved to the Thompson Graving - or dry - dock so that the propellers could be fitted onto the Ship. Water was pumped into the dock, the Ship was floated in, and then the water pumped out again, leaving the Ship supported by struts. #Titanic
My life rn, as told by hobbits.
Have spent at least 8 years trying to find this short melody that has enchanted me since I first watched the movie. No version has ever been released in any of the soundtracks so I don’t know if it even has a name. It plays throughout various scenes in the movie but, most notably, as Rose get’s ready for Jack to draw her.
You can download it [here] because I know for a fact, from years of searching, that I’m not the only one who’s been looking for this.
Titanic (film) trivia: The first class lounge was deemed to be too expensive a set to be built. As a miniature of it was required for the flooding scenes, one was built to quarter of the real size. This was then greenscreened as background for the scenes where the actors were seen sitting in the lounge.
I’ve ALWAYS wanted this room in my house, so it was quite upsetting when I first learned, of all the rooms, it was deemed “too expensive to build.” haha
Graham: You’re not in Titanic, are you?
Jamie: No. No, I’m a huge, huge, huge fan. I was one of those people, I went to the theatre eight times to see it!
Kate: Aww, bless ya. Aww.
Jamie: Of course, it’s huge!
Kate: I’ve only seen it once!
Graham: Eight times! That is, that is a lot of commitment!
Jamie: My mum let me nick off school to go see it, actually.
Kate: Aww! Oh god I love you! You’re amazing!
Jamie: I love you too, I love you too, I love you too. [x]