Titanic cast

titanic cast

Directed by Jean Negulesco Writing Credits Charles Brackett . (written by) & Walter Reisch . (written by) and Richard L. Breen . (written by) (as Titanic cast Breen) A.E. Housman . (poem) (uncredited) Cast (in credits order) verified as complete Clifton Webb . Richard Ward Sturges Barbara Stanwyck . Julia Sturges Robert Wagner . Gifford Rogers Audrey Dalton . Annette Sturges Thelma Ritter . Maude Young Brian Aherne . Captain E. J. Smith Richard Basehart . George Healey Allyn Joslyn . Earl Meeker James Todd .

Sandy Comstock Frances Bergen . Madeleine Astor William Johnstone . John Jacob Astor Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Patrick Aherne .

Seaman (uncredited) Merry Anders . College Girl (uncredited) Salvador Baguez . Jean Pablo Uzcadum (uncredited) Benjie Bancroft .

Passenger (uncredited) Barry Bernard . First Officer Murdock (uncredited) Eumenio Blanco . Passenger (uncredited) Eugene Borden . Dock Official (uncredited) George Boyce .

Undetermined Role (uncredited) Paul Bradley . Passenger (uncredited) Boyd Cabeen . Passenger (uncredited) Hamilton Titanic cast . Messenger Boy (uncredited) Harper Carter . Norman Sturges (uncredited) Sanders Clark . Junior Officer (uncredited) Harry Cording . Boiler Room Engineer (uncredited) John Costello . Undetermined Role (uncredited) Nicolas Coster . Seaman (uncredited) William Cottrell .

Harry - Bar Steward (uncredited) Ashley Cowan . Phillips - Wireless Operator (uncredited) Herbert Deans .

Junior Officer (uncredited) John Dodsworth .

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Stoker Exclaiming 'For God's Sake!' (uncredited) Anthony Eustrel . Sanderson - White Star Representative (uncredited) Conrad Feia . College Boy (uncredited) Michael Ferris . Steward (uncredited) Charles B. Fitzsimons . Chief Officer Wilde (uncredited) Elizabeth Flournoy . Woman with Baby (uncredited) John Fraser . Steward (uncredited) Dennis Frazer .

Bride - Wireless Operator (uncredited) Kay Garrett . Passenger (uncredited) Rudy Germane . Seaman (uncredited) Gloria Gordon . College Girl (uncredited) Roy Gordon . Isador Strauss (uncredited) Ivis Goulding .

Emma - First Class Stewardess (uncredited) Herschel Graham . Passenger (uncredited) Lee Graham . Symons - Lookout (uncredited) Ralph Grosh . Steward (uncredited) Camillo Guercio . Benjamin Guggenheim (uncredited) Titanic cast Hadlow . Messenger (uncredited) Ron Hagerthy . College Boy (uncredited) Robert Haines . Passenger (uncredited) Sam Harris .

Passenger (uncredited) Joan Hayes . Undetermined Role (uncredited) Steve Hayes . Officer (uncredited) David Hoffman . Ship's Tailor (uncredited) Robin Hughes . Junior Officer (uncredited) Charles Keane . Stoker (uncredited) Melinda Markey . College Girl (uncredited) Mae Marsh . Woman to Whom Norman Gave His Seat (uncredited) Alan Marston .

Quartermaster (uncredited) Philo McCullough . Passenger (uncredited) Owen McGiveney . Steward (uncredited) Frank McLure . Lifeboat Survivor (uncredited) Harold Miller . Passenger (uncredited) Marta Mitrovich . Mrs. Jean Uzcadum (uncredited) Hans Moebus .

Passenger (uncredited) Alberto Morin . Waiter (uncredited) Joyce Newhard . Undetermined Role (uncredited) James O'Hara . Devlin - Lookout (uncredited) Patrick O'Moore . Relief Man (uncredited) Richard Peel . Undetermined Role (uncredited) Paul Power . Passenger (uncredited) Edmund Purdom . Second Officer Lightoller (uncredited) Michael Rennie . End Narrator (voice) (uncredited) Gordon Richards . Mr. Webster - Manager of Clothing Shop (uncredited) Loretta Russell .

Passenger (uncredited) Cosmo Sardo . Steward (uncredited) Duke Seba . Undetermined Role (uncredited) Christopher Severn . Flag Messenger (uncredited) Bert Spencer . Passenger (uncredited) Guy Standing Jr. . George D. Widener (uncredited) Bert Stevens . Passenger (uncredited) David Thursby . Seaman (uncredited) Helen Van Tuyl . Ida Strauss (uncredited) Richard West . College Boy (uncredited) Chalky Williams . Passenger (uncredited) Produced by Charles Brackett .

producer Music by Sol Kaplan Cinematography by Joseph MacDonald . director of photography (as Joe MacDonald) Titanic cast Editing by Louis R. Loeffler . (as Louis Loeffler) Art Direction by Maurice Ransford Lyle R. Wheeler . (as Lyle Wheeler) Set Decoration by Stuart A. Reiss . (as Stuart Reiss) (set decorations) Costume Design by Dorothy Jeakins .

(costumes designed by) Makeup Department Ben Nye . makeup artist Production Management Joseph C. Behm . unit manager (uncredited) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Henry Weinberger . assistant director Art Department Don B. Greenwood . property master (uncredited) Sound Department Roger Heman Sr. . sound (as Roger Heman) Arthur von Kirbach . sound (as Arthur L. Kirbach) Visual Effects by Ray Kellogg .

special photographic effects Costume and Wardrobe Department Charles Le Maire . wardrobe director Sam Benson . wardrobe supervisor (uncredited) Music Department Lionel Newman . musical director Herbert W. Spencer . orchestrator (as Herbert Spencer) Edward B. Powell . orchestrator (uncredited) Script and Continuity Department Kathleen Fagan . script supervisor (uncredited) Additional Crew Gordon Illingworth . technical adviser (as Commodore Sir Gordon Illingworth R.D.

R.N.R. {Retired}) Michael Audley . dialogue director (uncredited) Crew verified as complete Storyline • Taglines • Plot Summary • Synopsis • Plot Keywords • Parents Guide Did You Know? • Trivia • Goofs • Crazy Credits • Quotes • Alternate Versions • Connections • Soundtracks Photo & Video • Photo Gallery • Trailers and Videos Opinion • Awards • FAQ • User Reviews • User Ratings • External Reviews • Metacritic Reviews TV • TV Schedule Related Items • News • Showtimes • External Sites Titanic cast Playing • The Bad Guys (2022) • Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (2022) • Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore (2022) • The Northman (2022) • Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022) • The Lost City (2022) • The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (2022) • Memory (2022) • Father Stu (2022) • Morbius (2022) • Ambulance (2022) • See All Now Playing Cast Clifton Webb Richard Ward Sturgess Barbara Stanwyck Mrs.

Sturgess Robert Wagner Giff Rogers Audrey Dalton Annette Sturges Thelma Ritter Mrs. Maude Young Brian Aherne Captain E.J.Smith Richard Basehart George Healey Allyn Joslyn Earl Meeker James Todd Sandy Comstock Frances Bergen Madeleine Astor William Johnstone John Jacob Astor Christopher Severn Messenger James Lilburn Devlin Charles Fitzsimmons Chief Officer Wilde Barry Bernard First Officer Murdock Helen Van Tuyl Mrs. Straus Roy Gordon Mr.

Isidor Straus Marta Mitrovich Mrs. Uzcadam Ivis Goulding Emma Ashley Cowan Bride Harper Carter Norman Sturges Edmund Purdom 2nd Officer Lightoller Lee Graham Symons Merry Anders College Girl Gloria Gordon College Girl Melinda Markey College Girl Ron Hagerthy College Student Conrad Feia College Student Richard West College Boy Patrick Aherne Salvador Baguez Eugene Borden George Boyce Robin Camp Messenger Boy Harry Cording John Costello Nicolas Coster William Cottrell Herbert Deans John Dodsworth Michael Ferris Elizabeth Flournoy Woman with Baby John Fraser Steward David Hoffman Tailor Robin Hughes Junior Officer Charles R.

Keane Mae Marsh Woman Owen McGiveney Alberto Morin Pat O'Moore Relief Man Richard Peel Gordon Richards Manager David Thursby Seaman Camillo Guercio Mr. Guggenheim Donald Chaffin Michael Hadlow Titanic cast Hayes Bert Stevens Anthony Eustrel Sanderson Michael Rennie Narrator Crew Jean Negulesco Director Arthur L. Kirbach Sound/Sound Designer Ben Nye, Sr. Makeup Charles Titanic cast Producer, Screenwriter Charles Brackett Producer, Screenwriter Dorothy Jeakins Costume Designer Joe MacDonald Cinematographer Lionel Newman Musical Direction/Supervision Louis Loeffler Editor Lyle Wheeler Art Director Maurice Ransford Art Director Ray Kellogg Special Effects Richard L.

Breen Screenwriter Robert Alton Choreography Roger Titanic cast Sound/Sound Designer Sol Kaplan Composer (Music Score) Stuart A. Reiss Set Designer Walter Reisch Screenwriter
• Drama • Romance A seventeen-year-old aristocrat falls in love with a kind but poor artist aboard the luxurious, ill-fated R.M.S. Titanic. A seventeen-year-old aristocrat falls in love with a kind but poor artist aboard the luxurious, ill-fated R.M.S.

Titanic. A seventeen-year-old aristocrat falls in love with a kind but poor artist aboard the luxurious, ill-fated R.M.S.

Titanic. 84 years later, a 100 year-old woman named Rose DeWitt Bukater tells the story to her granddaughter Lizzy Calvert, Brock Lovett, Lewis Bodine, Bobby Buell and Anatoly Mikailavich on the Keldysh about her life set in April 10th 1912, on a ship called Titanic when young Rose boards the departing ship with the upper-class passengers and her mother, Ruth DeWitt Bukater, and her fiancé, Caledon Hockley.

Meanwhile, a drifter and artist named Jack Dawson and his best friend Fabrizio De Rossi win third-class tickets to the ship in a game. And she explains the whole story from departure until the death of Titanic on its first and last voyage April 15th, 1912 at 2:20 in the morning. — Anthony Pereyra (at around 2h 30 mins) The elderly couple seen hugging on the bed while water floods their room were the owners of Macy's department store in New York, Rosalie Ida Straus and Isidor Straus, both of whom died on the Titanic.

Ida was offered a seat on a lifeboat but refused so that she could stay with her husband, saying, "As we have lived together, so we shall die together." There was a scene filmed that depicted this moment but was cut from the final version.

It was Mrs Straus who originally said "Where you go, I go" that inspired Rose's same line in the film. Jack: [to Ruth and other guests dining at their table] Well, yes, ma'am, I do. I mean, I got everything I need right here with me. I got air in my lungs, a few blank sheets of paper. I mean, I love waking up in the morning not knowing what's gonna happen or, who I'm gonna meet, where I'm gonna wind up. Just the other night I was sleeping under a bridge and now here I am on the grandest ship in the world having champagne with you fine people.

I figure life's a gift and I don't intend on wasting it. You don't know what hand you're gonna get dealt next. You learn to take life as it comes at you.

to make each day count. Molly Brown: Well said, Jack. Titanic is world famous. The film that broke every box office record on release and wore the box office champion crown for many years(until it was overtaken by Jim Cameron's Avatar) is special because not only does it showcase the Titanic disaster in all its glory the film is a technical achievement of the highest order. The sinking sequence is astonishing and it feels like you are watching the actual ship sink.

The characters and actors are amazing and even with a large running length you never dare look at the watch. James Cameron is a master director and Titanic is his stamp of authority. Series Directed by Jon Jones . (4 episodes, 2012) Series Writing Credits Julian Fellowes . (written by) (4 episodes, 2012) Series Cast Peter McDonald .

Jim Maloney 4 episodes, titanic cast Steven Waddington . Second Officer Lightoller 4 episodes, 2012 Glen Blackhall . Paolo Sandrini 4 episodes, 2012 Ruth Bradley . Mary Maloney 4 episodes, titanic cast Georgia McCutcheon . Theresa Maloney 4 episodes, 2012 Antonio Magro . Mario Sandrini 4 episodes, 2012 Perdita Weeks . Lady Georgiana Grex 4 episodes, 2012 Stephen Campbell Moore .

Thomas Andrews 4 episodes, 2012 Jenna Coleman . Annie Desmond 4 episodes, 2012 Linus Roache . Hugh, Earl of Manton 4 episodes, 2012 Geraldine Somerville . Louisa, Countess of Manton 4 episodes, 2012 Miles Richardson .

John Jacob Astor 4 episodes, 2012 Noah Reid . Harry Widener 4 episodes, 2012 Titanic cast Kent . Eleanor Widener 4 episodes, 2012 Angéla Eke . Madeleine Astor 4 episodes, 2012 Péter Kõszegi .

George Widener 4 episodes, 2012 Toby Jones . John Batley 4 episodes, 2012 Maria Doyle Kennedy titanic cast. Muriel Batley 4 episodes, 2012 Peter Titanic cast . Joseph Rushton 4 episodes, 2012 Celia Imrie .

Grace Rushton 4 episodes, 2012 James Wilby . Bruce Ismay 4 episodes, 2012 Sylvestra Le Touzel . Lady Duff Gordon 4 episodes, 2012 Lloyd Hutchinson .

Chief Steward Lattimer 4 episodes, 2012 Lee Ross . Barnes 4 episodes, 2012 Ralph Ineson . Steward Hart 4 episodes, 2012 Simon Paisley Day . Sir Cosmo Duff Gordon 4 episodes, 2012 Lyndsey Marshal .

Mabel Watson 4 episodes, 2012 Cian Barry . Fourth Officer Boxhall 4 episodes, 2012 Brian McCardie . First Officer Murdoch 4 episodes, 2012 David Calder . Captain Smith 3 episodes, 2012 Ifan Meredith .

Fifth Officer Lowe 4 episodes, 2012 Olivia Darnley . Bessie Allison 4 episodes, 2012 Larina Meszaros titanic cast. Loraine Allison 4 episodes, 2012 Dragos Bucur . Peter Lubov 3 episodes, 2012 Sophie Winkleman . Dorothy Gibson 3 episodes, 2012 Shane Attwooll . Billy Blake 3 episodes, 2012 Ben Bishop .

Stoker Lyons 3 episodes, 2012 Will Keen . Chief Officer Wilde 2 episodes, 2012 John Kazek . Steward Turnbull 3 episodes, 2012 Eszter Zakariás . Woman 2 at Purser's / . 2 episodes, 2012 Matt Devere . Boilerman 3 episodes, 2012 Sally Bankes .

Mrs. Gibson 3 episodes, 2012 Jonathan Howard . Sixth Officer Moody 3 episodes, 2012 David Eisner . Benjamin Guggenheim 3 episodes, 2012 Grainne Keenan .

Laura Francatelli 3 episodes, 2012 Tom Andrews . Seaman Hawkins 3 episodes, 2012 Joseph May . Victor Giglio 3 episodes, 2012 Iain McKee . Seaman Scott 2 episodes, 2012 Mike Kelly . Seaman Royce 2 episodes, 2012 Linda Kash . Margaret 'Molly' Brown 1 episode, 2012 Alexis Latham .

Man in Corridor 2 episodes, 2012 Laurie Hagen . Emma Sãgesser 2 episodes, 2012 Mark Lewis Jones . David Evans 2 episodes, 2012 Joséphine de La Titanic cast . Madame Aubart 2 episodes, 2012 Sophie Rundle . Roberta Maioni 2 episodes, 2012 Ryan Hawley . Jack Thayer 2 episodes, 2012 Thomas Aldridge .

Steward Taylor 2 episodes, 2012 Beatrice Zentai . Woman 1 at Purser's 2 episodes, 2012 István Koncz . Gatti's Waiter 2 episodes, 2012 Attila Bardóczy . Gatti's Waiter 2 episodes, 2012 Christine Kavanagh . Marian Thayer 2 episodes, 2012 Pandora Colin . Countess of Rothes 2 episodes, 2012 Kevin Lukacs .

American Valet / . 1 episode, 2012 Izabella Urbanowicz . Alice Cleaver 1 episode, 2012 Margaréta Szabó . Woman #2 in Lifeboat / . 1 episode, 2012 Colm Gormley . Winston Churchill 1 episode, 2012 Timothy West . Lord Pirrie 1 episode, 2012 Jamie MacPhee . Scots Guards Officer 1 episode, 2012 Michele Moran . Prostitute 1 episode, 2012 Richard Sutton .

Second Officer Blair 1 episode, 2012 Tim Downie . Police Officer 1 episode, 2012 Szabolcs Thuróczy . Priest 1 episode, 2012 Geoffrey Thomas . American Valet 1 episode, 2012 Csongor Veér . Wallace Hartley - Band Leader 1 episode, 2012 Mátyás Ölveti . Cellist 1 episode, 2012 Richard Southgate . Milton Long (Youth with Jack) 1 episode, 2012 Lili Horváth . Woman #1 in Lifeboat 1 episode, 2012 Dave Legeno . Seaman Davis 1 episode, 2012 Luke Norris .

Seaman Holmes 1 episode, 2012 Preston Hrisko . Hudson Allison (uncredited) 4 episodes, 2012 Jeff Mash titanic cast. US Valet #1 / . (uncredited) 2 episodes, 2012 András Korcsmáros . Footman (uncredited) 1 episode, 2012 Ross Armstrong . Seaman Penton (uncredited) 1 episode, 2012 Paul Bridle . Crewman Strickland (uncredited) 1 episode, 2012 Istvan Szori . Passenger (uncredited) 1 episode, 2012 Series Produced by Klaus Bassiner . co-executive producer (4 episodes, 2012) Sue Calverley .

co-producer (4 episodes, 2012) David Collins . co-executive producer (4 episodes, 2012) Howard Ellis . executive producer (4 episodes, 2012) Tara Ellis . producer: Shaw Media (4 episodes, 2012) Stephen Finney .

producer: Shaw Media (4 episodes, 2012) Andrea Glinski . co-producer (4 episodes, 2012) Adam Goodman . executive producer (4 episodes, 2012) Jennifer Kawaja . executive producer (4 episodes, 2012) Alex Laustroer . co-executive producer (4 episodes, 2012) Julia Sereny . executive producer (4 episodes, 2012) Nigel Stafford-Clark . producer (4 episodes, 2012) Chris Thompson . producer (4 episodes, 2012) Simon Vaughan . executive producer (4 episodes, 2012) Kate Bartlett .

executive producer (3 episodes, 2012) Series Music by Jonathan Goldsmith . (4 episodes, 2012) Series Cinematography by Adam Suschitzky . (4 episodes, 2012) Series Film Editing by Susan Shipton . (4 episodes, 2012) Series Casting By Jon Comerford . (4 episodes, 2012) Lisa Parasyn . (4 episodes, 2012) Kate Rhodes Titanic cast . (4 episodes, 2012) Series Production Design by Rob Harris .

(4 episodes, 2012) Series Art Direction by Tibor Lázár . (4 episodes, 2012) Jo Riddell . supervising art director (4 episodes, 2012) Series Costume Design by James Keast . (4 episodes, 2012) Series Makeup Department Francesco Alberico .

hair designer / make-up and hair designer / makeup designer (4 episodes, 2012) Márta Antal . hair stylist: crowd / makeup artist: crowd (4 episodes, 2012) Rita Balla . hair stylist (4 episodes, 2012) Csilla Blake-Horváth .

makeup supervisor (4 episodes, 2012) Krisztina Fehér . hair stylist (4 episodes, 2012) Judit Halász . hair stylist (4 episodes, 2012) Nóra Kapás . crowd makeup supervisor (4 episodes, 2012) Sue Wyburgh . hair designer / makeup designer (4 episodes, 2012) Szandra Bíró . makeup artist (3 episodes, 2012) Dawn E. Rivard . wigbuilder (2 episodes, 2012) Series Production Management Lynda McKenzie . post-production supervisor (4 episodes, 2012) Zsofi Oblath . assistant production manager (4 episodes, 2012) Maria Ungor .

production manager (4 episodes, 2012) Csaba Benedek . unit manager (2 episodes, 2012) Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Tamás Titanic cast Chipie .

third assistant director (4 episodes, 2012) Andrew Mannion . second assistant director (4 episodes, 2012) Linda Marian . third assistant director (4 episodes, 2012) Bogi Móricz .

second assistant director (4 episodes, 2012) Norbert Vilonya . assistant director (4 episodes, 2012) George Walker . first assistant director (4 episodes, 2012) Series Art Department Lili Bolgar . art department coordinator (4 episodes, 2012) Dávid Breier . props buyer (4 episodes, 2012) Judit Csák . assistant art director (4 episodes, 2012) Hedvig Kiraly . draftsman (4 episodes, 2012) József Kiss . construction manager (4 episodes, 2012) Kat Law . buyer: UK (4 episodes, 2012) Dora Nagy . graphic designer (4 episodes, 2012) Szabolcs-Levente Titanic cast .

propmaker (4 episodes, 2012) Gábor Zoltán Szabó . stand-by props (4 episodes, 2012) Marton Szalay . props (4 episodes, 2012) Márton Vörös . draftsman (4 episodes, 2012) Csaba Mitku . props (1 episode, 2012) Series Sound Department Jean Bot .

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assistant sound editor (4 episodes, 2012) David Caporale . assistant sound editor (4 episodes, 2012) Tamás Csaba . sound recordist (4 episodes, 2012) János Csáki .

sound recordist (4 episodes, 2012) Tony Currie . adr editor (4 episodes, 2012) Jenna Dalla Riva . foley recordist (4 episodes, 2012) Romain Drouillon . french dubbing mixer (4 episodes, 2012) Sandra Fox . foley artist (4 episodes, 2012) Szabolcs Gáspár . boom operator (4 episodes, 2012) Jack Heeren titanic cast. foley mixer (4 episodes, 2012) Krystin Hunter .

assistant sound editor (4 episodes, 2012) James Hyde . adr recordist (4 episodes, 2012) Nick Kray . adr mixer (4 episodes, 2012) Martin Lee . re-recording mixer (4 episodes, 2012) Andy Malcolm . foley artist (4 episodes, 2012) David McCallum .

dialogue editor (4 episodes, 2012) Brent Pickett . assistant sound editor (4 episodes, 2012) Ian Rankin . re-recording mixer (4 episodes, 2012) Graham Rogers . assistant re-recording mixer (4 episodes, 2012) Pál Szûrös . boom operator (4 episodes, 2012) Jane Tattersall . sound titanic cast editor (4 episodes, 2012) Zsolt Triz . sound assistant (4 episodes, 2012) Robert Warchol .

sound effects editor (4 episodes, 2012) Don White . foley recording mixer (4 episodes, 2012) Sue Conley . dialogue editor (3 episodes, 2012) Series Special Effects by Béla Buzgó .

special effects technician (4 episodes, 2012) Furedi Csaba . special effects technician (4 episodes, 2012) Gábor Gajdos . daily sfx technician (4 episodes, 2012) Attila Góczán . special effects technician (4 episodes, 2012) Szilvassy Istvan .

special effects technician (4 episodes, 2012) Gabor Kiszelly . special effects supervisor (4 episodes, 2012) Norbert Orosz . special effects technician (4 episodes, 2012) Tibor Skornyak . special effects (4 episodes, 2012) Gábor Styevkó . special effects technician (4 episodes, 2012) László Pintér . daily special effects (1 episode, 2012) Series Visual Effects by Princz Agoston . lead animator: Digital Apes Ltd. (4 episodes, 2012) Neishaw Ali .

executive producer (4 episodes, 2012) Chris Ankli . layout-tracking (4 episodes, 2012) Szvák Antal . assistant visual effects producer (4 episodes, 2012) Dániel Bartha titanic cast. lead compositor (4 episodes, 2012) Zoltán Benyó . visual effects production supervisor: Digital Apes Ltd. (4 episodes, 2012) Zena Bielewicz . digital compositor (4 episodes, 2012) Alex Branton .

visual effects artist (4 episodes, 2012) Ian Britton . compositing supervisor: Rocket Science VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Vajda Bálint . digital compositor (4 episodes, 2012) Kevin Chandoo . title designer: opening sequence (4 episodes, 2012) Tavia Charlton . visual effects producer (4 episodes, 2012) James Chretien . lighting supervisor (4 episodes, 2012) Eric Cowan . titanic cast artist (4 episodes, 2012) Tony Cybulski . digital compositor: Rocket Science VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Mária Czeglédi .

roto artist: Digital Apes Ltd. (4 episodes, 2012) Colin Davies . visual effects supervisor: SPIN VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Amy Daye . compositing supervisor (4 episodes, 2012) Ashish Dewan . digital compositor (4 episodes, 2012) Eric Doiron .

associate visual effects supervisor: Spin VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Sean Dsouza . lighting (4 episodes, 2012) Jozsef Eisenberger . 3d artist (4 episodes, 2012) Steve Elliott .

visual effects coordinator (4 episodes, 2012) Csaba Elteto . lighting technical director: Digital Apes Ltd. (4 episodes, 2012) Tamás Fiedler . compositor: Digital Apes Ltd. (4 episodes, 2012) Zoltán Fiedler . matchmover: Digital Apes Ltd. (4 episodes, 2012) Mark Fordham . digital matte artist: Rocket Science VFX / concept artist: Rocket Science / digital matte artist: Rocket Science (4 episodes, 2012) Peter Giliberti .

animation supervisor (4 episodes, 2012) Luke Groves . visual effects production manager: SPIN VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Bence Hegybíró . 3d artist (4 episodes, 2012) Irit Hod . senior lighting technical director (4 episodes, 2012) Amanda Hollingworth . digital compositor (4 episodes, 2012) Daniel Hornick . lighting (4 episodes, 2012) Roby Illés . compositor: Digital Apes Ltd. (4 episodes, 2012) Róbert Illés . compositor: Digital Apes Ltd. (4 episodes, 2012) Jeremy Johnson .

digital compositor (4 episodes, 2012) Ariel Joson . 3D artist: Rocket Science VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Pál Klemm . supervisor: Digital Apes Ltd. (4 episodes, 2012) Gabriella Korán . roto artist: Digital Apes Ltd. (4 episodes, 2012) Greg Lamar . digital compositor: Rocket Titanic cast VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Jongju Lee .

animator (4 episodes, 2012) Marco Lee . digital compositor: SPIN VFX / rotoscope and paint artist (4 episodes, 2012) Titanic cast MacLeod . 3D artist: Titanic cast Science VFX (4 episodes, 2012) David Martin . animator (4 episodes, 2012) Kevin Titanic cast . digital compositor: Rocket Science VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Matt Mcewan .

digital compositor (4 episodes, 2012) Richard Nagy . compositor: Digital Titanic cast Ltd. (4 episodes, 2012) Erin Nicholson . cg artist (4 episodes, 2012) Chris Nokes . visual effects production manager: Rocket Science VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Richard Owen .

layout-tracking (4 episodes, 2012) Nikolett Papp . compositor: Digital Apes Ltd. (4 episodes, 2012) Mayur Patel . CG supervisor: Rocket Science VFX / cg supervisor: Rocket Science VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Sandor Peto .

lead 3d artist (4 episodes, 2012) Adam Potvin . digital compositor: Rocket Science VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Carol Prince . animator (4 episodes, 2012) Gabor Pulai . lead 3d artist (4 episodes, 2012) James Raiz . matte painter (4 episodes, 2012) Carrie Richardson . visual effects production manager: Spin (4 episodes, 2012) László Ruska . 3d artist (4 episodes, 2012) Vishal Rustgi .

visual effects titanic cast (4 episodes, 2012) Dénes Sajgál . first assistant director: VFX unit (4 episodes, 2012) Taylor Sanderson . rotoscope and paint artist (4 episodes, 2012) Ahmed Shehata . cg supervisor: Spin VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Tim Sibley . effects supervisor (4 episodes, 2012) Reuben Siboni . digital compositor: Rocket Science VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Nitin Singh . cg artist (4 titanic cast, 2012) Joseph Soloway .

rotoscope and paint titanic cast (4 episodes, 2012) Jay Stanners . digital compositor: Rocket Science VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Mátyás Szabó . digital compositor (4 episodes, 2012) Attila Szapek . digital compositor (4 episodes, 2012) Zoltán Szegedi .

compositor: Digital Apes Ltd. (4 episodes, 2012) Celso Teixeira . cg artist (4 episodes, 2012) Eppie Tong . systems administrator (4 episodes, 2012) John-John Traoré . digital compositor (4 episodes, 2012) Tom Turnbull .

visual effects supervisor (4 episodes, 2012) Jenõ Udvardi . visual effects producer (4 episodes, 2012) Tracey Vaz . digital compositor: Rocket Science VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Gergely Velki . digital compositor (4 episodes, 2012) Anton Voytenkov . character rigger: Spin VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Daanish Wain .

compositor / digital compositor (4 episodes, 2012) Pat Wakefield . digital compositor: Rocket Science VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Allan Walker . digital matte artist: Rocket Science VFX (4 episodes, 2012) Mattaniah Yip . digital compositor (4 episodes, 2012) Patrick Zentis . matte painter (4 episodes, 2012) Andor Záhonyi . compositor: Digital Apes Ltd.

(4 episodes, 2012) Mary Holding . visual effects artist (3 episodes, 2012) Jason Kozsurek . digital compositor (2 episodes, 2012) Kirk Brillon . digital compositor: Spin VFX (1 episode, 2012) Imre Toke . character rigger: crowd multiplying, Digital Apes (1 episode, 2012) Tanvir Hanif . digital matte painter (uncredited) (1 episode, 2012) Series Stunts Sandor Bertalan . stunts (4 episodes, 2012) Sándor Boros . stunt performer (4 episodes, 2012) Krisztián Czirják . stunts (4 episodes, 2012) Péter Katona .

stunt player / stunt rigging supervisor (4 episodes, 2012) József Kovalik . stunt performer (4 episodes, 2012) Levente Lezsák . stunt coordinator (4 episodes, 2012) Ferenc Novinecz . stunts (4 episodes, 2012) Béla Unger . stunt supervisor (4 episodes, 2012) Béla Orsányi . stunt performer (2 episodes, 2012) Iván Orsányi . stunt double: Jack Thayer / stunt performer (2 episodes, 2012) Bence Ferenczi . stunts (1 episode, 2012) Alexandra Vilcsek .

stunt performer (1 episode, 2012) Viktoria Zambo . stunt performer (1 episode, 2012) Series Camera and Electrical Department Szoke Andras .

focus puller: "b"camera (4 episodes, 2012) Csaba Bankhardt . dolly grip (4 episodes, 2012) Attila Bilik . rigging gaffer (4 episodes, 2012) Donát Bánkuti . video assist operator (4 titanic cast, 2012) Laurence Cendrowicz . still photographer (4 episodes, 2012) Márk Czirják .

rigging best boy (4 episodes, 2012) Isti Djuroska . studio rigger (4 episodes, 2012) Steve István Djuroska . studio key rigger (4 episodes, 2012) Tibor Djuroska . studio rigger (4 episodes, 2012) Zoltán Dzsupin . titanic cast assistant: "b" camera (4 episodes, 2012) Gabor Gelegonya . studio rigger (4 episodes, 2012) Almási Gábor .

Dimmer Board Operator (4 episodes, 2012) Attila Hevesi . rigging electrician (4 episodes, 2012) Gábor Hevesi . gaffer (4 episodes, 2012) Titanic cast Horváth . rigging electrician (4 episodes, 2012) Adam Kalacsi .

studio rigger (4 episodes, 2012) Ákos Nyoszoli . behind the scenes camera (4 episodes, 2012) Márk Oláh . camera trainee (4 episodes, 2012) Máté Oláh . assistant video operator (4 episodes, 2012) Tamás Oláh . focus puller: "a" camera (4 episodes, 2012) Viktor Racsek . dimmer board operator (4 episodes, 2012) Marci Ragályi . camera operator / steadicam operator (4 episodes, 2012) György Réder .

camera operator (4 episodes, 2012) Zoltán Schrammel . technocrane operator (4 episodes, 2012) Bálint Seress . underwater assistant titanic cast (4 episodes, 2012) Imre Sisa . key and dolly grip (4 episodes, 2012) Michael Spicer .

cinematographer: visual effects (4 episodes, 2012) Szabolcs Szalay . technocrane operator (4 episodes, 2012) Gergely Sztellik . studio rigger (4 episodes, 2012) Attila Tumbász .

digital imaging technician (4 episodes, 2012) János Varga . electrician (4 episodes, 2012) György Vesztergombi . camera assistant: "a" camera (4 episodes, 2012) Viktor Zsámbék . bestboy (4 episodes, 2012) Attila Pfeffer .

camera operator / steadicam operator (2 episodes, 2012) Series Animation Department Nitin Singh . cg generalist (4 episodes, 2012) Series Casting Titanic cast Jon Comerford . casting director: Canada (4 episodes, 2012) Tamás Kertész . extras casting: Hungary (4 episodes, 2012) Balázs Titanic cast . extras casting (4 episodes, 2012) Beatrice Kruger . casting director: Italy (4 episodes, 2012) Lisa Parasyn .

casting director: Canada (4 episodes, 2012) Series Costume and Wardrobe Department Brigitta Barko . key costumer (4 episodes, 2012) Claire Mitchell .

assistant costume designer (4 episodes, 2012) Laura Panayiotou . tailor: men (4 episodes, 2012) Zsuzsa Stenger . costume supervisor: Hungary (4 episodes, 2012) Thomas Traxler . set costumer (4 episodes, 2012) Series Editorial Department Bori Bartucz . dailies producer (4 episodes, 2012) Frank Biasi . on-line editor (4 episodes, 2012) Jim Fleming .

digital intermediate colorist (4 episodes, 2012) Deborah Gurofsky . trainee assistant editor (4 episodes, 2012) Adam Jurkovich . dailies operator (4 episodes, 2012) Marc Roussel .

first assistant editor (4 episodes, 2012) Anna Stalter . colorist: dailies (4 episodes, 2012) Mandy Miller . post production paperwork (uncredited) (4 episodes, 2012) Series Location Management János Cserven . location manager (4 episodes, 2012) Zsolt Molnar . assistant location manager (4 episodes, 2012) Series Music Department Kevin Banks . music editor (4 episodes, 2012) Dan Parr .

conductor / orchestrator (4 episodes, 2012) Sean Baillie . composer: titanic cast music (1 episode, 2012) Michael Banton-Jones . scoring music editor (uncredited) (1 episode, 2012) Series Script and Continuity Department Janice Schumm . script supervisor (4 episodes, 2012) Series Transportation Department Chris Collis . transportation coordinator (4 episodes, 2012) Mihály Gáspár . driver: cast (4 episodes, 2012) Series Additional Crew Darcy Arthurs . video project coordinator (4 episodes, 2012) Roland Birtha .

unit assistant (4 episodes, 2012) Agi Blasko . production secretary (4 episodes, 2012) Erika Bognár . production assistant (4 episodes, titanic cast Alan Collis .

production executive (4 episodes, 2012) Szabolcs Endrefi . assistant to production accountant: Hungary (4 episodes, 2012) Mihály Gál . assistant production coordinator (4 episodes, 2012) Krisztina Hegyi . medical coordinator (4 episodes, 2012) Patricia Jantsek . stand-in (4 episodes, 2012) Veronika Kara . cashier (4 episodes, 2012) Ágnes Kun .

production accountant: Hungary (4 episodes, 2012) Della Moore . production accountant (4 episodes, 2012) János Papp . health titanic cast safety advisor (4 episodes, 2012) Nora Simmons . production accountant: Canada (4 episodes, 2012) Amy Szabados . production coordinator (4 episodes, 2012) Zsolt Tolmár . set production assistant (4 episodes, 2012) Gábor Xantus . medical supervisor (4 episodes, 2012) Csaba Benedek .

unit manager (2 episodes, 2012) Philip Harvey . body double: James Wilby (1 episode, 2012) Ferenc Kondor . security coordinator (uncredited) (4 episodes, 2012) David Monteath . Voice Actor (uncredited) (4 episodes, 2012) Rita Mányai . assistant to uk production accountant (uncredited) (4 episodes, 2012) Richard Szabó . security head (uncredited) (4 episodes, 2012) Istvan Szori .

stand-in (uncredited) (4 episodes, 2012) Csaba Veres . payroll accountant (uncredited) (4 episodes, 2012) Waléra Kanischtscheff . voice actor: Lubov Peter (uncredited) (3 episodes, 2012) Storyline • Taglines • Plot Summary • Synopsis • Plot Keywords • Parents Guide Did You Know? • Trivia • Goofs • Crazy Credits • Quotes • Alternate Versions • Connections • Soundtracks Photo & Video • Photo Gallery • Trailers and Videos Opinion • Awards • FAQ • User Reviews • User Ratings • External Reviews • Metacritic Reviews TV • Episode List • TV Schedule Related Items • News • External Sites
Series Directed by Robert Lieberman .

(2 episodes, 1996) Series Writing Credits ( WGA) Joyce Eliason . (written by) (2 episodes, 1996) Ross LaManna . (written by) (2 episodes, 1996) Series Cast verified as complete Peter Gallagher . Wynn Park 2 episodes, 1996 George C. Scott . Captain Edward J. Smith 2 episodes, 1996 Catherine Zeta-Jones . Isabella Paradine 2 episodes, 1996 Eva Marie Saint . Hazel Foley 2 episodes, 1996 Tim Curry .

Simon Doonan 2 episodes, 1996 Roger Rees . J. Bruce Ismay 2 episodes, 1996 Harley Jane Kozak . Bess Allison 2 episodes, 1996 Marilu Henner . Molly Brown 2 episodes, 1996 Mike Doyle . Jamie Perse 2 episodes, 1996 Sonsee Neu . Aase Ludvigsen 2 episodes, 1996 Felicity Waterman . Alice Cleaver 2 episodes, 1996 Malcolm Stewart . First Officer William Murdoch 2 episodes, 1996 Kevin McNulty .

Second Officer Charles Lightoller 2 episodes, 1996 Kavan Smith . Fifth Officer Harold Lowe 2 episodes, 1996 Terence Kelly . Captain Arthur Henry Rostron 2 episodes, 1996 Scott Hylands . John Jacob Astor IV 2 episodes, 1996 Janne Mortil . Madeline Astor 2 episodes, 1996 Tamsin Kelsey . Clarinda Jack 2 episodes, 1996 Eric Keenleyside . Black Billy Jack 2 episodes, 1996 Kevin Conway . Hudson Allison 2 episodes, 1996 Devon Hoholuk . Lorraine Allison 2 episodes, 1996 Crystal Verge .

Miss Miller 2 episodes, 1996 Bernard Cuffling titanic cast. Etches 2 episodes, 1996 Barry Pepper . Harold Bride 2 episodes, 1996 Matt Hill . Titanic cast Phillips 2 episodes, 1996 Don MacKay .

Mr. Dickie 2 episodes, 1996 Stephen Dimopoulos . Chief Joseph Bell 2 episodes, 1996 Matthew Walker . Captain Stanley Lord 2 episodes, 1996 Chris Humphreys . First Titanic cast Dean 2 episodes, 1996 Gerard Plunkett . Fourth Officer Joseph Boxhall 2 episodes, 1996 Molly Parker . Lulu Foley 2 episodes, 1996 Hagan Beggs . Alden Foley 2 episodes, 1996 Brent Stait . Irish Bunkmate 2 episodes, 1996 Aaron Pearl . Reginald Lee 2 episodes, 1996 Byron Lucas .

Frederick Fleet 2 episodes, 1996 Ron Halder . Second Officer Stone 2 episodes, 1996 Eric Schneider . Third Officer Groves 2 episodes, 1996 Gavin Craig . Wireless Operator 2 episodes, 1996 Janie Woods-Morris . Mrs. Ida Strauss 2 episodes, 1996 Peter Haworth . Mr. Isidor Strauss 2 episodes, 1996 Martin Evans . Quartermaster Hitchens 2 episodes, 1996 Katharine Isabelle . Ophelia Jack 2 episodes, 1996 Lachlan Murdoch . Perry Titanic cast 2 episodes, 1996 Donn Picard .

Ballroom dancer (uncredited) 2 episodes, 1996 Colleen Titanic cast . (uncredited) 1 episode, 1996 John Tench . Fireman (uncredited) 1 episode, 1996 Cindy Girling . Widow (uncredited) 1 episode, 1996 Doug Abrahams . Bartender Thomas Joe McCormack (uncredited) 1 episode, 1996 Robin Driscoll . Reporter (uncredited) 1 episode, 1996 Dale Wilson . Edward Paradine (uncredited) 1 episode, titanic cast Kim Kondrashoff .

Crewman at Steerage Gate (uncredited) 1 episode, 1996 Shaina Tianne Unger . Claire Paradine (uncredited) 1 episode, 1996 Jeffrey J. Ayers . Ship Passenger (uncredited) 1 episode, 1996 Donald Adams . Reporter #1 (uncredited) 1 episode, 1996 Tina Fiorda . Italian Woman (uncredited) 1 episode, 1996 Richard Lautsch .

Lifeboat 7 Crewman (uncredited) 1 episode, 1996 Series Titanic cast by Fred Fuchs . executive producer: American Zoetrope (2 episodes, 1996) Scot J. Kelly . associate producer (2 episodes, 1996) Jeff Kleeman . executive producer: American Zoetrope (2 episodes, 1996) Frank Konigsberg .

executive producer (2 episodes, 1996) Rocky Lang . producer (2 episodes, 1996) Larry Sanitsky . executive producer (2 episodes, 1996) Harold Tichenor . producer (2 episodes, 1996) Series Music by Lennie Niehaus . (2 episodes, 1996) Series Cinematography by David Hennings . (2 episodes, 1996) Series Film Editing by Tod Feuerman . (2 episodes, 1996) Series Casting By Gary M. Zuckerbrod . (2 episodes, 1996) Series Production Design by Christiaan Wagener .

(2 episodes, 1996) Series Art Direction by Eric Norlin . (2 episodes, 1996) Series Set Decoration by Paul Joyal . (2 episodes, 1996) Series Costume Design by Joe I.

Tompkins . (1 episode, 1996) Jori Woodman . (1 episode, 1996) Series Makeup Department Charles Porlier . key makeup artist / makeup designer (2 episodes, 1996) Roy Sidick . key hair stylist (2 episodes, 1996) Patricia Murray . makeup artist (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Monique Venier . assistant makeup artist (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Yvonne Weber . assistant makeup artist (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Series Production Management Jayne Bieber .

executive in charge of production (2 episodes, 1996) Titanic cast Mark . production manager (2 episodes, 1996) Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Morgan Beggs .

first assistant director (2 episodes, 1996) Ella Kutschera . second assistant director (2 episodes, 1996) Drew Taylor . assistant director trainee (2 episodes, titanic cast Series Art Department Bill Burd . property master (2 episodes, 1996) Brian Dott .

props builder (2 episodes, 1996) Doug Hardwick . construction coordinator (2 episodes, 1996) Stephen Vance . lead painter (2 episodes, 1996) Colin Matthews . assistant property master (uncredited) (2 episodes, 1996) Steve Craine . head painter (uncredited) (1 episode, 1996) Titanic cast Goldwyn . assistant art director (uncredited) (1 episode, 1996) Denise Hutniak . on-set dresser (uncredited) (1 episode, 1996) Series Sound Department Matt Sawelson .

supervising sound editor (2 titanic cast, 1996) Don Digirolamo . re-recording mixer (1 episode, 1996) David E. Fluhr . re-recording mixer (1 episode, 1996) David Husby .

production sound mixer (1 episode, 1996) Adam Jenkins . re-recording mixer (1 episode, 1996) Rick Bold . boom operator (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Myron Nettinga . sound effects editor (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Series Special Effects by Gary Paller . special effects coordinator (2 episodes, 1996) Jeffrey Butterworth . special effects first assistant (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Terence J. Cox . special effects first assistant (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Harry Tomsic .

special effects foreman (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Series Visual Effects by Janet Muswell . visual effects supervisor (2 episodes, 1996) Larry W. Bowman . digital artist (1 episode, 1996) Mathew Chaney . visual effects coordinator (1 episode, 1996) Lenny Fohrer .

visual effects colorist (1 episode, 1996) Simon Holden . visual effects artist (1 titanic cast, 1996) David Lombardi . digital artist (1 episode, 1996) Richard Ivan Titanic cast . visual effects producer (1 episode, 1996) Andrew Mumford . visual effects artist (1 episode, 1996) John F.K.

Parenteau . digital effects supervisor (1 episode, 1996) Robert F. Peppler . supervising modeler (1 episode, 1996) Craig Price . visual effects artist (1 episode, 1996) Kendell Shaffer . visual effects coordinator (1 episode, 1996) Ka Yaw Tan .

digital artist (1 episode, 1996) Bruce Branit . animator (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Evan Jacobs . visual effects director: Vision Crew Unlimited (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Wendy Mashburn .

production manager: Vision Crew Unlimited (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Douglas Miller . effects cinematographer: Vision Crew Unlimited (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Series Stunts James Bamford .

stunts (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Lauro David Chartrand-DelValle . stunts (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Jim Dunn . stunt coordinator (uncredited) / stunt double (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Scott Nicholson . stunts: high fall (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Series Camera and Electrical Department Drew Davidson .

gaffer (2 episodes, 1996) Dave Gordon . key grip (2 episodes, 1996) Randal Platt . camera operator (1 episode, 1996) Joe Broderick . Steadicam operator (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Paul T.

Murakami . grip (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Ed 'Animal' Schulz . grip (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Pat Waller titanic cast. grip rigger (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Series Animation Department Bruce Branit . supervising animator (2 episodes, 1996) Series Casting Department Bette Chadwick .

casting: Canada (2 episodes, 1996) Barbara Harris . adr casting (2 episodes, 1996) Candice Elzinga . casting associate (uncredited) titanic cast episodes) James Forsyth . extras casting (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Series Costume titanic cast Wardrobe Department Patricia Galbraith . wardrobe supervisor (2 episodes, 1996) Debbie Geaghan . wardrobe supervisor (2 episodes, 1996) Zoya Niechoda . costumer (uncredited) (2 episodes, 1996) Gail L.

Smith . costumer: preparation (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Series Editorial Department Scott Klein . colorist (2 episodes, 1996) Series Location Management Scott Titanic cast .

location manager (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Joel Hurley . location scout (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Series Music Department Virginia S. Ellsworth . music editor (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Casey Stone . score mixer (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Series Script and Continuity Department Jean Bereziuk . script supervisor (2 episodes, 1996) Series Additional Crew Michael Elias titanic cast.

assistant: Mr. Konigsberg (2 episodes, 1996) Elaine Fleming . production coordinator (2 episodes, 1996) Kevin Foster . assistant: Mr. Konigsberg (2 episodes, 1996) Ken Marschall . historical photos supplier (2 episodes, 1996) Susan Wall . assistant: Mr. Lieberman (2 episodes, 1996) Denise Blasor . voice-over artist (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Andrea Boorman . assistant production coordinator (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Jennifer Harland .

background coordinator (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Greg Priest . mechanical effects: vision crew (uncredited) (unknown episodes) Crew believed to be complete Storyline • Taglines • Plot Summary • Synopsis • Plot Keywords • Parents Guide Did You Know? • Trivia • Goofs • Crazy Credits • Quotes • Alternate Versions • Connections • Soundtracks Photo & Video • Photo Gallery • Trailers and Videos Opinion • Awards • FAQ • User Reviews • User Ratings • External Reviews • Metacritic Reviews TV • Episode List • TV Schedule Related Items • News • External Sites
Directed by James Cameron Writing Credits ( WGA) James Cameron .

(written by) Cast (in credits order) verified as complete Leonardo DiCaprio . Jack Dawson Kate Winslet . Rose Dewitt Bukater Billy Zane . Cal Hockley Kathy Bates . Molly Brown Frances Fisher . Ruth Dewitt Bukater Gloria Stuart . Old Rose Bill Paxton . Brock Lovett Bernard Hill . Captain Smith David Warner . Spicer Lovejoy Victor Garber . Thomas Andrews Jonathan Hyde . Bruce Ismay Suzy Amis .

Lizzy Calvert Lewis Abernathy . Lewis Bodine Nicholas Cascone . Bobby Buell Anatoly M. Sagalevitch . Anatoly Milkailavich (as Dr. Anatoly M. Sagalevitch) Danny Nucci . Fabrizio Jason Barry . Tommy Ryan Ewan Stewart . 1st Officer Murdoch Ioan Gruffudd . Fifth Officer Lowe Jonny Phillips .

2nd Officer Lightoller Mark Lindsay Chapman . Chief Officer Wilde Richard Graham . Quartermaster Rowe Paul Brightwell . Quartermaster Hichens Ron Donachie . Master at Arms Eric Braeden . John Jacob Astor Charlotte Chatton . Madeleine Astor Bernard Fox . Col. Archibald Gracie Michael Ensign . Benjamin Guggenheim Fannie Brett . Madame Aubert Jenette Goldstein . Irish Mommy Camilla Overbye Roos .

Helga Dahl Linda Kerns . 3rd Class Woman Amy Gaipa . Trudy Bolt Martin Jarvis . Sir Duff Gordon Rosalind Ayres .

Lady Duff Gordon Rochelle Rose . Countess of Rothes Jonathan Evans-Jones . Wallace Hartley Brian Walsh . Irish Man Rocky Taylor . Bert Cartmell Alex Owens-Sarno . Cora Cartmell (as Alexandre Owens) Simon Crane . 4th Officer Boxhall Edward Fletcher .

6th Officer Moody Scott Anderson . Frederick Fleet (as Scott G. Anderson) Martin East . Lookout Lee Craig Kelly . Harold Bride Gregory Cooke . Jack Phillips Liam Tuohy .

Chief Baker Joughin James Lancaster . Father Byles Elsa Raven . Ida Straus Lew Palter . Isidor Straus Reece P. Thompson III . Irish Little Boy Laramie Landis .

Irish Little Girl Amber Waddell . Cal's Crying Girl Alison Waddell . Cal's Crying Girl Mark Rafael Truitt . Yaley John Walcutt . 1st Class Husband Terry Forrestal . Chief Engineer Bell Derek Lea . Leading Stoker Barrett Richard Ashton .

Carpenter John Hutchinson Sean Nepita . Elevator Operator (as Sean M. Nepita) Brendan Connolly . Scotland Road Steward David Cronnelly . Crewman Garth Wilton . 1st Class Waiter Martin Laing . Promenade Deck Steward Richard Fox . Steward #1 Nick Meaney . Steward #2 Kevin Owers . Steward #3 Mark Capri . Steward #4 Marc Cass . Hold Steward #1 Paul Herbert . Hold Steward #2 Emmett James .

1st Class Steward Chris Byrne . Stairwell Steward (as Christopher Byrne) Oliver Page . Steward Barnes James Garrett . Titanic Porter Erik Holland . Olaf Dahl Jari Kinnunen . Bjorn Gunderson Anders Falk . Olaus Gunderson Martin Hub . Slovakian Father Seth Adkins .

Slovakian 3 Year Old Boy Barry Dennen . Praying Man Vern Urich . Man in Water Rebecca Klingler . Mother at Stern (as Rebecca Jane Klingler) Tricia O'Neil .

Woman Kathleen S. Dunn . Woman in Water (as Kathleen Titanic cast Romeo Francis . Syrian Man Mandana Marino . Syrian Woman Van Ling . Chinese Man Bjørn Olsen . Olaf (as Bjørn) Dan Pettersson . Sven Shay Duffin . Pubkeeper Greg Ellis . Carpathia Steward Diana Morgan . News Reporter Salonisti . Titanic Orchestra (as I Salonisti) Gaelic Storm . Steerage Band Kris Andersson . Dancer Bobbie Bates . Dancer Aaron James Cash .

Dancer Anne Fletcher . Dancer Edmond Alan Forsyth . Dancer (as Ed Forsyth) Andie Hicks . Dancer Scott Hislop . Dancer Stan Mazin . Dancer Lisa Ratzin . Dancer Julene Renee . Dancer Lorenz Hasler . I Salonisti Violin Thomas Füri . I Salonisti Violin Ferenc Szedlák . I Salonisti Cello Béla Szedlák . I Salonisti Double Bass Werner Giger . I Salonisti Piano Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Brian Baines .

Noble Sailor (uncredited) Adam Barker . Wireless Operator Cyril Evans (Californian) (uncredited) Ellie Bensinger . Tea Room Girl (uncredited) Alexandra Boyd . 1st Class Woman (uncredited) Mike Butters . Musician / Baker (uncredited) James Cameron . Steerage Dancer (uncredited) Bruno Campolo . 1st Class Man (uncredited) Bruce Coughran .

First Class Waiter (uncredited) Chris Cragnotti . Victor Giglio (uncredited) Kevyn Currie . Titanic Crewmember (uncredited) Kevin de la Noy . 3rd Officer Pitman (uncredited) Thomas Fiss . Douglas Spedden (uncredited) Griffin Howell . 1st Class Passenger / Praying Man (uncredited) Sean Howse . The Promenade Steward (uncredited) Samantha Hunt . Steerage Band Member (uncredited) Rudy Joffroy .

'Safe' Bellboy (uncredited) Jeremy Bluejean Jones . Bathroom Guy (uncredited) Tony Kenny . Deckhand (uncredited) Bret Aaron Knower . titanic cast Class Passenger / 3rd Class Passenger (uncredited) George Kosty III . Waiter (uncredited) George Kosty Jr. . 2nd Class Passenger (uncredited) Geoffrey C.

Kosty . Seaman (uncredited) Gregory Charles Kosty . Seaman (uncredited) Sean Lawlor . Leading Stoker Charles Hendrickson (uncredited) Steven Lawrence . First Class Steward (uncredited) Ted Leib . Kissing Couple (uncredited) John Leonhardt . Second Class Passenger (uncredited) Miguel A. Lomelin . Rich Man (uncredited) Shep Lonsdale . Steerage Band Member (uncredited) Don Lynch .

Frederick Spedden (uncredited) Isaac Marshall . Ship's Steward (uncredited) Johnny Martin . Rescue Boat Crewman (uncredited) Ryan McClurkin . 2nd Class Passenger / Engine Room Crewman (uncredited) Brian McDermott . Titanic Gym Instructor Thomas McCawley (uncredited) Meghan McLeod . First Class Passenger (uncredited) Chip Miller . Seaman on Loading Dock (uncredited) Patrick Murphy . Steerage Band Member (uncredited) Kelbe Nugent . Titanic cast Room Mother (uncredited) Ellen O'Brien .

Frozen Woman with Baby (uncredited) Mike O'Neal . Engine Room Crewman (uncredited) Julian Oros titanic cast. Engineering Officer (uncredited) Barbarella Pardo . Core extra (uncredited) Phil Parlapiano . Button Accordionist (uncredited) Judy Prestininzi . Praying Woman (uncredited) Steven Quale . Engine Room Worker (uncredited) Chuck Riley . Narrator of Theatrical Trailer (voice) (uncredited) Olivia Rosewood . Mary Titanic cast (uncredited) John Simmit .

Ship Crewman (uncredited) John Currie Slade . Ohio Man (uncredited) Stephen Wolfe Smith . 1st Class Dining Room Steward (uncredited) Shawn Stevens . Deckhand / Well Wisher (uncredited) Tasha Sulkowska . Extra (uncredited) Pia Thrasher . First Class Passenger (uncredited) Michael J. Tomaso . E-Deck Passenger (uncredited) R. Gern Trowbridge . Drowning Man (uncredited) Stephen Twigger . Steerage Band Member (uncredited) Miguel Angel Varela Fimbres . 3rd Class Youngster Without Lifesaver Jacket (uncredited) Daniel Vasic .

Sailor (uncredited) Francisco Váldez . Man Being Combed for Lice (uncredited) Stephen Wehmeyer . Steerage Band Member (uncredited) Peter John White . Third Officer Groves (Californian) (uncredited) Lucie Zolcerova . Kissing Couple (uncredited) Titanic cast by James Cameron .

producer (produced by) Pamela Easley . associate producer (as Pamela Easley Harris) Al Giddings . co-producer Grant Hill . co-producer Jon Landau . producer (produced by) Titanic cast Mann .

co-producer Rae Sanchini . executive producer Music by James Horner Cinematography by Russell Carpenter . director of photography Film Editing by Titanic cast Buff IV . (as Conrad Buff) James Cameron Richard A. Harris Casting By Mali Finn Production Design by Peter Lamont Art Direction by Martin Laing Charles Dwight Lee .

supervising art director (as Charles Lee) Set Decoration by Michael Ford Costume Design by Deborah Lynn Scott Makeup Department Isabel Amezcua . assistant hair stylist Deborah Ball . crowd hair supervisor Laura Borselli . key makeup artist: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Laura Borzelli) Anita Brabec .

additional makeup artist Greg Cannom . special effects makeup: Old Rose Raul Covarrubias . assistant hair stylist Georgia Dunn . assistant hair stylist Polly Earnshaw . makeup artist Tina Earnshaw . key makeup artist Humberto Escamilla . additional makeup artist Kay Georgiou . key hair stylist Mel Gibson . additional makeup artist Betty Glasow .

hair stylist Jon Henry Gordon . hair stylist Debbie Gower . additional makeup artist Sian Grigg . makeup artist (as Sian Griegg) Michael Gutierrez . assistant hair stylist Esperanza Gómez . assistant hair stylist Luis Horcacitas . assistant hair stylist Carlos Horcasitas . assistant hair stylist Laurel Kelly . assistant hair stylist Rebecca Lafford .

makeup artist Christine Leaustic . assistant hair stylist Catherine Leblanc . assistant hair stylist Vincenzo Mastrantonio . makeup artist (as Enzo Mastrantonio) Lisa McDevitt . makeup artist Thelma Miller . crowd hair supervisor Michael Mosher .

makeup artist Teresa Patterson . additional makeup artist Giulio Pezza . makeup artist Guadalupe Pérez . additional makeup artist titanic cast Guadalupe Perez P.) Guadalupe Ramirez . assistant hair stylist Martha Ramos . assistant hair stylist Toni Riki . additional makeup artist Diyan Rodgers . additional makeup artist (as Diyan Rogers) Raúl Sarmiento . additional makeup artist (as Raul Sarmiento Pina) Zoe Tahir .

hair stylist Simon Thompson . key hair stylist Annie Townsend . key hair stylist: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Ann Townsend) Elaine Dill . hair stylist (uncredited) Melinda Dunn . assistant hair stylist (uncredited) Erwin H. Kupitz . wig maker: Billy Zane (uncredited) Paula Le Mieux . assistant makeup artist (uncredited) Susan Nealon . hair stylist (uncredited) Brian Pierson . special makeup effects artist (uncredited) Crystal Wells .

assistant hair stylist (uncredited) Production Management Dana Belcastro . production supervisor: Titanic cast tank shoot Kevin de la Noy . unit manager (as Kevin DeLaNoy) Lisa Dennis . post-production supervisor (as Lisa Ann Dennis) Grant Hill . unit production manager Mark Indig . assistant unit production manager Jon Landau . unit production manager Michael Levine . additional production supervisor Sharon Mann . unit production manager Giedra Rackauskas . production supervisor (as Gig Rackauskas) Marcio Rosario .

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production assistant Anna Roth . unit production manager Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Brian Backman . trainee assistant director: Canada T.C. Badalato . additional assistant director Kathleen 'Bo' Bobak . assistant second assistant director / second assistant director Craig Cameron . third assistant director: Halifax contemporary shoot Giselle Gurza . third assistant director A. Hugo Gutierrez Cuellar .

second second assistant director Jacinta Hayne . key second assistant director Mandy Ketcheson . second second assistant director: Halifax contemporary shoot Josh McLaglen .

first assistant director Toby Pease . additional first assistant director Steven Quale . second unit director Kristie Sills . second assistant director: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Kristy Sills) Batan Silva . second assistant director (as Sebastian Silva) Joaquin Silva . second assistant director Jonathan Southard . first assistant director: second unit Derek Filiatrault . trainee assistant director (uncredited) Art Department Florentino Aguilar .

construction group head Luis Altamirano . construction group head Doreen Austria . graphic designer Roger Beaudoin . steel fabrication supervisor Rufus Best . assistant construction titanic cast Graham Blinco . construction foreman: Halifax contemporary shoot / stagehand (as Graham John Blinco) Pierre Bohanna . head of department prop maker Stephen Bourgeois . welding foreman Lewis Bowen . scenic foreman (as Louis Bowen) Vinnie Bowen .

construction foreman Daniel R. Bradette . property master: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Daniel Bradette) John Bratton .

set dresser Chris Brown . construction supervisor John Brown . leadman: Halifax contemporary shoot Lloyd Burke Jr. . welding foreman Marco Carranza . drapes assistant Eugenio Casta . junior titanic cast designer Lucia Castaneda . construction office coordinator Gustavo Castellanos . props assistant Marienus Cetani Sr. . lead scenic (as M. Dominic Cetani) Marcus Cetani .

scenic foreman John B. Clarey III . steel fabrication supervisor (as J. Barney Clarey) Laureen Clarke . construction office coordinator (as Laureen A. Clarke) Dave Coldham . head plasterer (as David Coldham) Carlos Colina . welding foreman Harvey T. Collins . construction buyer William Les Collins . construction coordinator (as W. Les Collins) Thom Colwell . art department supervisor Derek Creedon . supervising storekeeper Derek Dawson . construction supervisor Salvador De Gante .

construction group head James N. Delaplane . scenic foreman (as James Delaplane) Rodney Delaplane . scenic titanic cast Peter Duffy . welding foreman (as Peter D. Duffy) Bob Eames . construction foreman: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Robert Eames) Enrique Estévez . assistant set dresser (as Enrique Estevez) Bernard Faye . key scenic: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Brenard Faye) Elizabeth K. Fisher . scenic foreman (as Elizabeth Fisher) T. Kevin Fisher . assistant construction coordinator John Foster .

general foreman escondido tank shoot Peter Francis . set designer Annie Fuller . assistant props: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Ann Fuller) Sergio Fuentes Garcia .

construction group head Francisco García . junior set designer (as Francisco Garcia) Antonio Godínez . props assistant Luisa Gomez de Silva . assistant art department coordinator (as Luisa Gomez Titanic cast Silva) David Gomez Frias . construction group head Felix Manuel Perez Gonzalez . construction group head (as Felix Perez) José González . scenic foreman (as Jose Gonzales) Tony Graysmark .

construction coordinator Randal R. Groves . construction foreman (as Randall Groves) Martin Gutierrez . props assistant Jim Hanson . construction foreman Jeremy Harford . construction gang boss Charlotte Harper . art department coordinator: Halifax contemporary shoot Paul J. Hayes . assistant construction coordinator (as Paul Hayes) Steve Hedinger . signwriter Gary Ixer . floor propman Jose Jimenez . scenic artist assistant Lynn A. Johanson . scenic foreman (as Lynn Johanson) Cheryl L.

Johnson . lead scenic (as Cheryl Johnson) Robin Jones . construction gang boss Carl Keller . scenic foreman Philip Keller . storyboard artist (as Phil Keller) Martin Kingsley . supervising dress propman (as Martin G. Kingsley) John Kirsop . construction supervisor Danny Kiser . construction gang boss Hilary Klym .

set builder Jesús Labastida . construction group head (as Jesus Labastida) Robert W. Laing . additional art director (as Bob Laing) Neil Lamont . additional art director Steven Lawrence . titanic cast art director (as Steve Lawrence) Alvin Licoan . welder Joseph Livolsi . welder (as Joe Livolsi) Margarito López . construction group head (as Margarito Lopez) Scott MacFarlane . construction coordinator: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Scott McFarlane) Patrick H.

Malisauskas . welding foreman Mark A. Mancinelli . plaster foreman James Marks . steel rigger gang boss Ramiro Martinez Landeros .

props assistant (as Ramiro Martinez L.) Francisco Martinez Rivera . construction group head Dominic Masters . set designer Antonio Mata . propmaster Ian C. McArthur . welder Marilyn McAvoy .

stand-by painter Mark McCarthy . construction foreman Federico Medina . construction group head Arturo Mendez . head signwriter Carlos Mendez . construction group head David Mosall . construction gang boss (as Dave Mosall) Cleo Nethersole .

drapes master Rick Newsome . storyboard artist Marco Niro . set designer Ricardo Nájera . construction group head (as Ricardo Najera) Manuel Ordaz López . titanic cast assistant (as Manuel Ordaz) Jesus Osorio . drapes assistant Ricardo Osorio .

drapes assistant Andrew Palmer . chargehand propman (as Andy Palmer) John Titanic cast . supervising dress propman Richard Pecora . welding foreman Tim Perovich . assistant props: Insert Unit Mark Petrak . assistant construction coordinator Miguel Pineda . construction buyer Moises Pineda . production buyer Pierrette Pretty . art department assistant: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Pierette Pretty) Genessa Goldsmith Proctor . lead scenic Gabriel Pérez .

construction buyer Eric Ramsey . storyboard artist Bill Rea . art director: Escondido tank shoot Richard Roberts . assistant set decorator Rafael Rodrigues Palacios . construction group head David Romero . welder Héctor Romero . assistant art director (as Hector Romero) Claude Roussel . set decorator: Halifax contemporary shoot Ali Rubenstein .

set decorator: Halifax contemporary shoot Amanda Sallybanks . art department coordinator Steven Sallybanks . scenic artist (as Steve Sallybanks) Andrés Santana . props assistant (as Andres Santana) Gerald Scaife . construction estimator John Eric Seay . welding foreman Sasha Sergejewski . assistant props: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Sasha Sergetewski) Rosalind Shingleton . assistant set decorator Jason Shurko . set decorator: Halifax contemporary shoot David Sutherland . co-head carpenter: Halifax Jaime Sánchez .

construction group head Paul Taggart . supervising plasterer Mario Torres . props assistant Daniel Walker . scenic foreman Michael Weaver . painter David Wescott . lead scenic interiors Barry Wilkinson .

propmaster Ben Wilkinson . floor propman Jamie Wilkinson . chargehand propman Simon Wilkinson . supervising floor propman Peter Williams . construction foreman: Halifax contemporary shoot Adrian Zamudio .

props assistant Andrew Ackland-Snow . art direction: ship exterior (uncredited) Clark Acton . model maker (uncredited) Carlos Benassini . set designer (uncredited) Jon Billington . set designer (uncredited) Aprile Lanza Boettcher . scenic titanic cast (uncredited) Shane Buckallew . plasterer (uncredited) Joseph Titanic cast . gang boss (uncredited) James Cameron . artist: Jack's sketches (uncredited) Ken Chocolate .

set dresser (uncredited) John B. Clarey III . steel superintendent (uncredited) Dean Coldham . supervising plasterer (uncredited) Sandi Cook . assistant art director (uncredited) Pia Corti . assistant plasterer (uncredited) Craig T. Currie . model titanic cast (uncredited) Spencer Graham Davis . model builder (uncredited) Juan Manuel de la Fuente . props (uncredited) Alicia Del Valle . assistant plasterer (uncredited) Sally Dray .

fine art painter (uncredited) Alisarine Ducolomb . art department coordinator (uncredited) Fred Evans . sculptor (uncredited) Mark Fenlason . leadman titanic cast / rigging props (uncredited) John Ferrari . modelmaker (uncredited) Giancarlo Sye Garcia .

comp artist (uncredited) Robert L. Girard . construction foreman (uncredited) Bill Hay . model maker (uncredited) Richard E. Kruder . tool crib titanic cast boss (uncredited) Thomas W. Lay Jr. . production illustrator (uncredited) Deborah Marsh . construction auditor (uncredited) Juan Martínez Huerta . carpenter (uncredited) Ronald W.

Mathews . props (uncredited) Rick McLean . miniature model painter (uncredited) Doug J. Meerdink . set designer (uncredited) Dhmhtrios Michalakopoulos .

carpenter (uncredited) Javier Nava . set designer (uncredited) David Pirinelli . set dresser (uncredited) William A. Purcell . art department research (uncredited) Eric Rosenberg . graphic artist (uncredited) Jorge Sainz . set designer (uncredited) Gordon Sangster .

lead carpenter: Halifax (uncredited) Christian Scheurer . conceptual artist (uncredited) Valerie Aikman Smith . food stylist (uncredited) Emerson Stitt . modelmaker (uncredited) Adrian Velazquez . digital photo compositor (uncredited) Curt B. Walheim . modelmaker (uncredited) Sound Department Tony Anscombe .

adr mixer John H. Arrufat . dialogue editor (as J.H. Arrufat) Michael Axinn . assistant sound editor Christopher Barron . machine room operator Brendan Beebe . audio systems operator Jessica Bellfort . assistant sound editor Tom Bellfort . supervising sound editor Beau Borders . assistant sound editor Christopher Boyes . re-recording mixer: movie, 6.1-channel remix and deleted scenes / sound designer Thomas Brandau .

Additional sound mixer Joan Chamberlain . sound recordist Richard Corwin . adr editor (as Richard G. Corwin) Scott Curtis . foley editor Donavan Dear . boom operator Dean Drabin . adr mixer Sean England . mix titanic cast Tammy Fearing . foley editor Harriet Fidlow . adr editor (as Harriet Fidlow Winn) Sue Fox . adr editor (as Suzanne Fox) Douglas Ganton . sound mixer: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Doug Ganton) Jonathan Greber . digital audio transfer Scott Guitteau .

sound effects editor Ann Hadsell . sound recordist Marni L. Hammett . transfer supervisor Robin Harlan . foley artist Lora Hirschberg . re-recording mixer: movie and deleted scenes David L. Horton Jr. . foley editor (as Dave Horton Jr.) David C.

Hughes . sound effects editor: deleted scenes (as David Hughes) Tom Johnson . re-recording mixer David Kelson . additional sound mixer Scott Koué . supervising assistant sound editor Lee Lemont . adr editor Scott Levy . re-recordist Cindy Marty . adr editor Darren McQuade . sound recordist Shannon Mills . assistant sound designer Sarah Monat .

foley artist Al Nelson . re-recordist Jon Null titanic cast. supervising assistant titanic cast editor / supervising sound editor: 6.1-channel remix Titanic cast Osburn . second boom operator (as Jimmy Osburn) Mark Pendergraft . re-recordist Richard Quinn . dialogue editor / supervising assistant: deleted scenes (as Rich Quinn) Michael Rivo . digital audio transfer Gary A.

Rizzo . mix technician Steve Romanko . machine room operator Ronald G. Roumas . re-recordist (as Ronald C. Roumas) Brian Ruberg . adr mixer Gary Rydstrom . re-recording mixer: effects Claire Sanfilippo . dialogue editor Christopher Scarabosio . sound effects editor Jurgen Scharpf .

titanic cast

mix technician: movie, 6.1-channel remix and deleted scenes Dee Selby . digital audio transfer Tony Sereno . mix technician Randy Singer .

foley mixer: Paramount (as Randy K. Singer) Thomas W. Small . supervising foley editor (as Thomas Small) Kent Sparling . mix technician Cary Stratton .

sound recordist Gary Summers . re-recording mixer: music John Torrijos . video services (as John "JT" Torrijos) Reynald Trudel . boom operator: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Reynald Trudell) David E. Turner . machine room operator (as David Turner) Mark Ulano . sound mixer Ethan Van der Ryn . sound effects editor (as Ethan Van Der Ryn) Christian von Burkleo . video services (as Christian Von Burkleo) Hugh Waddell . supervising adr editor Mary Works . assistant sound editor Gwendolyn Yates Whittle .

dialogue editor David Abrahamsen . sound (uncredited) Christian Boatsman . digital sound technician (uncredited) Christopher Boyes . supervising sound editor (uncredited) Bob Edwards . re-recording mixer: music (uncredited) Tim Gorman . musician: synthesizer (uncredited) Catherine Harper .

foley artist (uncredited) Adam Jenkins . sound mixer (uncredited) Mike Lane . client services (uncredited) Patrushkha Mierzwa .

additional sound utility (uncredited) Shannon Mills . sound effects editor (uncredited) / sound supervisor: deleted scenes (uncredited) Magic A. Moreno . Mag and Optical Transfer Engineer (uncredited) Santiago Núñez . cable person (uncredited) Gary Rydstrom . sound designer (uncredited) Jessica B.

Schultz . sound mixer: additional photography (uncredited) John Soukup . sound transfer (uncredited) Kent Sparling . assistant re-recording mixer (uncredited) Gwendolyn Yates Whittle . adr editor (uncredited) Special Effects by Luis Eduardo Ambriz Martinez . special effects technician (as Luis Eduardo Ambriz) Paula D. Fisher . special effects administrator (as Paula Fisher) Scott R.

Fisher . special effects coordinator (as Scott Fisher) Thomas L. Fisher . special effects Neil Garland . special effects technician Sergio Jara Jr. . special effects technician Sergio Jara . special effects foreman (as Sergio Jara Sr.) Tony Kenny . special effects Jay King . special effects foreman (as Jay B. King) William McPhail . floor supervisor Andrew Miller . special effects rigging foreman (as Andrew Jesse Miller) Donald Pennington . special effects supervisor Nick Plantico .

special effects Victor Ramirez . special effects technician Tom Seymour . special effects crew Robert L. Slater . special effects technician (as Robert Slater) Robert Earl Townsend .

special effects technician Steve Townsend . special effects technician (as Steven Curtis Townsend) James S. Trois . special effects Roland Blancaflor . special effects: Cannom Creations (uncredited) Tony Bohorquez . lead model builder (uncredited) Noel Brevick . special effects crew (uncredited) Robert Brown . special effects technician (uncredited) Shea Clayton . special effects technician (uncredited) Dan Colegrove . special effects technician (uncredited) Robert DeVine . special effects (uncredited) Chad Fehmie .

model maker and bronze casting (uncredited) Mark Fenlason . special effects crew (uncredited) David Titanic cast. Goodman . special effects crew (uncredited) Royce Hager . mechanical effects (uncredited) Clark James . miniatures fabricator (uncredited) D.W. Kann . miniature crew (uncredited) Crit Killen . minatures (uncredited) Robert W. King . special effects (uncredited) Terry W. King . special effects technician (uncredited) Ian C.

McArthur . special effects technician (uncredited) Alan McFarland . titanic cast lighting (uncredited) Chris Nelson . special effects technician (uncredited) Lori Piekarski . sculptor: model maker (uncredited) Michael Rifkin . mechanical special effects (uncredited) Eric Roberts .

special effects (uncredited) Paul Stec . model unit art director (uncredited) Graham Tuck . special effects (uncredited) Curt B. Titanic cast . special effects (uncredited) George Zamora . special effects technician (uncredited) Titanic cast Effects by Frank Aalbers .

digital ship artist: Digital Domain Victor Abbene . chief lighting technician: visual effects and additional photography, Digital Domain Nada Abdou . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Mimi Abers .

digital compositor: Digital Domain Milton Adamou . stereoscopic post executive (3D version 2012) Hunny Agarwal titanic cast. stereo roto artist (3D version 2012) Jon Aghassian . character integration artist: Digital Domain Robin Akin .

digital animator: Digital Domain (as Robin Finn) Dhanesh Alai . compositor: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Anjel Alcaraz . depth artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Steve Alegria . stereoscopic roto artist (3D version 2012) Jon Alexander .

digital effects compositing supervisor: ILM Scott Alexander . model builder: lifeboats/large scale sinking miniatures Tim Alexander . digital effects artist: ILM Eric Algren . visual effects art department production assistant David V. Anderson . stereo paint artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Tony Anderson .

motion control gaffer: Digital Domain Fatima Anes . stereo paint artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Dwight Angelito . senior stereoscopic artist: StereoD (3D version 2012) Jonathan Titanic cast . pipeline developer: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Bernd Angerer .

character animator: Digital Domain Yoichiro Aoki . stereographer: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Nathan Arbuthnott . special effects technician: Digital Domain Taylor Armstrong . compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Creighton Ashton . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Hunter Athey . digital artist: VIFX Frank Ayre . model builder: lifeboats/large scale sinking miniatures Paul A. Baccam .

stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Michael Backauskas . visual effects editor: Digital Domain Jeffrey Edward Baksinski . character integration artist: Digital Domain (as Jeff Basinski) Jarret Ballard . stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) K.C. Barnes . stereoscopic lead: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Shawn Barnett . senior visual effects compositor (3D version 2012) Craig Barron . visual effects supervisor: Matte World Digital Michael Baula .

stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Glen Baumbach . assistant visual effects editor Peter Baustaedter . digital matte painter: Digital Domain Mat Beck . visual effects supervisor: Light Matters Thad Beier . visual effects: Hammerhead Productions Miles Bellas . digital artist Paul Benabente . digital compositor (3D version 2012) Dennis Bennett .

digital artist: VIFX Brian N. Bentley . stereo compositor (3D version 2012) / stereo paint artist (3D version 2012) Lee Berger . model shoot producer: VIFX Maxime Besner . stereo compositor (3D version 2012) Khandu Bidkar .

compositor: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Abo Biglarpour . lead stereoscopic compositor: Bit Theory, Inc. (3D version 2012) Bill Black . visual effects editor: 4-Ward Productions Edward Blackford . stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) David Bleich . digital paraphernalia artist: Digital Domain Ian Blewitt . compositor (3D version 2012) / stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Mike Bodkin . executive producer: Stereo D (2012 3D version) Scott Bogunia . Inferno artist: VIFX Allen L.

Bolden . stereo compositing supervisor: Bit Theory (3D version 2012) Jason Bomstein . stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Bruce Borowy . stereoscopic rotoscope artist (3D version 2012) Michael Brako . stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Erik Bratlien . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Robyn Breen .

assistant visual effects coordinator Milady Bridges . visual effects artist (3D version 2012) Kyle Patrick Brown . compositor (3D version 2012) Mark Brown . digital stunt sequence supervisor: Digital Domain Mark A. Brown . chief technologist: VIFX Mike Brumit . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) John Bruno .

visual effects consultant C. Mitchell Bryan . model builder: lifeboats/large scale sinking miniatures (as Mitch Bryan) Michael Buck . stereoscopic editor (3D version 2012) Cheryl Budgett . CG supervisor: VIFX Sonja Burchard . digital compositor: Digital Domain Matt Burek . stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Cathy Burrow .

rotoscope artist: ILM titanic cast Cathy M. Burrow) Andre Bustanoby . motion capture supervisor: Digital Domain Larry Butcher . digital compositor: Digital Domain Donald S. Butler . digital effects artist: ILM Matthew E. Butler . data integration supervisor: Digital Domain (as Matthew 'Teal' Butler) Daniela Cabrera . stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Kirk Cadrette .

computer animator: POP Film D. Walt Cameron . Inferno artist: VIFX (as Walt Cameron) Jodi Campanaro . compositor: Light Matters Caitlin Campbell . stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) Casey Cannon . visual effects producer: BFTRE Curtis Carlson . lead stereo compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Tasha Carlson .

stereo depth artist (3D version 2012) Bryan H. Carroll . visual effects editor (as Bryan Carroll) Jeremy P. Carroll . junior lead stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Dave Carson . visual effects supervisor: ILM Jason Casas .

stereoscopic rotoscope artist (3D version 2012) Mike Castillo . digital artist: Cinesite Monica L. Castro . stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Camille Cellucci . visual effects producer Gabriel D. Titanic cast . depth artist: Stereo D (as Gabe Cervantes) (3D version 2012) Alan Chan . digital ship artist: Digital Domain Jim Chizmar . visual effects key grip Changwon Choi . stereoscopic I/O manager: Venture 3D (3D version 2012) Bradley Chowning .

stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) Graham D. Clark . head of stereography: Stereo D (as Graham Clark) (3D version 2012) Jimi Clark . stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Miles Clayton . model builder: lifeboats/large scale sinking miniatures Todd Cogan . stereoscopic executive producer: Venture 3D (3D version 2012) Chad E. Collier .

scanning and recording operator: Digital Domain Tanya Collins . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Rafael Colon . digital artist: VIFX Mary-Margaret Conley . data i/o administrator (3D version 2012) Tim 'Timco' Conway . motion control operator: Digital Domain (as Tim Conway) James Cook . rigging supervisor: 4-Ward Productions Matt Cordero . depth artist (3D version 2012) Chris Cortese . character texture painter: Digital Domain Filippo Costanzo . digital paraphernalia artist: Digital Domain (as Fillipo Constanzo) Trea Cotton .

stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) John Michael Courte . digital titanic cast artist: Digital Domain (as John Courte) Stéphane Couture .

character animator: Digital Domain (as Stephane Couture) David Cowles . stereoscopic editor (3D version 2012) Joyce Cox . visual effects producer: VIFX (as Joyce Weisiger) William J. Cox . stereoscopic conversion: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Jon Craig . model builder: lifeboats/large scale sinking miniatures David Crawford .

digital compositor: POP Film Judith Crow . digital effects supervisor: Digital Domain Geoffrey Crowell . stereoscopic rotoscope artist: Dzignlight Studios (3D version 2012) Andrea D'Amico .

visual effects producer: POP Film Carolyn Daley . model maker: Digital Domain Charles Darby . digital matte painter: Digital Domain Jim Davidson . model maker: 4-Ward Productions James Davis Jr.

. stereo conversion artist (3D version 2012) C. Marie Davis . visual effects executive producer: CIS Dennis Davis . digital compositor: Digital Domain Jayson Davis . stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Mark A. Davis . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Chris Dawson .

motion control camera operator Francisco De Jesus . digital paraphernalia artist: Digital Domain (as Francisco Dejesus) Josh Deason . stereoscopic compositor: stereoscopic conversion Rachel Pieper Decker . data administrator (as Rachel Decker) (3D version 2012) Chris Del Conte .

digital visual effects coordinator: Cinesite Martine DeLage . character animator: Digital Domain (as Martine Delage) Aaron Dem . digital visual effects producer: Cinesite Krystyna Demkowicz titanic cast. visual effects producer: Matte World Digital Karl Denham . digital ship artist: Digital Titanic cast Patrick Denver .

model maker foreman: VIFX Eric Deren . head of studio: Dzignlight Studios (3D version 2012) Mark DeSousa . 3D tracking: VIFX (as Mark de Sousa) Sudheer Devadiga . compositor: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Jamie Dixon . visual effects: Hammerhead Productions Kimberly Spear Dixon . production assistant: Cinesite (as Kimberly Spear) Gus Djuro .

senior stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Jeff Doran . digital effects artist: ILM Scott Douglas . assistant stereoscopic editor (3D version 2012) Crystal Dowd . visual effects producer: Digital Domain John J. Downey . special effects technician: Digital Domain (as John Downey) Kathy Draper . production coordinator: 4-Ward Productions Hank Driskill .

digital ocean software: Digital Domain David Drzewiecki . visual effects director of photography: VIFX (as Dave Drzewiecki) Joe Dubs . digital artist: Cinesite (as Joe Dubbs) Rick Dunn . lead compositor: Digital Domain Gus Duron . film coordinator: VIFX Timothy Eaton .

visual effects editor: ILM (as Tim Eaton) Elaine Edford . executive producer: 4-Ward Titanic cast Michael Edland . character integration artist: Digital Domain (as Mike Edland) Jonathan Egstad . digital compositor: Digital Domain Leslie Ekker . model supervisor: Digital Domain Gregory Elwood . digital artist: VIFX (as Gregory Ellwood) Greg Emerson . supervising stereoscopic editor (3D version 2012) Melissa Glaser Engleman .

digital effects coordinator: Digital Domain (as Titanic cast Darby) John Erik Englund . software engineer: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Neil Esoy . stereoscopic compositor titanic cast version 2012) Bryan T. Evans . matchmove artist (3D version 2012) Christopher Evans . chief digital matte artist: Matte World Digital (as Chris Evans) Michael Everett . gaffer: VIFX Sean Andrew Faden . data integration digital artist: Digital Domain (as Sean Faden) Brian Fanska .

stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Bill Feightner . technical supervisor: CIS Hollywood Ed Felix . physical effects coordinator: VIFX Mark Felt . lead Inferno artist: VIFX Bob Fernley . digital imaging supervisor: Cinesite Judith Ferrer . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Jerod Finn .

stereoscopic roto lead (3D version 2012) Kelly Fischer . digital artist: VIFX Megan Flood . visual effects (3D version 2012) Lucio I. Flores . digital ocean software: Digital Domain (as Lucio Flores) Rachel Fondiller .

assistant production coordinator: Digital Domain Ashley Forbito . stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Mark O. Forker . digital compositing supervisor: Digital Domain (as Mark Forker) Gordon Forkert . lead model maker: Digital Domain Dan Foster . visual effects production manager: VIFX Crystal Foth . visual effects coordinator: BFTRE Emily Francione . stereoscopic roto lead (3D version 2012) Mark Franco .

visual effects executive producer: Rainmaker Digital Michael J. Frick titanic cast. rotoscope artist: Digital Domain (as Mike Frick) Jammie Friday .

MIR sequence compositing supervisor: Digital Domain (as Jamie Friday) Bob Froehlig . systems manager: VIFX Jorge Fuentes . shop supervisor: 4-Ward Productions Giancarlo Ganziano .

Avid support: VIFX (as Gian Ganziano) Adam Garnier . stereo compositor (3D version 2012) Gonzalo Garramuno . character animator: Digital Domain Jason Gaudio . assistant visual effects editor Bryan Gauna . head of technology (3D version 2012) Joan Gauna . pipeline developer (3D version 2012) Gloria Geary .

digital artist: VIFX (as Gloria J. Geary) Geoff Geis . stereo artist (3D version 2012) Erick Geisler . motion capture clean-up Jennifer German . digital compositor: POP Film John Gibson . digital ocean artist: Digital Domain Matthew E. Gill . stereoscopic rotoscope artist: Stereo Titanic cast (3D version 2012) Tom Gleason .

model builder: lifeboats/large scale sinking miniatures Clarke Godwin . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Susan Goldsmith .

rotoscope artist: ILM Joseph Goldstone . scanning and recording: Titanic cast Domain Rishabh Gondane . compositor: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Pavan Gorle . compositor: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Cody Graham . stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Caroleen Green titanic cast. digital matte artist: Matte World Bryan Greenberg . camera operator: 4-Ward Productions Bryan Grill . lead compositor: Digital Domain Abra Grupp . digital compositor: Cinesite Roopesh Gujar .

visual effects producer: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Ashok Gunjal . compositor: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) David Gutman . digital artist: VIFX Joe Hagg . 3D Executive (3D 2012 release) Nick Haines titanic cast. visual effects artist (3D version 2012) Cynthia Halliburton . coordinator: Digital Domain Craig Halperin . digital compositor: Digital Domain Katie Hamberger . stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Craig Hammack . digital effects artist: ILM Josh Handley .

stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) David Hanks . digital effects matchmover: ILM Derek Hanson . stereo compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Reginald Harber Jr.

. stereoscopic lead: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Aisling Harbert-Phillips . stereo artist (as Aisling Harbert) (3D version 2012) Kyle Hardin . stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) Nina Harlan . compositor (as Nina Yoon) (3D version 2012) Howard Harnett . stage technician: 4-Ward Productions Monica Harrion . stereoscopic roto artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Jordan B. Harris . digital artist: BFTRE (as Jordan Harris) John Hart .

character texture painter: Digital Domain Simon Haslett . lead compositor: Digital Domain Don Hastings . special effects technician: Digital Domain Mike F.

Hedayati . stereoscopic supervisor (3D version 2012) John Heller . Inferno artist: VIFX Claas Henke . key compositor: Digital Domain Nicole Herr . digital compositor: Cinesite Jordan Heskett . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) / stereoscopic painter (3D version 2012) Jeff Heusser . digital compositing titanic cast CIS Hollywood John Higbie .

visual effects electronics Matt 'Chief' Hightower . CG technical supervisor: POP Film (as Matt Hightower) Brian Holden . composite artist: BFTRE Michael Holdridge . model builder: lifeboats/large scale sinking miniatures (as Mike Holdridge) Richard E. Hollander . visual effects supervisor: VIFX (as Richard Hollander) Christopher Holsey . scanning and recording: Digital Domain Chris Holt . associate visual effects producer: Light Matters Uel Hormann . digital artist: VIFX Christopher Horvath .

digital compositor: Matte World Digital Darren Horwege . production assistant: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Adam Howard . digital compositing supervisor: POP Film Chris Howard . Inferno artist: VIFX Jen Howard . digital artist: VIFX (as Jennifer Howard) Pavel Hristov . stereo effects compositor (3D version 2012) Katherine Hupp .

stereoscopic roto artist Sean Hyunin Lee . Inferno artist: VIFX Nick Ilyin . 3D tracking: VIFX Mahesh Ingle . visual effects coordinator: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Hitoshi Inoue . visual effects editor: BFTRE Rusty Ippolito . titanic cast ship artist: Digital Domain Yukiko Ishiwata . composite artist: BFTRE David Isyomin . digital ocean artist: Digital Domain Kevin Ivey . second assistant cameraman: VIFX Christopher Ivins . titanic cast artist: VIFX Gary Jackemuk .

digital compositor: Digital Domain Evan Jacobs . miniatures: Vision Crew Unlimited Jason A. Jenkins . stereoscopic roto artist (3D version 2012) Kevan Jenson . video assist: VIFX (as Kevan Jensen) Heath Jepson .

visual effects artist (3D version 2012) Hilery Johnson . digital artist: Cinesite JoAnna Johnson . stereoscopic artist: StereoD (3D version 2012) Paul D. Johnson . motion control operator: VIFX (as Paul Johnson) Tim Johnson . visual effects coordinator (3D version 2012) Andrew R. Jones . digital stunt sequence supervisor: Digital Domain Jeremy Jones .

stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Katherine Renee Jones . lead stereoscopic compositor (as Katherine Rodtsbrooks) (3D version 2012) Ken Jones . visual effects supervisor: CIS Hollywood (as Dr.

Ken Jones) Rimas Juchnevicius . digital artist: VIFX Corey Just . stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) Vijay Kadapatti . stereo production coordinator (3D version 2012) Nikos Kalaitzidis . digital ocean artist: Digital Domain Jeffrey Kalmus . color grading supervisor: Digital Domain Michael Kanfer .

digital compositing supervisor: Digital Domain Alan Kapler . digital paraphernalia artist: Digital Domain Olya Karnes-Lotterhos . stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) Mark David Katchur . stage production manager: Digital Domain (as Mark Katchur) Prateek Kaushal . stereoscopic lead: Stereo Titanic cast (3D version 2012) Ryan Keely . stereo compositor (3D version 2012) Ian Kelly . stereoscopic roto artist (3D version 2012) Kolby Kember . rotoscope artist (3D version 2012) Tom Kennedy .

visual effects producer: ILM Simon D. Kern . lead stereoscopic artist (as Simon Domingo Kern) (3D version 2012) Nadav Kessous . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Richard Kidd . digital ocean supervisor: Digital Domain Mikella Kievman .

digital effects coordinator: Titanic cast Domain John Kilkenny . visual effects producer: Digital Domain Hong Kim . digital artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Ilene Kim . stereoscopic production coordinator: Venture 3D (3D version 2012) Yoonkwan Kim . pipeline developer (3D version 2012) Terry W. King . special effects technician: Digital Domain (as Terry King) Aaron Kirsch . first assistant camera: Digital Titanic cast Paul Kirwan .

digital compositor: Digital Domain (as Paul Kirwin) Karen Klein . rotoscope supervisor: Cinesite Terry Klopfenstein . stereo depth artist (3D version 2012) Mike Knox .

data i/o administrator (3D version 2012) Gerry Kodo . stereo titanic cast Stereo D (3D version 2012) Gene Kozicki . digital effects production manager: VIFX Zsolt Krajcsik .

digital ocean artist: Digital Domain Lauren Kramer . stereoscopic paint artist (3D version 2012) Marshall Richard Krasser . digital effects artist: ILM Nitesh Kumar . stereo roto artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Swati Kumbhar . compositor: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Markus Kurtz . digital paraphernalia artist: Digital Domain (as Marcus Kurtz) Michael La Fave . 3D tracking: VIFX (as Michael LaFave) Garrett Lam . digital artist: VIFX Mike Lamb .

digital rotoscoping: VIFX Travis Langley . technical operations: BFTRE Donna Langston . visual effects consultant Giancarlo Lari .

character animator: Digital Domain Mark A. Lasoff . digital effects supervisor: Digital Domain (as Mark Lasoff) Jennifer Law-Stump . digital effects artist: Pacific Title Digital Trevor J. Lawrence . rotoscope artist (3D version 2012) Hae-Jeon Lee . character animator: Digital Domain James Do Young Lee . digital artist: VIFX Kerry Lee . model crew: Digital Domain Sunny Lee . character animator: Digital Domain Robert Legato . senior visual effects supervisor Mary Leitz .

lead 2D compositor: VIFX Dan Lemmon . character integration artist: Digital Domain Andy Lesniak . digital ship artist: Digital Domain Michael Titanic cast . composite artist (3D version 2012) Candace Lewis .

Inferno artist: VIFX Mark Titanic cast Lewis . digital artist: Cinesite (as Mark Lewis) Erik Liles . compositor: Light Matters Van Ling . visual effects supervisor: BFTRE Bradford Lipson .

gaffer: special effects (as Brad Lipson) Lisardo Liriano . stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Kenneth Littleton . digital compositing supervisor: POP Film (as Ken Littleton) Dawn Llewellyn .

visual effects editor: CIS Hollywood Christine Lo . lead morph artist: Digital Domain Dave Lockwood . digital compositor: Digital Domain Daniel Loeb . character supervisor: Digital Domain Mary Loibl . visual effects coordinator Franklin Londin . digital paraphernalia artist: Digital Domain Jitendra Lonkar . visual effects coordinator: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Shawn Lopez .

stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) Liz Lord . digital artist: VIFX Treena Loria . digital compositor: Digital Domain Son Lu . stereoscopic lead (3D version 2012) Steven Luc .

stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) Scott Lukowski . model maker: Digital Domain Daniel Ma . motion capture animator: Digital Domain (as Dan Ma) Martha Snow Mack .

digital matte painter: Digital Domain (as Martha Mack) Arman Mafi . stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) Carson Majors . stereoscopic compositor / stereoscopic painter Yael Majors . stereoscopic compositor/painter (3D version 2012) David Maldonado .

stereoscopic artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Roy Vincent Mann titanic cast. stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Allyse Manoff . digital effects coordinator: Digital Domain Don Mariano . model maker: Digital Domain Rebecca Marie . visual effects: Hammerhead Productions Jose L. Marin . digital compositor Raymond Martinez III . rotoscope artist (3D version 2012) Marcel Martinez . digital compositor: Cinecite Dena Massenburg .

stereoscopic roto artist (3D version 2012) Steve Mate . visual effects editor: Cinesite Joe Matza . senior producer: CIS Hollywood Charlie May . video assist: VIFX Keith McCabe . digital artist: VIFX Don McCall . key grip: VIFX Kindra McCall . roto artist: stereoscopic conversion (3D version 2012) Brandon Jay McCartney .

stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Megan McCollum . stereo compositor (3D version 2012) / stereo paint artist (3D version 2012) Rob McCurdy . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Laura McDermott . digital effects coordinator: Digital Domain W.

Regan McGee . 2D animator Titanic cast McGill . motion control operator: VIFX David McMahon . digital compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Sean McPherson . lead 2D compositor: VIFX Charles Meredith . digital compositor: Digital Domain Hairol Mikelly . compositor: stereoscopic conversion (3D version 2012) David Miller III . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Douglas Miller . miniatures: Vision Crew Unlimited Glen David Miller .

digital artist Kenny Mirman . visual effects art director: Digital Domain (as Kenneth Mirman) Bekki Misiorowski . visual effects assistant accountant: Digital Domain Marcus Q. Mitchell . character integration software: Digital Domain (as Marcus Mitchell) Suzanne Mitus-Uribe . digital artist: CIS Hollywood Gary Molyneux .

visual effects grip Jack Mongovan . rotoscope lead artist: ILM Christopher Montesano . visual effects artist (as Chris Montesano) (3D version 2012) Steve R. Moore . visual effects editor Zeke Morales . film coordinator: Blue Sky/VIFX / visual effects editor: VIFX Abhishek More . visual effects producer: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Immanuel Morris .

stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) William Morrison . visual effects artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Danny Mudgett . digital artist: CIS Hollywood Karen M.

Murphy . digital effects producer: Digital Domain Michael Murphy . stereoscopic finaling supervisor (3D version 2012) Travis Murray . stereo compositor: Stereo D titanic cast version 2012) Ken Musgrave .

digital ocean software: Digital Domain Howie Muzika . lead rotoscope artist: Digital Domain Kathleen Myers . model builder: lifeboats/large scale sinking miniatures Emmi Nakagawa . stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Chris Nakayama . titanic cast builder: lifeboats/large scale sinking miniatures Farzad 'Fuzz' Namdjoo .

stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Mohan Narayanaswamy . quality manager (3D version 2012) Erik Nash . visual effects director of photography: Digital Domain Pete C. Newbauer . stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) Craig Newman . digital department manager: VIFX Luke Ng .

stereo compositor (3D version 2012) Tom Nicolai . model maker: Digital Domain Mansi Nirmal . compositor: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Mark Noel .

special effects coordinator: Digital Domain Gary Nolin . production manager: VIFX Ed Nottoli . motion control camera assistant: VIFX David Novak . key grip: Digital Domain Candida Nunez . data integration digital artist: Digital Domain Peter Nye . digital ship artist: Digital Domain Chris O'Connell . stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) Harry O'Connor . location manager: Digital Domain Mike O'Neal . data integration lead: Digital Domain Gregory Oehler .

digital artist: CIS Hollywood George Oliver . digital artist: Cinesite Jeff Olm . digital compositor: Digital Domain Shawna Olwen . character titanic cast Digital Domain Mark Oppenheimer . first assistant director: VIFX Jared Otake . digital compositor (3D version 2012) Aaron Parry .

visual effects executive producer (3D version 2012) Anthony Passaniti . stereo camera tracker (3D version 2012) Rocco Passionino . character integration artist: Digital Domain Demetrios Patsiaris . stereoscopic roto artist (3D version 2012) Edie Paul . visual effects: Hammerhead Productions Richard A. Payne . digital ship extension supervisor: Digital Domain (as Richard A. Payne Jr.) Christopher C. Pearson . assistant camera: VIFX (as Christopher Pearson) Bob Peishel . digital system coordinator: CIS Hollywood Lyndsey Pendley .

stereoscopic rotoscope artist (3D version 2012) Daniel Perez . stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) Eddie Perez . stereo compositor (3D version 2012) Cristin Pescosolido . digital compositor: Cinesite Josh Peterson . depth artist (3D version 2012) Price Pethel . compositing consultant: Digital Domain Perry Petrzilka . production assistant Brian Peyatt .

2D coordinator Ethan Phillips . visual effects CLT: VIFX Franco Pietrantonio . data integration digital artist: Titanic cast Domain Ezra Pike . stereo roto artist (3D version 2012) Alan Pilkington . model maker: Digital Domain Joshua Pines . scanning supervisor: ILM Cody Poag .

stereoscopic depth artist: 3D re-release Darren Poe . digital ocean artist: Digital Domain Lisa L. Pollaro . digital compositor: Cinesite (as Lisa Pollaro) Jason Pomerantz . production supervisor (3D version 2012) Corinne Pooler . digital artist: Cinesite (as Corrine Pooler) Jerry Pooler . digital visual effects supervisor: Cinesite Kelly Port . digital paraphernalia supervisor: Digital Domain Malachi Pound . production supervisor (3D version 2012) Alicia G.

Powers . production coordinator: VIFX (as Alicia Powers) Alan Precourt . digital technical assistant: Digital Domain David Prescott . digital paraphernalia artist: Digital Domain Brennan Prevatt . key compositor: Digital Domain (as Brent Prevatt) Lauren Prichard . assistant production coordinator: Digital Domain Derek N.

Prusak . stereoscopic editorial supervisor (3D version 2012) Michael Pugh . stereoscopic artist (3D titanic cast 2012) Ryan Purnell . depth artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Juan Carlos Quintana . senior stereoscopic compositor (3D Version 2012) Alex Sandor Rabb .

digital ocean artist: Digital Domain (as Sandor Rabb) Scott Rader . key compositor: Digital Domain Bill Radtke . stereoscopic production supervisor (3D version 2012) Brandon Ramos . Mechanical Effects Artist Jay Randall . character animator: Digital Domain Justin Ray . visual effects artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) William Reges .

stereoscopic artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Patrick Reilly . stereo compositor (3D version 2012) Linda Renaud . assistant visual effects editor: Digital Domain Shailesh Repale . compositor: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Jason Richardson . stereoscopic compositor titanic cast version 2012) Jim Rider . motion control operator: Digital Domain (as James Rider) Mike Rim . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Brian Ripley . lead model maker: Digital Domain Edwin Rivera .

CG supervisor: VIFX Eugene P. Rizzardi . model crew chief: Digital Domain (as Gene Rizzardi) Barry Robertson . CG technical supervisor: POP Film Doug Roble . motion editing and tracking software: Digital Domain Mike Roby . digital artist: VIFX Christopher Roda . character animator: Digital Domain (as Chris Roda) Arturo Rodriguez . stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) César Romero . inferno artist: VIFX (as Cesar Romero) Jennifer Aurora Ross . depth artist (as Gerard Retulla) (3D version 2012) Scott Ross .

general manager: Digital Domain Jim Rothrock . digital ocean software: Digital Domain Marc Rubone . digital artist: VIFX Marian Rudnyk . digital rotoscoping: VIFX Chris Ryan . lead Inferno artist: VIFX Scott Salsa . mechanical engineer: Digital Domain Dylan Sanchez . stereo paint artist: StereoD (3D version 2012) Steve J. Sanchez . 2D animator Rick Sander . digital artist: VIFX Mike Sanders . motion capture animator: Digital Domain (as Michael Sanders) / stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) German Sandoval .

stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Eric Sanford . lead stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) David Santiago . data integration lead: Digital Domain John E.

Sasaki . digital compositor: Digital Domain (as John Sasaki) Roger Sassen . gaffer: VIFX (as Roger Saasen) Vinod Sathe . stereo paint artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Andrea Scholer titanic cast. key compositor: Digital Domain (as Andrea Sholer) Jameson Schultz . lead stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Raymond R. Scott Jr. . stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Candice Scott .

digital compositor: POP Film Donovan Scott . digital compositor: Digital Domain Lisa Scott . digital effects coordinator: Digital Domain (as Lisa Harriman Scott) Marc Scott . digital compositor: Digital Domain David Serrano . stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Som Shankar .

computer animator: POP Film Stanislav Shapetskiy . stereo compositor (3D version 2012) Tom Shaughnessy . motion control camera assistant: VIFX Rishikesh Shelar . compositor: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Mark A.

Shelton . visual effects director of photography: 4-Ward Productions (as Mark Shelton) / visual effects producer: 4-Ward Productions (as Mark Shelton) Yeong Joo Shin . 3D project manager (3D version 2012) Toshi Shiozawa . digital ocean artist: Digital Domain Ron Shock . digital compositor: Digital Domain Brian Shows . vfx technical director Umesh Shukla .

character integration supervisor: Digital Domain Eric Sibley . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Cybele Sierra . digital artist: VIFX Marcus Silvera . stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) Fred Simon . visual effects Manvender Singh . compositor: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Rahul Singh . compositor: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Dennis Skotak . supervisor/director of photography: 4-Ward Productions Robert Skotak .

visual effects supervisor: 4-Ward Productions Jane Slater . script supervisor: VIFX Corey Smith . stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Heather Smith . associate visual effects producer: ILM Keith W. Smith . character animator: Digital Domain (as Keith Smith) Kenneth Smith . color timing supervisor: ILM Kurt E. Soderling . visual effects camera operator (as Kurt Soderling) Fumihiko Sori . character animator: Digital Domain Aliza Sorotzkin . character animator: Digital Domain (as Liza Sorotzkin) Frederic Soumagnas .

character integration artist: Digital Domain Lisa Spence . digital effects coordinator: Digital Domain (as Lisa Spence Lissak) Bill Spitzak . CG technical supervisor: Digital Domain Chris Springfield .

data integration lead: Digital Domain Stephen T. Spurlock . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Sean Stanek . assistant visual effects coordinator Dottie Starling . model maker: Digital Domain Colby Jene Stencel . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) David Alec Stern . digital compositor: Digital Domain (as David Stern) George Stevens . model crew chief: Digital Domain G. Allen Stewart . stereoscopic conversion artist (3D version 2012) Nicholas Stocker . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Colin Strause .

3D supervisor: Light Matters Greg Strause . compositing supervisor: Light Matters Daryll Strauss . character integration software: Digital Domain Kyle Strawitz . digital paraphernalia artist: Digital Domain David Sullivan . digital rotoscoping: VIFX Josh Swanson . compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Joe Takai .

production engineering supervisor / production software supervisor Ravindra Tamhankar . visual effects supervisor: Digikore VFX (3D version 2012) Jon Tanimoto . Inferno artist: VIFX Umesh Tavde . lead compositor: Digikore VFX (as Umesh Tawade) (3D version 2012) Andrew Taylor . digital artist: VIFX Beau Teora . visual effects artist (3D version 2012) Fred Tepper . digital ship model lead: Digital Domain Christopher Terry .

stereo compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Jim Thibo . motion control camera assistant: VIFX Cari Thomas . visual effects line producer: Digital Domain Neil Thompsett . stereoscopic paint artist (3D version 2012) Jim Thomson . Avid editor: VIFX Adam Thornberry . stereoscopic depth artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Susan Thurmond . visual effects production coordinator: Digital Domain Eric Timm .

stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Nick Tolve . digital compositor (3D version 2012) Blerime Topalli . visual effects coordinator Viviana Torrellas . stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) Antonio Torres . digital rotoscoping: VIFX Enrique Torres .

stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) Derick Tortorella . technical operations: BFTRE Khuong Tran . stereo compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Mark Victor Trappett . render technical assistant (3D version 2012) R. Gern Trowbridge . best boy electric: Digital Domain (as Robert 'Gern' Trowbridge) Lisa M. Tse . digital compositor: Cinesite (as Lisa Tse Dackermann) Aristomenis Tsirbas . digital artist Ervin Tuazon . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Melanie Rose Tucker .

compositor (3D version 2012) Zachary Tucker . data integration digital artist: Digital Domain (as Zack Tucker) Lisa Dawn Tynes . stereoscopic roto artist (as Lisa Dawn Rogolsky) (3D version 2012) James Valentine . digital artist: Cinesite Paul Van Camp . digital ocean artist: Digital Domain Ted Van Dorn . lead model maker: Digital Domain (as Ted Van Doorn) Sherin Titanic cast . stereoscopic lead: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Oscar Velasquez .

stereoscopic production coordinator (3D version 2012) Carey Villegas . night compositing supervisor: Digital Domain Christopher Walsh . character animator: Digital Domain (as Chris Walsh) Jon Warren . miniatures: Vision Crew Unlimited Jim Weisiger . visual effects director of photography: Blue Sky/VIFX Ray Welker . accountant: Digital Domain Diana Marie Wells . visual effects artist (3D version 2012) Byron Werner .

rotoscope artist: Digital Domain Brian Westgate . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) Michael Wheelwright . model builder: lifeboats/large scale sinking miniatures (as Mike Wheelwright) Jazmyn Whitman . stereoscopic compositor/painter: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Edson Williams . compositing supervisor: Light Matters Thomas Woessner . model maker: Digital Domain (as Tom Woessner) Jonathan Wood . digital artist: VIFX Dean Wright . visual effects production manager: Digital Domain Peter M.

Wu . stereoscopic depth artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) Keiji Yamaguchi . character animator: Digital Domain Robert Yamamoto . visual effects wrangler (as Rob Yamamoto) Marvin Yanez .

titanic cast

stereoscopic roto lead (3D version 2012) Tsz 'Gee' Yeung . digital artist: VIFX Gary Young . model builder: lifeboats/large scale sinking miniatures Tonia Young .

rotoscope artist: Digital Domain (as Tonia Young-Bilderbeck) Serkan Zelzele . digital artist: VIFX (as Serkan Zelezele) Lou Zutavern . pre-vis pred model: Titanic deep dive Lori Agostino . model maker (uncredited) Israel Alatorre . stereo artist (uncredited) Grant Anderson .

technical director (uncredited) Schuyler Anderson . stereoscopic depth artist (uncredited) Kenneth Au . digital compositor (uncredited) Johnathan R. Banta . digital artist (deleted scenes) (uncredited) Andy Barrios . rotoscope artist: Rainmaker Digital (uncredited) Mark Battle . stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Brian Begun . scanning and recording technician: POP Film (uncredited) Jeannie Ben-Hain .

stereoscopic compositor (uncredited) Grant Boucher . digital Titanic technical supervisor (uncredited) Shane Bouthillier .

stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Jason Bowers . stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Greg Bradner . systems (uncredited) Shawn Broes . visual effects editor (uncredited) Eric Lloyd Brown . model maker (uncredited) Jared Buford . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Marbella Calvillo . finaling lead: Stereo D (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Brian Carney . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Dave Chamberlain .

model maker: Smoking Room, Digital Domain (uncredited) Christopher Chinea . stereoscopic roto artist: Dzignlight Studios (uncredited) Daniel Chuba . Visual Effects Producer: Hammerhead Productions (uncredited) Anthony S. Ciccarelli . model maker (uncredited) Titanic cast Cimaglia . roto artist: stereoscopic conversion (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Patrick Clancey .

supervising compositor: The Post Group (uncredited) Thomas Clary . digital production manager: POP Film (uncredited) Grady Cofer . inferno artist (uncredited) Maurice Cox . stereoscopic artist (uncredited) Dario De Gregorio . visual effects coordinator (uncredited) Lisa de la Garza . visual effects senior staff: Digital Domain (uncredited) Julian de la Pena . electrician: visual effects lighting (uncredited) Christopher DeAngelis . visual effects editor: EFilm (uncredited) Paolo deGuzman .

digital rotoscope/textures: Digital Domain (uncredited) Val Dela Rosa . sr. systems administrator (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Valerie Delahaye titanic cast. 3D manager: Digital Domain (uncredited) Feliciano di Giorgio . digital artist: Digital Domain (uncredited) Jim DiNunzio . software engineer: Digital Domain (uncredited) Rose Dolfi .

assistant coordinator: Digital Domain (uncredited) / assistant production coordinator: Digital Domain (uncredited) Rene Dominguez . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Rob Doolittle . visual effects offline video editor (uncredited) Corey Drake . stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Colin Drobnis . digital compositor (uncredited) Christopher Duddy . visual effects director of photography (uncredited) Gregory Ecklund .

character animator: Digital Domain (uncredited) Curtis Edwards . digital artist: Digital Domain (uncredited) / digital effects artist (uncredited) Matthew Ferro . visual effects r&d producer (uncredited) Paulette Fox . model shop painter: Digital Domain (uncredited) Eric Gambini .

intern: MOCO (uncredited) Edgar Garrido . 3D depth artist (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Ed Gatica . model maker: Digital Domain (uncredited) P. Whitney Gearin . visual effects producer: Method Studios (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Tim Gibbons .

digital effects artist (uncredited) Manuel Rey Gonzalez . 2D compositor and digital nature tools: RenderWorld (uncredited) Karen E. Goulekas . digital compositor: Digital Domain titanic cast Glen Gustafson . digital effects color correction: Efilm (uncredited) William F. Hamilton . systems administrator (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Marlan Harris . titanic cast compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Andrew M.

Harvey . digital color grader (uncredited) Alex Heffner . stereoscopic lead artist titanic cast version 2012) (uncredited) Veronica Hernandez . rotoscope artist (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Bryan M. Higgins . rotoscope supervisor (uncredited) Jason Hill . digital compositor: RanchWorks Unlimited (uncredited) L.

Matt Hill . post production assistant (uncredited) George A. Hock . visual effects gaffer (uncredited) John Hoffman . model maker: Vision Crew Unlimited (uncredited) Chris Holmes . digital compositor (uncredited) Cynthia Hyland . rotoscope artist (uncredited) Joni Jacobson .

digital composite supervisor (uncredited) Jay Mark Johnson . visual effects (uncredited) Jon Leif Julsrud . stereo conversion artist (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Michael Karp . video assist (uncredited) Cleotis Kelly . stereoscopic compositor (uncredited) Bill Kent . visual effects supervisor: Hollywood Digital (uncredited) Richard Kilroy . matte artist (uncredited) Jong Ryul Kim . software developer (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Joshua I.

Kolden . digital effects artist (uncredited) Rebecca Kramp . stereoscopic production assistant (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Christian Kubsch . visual effects producer preproduction: Digital Domain (uncredited) John Lafauce . digital compositor (uncredited) Alisoun F. Lamb . computer graphics coordinator (uncredited) Hayley Lane .

senior stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Vincent Lavares . tape operator (uncredited) Michael Lawler . visual effects cameraman (uncredited) Grant Lee . stereo paint artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) (uncredited) C.J.

LePage . stereo compositor (uncredited) Michael Ligammare . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Gus Lopez . titanic cast capture (uncredited) Mark Alan Loso . compositor (uncredited) Ross MacKenzie .

titanic cast artist (uncredited) Francois Madere . digital compositor (uncredited) Brian Malmstrom . rotoscope artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Richard Malzahn .

visual effects titanic cast (uncredited) Joe Mandia . titanic cast artist (uncredited) Richard Ivan Mann . visual effects producer: Hollywood Digital (uncredited) Mike Marbery . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Damon Martinez .

stereo compositor (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Terrence Masson . digital artist: ILM (uncredited) Michael A. McFadden . visual effects grip (uncredited) Kyle McGill . visual effects artist (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Valerie McMahon . digital artist (uncredited) Kevin McVey .

visual effects (uncredited) Scott Medcalf . electrician: visual effects tank unit (uncredited) Kevin Melia . stereoscopic depth artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Mark Menaker . system administrator (uncredited) Carlos Mendoza Jr. . senior stereo compositor: stereoD (uncredited) Hal Miles .

digital compositor (uncredited) Tony Moffett . model maker (uncredited) Frank Montoya . best boy grip: visual effects unit (uncredited) Jim Morris . senior staff: ILM (uncredited) Trevor Murray . model maker (uncredited) Scott Musselman . stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Gerardo Navarro . stereoscopic depth artist (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Tony Noel .

stereoscopic artist (uncredited) Patrick O'Riley . rotoscope artist: Stereo D (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Daniel O'Shaughnessy . stereoscopic artist (uncredited) Aaron Pfau .

lead digital artist (uncredited) Brett Phillips . model maker: Digital Domain (uncredited) Phets Phonasa . stereoscopic artist (3D version 2012) titanic cast Hanna Reduto .

stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Phillip Rhee . stereo conversion producer (uncredited) Rick Rische . matte artist: 4-Ward (uncredited) Paul Rivera . digital compositing supervisor: Matte World Digital (uncredited) Zachary J.

Rose . production assistant (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Andy Rosen . digital compositor (uncredited) Olivier Sarda . digital compositor (uncredited) William Schaeffer . digital paint and rotoscope artist (uncredited) Jennifer Lee Scheer . technology coordinator (uncredited) Daniel Schrepf . stereoscopic roto lead (uncredited) Brian Schumacher . stereoscopic supervisor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Robert Scopinich .

digital compositor (uncredited) Steven J. Scott . digital compositor: The Post Group (uncredited) Den Serras . senior technical artist: Deluxe (uncredited) M. Zachary Sherman . digital effects artist (uncredited) Robert Small .

3D tracking and photogrammetry (uncredited) Dane Allan Smith . stereo conversion producer (uncredited) David Joshua Smith . production assistant: Digital Domain (uncredited) Doyle Smith . titanic cast artist (uncredited) Stephen Sobisky .

project manager: Viewpoint Datalabs (uncredited) Brad Spencer . film scanning: VIFX (uncredited) Joel Stirnkorb . grip: visual effects unit (uncredited) Scott Stokdyk . digital artist (uncredited) Edward Svetlik . sculptor and computer special effects (uncredited) Brian Taber . stereoscopic senior supervising lead (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Tracy Takahashi .

visual effects coordinator: Digital Domain (uncredited) Chad Titanic cast . sabre artist: ILM (uncredited) Jerry Tessendorf . computer graphics water developer (uncredited) Tristan Tom .

technical support: Cinesite (uncredited) Jim Towler . model maker (uncredited) Thomas Tran . desktop technician (3d version 2012) (uncredited) Alex Tropiec Jr. . digital compositor: Digital Domain (uncredited) Ed Ulbrich . visual effects executive producer: Digital Domain (uncredited) David Van Woert . stereoscopic conversion producer (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Julie VanLoh .

stereo compositor: Stereo D (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Grant Viklund . digital technical assistant (uncredited) Michael Walters . model maker (uncredited) Tamara Watts Kent . digital effects producer: Outsourcing (uncredited) David Weitzberg . production support: DD (uncredited) Faith Whitehead . depth artist (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Jay Wilson .

senior stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Lauralee Wiseman . lead technical support: PTD (uncredited) Kieran Woo . production controller: Digital Domain (uncredited) Leon Xiao . chief systems administrator (uncredited) Lope Yap Jr. . visual effects producer (uncredited) Walter Yuan . stereoscopic compositor (3D version 2012) (uncredited) Susumu Yukuhiro . model maker (uncredited) Marc J. Zeltzer .

Video Engineer-20th Century Fox (uncredited) Stunts Gerardo Albarrán . stunts (as Gerardo Moreno Flores) Lucy Allen . stunts Noby Arden . stunts (as Noby-Arden) Alejandro Avendano . stunts (as Alejandro Avendaño Luhrs) Joni Avery . stunts Mike Avery . stunts Rick Avery . stunts Andy Bennett . stunts Sandy Berumen . stunts (as Sandra Berumen) Simone Boisseree . stunts (as Simone Boissereé) Glenn Boswell .

stunts Joey Box . stunts Richard Bradshaw . stunts Janet Brady . stunts (as Janet S. Brady) Charlie Brewer . stunts Jill Brown . stunts Balo Bucio . stunts (as Wilebaldo Bucio) Bobby Burns . stunts (as Bobby Andrew Burns) Terri Cadiente . stunts (as Terri Rippenkroeger) Pavel Cajzl . stunts Gustavo Campos . stunts (as Gustavo Campos Hernandez) Ignacio Carreño .

stunts (as Ignacio Carreño Lopez) Debbie Lee Carrington . stunts Jordi Casares . stunts John Casino . stunts Marc Cass . stunts Doc D. Charbonneau titanic cast. stunts Clarke Coleman . stunts (as Clarke C.

Coleman) Jorge Luis Corzo . stunts (as Jorge Luis Corzo Rosales) Laurie Crane . stunts Simon Crane . stunt coordinator Steve Crawley .

stunts David Cronnelly . stunts Justin Crowther . stunts Ricardo Cruz . stunts (as Ricardo Cruz Moral) Jani D. Davis . stunts Mark De Alessandro . stunts (as Mark DeAlessandro) Alejandro de la Peña . stunts (as Alejandro De La Pena) Ray De-Haan . stunts Vince Deadrick Jr. . stunts (as Vincent P. Deadrick Jr.) Leon Delaney . stunts Lisa Dempsey . stunts Jamie Edgell .

stunts Paul Eliopoulos . stunts Annie Ellis . stunts Dana Dru Evenson . stunts Dane Farwell . stunts George Fisher . stunts Cindy Folkerson . stunts Terry Forrestal . stunts Sarah Franzl . stunts Lance Gilbert . stunts Troy Gilbert . stunts Steve Griffin . stunts Gary Guercio . stunts (as Gary L. Guercio) Luis M. Gutiérrez Santos . stunts (as Luis M. Gutierez Santos) Alfredo Tarzan Gutiérrez . stunts (as Alfredo Gutierez) Johnny Hallyday .

stunts Rusty Hanson . stunts Anita Hart . stunts Paul Heasman . stunts Mark Henson . stunts Paul Herbert . stunts Jan Holicek . stunts Sy Hollands . stunts Marcia Holley . stunts Chuck Hosack . stunts Martin Hub .

stunts Eunice Huthart . stunts Dusan Hyska . stunts Rob Titanic cast . stunts (as Robert Inch) Terry Jackson . stunts Matt Johnston .

stunts Mike Titanic cast . stunts Titanic cast Kahana Jr. . stunts (as Kim K. Kahana Jr.) Josh Kemble . stunts Jamie Keyser . stunts (as Jamie A. Keyser) Titanic cast Klaus . stunts (as Klaus Jindrich) Svetla Krasteva . stunts Pavel Kratky . stunts Steven Lambert . stunts Julie Lamm . stunts Jamie Landau . stunts Trisha Lane . stunts Derek Lea . stunts Dimo Lipitkovsky . stunts (as Dimo Lipitkovski) David Listvan . stunts Kurt D. Lott . stunts (as Kurt Lott) Raúl López .

stunts (as Raul Lopez Arteaga) Johnny Martin . stunts Júlio Martínez . stunts (as Julio Titanic cast Mauricio Martínez . stunts (as Mauricio Martínez Ramos) Sean McCabe . stunts Jo McLaren . stunts (as Johanna McLaren-Clark) Dustin Meier . stunts (as Dustin J. Meier) John Meier . stunts (as John C. Meier) Julie Michaels . stunts Gabriela Moreno .

stunts (as Gabriela Moreno Flores) Ray Nicholas . stunts (as Ray L. Nicholas) Bernabe Palma . stunts Jim Palmer .

stunts Michael Papajohn . stunts Jaroslav Peterka . stunts Diane Peterson . stunts Gábor Piroch . stunts (as Gabor Piroch) Gary Powell . stunts Jaroslav Psenicka . stunts Tim Rigby .

stunts Larry Rippenkroeger . stunts Denise Lynne Roberts . stunts Mario Roberts titanic cast. stunts Mic Rodgers . stunts Danny Rogers .

stunts Jimmy Corona Rooney . stunt performer Debby Lynn Ross . stunts Titanic cast Salvatori . stunts Kiran Shah . stunts Lee Sheward . stunts Lincoln Simonds . stunts Erik Stabenau . stunts Leo Stransky . stunts (as Leos Stransky) Tom Struthers .

stunts Alistair Sutherland . stunts Cris Thomas-Palomino . stunts Nancy Thurston . stunts (as Nancy Lee Thurston) Tim Trella . stunts Rafael Valdez . stunts (as Rafael Valdez Garcia Conde) Victoria Vanderkloot . stunts Juan Manuel Vilchis . stunts (as Juan Manuel Vilchis Sosa) Pavel Vokoun . stunts Bill Weston . stunts Raliegh Wilson . stunts Lawrence Woodward . stunts Titanic cast Young . stunts (as Nancy L. Young) Glen Yrigoyen . stunts Ray Forrest Barrow .

stunts (uncredited) Kevin Marshall Brady . stunts (uncredited) Simon Crane . stunts (uncredited) Mitchell Dean . stunt performer (uncredited) Mark Fenlason . safety officer (uncredited) Sarah Franzl . stunt double: Kate Winslet (uncredited) Kent W. Luttrell . stunts (uncredited) Erin Michael . stunts (uncredited) Rocky Taylor . stunts (uncredited) Camera and Electrical Titanic cast René Acosta . rigging electrician (as Rene Torres Acosta) Carolyn Adams .

grip: Halifax contemporary shoot Jeff Daniel Adams . key grip: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Jeff Adams) John Adamson . grip: Halifax contemporary titanic cast Benito Aguilar . rigging electrician (as Benito Aguilar Perez) Joaquin Alcantara Jimenez . rigging electrician Scotty Allan . gaffer: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Scotty Allen) Mike Amorelli . rigging gaffer Paul Amorelli .

rigging best boy electric Daniel Anaya . grip Allan Angus . generator operator: Halifax contemporary shoot Ricardo Arvizu . grip Tom Baker . electrician Jose L. Barajas P. . rigging electrician Jamie Barber . first assistant camera: Titanic cast contemporary shoot Guy Norman Bee . camera operator Tony Bendt .

grip Kirk Bloom . second assistant camera Paul Bolton . best boy: Halifax contemporary shoot Dan Bonnin . crane operator: Akela crane John Bonnin . crane operator: akela crane Arthur R. Botham . generator operator (as Buddy Botham) Glenn Brown . camera production assistant Mitch Bryan . assistant video assist operator Malcolm Bryce . lamp operator John Buckley . gaffer Bruce Byall .

grip Alvardo Bortolini Camacho . rigging grip Cesar Camacho . lamp operator James Cameron . director of photography: Titanic deep dive / special camera equipment designer Mike Cameron . special deep ocean camera system (as Michael Cameron) Luis Canedo . rigging electrician (as Jose L. Canedo) Rosalio Cano .

rigging best boy electric Bruce Carothers . rigging grip Javier Sanchez Carrera . rigging electrician Angel Sanches Castro . lamp operator Michael P. Catanzarite . grip (as Mike Catanzarite) Joaquin Cervera . second assistant camera: titanic cast camera Doug Chartier .

dolly grip (as Douglas Chartier) Paul Cheung . lamp operator Paul Ciancetta . lighting technician: Musco lights Jake Clarke . best boy: Halifax contemporary shoot Jayson Clute . second assistant camera: "b" camera, Halifax contemporary shoot Marcis Cole . camera operator: "a" camera, second unit (as Marcus Titanic cast / steadicam operator (as Marcus Cole) Keith Collea .

video playback operator Tim Collins . rigging best boy grip (as Timothy Collins) Yvonne Collins . second assistant camera: Halifax contemporary shoot Kevin Cook . grip Robert Harold Cooper . rigging foreman Raúl Cortés . rigging grip (as Raul Cortes) Gustavo Titanic cast . key grip: Mexico Jorge Covarrubias . grip (as Jorge Covarrubias Garcia) Ricardo Covarrubias . dolly grip Roman Covarrubias . rigging electrician Felipe De Jesus Gutierrez .

rigging electrician Caleb Deschanel . director of photography: Halifax contemporary shoot Cylvan Desrouleaux . second assistant camera: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Cylvan DesRouleaux) JT Diaz . grip: day player Saul Dominguez Hernandez . rigging electrician Michael Dronge . grip Brian Dzyak . additional second assistant camera Steven C.

Eakins . generator operator Jorge Agustín Enríquez Rivas . lamp operator (as Jorge Enriquez) Romel Esquivel . rigging grip Anders Falk . director of photography: documentary Fernando Fernández Arzote . rigging grip (as Fernando Fernandez Arzote) Michael J. Fowler . video technician: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Michael Fowler) Christopher Franey . lighting technician Gary Fredrickson . lamp operator J.P. Gabriel . underwater lighting / underwater lighting: Escondido tank shoot Alfredo Luna Galindo .

rigging electrician Manuel García . lamp operator (as Manuel Garcia G.) Darcy Gasparovic . second assistant camera: "b" camera, Halifax contemporary shoot Sergio Gonsalez . lamp operator Ismael 'Izzy' Gonzalez . titanic cast best boy electric Jesus Titanic cast. Gonzalez . rigging best boy electric Mark Goodwin . gaffer: Escondido tank shoot Dylan Goss .

assistant camera: aerial unit (as Dylan M. Gross) Bill Greenberg . rigging best boy electric Khan Griffith . lamp operator Todd Griffith . rigging grip Harold Groshon . lamp operator (as Hal Groshon) Tony Guerin . first assistant camera: "b" camera, Halifax contemporary shoot Salvador Gutierrez Moreno . lamp operator Roberto Gutierrez . rigging electrician Jon Haney . lamp operator John Harmon . rigging grip Jonathan McCrea Harmon .

generator operator Daniel Hegarty . crane operator: Titanic cast Albert Hennen . loader: Halifax contemporary shoot Marcos Hernandez . grip Rick Herres . rigging grip Ron Hoffman . lamp operator Mark Hryma . assistant camera: Wescam camera Carlos Chacon Inota . rigging electrician Mark Jackson . first assistant camera Rick Johnson . crane operator: Akela crane Richard Jones .

rigging grip Eugene B. Kerry . best boy grip (as Eugene Brian Kerry) Gary Kingston . grip (as Gary 'Gard T' Kingston) Steve Koster . camera operator: Wescam camera, Halifax contemporary shoot Dennis M. Kuneff .

rigging grip (as Dennis Kuneff) Jesús Labastida . grip (as Jesus Labastida) Chuck Lapp . electrician: Halifax contemporary shoot Enrique Lara . lamp operator Jason Leeds .

titanic cast

lamp operator Edgar Hurtado Lopez . rigging electrician Marcelino Luna . rigging grip Jim MacCammon . gaffer: Halifax contemporary shoot Forbes MacDonald . first assistant camera: "b" camera, Halifax contemporary shoot Kevin MacNeil .

grip: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Kevin McNeil) Gerardo Manjarrez . first assistant camera: "b" camera Mark Marchetti . uncredited Marc Marino . lamp operator Anthony T. Marra II . key grip: Escondido tank shoot (as Tony Marra) Leonardo M. Marron . lamp operator Néstor Martínez . rigging electrician (as Nestor Martinez Villanueva) William R.

Mayberry . lamp operator (as Bill Mayberry) Gordon McIver . grip Jack E. McLean Jr. . rigging best boy electric (as Jack McLean) Cesar Rojo Medina . rigging grip Héctor Medina . titanic cast loader (as Hector Medina) Marc Meisenheimer .

lamp operator Manuel Perez Mendosa . rigging grip Carlos Mendoza . rigging grip (as Carlos Mendoza Campos) Rolando Michel . lamp operator Paul Mitcheltree . best boy rigging: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Paul Mitchelltree) Lloyd Moriarity . key grip Julio Reyes Munoz . rigging grip Todd Murchie . titanic cast gaffer: Halifax contemporary shoot J. Michael Muro .

camera operator (as Jim Muro) / steadicam operator (as Jim Muro) Edis Mustafovski . electrician Kelly Myrstol . underwater lighting: Escondido tank shoot Salvador Orendain . rigging grip (as Salvador Orendain Estrada) Harald Ortenburger . camera operator: second camera, Halifax contemporary shoot Eduardo Oviedo . lamp operator (as Eduardo J. Oviedo) Vince Pace . underwater lighting: Escondido tank shoot George Palmer .

vfx camera unit: key grip Ismael Parades . rigging grip (as Ismael Paredes) Jason Parrillo . lamp operator John Paszkiewicz . camera operator: additional photography, Digital Domain Pedro Pedraza .

rigging grip Patricio Pereda . grip Roberto Pichardo . lamp operator Jesse Pogoler . rigging best boy electric Rick Rader . best boy grip (as Rick 'Slick' Titanic cast Charley Reffitt . crane operator: akela crane Ron Renzetti .

dolly grip: Halifax contemporary shoot Horace Reynolds . crane operator: akela crane Juan Jose Casillas Rivera . lamp operator Heather R. Roberts . first assistant camera (as Heather Roberts) Chip Robinson .

generator operator Juan Carlos Rodríguez . rigging grip Alfredo Audel Roman . rigging grip Scott Ronnow . camera loader Guillermo Rosas . camera operator: "b" camera (as Guillermo 'Memo' Rosas) Luis Sanchez Lara . lamp operator Jose Luis Sanchez . lamp operator Ralph Sanders . lamp titanic cast Reyes Santamaría V. . rigging best boy electric (as Reyes Santamaria) Ron Santoyo .

grip Aaron Schneider . director of photography: second unit (as Aaron E. Schneider) Philip Sloan . rigging key grip Bob Snowdon . grip Kurt E. Soderling . camera operator: Wescam camera (as Kurt Soderling) Joaquín Solano .

rigging grip (as Andres Joaquin Solano) Cesar R. Solis . second assistant camera: "b" camera Jorge F. Solorio . rigging electrician Everardo Pereda Solorzano .

rigging grip John M. Stephens . director of photography: second unit (as John Stephens) Ward Swan . electrician: Halifax contemporary shoot Carlos Sánchez . lamp operator (as Carlos Sanchez) Enrique Sánchez . best boy electric (as Enrique Sanchez) Humberto Sánchez .

grip (as Humberto Sanchez) Randy Tambling . key grip: Halifax contemporary shoot Charles A. Tamburro . pilot: camera helicopter, Halifax contemporary shoot (as Chuck Tamburro) Rene Tannos . lamp operator John Trapman . camera operator: Wescam camera Marco A. Leon Tupia . lamp operator Susan Turcot . dimmer board operator (as Susan A. Turcot) Roy Unger .

director of photography: second unit Joseph A. Unsinn . video technician: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Joe Unsinn) Jorge Gonzalez Uribe . rigging electrician Juan J. Valencia . lamp operator (as Juan Jose Valencia) Marco Vallarino .

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lamp operator Antonio Vargas . rigging best boy grip (as Antonio Vargas Perez) Leopoldo Vega Alvarado .

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rigging electrician Allan Vincent . electrician: Halifax contemporary shoot Glenn Wade . grip Scott Warner . video playback: Halifax contemporary shoot John W. Weeks . best boy electric (as John Weeks) Merie Weismiller Wallace . still photographer (as Titanic cast W. Wallace) Chuck Weiss . video assist operator Paul Wilkowsky . grip Randy Wimberg . underwater lighting: Escondido tank shoot Steven J. Winslow . camera technician: Wescam camera R. Michael Yope . lamp operator (as Michael Yope) Robert Zullo .

grip Raimund Almanza . second assistant camera (uncredited) Claudette Barius . additional still photographer: pre-production (uncredited) Steve Bellen . assistant camera (uncredited) Ariel Benarroch . first assistant camera: second unit (uncredited) Hans Bjerno .

aerial director of photography (uncredited) Jeremy Braben . aerial camera operator (uncredited) Titanic cast Cherry . first assistant camera: "a" camera, second unit titanic cast Julian Del Valle . balloon lighting supervisor (uncredited) Frank Detone Jr. . rigging key grip (uncredited) John J.

Ellingwood . first assistant camera (uncredited) Moose Enright . set lighting technician: second unit (uncredited) Ray Garcia . grip (uncredited) Jason Gary . grip (uncredited) Jim Gordon . grip (uncredited) Peter Graf . remote head tech (uncredited) Jack M. Guberman .

lighting technician (uncredited) Peter Gulla . camera operator (uncredited) Edward A. Gutentag . assistant camera (uncredited) Anthony M. Gutierrez . assistant camera (uncredited) Titanic cast Hamilton . underwater cinematographer (uncredited) Mike Harwood . electrician (uncredited) Joe Hill .

grip (uncredited) Chase Jazzborne . electrician (uncredited) Douglas Kirkland . still photographer (uncredited) Amy La Licata . assistant camera (uncredited) Jordan Lapsansky . electrician (uncredited) Michael Listorti . b dolly grip (uncredited) Kyle T. MacDowell . electrician (uncredited) Michael P. May . camera operator (uncredited) Hugh McCallum . grip: miniature vfx unit (uncredited) Mark Moore . camera department head (uncredited) Paul J.

Morra . assistant camera (uncredited) Ron Newburn . titanic cast operator (uncredited) Robbie Redner . lighting technician (uncredited) Pete Romano . underwater camera (uncredited) Mark Santoni . underwater assistant camera (uncredited) Eric Schmitz . deep sea camera support (uncredited) Leonard Seagal . lighting supervisor (uncredited) Tim Speed . electrician (uncredited) Vincent Torres .

grip (uncredited) Greg Ulrich . assistant camera (uncredited) Christopher Wiggins . second assistant camera: second unit (uncredited) Animation Department Nathalie Gonthier .

2-D animator Daniel Robichaud . animation titanic cast Digital Domain Aristomenis Tsirbas . simulation sequence animator Kenneth Bailey .

character animator (uncredited) Erik Jamison . animator (uncredited) Eric Savino . paint (uncredited) Casting Department Alvarez Guerrero Alejandro . casting associate Edna Arriola . assistant casting coordinator Amy Caton-Ford . extras casting Suzanne Crowley . casting: London John Dunsworth .

extras casting: Halifax contemporary shoot Gemma Gonzalez . extras casting assistant Chucho Guerrero . extras casting coordinator Edna Guerrero .

extras casting Jesús Guerrero . extras casting Jorge Guerrero . assistant casting coordinator Magui Jimenez . casting associate Gemma Joffroy . casting associate Rudy Joffroy . casting associate (as Rodolfo 'Rudy' Joffroy) Tina Kerr . extras casting (as Tina Louise Kerr) Calusman Olivier . extras casting assistant Gilly Poole . casting: London Deedra Ricketts . extras casting Jesus Ignacio Santana . casting associate Emily Schweber .

casting associate Franklyn Warren . extras casting Kelly McCall . extras casting (uncredited) Roberto Moreno . extras casting (uncredited) Costume and Wardrobe Department Maria Luisa Andrade . costumer Amy Arnold . key set costumer: women Jeanie Baker . costumer Cha Blevins . costumer (as Deborah 'Cha' Blevins) Marsha Bozeman . costumer Rocio Ceja . costumer Lee Clayton .

costume cutter Javier Delgado . costumer Scott Gaba . costumer David Jardon . costume shop Ismael Jardon . key set costumer: men Jeanie Kimber . costumer: Halifax contemporary shoot Beth Koenigsberg .

wardrobe department coordinator Murray Lantz . key set costumer: men David Le Vey . assistant costume designer Leigh Leverett .

key set costumer: women Michael J. Long . costumer (as Michael Long) Lourdes Lopez Martinez . costume shop Philip Maldonado . costumer Cynthia Martinez . costumer Jose Luis Montero . costumer Carlos 'Pollo' Munguia . costumer titanic cast Carlos Munguia) Karen Naser . cutter/fitter Tom Titanic cast . costume supervisor: men Fabiola Perez Luna . seamstress Lahly Poore . assistant costume designer Diane Puhalla . costume shop Salvador Pérez Jr. . costume manufacturing foreman (as Salvador Perez) Adolfo Ramírez .

titanic cast supervisor: men (as Adolfo Ramirez) Cecilia Stanford . costumer Sarah Touaibi . costume supervisor: women Enrique Villavicencio . costumer (as Enrique Villaviencio) Dale Wibben . head cutter/fitter Kanani Wolf . costumer James A. Worthen . assistant costumer: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Jim Worthen) Annie Graham . seamstress (uncredited) Anthony J.

Lipin . costumer (uncredited) Tony Lipin titanic cast. costumer (uncredited) Sian Morris Ross . assistant costumer: Halifax contemporary shoot (uncredited) Stacey Seeds-Ferrence . costumer (uncredited) Editorial Department Roger Barton . associate editor Scott Beebe . negative breakdown Daniel Boccoli . editorial apprentice (as Daniel Robert Boccoli) David Broberg . first assistant editor Paula Catania . post-production controller David Crowther .

additional assistant editor James Durante . additional assistant editor Matthew Goodman . post-production assistant Ignacio Guzmán . editorial production assistant (as Ignacio Guzman) Alex Hepburn . additional assistant editor Ladd Lanford . first assistant editor Steve R. Moore . editor: visual effects John Morrisey . additional assistant editor Dan Muscarella .

color timer Mary Nelson-Duerrstein . negative cutter Warren Paeff . additional assistant editor Zara Park . digital intermediate producer (as Zara Roberts) (3D version 2012) Edgar Pavon . additional assistant editor David Rennie . assistant editor Paul M.

Wagner . additional assistant editor (as Paul Wagner) Nicole Wilder . post-production coordinator: Skywalker Sound and Lightstorm Entertainment David Bernstein . colorist: high definition mastering (uncredited) Jennifer-Noel Dennis . post-production assistant (uncredited) Kevin Greutert . assistant editor (uncredited) Michael Healey .

colorist (uncredited) Jim Passon . color timer (uncredited) Robert Pond . Negative assembly supervisor uk version (uncredited) Location Management Nicole Kolin . location manager Andrew McInnes . location manager: Halifax contemporary shoot Hugo Baylon Payan . location assistant Gilberto Aviña Gómez . location coordinator (uncredited) Paul Kruhm . location services: EastWest Locations (uncredited) Music Department Nico Abondolo . musician: bass John Altman . historical music advisor / music arranger: titanic cast music Andy Bass .

assistant music engineer Emily Bernstein . musician: clarinet Bob Bornstein . music preparation Tony Cooke . musician: cello Eric Crees . musician: trombone Don Davis . additional orchestrator Sandy DeCrescent . orchestra contractor Nancy Fogarty . assistant music editor Simon Franglen .

musician: instrumental solo Randy Gerston . music supervisor Gregory Goodall . musician: percussion Clayton Haslop . concertmaster Jim Henrikson . supervising music editor Tony Hinnigan . musician: cello solo James Horner . music producer / musician: instrumental solo / orchestrator Craig Huxley . Enterprise Synclavier Sound Package, Blaster Beam, Piano Michal Lali Kagan .

music coordinator Randy Kerber . musician: instrumental solo Armen Ksajikian . musician: cello Lesley Langs . assistant music editor Jon Lewis . musician: trumpet London Symphony Orchestra . music performed by David Marquette . assistant music engineer Shawn Murphy . music recordist / scoring engineer Robin Olson . musician: violin Michael Ramos . musician: viola Joe E.

Rand . music editor Eric Rigler . musician: instrumental solo Amy Rosen . music coordinator Jay Selvester . assistant music engineer Dan Smith . musician: cello Ian Underwood . musician: instrumental solo Michael Aarvold . score recordist (uncredited) John Beal . composer: trailer (uncredited) Tom Boyd . musician: oboe and English horn (uncredited) / oboe soloist (uncredited) Lars Clutterham .

copyist (uncredited) Orion Crawford titanic cast. song transcriber (uncredited) Bruce Dukov . violin (uncredited) Ellen Ginsburg . music clearance (uncredited) Stephen Hart . scoring engineer (uncredited) Jim Hoffman . music preparation (uncredited) The Hollywood Studio Symphony . music performed by (uncredited) James Horner .

conductor (uncredited) Skyler Jett . performer: soundtrack (uncredited) Tommy Johnson . musician: tuba soloist (uncredited) Robert Kraft . executive in charge of music (uncredited) Sissel . vocalist (uncredited) James Thatcher . musician: French horn solos (uncredited) James Walker . musician: flute (uncredited) Matt Walker . music executive (uncredited) Script and Continuity Department Shelley Crawford . script supervisor Bertha Medina . script supervisor: second unit Transportation Department Larry Alicata .

driver Tom Briggs . driver Jose Castillo . driver Hugo Chew . transportation co-captain Arturo Curiel . transportation captain Rose Echeverria . driver (as Rosemary Echeverria) Titanic cast Edwards . driver William Esparza . driver Rigoberto Gonzalez . driver (as Rigo Gonzalez) Thomas A.

Gordon . transportation coordinator (as Tom Gordon) Roger Hanna . transportation coordinator Raymond E. Kehoe . driver Bob Limon . driver Juan Lopez . driver Angelo J. Orefice . driver (as Angelo Orefice) Rocky Reed . transportation captain (as Rockey Reed) Julian Saavedra .

driver Hector Salomon . transportation co-captain Steve Schultz . driver Lorne Taylor . transportation captain: Halifax contemporary shoot Lori Ann Bellefontaine . driver: cast (uncredited) Alfonso Paredes . driver: Mexico City (uncredited) Additional Crew Jorge Acosta . production assistant Eddie Adolph . assistant accountant Anthony Allegre . production coordinator: Titanic deep dive Nora Alvarez . studio doctor (as Nora Alvarez M.D.) Armando Amador . production accountant: Mexico Enriqueta 'Queta' Amador .

assistant accountant (as Enriqueta Amador) James B. Anderson . life guard Titanic cast Arneson . aquatic researcher / aquatic supervisor Lisa Atkinson .

pre-production consultant: China/Mexico Larry Babitz . caterer: Deluxe (as Larry Babbitz) Tim Bailes . marine consultant Brett Baker . photo double: Leonardo DiCaprio Jose Manuel Ballesteros . caterer Sheryl Benko . production assistant Matt Bilski . production assistant Tony Bixby . life guard Bobbie Blyle . set production assistant Kit Bonner . naval consultant Kevin Botham . fixture electric Brian Bradeley . marine mechanic (as Brian Bradley) Kenneth Patrick Brady .

production assistant Diane Branagan . animal trainer Keri Bruno . set production assistant Geoff Burdick . production associate Jonathan Titanic cast . Loop Group: US Mike Cameron . technology supervisor: Titanic deep dive (as Michael Cameron) Craig Cannold .

accounting estimator Cecilia Cardwell . studio teacher George A. Cassell III . set production assistant (as George A. Cassell) Vince Catlin . lead design engineer: Titanic deep dive Robert L. Catron . assistant: Grant Hill (as Robert Catron) Bundy Chanock . set medic: San Francisco unit Elizabeth Chassie . animal trainer (as Elizabeth McMullen) Robert Cheung . fixture electric (as Rob Cheung) Pablo Coffey . Loop Group: US Todd Cogan . production assistant Iram Collantes . production assistant (as Iram Collantes Titanic cast Andre Combs .

craft service Kyle Cookmeyer . production assistant Maritza Corrales . guardian: children Rick Courtney . set production assistant Stephanie Cramer . travel coordinator Jeff Cree . video crew: Titanic deep dive (as Jeffrey Cree) Rafael Cuervo .

set coordinator C. Don DeBaun . life guard Jon Dodson . video crew: Titanic deep dive Joe Donaldson . marine tank/crane supervisor Michael Douglas . marine technician: boat operator Paule A. Drissi . head beader Jeff Duda . water system engineer Fernanda Echeverria .

housing coordinator Rick Eggers . caterer: Deluxe Dinah Englund .

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production assistant Leisa Ettinger . assistant coordinator: Halifax contemporary shoot Janette Evans . assistant accountant Karen G. Fairbank . attorney (as Karen Fairbank) Mary Jane Faris . assistant accountant L. Douglas Fenton . medical coordinator Duncan Ferguson . special engineer Bill Fine Jr. . practical electric supervisor (as Bill Fine) Daniel Finestone . Additional Voices: US Bob Fisher . fixture electric Damien Fitzpatrick .

dive master: additional production support (as Damian Fitzpatrick) Mark Flaherty . travel coordinator Tim Floreen . assistant accountant (as Timothy Joseph Floreen) Todd Forsberg . wrangler Richard Fraser . marine coordinator: Halifax contemporary shoot Louis G. Friedman .

production executive Nicole Furia . production controller Juan Carlos Garrido . union production assistant Shawn Gillespie . first assistant accountant (as Shawn K. Gillespie) Travis Gleason . life guard Bill Glesne . marine technician Samuel Lugo Gomez . production assistant Matthew Goodman . production assistant Joel Gordon .

Additional Voices: US Kathy Grant . accountant: Titanic deep dive Kristine Greco . script supervisor: motion capture unit Yvette Gurza . set production assistant Leonard Harris . scaffolding engineer Steve Harvey . practical electric supervisor Justin Heath . scaffolding engineer Harry Heeks .

key scaffolding engineer Susan Hegarty . dialect coach Carol Henry . financial: Lightstorm Patrick Hibler . craft service Dawn Higginbotham . production assistant Nancy Hobson . assistant: James Cameron Lynne Hockney .

1912 etiquette coach / choreographer Eve Light Honthaner . production coordinator: Los Angeles (as Eve Honthaner) Hal Hopkins . assistant accountant David Hunter . video titanic cast audio mastering supervised by: THX Digital Works (2005 DVD) Christopher Hyssong .

production assistant Matthew Jackson . life guard Matthew Johnson . production assistant Harry L. Julian Sr. . marine rigger (as Harry Julian) Lance Julian . marine coordinator Campbell Katz . assistant: Marty Katz Marty Katz . production consultant Richard Katzenson . caterer: Deluxe Chad Keller . production assistant Sharon King . milliner Andrew Kirby .

site engineer Titanic cast Lamkay . production assistant Eric Layne . assistant accountant Jeffrey N. Ledda . senior technician/ROV pilot: Titanic deep dive Benjamin Lewis . life guard Seth Lieberman . caterer: Deluxe Paul Littleton . production assistant Christian Lobos .

shipping assistant Ana María Lomelí Bolaños . receptionist (as Ana Maria Lomeli) Titanic cast Armanino Lopez . production assistant Don Lynch . historian: Titanic Lance MacDonald . assistant to choreographer (as Lance Macdonald) Andrei Mahankov . set production assistant Felipe Mariscal . union production assistant (as Felipe L. Mariscal) Ken Marschall .

historian: titanic visuals Ed W. Marsh . documentarian Ivan Martin del Campo . production assistant to producer Jason Maxey .

tower crane flagman Christopher Mayhem . production titanic cast Jimmie Mayo . marine safety officer: Halifax contemporary shoot (as Jimmy Mayo) Bertram McCann . boat operator / second unit coordinator Heather McIntosh . accounting estimator Eric Meech titanic cast. life guard Eric Melville . practical electric supervisor Lance Mendoza .

life guard Karen Mertzel . craft service Wm. Scott Millard . ROV technician: Escondido tank shoot (as Scott Millard) Valerie Moore . technology titanic cast assistant: Titanic deep dive Karla Morash . production coordinator: Halifax contemporary shoot Michael Morgenthal .

assistant accountant Julie Ann Moyeda . assistant accountant Christina Musrey . stage production coordinator: Digital Domain J. Nahar Nahar . production assistant Martin Neufeld . Additional Voices: US Manuel Nieto . filtration technician Juan Pablo Noval . production assistant Thomas O'Donnell .

nightsun technician (as Thomas Barr O'Donnell) Peter Oldring . voice over talent Kirsten Osthus . milliner Vince Pace . video crew: Titanic deep dive Bryce Papenbrook . Loop Group: US Al Perry . marine technician Stacy Perskie . production assistant Eileen Peterson . unit publicist Albert 'Jay' Pitkethly . assistant accountant Stacy Plavoukos .

key production coordinator Frank Powell . life guard Sandra Laura Ramos . tailor shop supervisor Carla Raygoza . assistant production coordinator Mario Alberto Reboreda .

union production chief (as Mario A. Reboreda) Matt Reitsma . textile artist Mayda Renizzi-Holt . production accountant Jose Reyes . tank technician Bebe Reynolds . assistant: Karen Fairbank Paul 'Sled' Reynolds . animal trainer (as Sled Reynolds) Steve Richards . machinist Patrick Richardson . lifeguard supervisor Al Rives . production: Lightstorm Laurel Robinson .

assistant coordinator: Halifax contemporary shoot Margo Romano . assistant accountant Jim Roper . practical electric supervisor Julio Diaz Rosado . production assistant John Ross . ROV technician: Escondido tank shoot M. Ross-Michaels . assistant accountant (as M. Ross Michaels) Debbie Rothstein . Loop Group: US Melissa Rudman . production secretary: Los Angeles William Russell .

life guard Angie Ryan . accounting clerk Ken Ryan . production controller Fran Saidman . housing coordinator Esteban Sanchez . production assistant Gayle Sandler . production accountant Perry Santos . assistant: James Cameron Frank Schorpion . Loop Group: US Cynthia Scrima . assistant: Jon Landau (as Cynthia Ann Scrima) Patrick Shiffrar . construction accountant Dave Skinner . scaffolding engineer (as David Skinner) Paul Skinner . titanic cast engineer Bob Smith . fixture electric Bobby L. Smith .

fixture electric (as Bob Smith) Joanie Spates . production accountant Nick Spetsiotis . assistant marine coordinator Gregg Stuart . assistant accountant Rosanna Sun . assistant production coordinator Andrew Sykes . scaffolding titanic cast Korin A. Tarin . first assistant accountant / post-production accountant Greg Tash . diver: additional production support (as Gregg Tash) Mark Thurlow . underwater communications: Escondido tank shoot Louis Paul Tocchet .

set production assistant (as Louis Tocchet) Ana Manuela Torres . assistant: Simon Crane Michael Trainotti . production: Lightstorm (as Mike Trainotti) Ernesto Trejo . union doctor (as Ernesto Trejo M.D.) Kim E.F. Troy . assistant: Rae Sanchin Gregory Twiford . Craft Service Belinda Uriegas . production coordinator Fernando Uriegas . on-set production assistant: Mexico City / production coordinator: Mexico City Daniel Vellucci . executive: 20th Century Martin Verdugo .

filtration manager Emilio Vidaurreta . production assistant Christian von Burkleo . video services: Skywalker Sound Florisse Vásquez Pesqueira . assistant: Indig/Mann (as Florisse Vazquez) Ken Walsh . coast guard: Halifax contemporary shoot Gary Watson . scaffolding engineer Roy Weatherly . scaffolding engineer Judy Weaver . assistant accountant (as Judi Weaver) Larry Webber . tower crane operator Lloyd Welder .

ROV technician: Escondido tank shoot Kevin White . caterer: Deluxe Ralph B. White . technology coordinator: Titanic deep dive (as Ralph White) Josephine Willis . milliner Randy Wimberg . video crew: Titanic deep dive Francisco Leonardo Yáñez . local labor coordinator (as Francisco Yañez) DeAnne Zarkowski . animal trainer (as Deann Zarkowski) Edward L. Zubritsky . safety officer (as Edward Zubritsky) Ian Abercrombie . adr loop group (uncredited) Melinda Allen . assistant: James Cameron (uncredited) Tyler Atkinson .

digital distribution (uncredited) Mauricio Ballesteros . catering coordinator (uncredited) Susan Boyajian . adr actor (uncredited) Carol Sue Byron . additional production accountant (uncredited) Sue Chipperton . animal trainer (uncredited) Kayenn CocoMay .

production staff (uncredited) Carson R. Titanic cast . third assistant accountant: additional photography (uncredited) Roman Diaz . production assistant (uncredited) Mark Edwards . life guard (uncredited) Drew H. Fash . photo services (uncredited) Greg Ferris . marketing: Canada (uncredited) James Flint . assistant: James Cameron (uncredited) Tara Foran . assistant accountant (uncredited) Jean Gilpin .

adr loop group (uncredited) Joseph Greco . staff assistant (uncredited) Jason Gurvitz . production assistant (uncredited) William Hawa . production assistant (uncredited) Michael Hendrickson . production executive (uncredited) Adrienne King . looping voices (uncredited) Bruce Lamond . software engineer (uncredited) Mike Lane . client services (uncredited) Cathleen Leslie .

acting mentor (uncredited) Anne Lockhart . adr voice group (uncredited) Walter Lord . consultant (uncredited) Josh MacDonald . stand-in titanic cast Graham Mackintosh . film extra (uncredited) Thomas B. McGrath . President: Paramount Enterprises (uncredited) Chris Miller . technical consultant (uncredited) Anthony J. Nahar . production assistant (uncredited) John Reed .

consultant (uncredited) Vail Romeyn . production coordinator (uncredited) Tony Rudenko . computer graphic artist (uncredited) Ivor Shier . helicopter pilot (uncredited) Missy Simms . studio teacher (uncredited) Shawn Stevens . crafts services/catering (uncredited) Jason Burke Sutter . international distribution: 20th Century Fox (uncredited) Douglas Underdahl .

technical designer (uncredited) Joan Washington . dialogue coach: pre-production (uncredited) Troy Waters . assistant marine coordinator (uncredited) Crystal Weaver .

staff production coordinator (uncredited) Andy Weder . model shop (uncredited) Tramm Wigzell . production assistant (uncredited) Lynnanne Zager .

adr loop group (uncredited) Thanks Amaya Curiel . the producers wish to thank Roberto Curiel . thanks Silvia Hernandez Enriquez . special thanks Esaul Lopez . special thanks Yolanda Lopez . special thanks Tom McCluskie .

special thanks Anatoly M. Sagalevitch . special thanks: Titanic deep dive (as Dr. Anatoly M. Sagalevitch) Manjinder Singh . thanks to Hector Teran Teran .

special thanks Juan Tintos . special thanks Hugo Torres-Chabert . special thanks (as Mayor Hugo Torres Chabert) Crew believed to be complete Storyline • Taglines • Plot Summary • Synopsis • Plot Keywords • Parents Guide Did You Know? • Trivia • Goofs • Crazy Credits • Quotes • Alternate Versions • Connections • Soundtracks Photo & Video • Photo Gallery • Trailers and Videos Opinion • Awards • FAQ • User Reviews • User Ratings • External Reviews • Metacritic Reviews TV • TV Schedule Related Items • News • Showtimes • External SitesRunning time 195 minutes [3] Country United States Language English Budget $200 million [4] [5] [6] Box office $2.202 billion [7] Titanic is a titanic cast American epic romance and disaster film directed, written, produced, and co-edited by Titanic cast Cameron.

Incorporating both historical and fictionalized aspects, it is based on accounts of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, and stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as members of different social classes who fall in love aboard the ship during its ill-fated maiden voyage. Also starring are Billy Zane, Kathy Bates, Frances Fisher, Gloria Stuart, Bernard Hill, Jonathan Hyde, Victor Garber, and Bill Paxton.

Cameron's inspiration for the film came from his fascination with shipwrecks; he felt a love story interspersed with the human loss would be essential to convey the emotional impact of the disaster. Production began in 1995, when Cameron shot footage of the actual Titanic wreck.

The modern scenes on the research vessel were shot on board the Akademik Mstislav Keldysh, which Cameron had used as a base when filming the wreck.

Scale models, computer-generated imagery, and a reconstruction of the Titanic built at Baja Studios were used to re-create the sinking. The film was co-financed by Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox; the former handled distribution in North America while the latter released the film internationally.

It was the most expensive film ever made at the time, with a production budget of $200 million. Upon its release on December 19, 1997, Titanic achieved significant critical and commercial success, and then received numerous accolades. Nominated for 14 Academy Awards, it tied All About Titanic cast (1950) for the most Oscar nominations, and won 11, including the awards for Best Picture and Best Director, tying Titanic cast (1959) for the most Oscars won by a single film.

With an initial worldwide gross of over $1.84 billion, Titanic was the first film to reach the billion-dollar mark. It remained the highest-grossing film of all time until another Cameron film, Avatar, surpassed it in 2010.

A 3D version of Titanic, released on April 4, titanic cast, to commemorate the centennial of the sinking, earned it an additional $343.6 million worldwide, pushing the film's worldwide total to $2.195 billion and making it the second film to gross more than $2 billion worldwide (after Avatar). In 2017, the film was re-released for its 20th anniversary and was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry for being "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant".

Contents • 1 Plot • 2 Cast • 2.1 Fictional characters • 2.2 Historical characters • 2.3 Cameos • 3 Pre-production • 3.1 Writing and inspiration • 3.2 Scale modeling • 4 Production • 5 Post-production • 5.1 Effects • 5.2 Titanic cast • 5.3 Music and soundtrack • 5.4 Heart of the Ocean • 6 Release • 6.1 Initial screening • 6.2 Box office • 6.2.1 Initial theatrical run • 6.2.2 Commercial analysis • 6.3 Critical reception • 6.3.1 Contemporary • 6.3.2 Retrospective • 6.4 Accolades • 7 Home media • 7.1 3D conversion • 8 Titanic Live • 9 Merchandise • 10 See also • 11 Notes • 12 References • 13 Further reading • 14 External links Plot In 1996, aboard the research vessel Akademik Mstislav Keldysh, Brock Lovett and his team search the wreck of RMS Titanic.

They recover a safe they hope contains a necklace with a large diamond known as the Heart of the Ocean. Instead, they only find a drawing of a young nude woman wearing the necklace. The sketch is dated April 14, 1912, the same day the Titanic struck the iceberg that caused it to sink. [Note 1] Rose Dawson Calvert, the woman in the drawing, is brought aboard Keldysh. She recounts her experiences aboard Titanic. In 1912 Southampton, 17-year-old Rose DeWitt Bukater, her wealthy fiancé Caledon "Cal" Hockley, and Rose's widowed mother, Ruth, board the Titanic.

Ruth emphasizes that Rose's marriage to Cal will resolve the family's financial problems and maintain their upper-class status. Meanwhile, Jack Dawson, a poor young artist, wins a third-class Titanic ticket in a poker game. After setting sail, Rose, distraught over her loveless engagement, climbs over the stern railing, intending to jump overboard.

Jack titanic cast and coaxes her back onto the deck. The two develop a tentative friendship, but when Cal and Ruth strongly object, Rose acquiesces and discourages Jack's attention. She soon realizes she has feelings for Jack. Rose brings Jack to her state room and pays him a coin to sketch her nude, wearing only the Heart of the Ocean necklace. They later evade Cal's servant, Lovejoy, and have sex in an automobile inside the cargo hold. On the forward deck, they witness the ship's collision with an iceberg and overhear its officers and builder discussing the serious situation.

Cal discovers Jack's sketch and Rose's insulting note left titanic cast his safe, along with the necklace. When Jack and Rose return to warn the others about the collision, Cal has Lovejoy slip the necklace into Jack's pocket to frame him for theft. Jack is then confined in the master-at-arms' office.

Cal then puts the necklace into his own overcoat pocket. With the ship sinking, Rose flees Cal and her mother, who has boarded a lifeboat. Rose finds and frees Jack, and they barely make it back to the boat deck. Cal and Jack urge Rose to board a lifeboat. Having arranged to save himself, Cal falsely claims he can get Jack safely off the ship.

As her lifeboat is lowered, Rose, unable to abandon Jack, jumps back on board. Cal grabs Lovejoy's pistol and titanic cast Rose and Jack into the flooding first-class dining saloon.

They get away, and Cal realizes that he gave his coat, and consequently the necklace, to Rose; he later boards a lifeboat posing as a lost child's father.

Jack and Rose return to the boat deck. The lifeboats have departed and the ship's stern is rising as the flooded bow sinks. As passengers fall to their deaths, Jack and Rose desperately cling to the stern rail. The upended ship breaks in half and the bow section dives downward.

The remaining stern slams back onto the ocean, then upends again before it, too, sinks. In the freezing water, Jack helps Rose onto a wooden panel buoyant enough for only one person and makes her promise to survive. Rose is saved by a returning lifeboat, keeping her promise, and Jack dies of hypothermia. The RMS Carpathia rescues the survivors; Rose avoids Cal by hiding among the steerage passengers and gives her name as Rose Dawson. Still wearing Cal's overcoat, she discovers titanic cast necklace tucked inside the pocket.

In the present, Rose says she later heard that Cal committed suicide after losing his fortune in the Wall Street Crash of 1929. Lovett abandons his search after hearing Rose's story. Alone on the stern of Keldysh, Rose takes out the Heart of the Ocean, which has been in her possession all along, and drops it into the sea over the wreck site.

While she is seemingly asleep in her bed, [8] her photos on the dresser depict a life of freedom and adventure inspired by her early conversations with Jack. A young Rose reunites with Jack at Titanic 's Grand Staircase, applauded by those who died on the ship. Cast Fictional characters Leonardo DiCaprio (top, pictured in 2014), who portrayed Jack Dawson, and Kate Winslet (pictured in 2011), who portrayed Rose DeWitt Bukater.

• Leonardo DiCaprio as Jack Dawson: Cameron said he needed the cast to feel they were really on the Titanic, to relive its liveliness, and "to take that energy and give it to Jack.

. an artist who is able to have his heart soar". [9] Jack is portrayed as an itinerant, poor orphan from Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, who has travelled the world, including Paris. He wins two third-class tickets for the Titanic in a poker game and travels with his friend Fabrizio.

He is attracted to Rose at first sight. Her fiancé's invitation to dine with them the next evening enables Jack to mix with the first-class passengers for a night. Though established actors like Matthew McConaughey, Chris O'Donnell, Billy Crudup, and Stephen Dorff were considered, Cameron felt they were too old for the part of a 20-year-old.

[10] [11] Tom Cruise was interested, but his asking price was too high. [11] Cameron considered Jared Leto for the role, but Leto refused to audition. [12] Jeremy Sisto did a series of screen tests with Winslet and three other actresses vying for the role of Rose. [13] DiCaprio, 21 years old at the time, was brought to Cameron's attention by casting director Mali Finn.

[10] Initially, he did not want the role and refused to read his first romantic scene ( see below). Cameron said, "He read it once, then started goofing around, and I could never get him to focus on it again. But for one split second, a shaft of light came down from the heavens and lit up the forest." Cameron strongly believed in DiCaprio's acting ability and told him, "Look, I'm not going to make this guy brooding and neurotic. I'm not going to give him a tic and a limp and all the things you want." Cameron envisioned the character as a James Stewart type.

[10] Although Jack Dawson was a fictional character, in Fairview Cemetery in Halifax, Nova Titanic cast, where 121 victims are buried, there is a grave labeled "J.

Dawson". The real J. Dawson was Joseph Dawson, a trimmer in the engine room. "It wasn't until after the movie came out that we found out that there was a J. Dawson gravestone," said the film's producer, Jon Landau, in an interview. [14] • Kate Winslet as Rose DeWitt Bukater: Cameron said Winslet "had the titanic cast that you look for" and that there was "a quality in titanic cast face, in her eyes," that he "just knew people would be ready to go the distance with her".

[9] Rose is a 17-year-old girl, originally from Philadelphia, who is forced into an engagement to 30-year-old Cal Hockley so she and her mother, Ruth, can maintain their high-class status after her father's death had left the family debt-ridden. Rose boards the RMS Titanic with Cal and Ruth, as a first-class passenger, and meets Jack. Winslet said of her character, "She has got a lot to give, and she's got a very open heart. And she wants to explore and adventure the world, but she [feels] that's not going to happen." [9] Gwyneth Paltrow, Winona Ryder, Claire Danes, Gabrielle Anwar, and Reese Witherspoon had been considered for the role.

[10] [15] [16] [17] When they turned it down, Winslet campaigned heavily for the role. She sent Cameron daily notes from England, which led Cameron to invite her to Hollywood for auditions. As with DiCaprio, casting director Mali Finn originally brought her to Cameron's attention. When looking for a Rose, Cameron described the character as "an Audrey Hepburn type" and was initially uncertain about casting Winslet even after her screen test impressed him.

[10] After she screen tested with DiCaprio, Winslet was so thoroughly impressed with him, that she whispered to Cameron, "He's great. Titanic cast if you don't pick me, pick him." Winslet sent Cameron a single rose with a card titanic cast, "From Your Rose", and lobbied him by phone. "You don't understand!" she pleaded one day when she reached him by mobile phone in his Humvee. "I am Rose!

I don't know why you're even seeing anyone else!" Her persistence, as well as her talent, eventually convinced him to cast her in the role. [10] • Billy Zane as Caledon Hockley: Caledon is Rose's arrogant and snobbish 30-year-old fiancé, who is the heir to a Pittsburgh steel fortune. He becomes increasingly embarrassed by, jealous of, and cruel about Rose's affection for Jack.

The part was originally offered to Matthew McConaughey, [11] and Rob Lowe titanic cast also gone on the record as having pursued it. [18] • Frances Fisher as Ruth DeWitt Bukater: Rose's widowed mother, who arranges her daughter's engagement to Cal to maintain her family's high-society status.

She loves her daughter but believes that social position is more important than having a loving marriage. She strongly dislikes Jack, even though he saved her daughter's life. • Gloria Stuart as Rose Dawson Calvert: Rose narrates the film in a modern-day framing device.

Cameron stated, "In order to see the present and the past, I decided to create a fictional survivor who is [close to] 101 years, and she connects us in a way through history." [9] Titanic cast 100-year-old Rose gives Lovett information regarding the "Heart of the Ocean" after he discovers a nude drawing of her in the wreck. She shares the story of her time aboard the ship, and speaks about her relationship with Jack for the first time since the sinking.

At 87, Stuart had to be made up to look older for the role. [11] Of casting Stuart, Cameron stated, "My casting director found her. She was sent out on a mission to find retired actresses from the Golden Age of the thirties and forties." [19] Cameron said that he did not know who Stuart was, and Fay Wray was also considered for the role. "But [Stuart] was just so into it, and so lucid, and had such a great spirit.

And I saw the connection between her spirit and [Winslet's] spirit," stated Cameron. "I saw this joie de titanic cast in both of them, that I thought the audience would be able to make that cognitive leap that it's the same person." [19] • Bill Paxton as Brock Lovett: A treasure hunter looking for the "Heart of the Ocean" in the wreck of the Titanic in the present.

Time and funding for his expedition are running out. He later reflects at the film's conclusion that, titanic cast thinking about Titanic for three years, he has never understood it until he hears Rose's story. • Suzy Amis as Lizzy Calvert: Rose's granddaughter, who accompanies her when she visits Lovett on the ship and learns of her grandmother's romantic past with Jack Dawson. • Danny Nucci as Fabrizio: Jack's Italian best friend, who boards the RMS Titanic with him after Jack wins two tickets in a poker game.

Fabrizio does not board a lifeboat when the Titanic sinks and is killed when one of the ship's funnels breaks and crashes into the water, crushing him and several other passengers to death. • David Warner as Spicer Lovejoy: An ex- Pinkerton constable, Lovejoy is Cal's English valet and bodyguard, who keeps an eye on Rose and is suspicious about the circumstances surrounding Jack rescuing her.

He dies when the Titanic splits in half, causing him to fall into a massive opening. Warner had appeared in the 1979 TV miniseries S.O.S. Titanic. • Jason Barry as Tommy Ryan: An Irish third-class passenger who befriends Jack and Fabrizio. Tommy is titanic cast when he is accidentally pushed forward and shot by a panicked First Officer Murdoch. Historical characters Although not intended to be an entirely accurate depiction of events, [20] the film includes portrayals of several historical figures: The real Margaret Brown (right) giving Captain Arthur Henry Rostron titanic cast award for his service in the rescue of Titanic 's surviving passengers.

• Kathy Bates as Margaret "Molly" Brown: Brown is looked down upon by titanic cast first-class women, including Ruth, as "vulgar" and " new money". She is friendly to Jack and lends him a suit of evening clothes (bought for her son) when he is invited to dinner in the first-class dining saloon. She was dubbed "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" by historians because, with the support of other women, she commandeered Lifeboat 6 from Quartermaster Robert Hichens.

[21] Some aspects of this altercation are portrayed in Cameron's film. • Victor Garber as Thomas Andrews: The ship's builder, Andrews is portrayed as a kind, decent man who is modest about his grand achievement. After the collision, he tries to convince the others, particularly Ismay, that it is a "mathematical certainty" that the ship will sink.

He is depicted during the sinking of the ship as standing next to the clock in the first-class smoking room, lamenting his failure to build a strong and safe ship. Although this has become one of the most famous legends of the sinking of the Titanic, this story, which was published in a 1912 book ( Thomas Andrews: Shipbuilder) and therefore perpetuated, came from John Stewart, a steward on the ship who in fact left the ship in boat no.15 at approximately 1:40 a.m.

[22] There were testimonies of sightings of Andrews after that moment. [22] It appears that Andrews stayed in the smoking room for some time to gather his thoughts, then he continued assisting with the evacuation. [22] Another reported sighting was of Andrews frantically throwing deck chairs into the ocean for passengers to use as floating devices. Andrews was last seen leaving the ship at the last moment.

• Bernard Hill as Captain Edward John Smith: Smith planned to make the Titanic his final voyage before retiring. He retreats into the wheelhouse on the bridge as the ship sinks, dying when the windows implode from the water whilst he clings to the ship's wheel. There are conflicting accounts as to whether he died in this manner or later froze to death in the water near the capsized collapsible lifeboat "B". [23] • Jonathan Hyde as J. Bruce Ismay: White Star Line’s ignorant, boorish managing director, who influences Captain Smith to go faster with the prospect of an earlier arrival in New York and favorable press attention; while this action appears in popular portrayals of the disaster, it is unsupported by evidence.

[24] [25] After the collision, he struggles to comprehend that his "unsinkable" ship is doomed. Ismay later boards Collapsible C (one of the last lifeboats to leave the ship) just before it is lowered. He was branded a coward by the press and public for surviving the disaster while many women and children had drowned.

• Eric Braeden as John Jacob Astor IV: A first-class passenger whom Rose (correctly) calls the richest man on the ship. The film depicts Astor and his 18-year-old wife Madeleine ( Charlotte Chatton) as being introduced to Jack by Rose in the first-class dining saloon.

During the introduction, Astor asks if Jack is connected to the "Boston Dawsons", a question Jack deflects by saying that he is instead affiliated with the Chippewa Falls Dawsons. Astor is last seen as the Grand Staircase glass dome implodes and water surges in. • Bernard Fox as Colonel Archibald Gracie IV: The film depicts Gracie making a comment to Cal that "women and machinery don't mix", and congratulating Jack for saving Rose from falling off the ship, though he is unaware that it was a suicide attempt.

Fox had portrayed Frederick Fleet in the 1958 film A Night to Remember. • Michael Ensign as Benjamin Guggenheim: A mining magnate traveling in first-class. He shows off his French mistress Madame Aubert (Fannie Brett) to his fellow passengers while his wife and three daughters wait for him at home.

When Jack joins the other first-class passengers for dinner after his rescue of Rose, Guggenheim refers to him as a "bohemian". He is seen in the flooding Grand Staircase during the sinking, saying he is prepared to go down as a gentleman. Wallace Hartley. Titanic 's bandmaster and violinist.

• Jonathan Evans-Jones as Wallace Hartley: The ship's bandmaster and violinist who plays uplifting music with his colleagues on the boat deck as the ship sinks. As the final plunge begins, he leads the band in a final performance of " Nearer, My God, to Thee", to the tune of Bethany, [26] [27] and dies in the sinking. • Mark Lindsay Chapman as Chief Officer Henry Wilde: The ship's chief officer, who lets Cal on board a lifeboat because he has a child in his arms.

Before he dies, he tries to get the boats to return to the sinking site to rescue passengers by blowing his whistle. After he freezes to death, Rose uses his whistle to attract the attention of Fifth Officer Lowe, which leads to her rescue.

• Ewan Stewart as First Officer William Murdoch: The titanic cast who is put in charge of the bridge on the night the ship struck the iceberg.

During a rush for the lifeboats, Murdoch shoots Tommy Ryan as well as another passenger in a momentary panic, then commits suicide by shooting himself in the head. When Murdoch's nephew Scott saw the film, he objected to his uncle's portrayal as damaging to Murdoch's heroic reputation. [28] Titanic cast few months later, Fox vice-president Scott Neeson went to Dalbeattie, Scotland, where Murdoch lived, to deliver a personal apology, and also presented a £5000 donation to Dalbeattie High School to boost the school's William Murdoch Memorial Prize.

[29] Cameron apologized on the DVD commentary, but stated that there were officers who fired gunshots to enforce the "women and children first" policy. [30] According to Cameron, his depiction of Murdoch is that of an "honorable man," not of a man "gone bad" or of a "cowardly murderer." He added, "I'm not sure you'd find that same sense of responsibility and total devotion to duty today.

This guy had half of his lifeboats launched before his counterpart on the port side had even launched one. That says something about character and heroism." [31] • Jonathan Phillips as Second Officer Charles Lightoller.

Lightoller took charge of the port side evacuation. The film depicts Lightoller informing Captain Smith that it will be difficult to see icebergs without breaking water and following the collision suggesting the crew should begin boarding women and children to the lifeboats.

He is seen brandishing a gun and threatening to use it to keep order. He can be seen on top of Collapsible B when the first funnel collapses. Lightoller was the most senior officer to have survived the disaster.

• Simon Crane as Fourth Officer Joseph Boxhall: The officer in charge of firing flares and manning Lifeboat 2 during the sinking. He is shown on the bridge wings helping the seamen firing the flares. • Ioan Gruffudd as Fifth Officer Harold Lowe: The ship's only officer to lead a lifeboat to retrieve survivors of the sinking from the icy waters. The film depicts Lowe rescuing Rose. • Edward Fletcher as Sixth Officer James Moody: The ship's only junior officer to have died in the sinking.

The film depicts Moody admitting Jack and Fabrizio onto the ship only moments before it departs from Southampton. Titanic cast is later shown following Mr. Murdoch's orders to put the ship to full speed ahead, and informs Titanic cast Officer Murdoch about the iceberg.

He is last seen clinging to one of the davits on the starboard side after having unsuccessfully attempted to launch collapsible A. • James Lancaster as Father Thomas Byles: Second-class passenger Father Byles, a Catholic priest from England, is portrayed praying and consoling passengers during the ship's final moments.

• Lew Palter and Elsa Raven as Isidor Straus and Ida Straus: Isidor is a former owner of R.H. Macy and Company, a former congressman from New York, and a member of the New York and New Jersey Bridge Commission. During the sinking, his wife Ida is offered a place in a lifeboat, but refuses, saying that she will honor her wedding pledge by staying with Isidor. They are last seen lying on their bed embracing each other as water fills their stateroom. • Martin Jarvis as Sir Cosmo Duff-Gordon: A Scottish baronet who is rescued in Lifeboat 1.

Lifeboats 1 and 2 were emergency boats with a capacity of 40. Situated at the forward end of the boat deck, these were kept ready to launch in case of a person falling overboard.

On the night of the disaster, Lifeboat 1 was the fourth to be launched, with 12 people aboard, including Duff-Gordon, his wife and her secretary. The baronet was much criticized for his conduct during the incident.

It was suggested that he had boarded the emergency boat in violation of the "women and children first" policy and that the boat had failed to return to rescue those struggling in the water. He offered five pounds to each of the lifeboat's crew, which those critical of his conduct viewed as a bribe. The Duff-Gordons at the time (and his wife's secretary in a letter written at the time and rediscovered in 2007) stated that there titanic cast been no women or children waiting to board in the vicinity of the launching of their boat, and there is confirmation that lifeboat 1 of the Titanic was almost empty and that First Officer William Titanic cast was apparently glad to offer Duff-Gordon and his wife and her secretary a place (simply to fill it) after they had asked if they could get on.

Duff-Gordon denied that his offer of money to the lifeboat crew represented a bribe. The British Board of Trade's inquiry into the disaster accepted Duff-Gordon's denial of bribing the crew, but maintained that, if the emergency boat had rowed towards the people who were in the water, it might very well have been able to rescue some of them.

[32] [33] • Rosalind Ayres as Lady Duff-Gordon: A world-famous fashion designer and Sir Cosmo's wife. She is rescued in Lifeboat 1 with her husband. She and her husband never lived down rumors that they had forbidden the lifeboat's crew to return to the wreck site in case they would be swamped. [34] [35] [36] • Rochelle Rose as Noël Leslie, Countess of Rothes: The Countess is shown to be friendly with Cal and titanic cast DeWitt Bukaters. Despite being of a higher status in society than Sir Cosmo and Lady Duff-Gordon, she is kind, and helps row the boat and even looks after the steerage passengers.

• Scott G. Anderson as Frederick Fleet: Titanic cast lookout who saw the iceberg. Fleet escapes the sinking ship aboard Lifeboat 6. • Paul Brightwell as Quartermaster Robert Hichens: One of the ship's six quartermasters titanic cast at the ship's wheel at the time of collision. He is in charge of lifeboat 6. He refuses to go back and pick up survivors after the sinking and eventually the boat is commandeered by Molly Brown.

• Martin East as Reginald Lee: The other lookout in the crow's nest. He survives the sinking. • Gregory Cooke as Jack Phillips: Senior wireless operator on board the Titanic whom Captain Smith ordered to send the distress signal. • Craig Kelly as Harold Bride: Junior wireless operator on board the Titanic. • Liam Tuohy as Chief Baker Charles Joughin: The baker appears in the film helping Rose stand up after she falls, following her and Jack to the ship's stern, and finally hanging onto the ship's railing as it sinks, drinking brandy from a flask.

According to the real Joughin's testimony, he rode the ship down and stepped into the water without getting his hair wet. He also admitted to hardly feeling the cold, most likely thanks to alcohol. [37] In a deleted scene, he's shown throwing deckchairs overboard before taking a drink from his bottle. [38] [39] • Terry Forrestal as Chief Engineer Joseph G. Bell: Bell and his men worked until the last minute to keep the lights and the power on in order for distress signals to get out.

Bell and all of the engineers died in the bowels of the Titanic. Cameos Several crew titanic cast of the Akademik Mstislav Keldysh appear in the film, including Anatoly Sagalevich, creator and pilot of the MIR self-propelled Deep Submergence Vehicle. [40] Anders Falk, who filmed a documentary about the film's sets for the Titanic Historical Society, makes a cameo appearance in the film as a Swedish immigrant whom Jack Dawson meets when he enters his cabin; Edward Kamuda and Karen Kamuda, then President and Vice President of the Society who served as film consultants, were cast as extras in the film.

[41] [42] Pre-production Writing and inspiration "The story could not have been written better.The juxtaposition of rich and poor, the gender roles played out unto death (women first), the stoicism and nobility of a bygone age, the magnificence of the great ship matched in scale only by the folly of the men who drove her hell-bent through the darkness.

And above all the lesson: that life is uncertain, the future unknowable.the unthinkable possible." – James Cameron [43] James Cameron has long had a fascination with shipwrecks, and for him the RMS Titanic was "the Mount Everest of shipwrecks". [44] [45] [46] He was almost past the point in his life when he felt he could consider an undersea expedition, but said he still had "a mental restlessness" to live the life he had turned away from when he switched from the sciences to the arts in college.

So when an IMAX film was made from footage shot of the wreck itself, he decided to seek Hollywood funding to "pay for an expedition and do the same thing".

It was "not because I particularly wanted to make the movie," Cameron said. "I wanted to dive to the shipwreck." [44] Cameron wrote a scriptment for a Titanic film, [47] met with 20th Century Fox executives including Peter Chernin, and pitched it as " Romeo and Juliet on the Titanic".

[45] [46] Cameron stated, "They were like, 'Oooooohkaaaaaay – a three-hour romantic epic? Sure, that's just what we want. Is there a little bit of Terminator in that?

Any Harrier jets, shoot-outs, or car chases?' I said, 'No, no, no. It's titanic cast like that. '" [10] The studio was dubious about the idea's commercial prospects, but, hoping for a long-term titanic cast with Cameron, they gave him a greenlight. [10] [11] [19] Director, writer and producer James Cameron ( pictured in 2000) Cameron convinced Fox to promote the film based on the publicity afforded by shooting the Titanic wreck itself, [47] and organized several dives to the site over a period of two years.

[43] "My pitch on that had to be a little more detailed," said Titanic cast. "So I said, 'Look, we've got to do this whole opening where they're exploring the Titanic and they find the diamond, so we're going to have all these shots of the ship." Cameron stated, "Now, we can either do them with elaborate models and motion control shots and CG and all that, which will cost X amount of money – or we can spend X plus 30 per cent and actually go shoot it at the real wreck." [45] The crew shot at the real wreck in the Atlantic Ocean twelve times in 1995.

At that depth, with a water pressure of 6,000 pounds per square inch, "one small flaw in the vessel's superstructure would mean instant death for all on board." Not only were the dives high-risk, titanic cast adverse conditions prevented Cameron from getting the high-quality footage that he wanted. [11] During one dive, one of the submersibles collided with Titanic titanic cast hull, damaging both sub and ship, and leaving fragments of the submersible's propeller shroud scattered around the superstructure.

The external bulkhead of Captain Smith's quarters collapsed, exposing the interior. The area around the entrance to the Grand Staircase was also damaged.

[48] Descending to the actual site made both Cameron and crew want "to live up titanic cast that level of reality . But there was another level of reaction coming away from the real wreck, which was that it wasn't just a story, it wasn't just a drama," he said. "It was an event that happened to real people who really died. Working around the wreck for so much time, you get such a strong sense of the profound sadness and injustice of it, and the message of it." Cameron stated, "You think, 'There probably aren't going to be many filmmakers who go to Titanic.

There may never be another one – maybe a documentarian." Due to this, he felt "a great mantle of responsibility to convey the emotional message of it – to do that part of it right, too".

[19] After filming the underwater shots, Cameron began writing the screenplay. [47] He wanted to honor the people who died during the sinking, so he spent six months researching all of the Titanic 's crew and passengers. [43] "I read everything I could. I created an extremely detailed timeline of the ship's few days and a very detailed timeline of the last night of its life," he said.

[45] "And I worked within that to write the script, and I got some historical experts to analyze what I'd written and comment on it, and I adjusted it." [45] He paid meticulous attention to detail, even including a scene depicting the Californian 's role in Titanic 's demise, though this was later cut (see below).

From the beginning of the shoot, they had "a very clear picture" of what happened on the ship that night. "I had a library that filled one whole wall of my writing office with Titanic stuff, because I wanted it to be right, especially if we were going to dive to the ship," he said. "That set the bar higher in a way – it elevated the movie in a sense. We wanted this to be a definitive visualization of this moment in history as if you'd gone back in a time machine and shot it." [45] Cameron was influenced in his crafting of the film by the 1958 British production A Night to Remember, which he had seen as a youth.

He liberally copied some dialogue and scenes from that film, including the lively party of the passengers in steerage, [49] and the musicians playing on the deck during the sinking of the ship. [20] Cameron felt the Titanic sinking was "like a great novel that really happened", but that the event had become a mere morality tale; the film would give audiences the experience of living the history.

[43] The treasure hunter Brock Lovett represented those who never connected with the human element of the tragedy, [40] while the blossoming romance of Jack and Rose, Cameron believed, would be the most engaging part of the story: when their love is finally destroyed, the audience would mourn the loss. [43] He said: "All my films are love stories, but in Titanic I finally got the balance right.

It's not a disaster film. It's a love story with titanic cast fastidious overlay of real history." [19] Cameron framed the romance with the elderly Rose to make the intervening years palpable and poignant. [43] While Winslet and Stuart stated their belief that, instead of being asleep in her bed, the character dies at the end of the film, [50] [51] Cameron said that he would rather not reveal what he intended with the ending because "[t]he answer has to be something you supply personally; individually." [8] Scale modeling The reconstruction of the RMS Titanic.

The blueprints were supplied by the original ship's builder and Cameron tried to make the ship as detailed and accurate as possible. [52] [53] Harland and Wolff, the RMS Titanic 's builders, opened their private archives to the crew, sharing blueprints that were thought lost. For the ship's interiors, production designer Peter Lamont's team looked for artifacts from the era. The newness of the ship meant every prop had to be made from scratch.

[52] Fox acquired 40 acres of waterfront south of Playas de Rosarito in Mexico, and began building a new studio on May 31, 1996. A horizon tank of seventeen million gallons was built for the exterior of the reconstructed ship, providing 270 degrees of ocean view. The ship was built to full scale, but Lamont removed redundant sections on the superstructure and forward well deck for the ship to fit in the tank, with the remaining sections filled with digital models.

The lifeboats and funnels were shrunken by ten percent. The boat deck and A-deck were working sets, but the rest of the ship was just steel plating. Within was a fifty-foot lifting platform for the ship to tilt during the sinking sequences. The 60 foot 1/8th scale model of the stern section was designed by naval architect Jay Kantola utilizing plans of titanic cast Titanic's sister ship RMS Olympic.

[54] Towering above was a 162-foot-tall (49 m) tower crane on 600 feet (180 m) of rail track, acting as a combined construction, lighting, and camera platform. [40] The sets representing the interior rooms of the Titanic were reproduced exactly as originally built, using photographs and plans from the Titanic 's builders.

The Grand Staircase, which features prominently in the film, was recreated to a high standard of authenticity, though it was widened 30% compared to the original and reinforced with steel girders.

Craftsmen from Mexico and Britain sculpted the ornate paneling and plaster-work based on Titanic 's original designs. [55] The carpeting, upholstery, individual pieces of furniture, light fixtures, chairs, cutlery and crockery with the White Star Line crest on each piece were among the objects recreated according to original designs.

[56] Cameron additionally hired two Titanic historians, Don Lynch and Ken Marschall, to authenticate the historical detail in the film. [11] Production Principal photography for Titanic began in July 1996 at Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, with the filming of the modern-day expedition scenes aboard the Akademik Mstislav Keldysh. [40] In September 1996, the production moved to the newly built Fox Baja Studios in Rosarito, Mexico, where a full-scale RMS Titanic had been constructed.

[40] The poop deck was built on a hinge which could rise from zero to 90 degrees in a few seconds, just as the ship's stern rose during the sinking. [57] For the safety of the stuntmen, many props were made of foam rubber. [58] By November 15, the boarding scenes were being shot. [57] Cameron chose to build his RMS Titanic on the starboard side as a study of weather data revealed it was a prevailing north-to-south wind which blew the funnel smoke aft.

This posed a problem for shooting the ship's departure from Southampton, as it was docked on its port side. Implementation of written directions, as well as props and costumes, had to be reversed; for example, if someone walked to their right in the script, they had to walk left during shooting.

In post-production, the film was flipped to the correct direction. [59] A full-time etiquette coach was hired to instruct the cast in the manners titanic cast the upper class gentility in 1912.

[11] Despite this, several critics picked up on anachronisms in the film, not least involving the two main stars. [60] [61] Cameron's nude sketch of Rose wearing the " Heart of the Ocean".

The associated nude scene was one of the first scenes shot, as the main set was not yet ready. [19] Cameron sketched Jack's nude portrait of Rose titanic cast for a scene which he feels has the backdrop of repression. "You know what it means for her, the freedom she must be feeling. It's kind of exhilarating for that reason," he said.

[19] The nude scene was DiCaprio and Winslet's first scene together. "It wasn't by any kind of design, although I couldn't have designed it better. There's a nervousness and an energy and a hesitance in them," Cameron stated. "They had rehearsed together, but they hadn't shot anything together.

If I'd had a choice, I probably would have preferred to put it deeper into the body of the shoot." Cameron said he and his crew "were just trying to find things to shoot" because the big set "wasn't ready for months, so we were scrambling around trying to fill in anything we could get to shoot." After seeing the scene on film, Cameron felt it worked out considerably well.

[19] Other times on the set were not as smooth. The shoot was an arduous experience that "cemented Cameron's formidable reputation as 'the scariest man in Hollywood'. He became known as an uncompromising, hard-charging perfectionist" and a "300-decibel screamer, a modern-day Captain Bligh with a megaphone and walkie-talkie, swooping down into people's faces on a 162ft crane".

[63] Winslet chipped a bone in her elbow during filming and had been worried that she would drown in the 17m-gallon water tank in which the ship was to be sunk. "There were times when I was genuinely frightened of him. Jim has a temper like you wouldn't believe," she said. [63] "'God damn it!' he would yell at some poor crew member, 'that's exactly what I didn't want!'" [63] Her co-star, Bill Paxton, was familiar with Cameron's work ethic from his earlier experience with him.

"There were a lot of people on the set. Jim is not one of those guys who has the time to win hearts and minds," he said. [63] The crew felt Cameron had an evil alter ego and so nicknamed him "Mij" (Jim spelled backwards). [63] In response to the criticism, Cameron stated, titanic cast is war. A great battle between business and aesthetics." [63] During the Akademik Mstislav Keldysh shoot in Canada, an angry crew member put the dissociative drug PCP into the soup that Cameron and various others ate one night in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.

[10] [64] It sent more than 50 people to the hospital, including Paxton. [64] "There were people just rolling around, completely out of it. Some of them said they were seeing streaks and psychedelics," said actor Lewis Abernathy. [10] Cameron managed to vomit before the drug took a full hold. Abernathy was shocked at the way he looked.

"One eye was completely red, like the Terminator eye. A pupil, no iris, beet red. The other eye looked like he'd been sniffing glue since he was four." [10] [63] The person behind the poisoning was never caught.

[50] [65] The filming schedule was intended to last 138 days but grew to 160. Many cast members came down with colds, flu, or kidney infections after spending hours in cold water, including Winslet.

In the end, she decided she would not work with Cameron again unless she earned "a lot of money". [65] Several others left the production, and three stuntmen broke their bones, but the Screen Actors Guild decided, following an investigation, that nothing was inherently unsafe about the set.

[65] Additionally, DiCaprio said there was no point when he felt he was in danger during filming. [66] Cameron believed in a passionate work ethic and never apologized for the way he ran his sets, although he acknowledged: I'm demanding, and I'm demanding on my crew.

In terms of being kind of militaresque, I think there's an element of that in dealing with thousands of extras and big logistics and keeping people safe. I think you have to have a fairly strict methodology in dealing with a large number of people. [65] The costs of filming Titanic eventually began to mount and finally reached $200 million, [4] [5] [6] a bit over $1 million per minute of screen time.

[67] Fox executives panicked and suggested an hour of specific cuts from the three-hour film. They argued the extended length would mean fewer showings, thus less revenue, even though long epics are more likely to help directors win Oscars. Cameron refused, telling Fox, "You want to cut my movie? You're going to have to fire me!

You want to fire me? You're going to have to kill me!" [10] The executives did not want to start over, because it would mean the loss of their entire investment, but they also initially rejected Cameron's offer of forfeiting his share of the profits as an empty gesture, as they predicted profits would be unlikely. [10] Cameron explained forfeiting his share as complex.

". the short version is that the film cost proportionally much more than T2 and True Lies. Those films went up seven or eight percent from the initial budget. Titanic also had a large budget to begin with, but it went up a lot more," he said. "As the producer and director, I take responsibility for the studio that's writing the checks, so I made it less painful for them. I did that on two different occasions. They didn't force me to do it; they were glad that I did." [19] Post-production Effects Cameron wanted to push the boundary of special effects with his film, and enlisted Digital Domain and Pacific Data Images to continue the developments in digital technology which the director pioneered while working on The Abyss and Terminator 2: Judgment Day.

Many previous films about the RMS Titanic shot water in slow motion, which did not look wholly convincing. [68] Cameron encouraged his crew to shoot their 45-foot-long (14 m) miniature of the ship as if "we're making a commercial for the White Star Line". [69] Afterwards, digital water and smoke were added, as were extras captured on a motion capture stage.

Visual effects supervisor Rob Legato scanned the faces of many actors, including himself and his children, for the digital extras and stuntmen. There was also a 65-foot-long (20 m) model of the ship's stern that could break in two repeatedly, the only miniature to be used in water. [68] For scenes set in the ship's engines, footage of the SS Jeremiah O'Brien 's engines were composited with miniature support frames, and actors shot against a greenscreen. [70] In order to save money, the first-class lounge was a miniature set incorporated into a greenscreen backdrop behind the actors.

[71] The miniature of the Lounge would later be crushed to simulate the destruction of the room and a scale model of a First-Class corridor flooded with jets of water while the camera pans out. [72] Unlike previous Titanic films, Cameron's retelling of the disaster showed the ship breaking into two pieces before sinking entirely.

The scenes were an account of the moment's most likely outcome. An enclosed 5,000,000-US-gallon (19,000,000 L) tank was used for sinking interiors, in which the entire set could be tilted into the water. In order to sink the Grand Staircase, 90,000 US gallons (340,000 L) of water were dumped into the set as it was lowered into the tank. Unexpectedly, the waterfall ripped the staircase from its steel-reinforced foundations, although no one was hurt.

The 744-foot-long (227 m) exterior of the RMS Titanic had its first half lowered into the tank, but as the heaviest part of the ship it acted as a shock absorber against the water; to get the set into the water, Cameron had much of the set emptied and even smashed some of the promenade windows himself.

After submerging the dining saloon, three days were spent shooting Lovett's ROV traversing the wreck in the present. [40] The post-sinking scenes in the freezing Atlantic were shot in a titanic cast (1,300,000 L) tank, [73] where the frozen corpses were created by applying on actors a powder that crystallized when exposed to water, and wax was coated on hair and clothes. [52] The climactic scene, which features the breakup of the ship directly before it sinks as well titanic cast its final plunge to the bottom of the Atlantic, involved a tilting full-sized set, 150 extras, and 100 stunt performers.

Cameron criticized previous Titanic films for depicting the liner's final plunge as a graceful slide underwater. He "wanted to depict it as the terrifyingly chaotic event that it really was". [11] When carrying out the sequence, people needed to fall off the increasingly tilting deck, plunging hundreds of feet below and bouncing off of railings and propellers on the way down. A few attempts to film this sequence with stunt people resulted in some minor injuries, and Cameron halted the more dangerous stunts.

The risks were eventually minimized "by titanic cast computer-generated people for the dangerous falls". [11] A Linux-based operating system was utilized for the creation of the effects. [74] Editing There was one "crucial historical fact" Cameron chose to omit from the film – the SS Californian was close to the Titanic the night she sank but had turned off its radio for the night, did not hear her crew's SOS calls, and did not respond to their distress flares.

"Yes, the [SS] Californian. That wasn't a compromise to mainstream filmmaking. That was really more about emphasis, creating an emotional truth to the film," stated Cameron. He said there were aspects of retelling the sinking that seemed important in pre- and post-production, but turned out to be less important as the film evolved. "The story of the Californian was in there; we even shot a titanic cast of them switching off their Marconi titanic cast set," said Cameron.

"But I took it out. It was a clean cut, because it focuses you back onto that world. If Titanic is powerful as a metaphor, as a microcosm, for the end of the world in a sense, then that world must be self-contained." [19] During the first assembly cut, Cameron altered the planned ending, which had given resolution to Brock Lovett's story. In the original version of the ending, Brock and Lizzy see the elderly Rose at the stern of the boat and fear she is going to commit suicide.

Rose then reveals that she had the "Heart of the Ocean" diamond all along but never sold it, in order to live on her own without Cal's money. She tells Brock that life is priceless and throws the diamond into the ocean, after allowing him to hold it.

After accepting that treasure is worthless, Brock laughs at his stupidity. Rose then goes back to her cabin to sleep, whereupon the film ends in the same way as the final version. In the editing room, Cameron decided that by this point, the audience would no longer be interested in Brock Lovett and cut the resolution to his story, so that Rose is alone when she drops the diamond. He also did not want to disrupt the audience's melancholy after the Titanic 's sinking. [75] Paxton agreed that his scene with Brock's epiphany and laugh was unnecessary, stating that "I would have shot heroin to make the scene work better .you didn't really need anything from us.

Our job was done by then . If you're smart and you take the ego and the narcissism out of it, you'll listen to the film, and the film will tell you what it needs and what it does not need". [76] The version used for the first test screening featured a fight between Jack and Lovejoy which takes place after Jack and Rose escape into the flooded dining saloon, but the test audiences disliked it. [77] The scene was written to give the film more suspense, and featured Cal (falsely) offering to give Lovejoy, his valet, the "Heart of the Ocean" if he can get it from Jack and Rose.

Lovejoy goes after the pair in the sinking first-class dining room. Just as they titanic cast about to escape him, Lovejoy notices Rose's hand slap the water as it slips off the table behind which she is hiding. In revenge for framing him for the "theft" of the necklace, Jack attacks him and smashes his head against a glass window, which explains the gash on Lovejoy's head that can be seen when he dies in the completed version of the film.

In their reactions to the scene, test audiences said it would be unrealistic to risk one's life for wealth, and Cameron cut it for this reason, as well as for timing and pacing reasons.

Many other scenes were cut for similar reasons. [77] Music and soundtrack Main articles: Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture and Back to Titanic Cameron wrote Titanic while listening to the work of Irish new-age musician Enya. [78] He offered Enya the chance to compose for the film, but she declined. [79] Cameron instead chose James Horner to compose the film's score.

The two had parted ways after a tumultuous working experience on Aliens, [80] but Titanic cemented a successful collaboration that lasted until Horner's death. [81] For the vocals heard throughout the film, subsequently described by Earle Hitchner of The Wall Street Journal as "evocative", Horner chose Norwegian singer Sissel Kyrkjebø, commonly known as "Sissel". Horner knew Sissel from her album Innerst i sjelen, and he particularly liked how she sang " Eg veit i himmerik ei borg" ("I Know in Heaven There Is a Castle").

He had tried twenty-five or thirty singers before he finally chose Sissel as the voice to create specific moods within the film. [82] Horner additionally wrote the song " My Heart Will Go On" in secret with Will Jennings because Cameron did not want any songs with singing in the film. [83] Céline Dion agreed to record a demo with the persuasion of her husband René Angélil.

Horner waited until Cameron was in an appropriate mood before presenting him with the song. After playing it several times, Cameron declared his approval, although worried that he would have been criticized for "going commercial at the end of the movie". [83] Cameron also wanted to appease anxious studio executives and "saw that a hit song from his movie could only be a positive factor in guaranteeing titanic cast completion".

[11] Heart of the Ocean For the Heart of the Ocean design, London-based jewelers Asprey & Garrard used cubic zirconias set in white gold [84] to create an Edwardian-style necklace to be used as a prop in the film.

Asprey & Garrard produced and designed the necklaces: the result was three different and unique designs. Two of their designs were used in the film while the other went unused until after the film had been released. The three necklaces are commonly known as the original prop, the J. Peterman necklace, and the Asprey necklace. The three necklaces are all titanic cast similar but have distinguishable differences.

The third and final design was not used in the film. After the film's success, Asprey & Garrard were commissioned to create an authentic Heart of the Ocean necklace using the original design. The result was a platinum-set, 171-carat (34.2 g) heart-shaped Ceylon sapphire surrounded by 103 diamonds.

[84] This design featured a much larger inverted pear-shaped Ceylon sapphire with a subtle cleft to resemble a heart. The chain for this necklace also featured a mix of round, pear, and marquise cut white diamonds. The bail also featured a heart cut white diamond with another round cut diamond attached to an inverted pear shape diamond which was then attached to the cage of the main stone. The necklace was donated to Sotheby's auction house in Beverly Hills for an auction benefiting the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Titanic cast and Southern California's Aid For AIDS.

It was sold to an unidentified Asprey client [85] for $1.4 million, under the agreement that Celine Dion would wear it two nights later at the 1998 Academy Awards ceremony.

This necklace has since not been made available for public viewing. Release Initial screening 20th Century Fox and Paramount Pictures co-financed Titanic, with Paramount handling the North American distribution and Fox handling the international release. They expected Cameron to complete the film for a release on July 2, 1997.

The film was to be released on this date "to exploit the lucrative summer season ticket sales when blockbuster films usually do better". [11] In April, Cameron said the film's special effects were too complicated and that releasing the film for summer would not be possible.

[11] With production delays, Paramount pushed back the release date to December 19, 1997. [86] "This fueled speculation that the film itself was a disaster." A preview screening in Minneapolis on July 14 "generated positive reviews" and "[c]hatter on the internet was responsible for more favorable word of mouth about the [film]".

This eventually led to more positive media coverage. [11] The film premiered on November 1, 1997, at the Tokyo International Film Festival, [87] where reaction was described as "tepid" by The New York Times. [88] Positive reviews started to appear back in the United States; the official Hollywood premiere occurred on December 14, 1997, where "the big movie stars who attended the opening were enthusiastically gushing about the film to the world media".

[11] Box office Including revenue from the 2012 and 2017 reissues, Titanic earned $659.4 million in North America and $1.812 billion in other countries, for a worldwide total of $2.195 billion.

[7] It became the highest-grossing film titanic cast all time worldwide in 1998, and remained so for twelve years, until Avatar (2009), also written and directed by Cameron, surpassed it in 2010. [89] On March 1, 1998, [90] it became the first film to earn more than $1 billion worldwide [91] and on the weekend April 13–15, 2012—a century after the original vessel's foundering, Titanic became the second film to cross the $2 billion threshold during its 3D re-release.

[92] Box Office Mojo estimates that Titanic is the fifth highest-grossing film of all time in North America when adjusting for ticket price inflation. [93] The site also estimates that the film sold over 128 million tickets in the US in its initial theatrical run.

[94] Titanic was the first foreign-language film to succeed in India, which has the largest movie-going audience in the world. [95] A 2017 Hindustan Times report attributes this to the film's similarities and shared themes with most Bollywood films. [96] Initial theatrical run The film received steady attendance after opening in North America on Friday, December 19, 1997. By the end of that same weekend, theaters were beginning to sell out.

The film earned $8,658,814 on its opening day and $28,638,131 over the opening weekend from 2,674 theaters, averaging to about $10,710 per venue, and ranking number one at the box office, ahead of the eighteenth James Bond film, Tomorrow Never Dies. By New Year's Day, Titanic had made over $120 million, had increased in popularity and theaters continued to sell out. Its highest grossing single day was Saturday, February 14, 1998, on which it earned $13,048,711, more than eight weeks after its North American debut.

[97] [98] It stayed at number titanic cast for 15 consecutive weeks in North America, a record for any film. [99] The film stayed in theaters in North America for almost 10 months before finally closing on Thursday, October 1, 1998, with a final domestic gross of $600,788,188, [100] equivalent to $1014.2 million in 2021 [101].

Outside North America, the film made double its North American gross, generating $1,242,413,080 [102] and accumulating a grand total of $1,843,201,268 worldwide from its initial theatrical run. [103] Commercial analysis Before Titanic 's release, various film critics predicted the film would be a significant disappointment at the box office, especially since it was the most expensive film ever made at the time. [63] [104] [105] [106] When it was shown to the press in autumn of 1997, "it was with massive forebodings" since the "people in charge of the screenings believed they were on the verge of losing their jobs – because of this great albatross of a picture on which, finally, two studios had to combine to share the great load of its making".

[105] Cameron also thought he was "headed for disaster" at one point during filming. "We labored the last six months on Titanic in the absolute knowledge that the studio would lose titanic cast million. It was a certainty," he stated. [63] As the film neared release, "particular venom was spat at Cameron for what was seen as his hubris and monumental extravagance". A film critic for the Los Angeles Times wrote that "Cameron's overweening pride has come close to capsizing this project" and that the film was "a hackneyed, completely derivative copy of old Hollywood romances".

[63] "It's hard to forget the director on the stage of the Shrine Auditorium in LA, exultant, pumping a golden Oscar statuette into the air and shouting: 'I'm the king of the world!' As everyone knew, that was the most famous line in Titanic, exclaimed by Leonardo DiCaprio's character as he leaned into the wind on the prow of the doomed vessel.

Cameron's incantation of the line was a giant 'eff off', in front of a television audience approaching a billion, to all the naysayers, especially those sitting right in front of him." – Christopher Goodwin of The Times on Cameron's response to Titanic titanic cast criticism [63] When the film became a success, with an unprecedented box office performance, it was credited for being a love story that captured its viewers' emotions.

[104] The film was playing on 3,200 screens ten weeks after it opened, [105] and out of its fifteen straight weeks on top of the charts, jumped 43% in total sales in its ninth week of release. It earned over $20 million for each of its first 10 weekends, [107] and after 14 weeks was still bringing in more than $1 million on weekdays. [105] 20th Century Fox estimated that seven percent of American teenage girls had seen Titanic titanic cast by its fifth week. [108] Although young women who saw the film several times and subsequently caused " Leo-Mania" were often credited with having primarily propelled the film to its all-time box office record, [109] other reports have attributed the film's success to positive word of mouth and repeat viewership due to the love story combined with the ground-breaking special effects.

[107] [110] The Hollywood Reporter estimated that after a combined production and promotion cost of $487 million, the film turned a net profit of $1.4 billion, with a modern profit of as much as $4 billion after ancillary sources.

[111] Titanic 's impact on men has also been especially credited. [112] [113] [114] It is considered one of the films that make men cry, [112] [113] with MSNBC's Ian Hodder stating that men admire Jack's sense of adventure and his ambitious behavior to win over Rose, which contributes to their emotional attachment to Jack. [112] The film's ability to make men cry was briefly parodied in the 2009 film Zombieland, where character Tallahassee ( Woody Harrelson), when recalling the death of his young son, states: "I haven't cried like that since Titanic." [115] In 2010, the BBC analyzed the stigma over men crying during Titanic and films in general.

"Middle-aged men are not 'supposed' to cry during movies," stated Finlo Rohrer of the website, citing the ending of Titanic as having generated such tears, adding that "men, if they have felt weepy during [this film], have often tried to be surreptitious about it." Professor Mary Beth Oliver, of Penn State University, stated, "For many men, there is a great deal of pressure to avoid expression of 'female' emotions like sadness and fear.

From a very young age, males are taught that it is inappropriate to cry, and these lessons are often accompanied by a great deal of ridicule when the lessons aren't followed." Rohrer said, "Indeed, some men who might sneer at the idea of crying during Titanic will readily admit to becoming choked up during Saving Private Ryan or Platoon." For men in general, "the idea of sacrifice for a 'brother' is a more suitable source of emotion".

[113] Scott Meslow of The Atlantic stated while Titanic initially seems to need no defense, given its success, it is considered a film "for 15-year-old girls" by its main detractors. He argued that dismissing Titanic as fodder for teenage girls fails to consider the film's accomplishment: "that [this] grandiose, 3+ hour historical romantic drama is a film for everyone—including teenage boys." Meslow stated that despite the film being ranked high by males under the age of 18, matching the ratings for teenage boy-targeted films like Iron Man, it is common for boys and men to deny liking Titanic.

He acknowledged his own rejection of the film as a child while secretly loving it. "It's this collection of elements—the history, the romance, the action—that made (and continues to make) Titanic an irresistible proposition for audiences of all ages across the globe," he stated.

" Titanic has flaws, but for all its legacy, it's better than its middlebrow reputation would have you believe. It's titanic cast great movie for 15-year-old girls, but that doesn't mean it's not a great movie for everyone else too." [114] Quotes in the film aided its popularity. Titanic 's catchphrase "I'm the king of the world!" became one of the film industry's more popular quotations. [116] [117] According to Richard Harris, a psychology professor at Kansas State University, who studied why people like to cite films in social situations, using film quotations in everyday conversation is similar to telling a joke and a way to form solidarity with others.

"People are doing it to feel good about themselves, to make others laugh, to make themselves laugh", he said. [117] Cameron explained the film's success as having significantly benefited from the experience of sharing. "When people have an experience that's very powerful in the movie theatre, they want to go titanic cast it. They want to grab their friend and bring them, so that they can enjoy it," he said.

"They want to be the person to bring them the news that this is something worth having in their life. Titanic cast how Titanic worked." titanic cast Media Awareness Network stated, "The normal repeat viewing rate for a blockbuster theatrical film is about 5%. The repeat rate for Titanic was over 20%." [11] The box office receipts "were even more impressive" when factoring in "the film's 3-hour-and-14-minute length meant that it could only be shown three times a day compared to a normal movie's four showings".

In response to this, "[m]any theatres started midnight showings and were rewarded with full houses until almost 3:30 am". [11] Titanic held the record for box office gross for 12 years. [119] Cameron's follow-up film, Avatar, was considered the first film with a genuine chance at surpassing its worldwide gross, [120] [121] and did so in 2010. [89] Various explanations for why the film was able to successfully challenge Titanic were given.

For one, "Two-thirds of Titanic 's haul was earned overseas, and Avatar [tracked] similarly. Avatar opened in 106 markets globally and was no. 1 in all of them" and the markets "such as Russia, where Titanic saw modest receipts in 1997 and 1998, are white-hot today" with "more screens and moviegoers" than ever before. [122] Brandon Gray, president of Box Office Mojo, said that while Avatar may beat Titanic 's revenue record, the film is unlikely to surpass Titanic in attendance.

"Ticket prices were about $3 cheaper in the late 1990s." [120] In December 2009, Cameron had stated, "I don't think it's realistic to try to topple Titanic off its perch. Some pretty titanic cast movies have come out in the last few years. Titanic just struck some kind of chord." [107] In a January 2010 interview, he gave a different take on the matter once Avatar 's performance was easier to predict.

"It's gonna happen. It's just a matter of time," he said. [121] Author Alexandra Keller, when analyzing Titanic 's success, stated that scholars could agree that the film's popularity "appears dependent on contemporary culture, on perceptions of history, on patterns of consumerism and globalization, as well as on those elements experienced filmgoers conventionally expect of juggernaut film events in the 1990s – awesome screen spectacle, expansive action, and, more rarely seen, engaging characters and epic drama." [123] Critical reception Contemporary Titanic garnered mainly positive reviews from film critics, and was positively reviewed by audiences and scholars, who commented on the film's cultural, historical, and political impacts.

[123] [124] [125] On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 87% based on 232 reviews, with an average rating of 8/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "A mostly unqualified triumph for James Cameron, who offers a dizzying blend of spectacular visuals and old-fashioned melodrama." [110] Metacritic, which assigned a weighted average rating of 75 out of 100, based on 35 critics, reports the film has "generally favorable reviews".

[126] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film a rare "A+" grade, one of fewer than 60 films in the history of the service from 1982 to 2011 to earn the score. [127] With regard to the film's overall design, Roger Ebert stated, "It is flawlessly crafted, intelligently constructed, strongly acted, and spellbinding.

Movies like this are not merely difficult to make at all, but almost impossible to make well." He credited the "technical difficulties" with being "so daunting that it's a wonder when the filmmakers are also able to bring the drama and history into proportion" and "found [himself] convinced by both the story and the sad saga".

[128] He named it his ninth best film of 1997. [129] On the television program Siskel & Ebert, the film received "two thumbs up" and was praised for its accuracy in recreating the ship's sinking; Ebert described the film as "a glorious Hollywood epic" and "well worth the wait," and Gene Titanic cast found Leonardo DiCaprio "captivating".

[130] James Berardinelli stated, "Meticulous in detail, yet vast in scope and intent, Titanic is the kind of epic motion picture event that has become a rarity. You don't just watch Titanic, you experience it." [131] It was named his second best film of 1997.

[132] Joseph McBride of Boxoffice Magazine concluded, "To describe Titanic as the greatest disaster movie ever made is to sell it short. James Cameron's recreation of the 1912 sinking of the 'unsinkable' liner is one of the most magnificent pieces of serious popular entertainment ever to emanate from Hollywood." [133] The romantic and emotionally charged aspects of the film were equally praised.

Andrew L. Urban of Urban Cinefile said, "You will walk out of Titanic not talking about budget or running time, but of its enormous emotive power, big as the engines of the ship itself, determined as its giant propellers to gouge into your heart, and as lasting as the love story that propels it." [134] Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly described the film as "a lush and terrifying spectacle of romantic doom.

Writer-director James Cameron has restaged the defining catastrophe of the early 20th century on a human scale of such purified yearning and dread that he touches the deepest levels of popular moviemaking." [133] Janet Maslin of The New York Times commented that "Cameron's magnificent Titanic is the first spectacle in decades that honestly invites comparison to Gone With the Wind." [133] Adrian Turner of Radio Times awarded it four stars out of five, stating "Cameron's script wouldn't have sustained Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh for 80 minutes, but, somehow, he and his magical cast revive that old-style studio gloss for three riveting hours.

Titanic is a sumptuous assault on the emotions, with a final hour that fully captures the horror and the freezing, paralysing fear of the moment. And there are single shots, such as an awesome albatross-like swoop titanic cast the steaming ship, when you sense Cameron hugging himself with the fun of it all." [135] Titanic suffered backlash in addition to its success.

Some reviewers felt that while the visuals were spectacular, the story and dialogue were weak. [125] Richard Corliss of Time magazine wrote a mostly negative review, criticizing the lack titanic cast interesting emotional elements. [136] Kenneth Turan's review in the Los Angeles Times was particularly scathing.

Dismissing the emotive elements, he stated, "What really brings on the tears is Cameron's insistence that writing this kind of movie is within his abilities. Not only is it not, it is not even close", [137] and later argued that the only reason that the film won Oscars was because of its box office total.

[138] Barbara Shulgasser of The San Francisco Examiner gave Titanic one star out of four, citing a titanic cast as saying, "The number of times in this unbelievably badly written script that the two [lead characters] refer to each other by name was an indication of just how dramatically the script lacked anything more interesting for the actors to say." [139] Retrospective According titanic cast Dalin Rowell of /Film, "With complaints about its lengthy runtime, observations that certain characters could have easily fit onto pieces of floating furniture, and jokes about its melodramatic nature, Titanic is no stranger to modern-day criticism." [140] In 2002, filmmaker Robert Altman called it "the most dreadful piece of work I've ever seen in my entire life".

[141] In 2003, the film topped a poll of "Best Film Endings", [142] but also topped a poll by Film 2003 as "the worst movie of all time". [143] In his 2012 study of the lives of the passengers on titanic cast Titanic, historian Richard Davenport-Hines said, "Cameron's film diabolized rich Americans and educated English, anathematizing their emotional restraint, good tailoring, punctilious manners and grammatical training, while it titanic cast romantic heroes of the poor Irish and the unlettered".

[144] The British film magazine Empire reduced their rating of the film from the maximum five stars and an enthusiastic review, to four stars with a less positive review in a later edition, to accommodate its readers' tastes, who wanted to disassociate themselves from the hype surrounding the film, and the reported activities of its fans, such as those attending multiple screenings.

[145] In addition to this, positive and negative parodies and other such spoofs of the film abounded and were circulated on the internet, often inspiring passionate responses from fans of various opinions of the film.

[146] Benjamin Willcock of DVDActive.com did not understand the backlash or the passionate hatred for the film. "What really irks me.," he said, "are those who make nasty stabs at those who do love it." Willcock stated, "I obviously don't have anything against those who titanic cast Titanic, but those few who make you feel small and pathetic for doing so (and they do exist, trust me) are way beyond my understanding and sympathy." [106] In 1998, Cameron responded to the backlash, and Kenneth Turan's review in particular, by writing " Titanic is titanic cast a film that is sucking people in with flashy hype and spitting them out onto the street feeling let down and ripped off.

They are returning again and again to repeat an experience that is taking a 3-hour and 14-minute chunk out of their lives, and dragging others with them, so they can share titanic cast emotion." Cameron emphasized people from all ages (ranging from 8 to 80) and from all backgrounds were "celebrating their own essential humanity" by seeing it.

He described the script as earnest and straightforward, and said it intentionally titanic cast universals of human experience and emotion that are timeless – and familiar because they reflect our basic emotional fabric" and that the film was able to succeed in titanic cast way by dealing with archetypes.

He did not see it as pandering. "Turan mistakes archetype for cliché," he said. "I don't share his view that the best scripts are only the ones that explore the perimeter of human experience, or flashily pirouette their witty and cynical dialogue for our admiration." [147] In 2000, Almar Haflidason of the BBC wrote that "the critical knives were out long before James Cameron's Titanic was complete.

Spiralling costs that led to it becoming the most expensive motion picture of the 20th Century, and a cast without any big stars seemed to doom the film before release.

But box office and audience appreciation proved Cameron right and many critics wrong." He added that "the sinking of the great ship is no secret, yet for many exceeded expectations in sheer scale and tragedy" and that "when you consider that [the film] tops a bum-numbing three-hour running time, then titanic cast have a truly impressive feat of entertainment achieved by Cameron".

[148] Empire eventually reinstated its original five star rating of the film, commenting, "It should be no surprise then that it became fashionable to bash James Cameron's Titanic at approximately the same time it became clear that this was the planet's favourite film.

Ever." [149] In 2017, on the 20th anniversary of its release, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, titanic cast, or aesthetically significant". [150] It was listed among the 100 best films in an Empire poll and in a later poll of members of the film industry.

[151] [152] In 2021, Dalin Rowell of /Film ranked it the third-best film of Cameron's career, stating that it is "easily one of his best films, simply because it defied the odds", and considering it "a legitimately remarkable achievement titanic cast one that, despite its large budget, titanic cast a humble, earnest center. Even with all of the jokes the Internet loves to throw its way, Titanic demonstrates that Cameron is truly capable of everything he can imagine." titanic cast Accolades Main article: List of accolades received by Titanic Titanic began its awards sweep starting with the Golden Globes, winning four: Best Motion Picture – Drama, Best Director, Best Original Score, and Best Original Song.

[153] Kate Winslet and Gloria Stuart were also nominees. [154] The film garnered fourteen Academy Award nominations, tying the record set in 1950 by Joseph L. Mankiewicz's All About Eve [155] and won eleven: Best Picture (the second film about titanic cast Titanic to win that award, after 1933's Cavalcade), Best Director, Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects, Best Film Editing, Best Titanic cast Design, Best Sound ( Gary Rydstrom, Tom Johnson, Gary Summers, Mark Ulano), Best Sound Effects Editing, Best Original Dramatic Score, Best Original Song.

[156] Kate Winslet, Gloria Stuart and the make-up artists were the three nominees that did not win. James Cameron's original screenplay and Leonardo DiCaprio were not nominees. [104] It was the second film to receive eleven Academy Awards, after Ben-Hur.

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King would also match this record in 2004. [157] Titanic won the 1997 Academy Award for Best Original Song, as well as four Grammy Awards for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television, and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. [158] [159] The film's soundtrack became the best-selling primarily orchestral soundtrack of all time, and became a worldwide success, spending sixteen weeks at number-one in the United States, and was certified diamond for over eleven million copies sold in the United States alone.

[160] The soundtrack also became the best-selling album of 1998 in the U.S. [161] " My Heart Will Go On" won the Grammy Awards for Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television. The film also won various awards outside the United States, including the Awards of the Japanese Academy as the Best Foreign Film of the Year.

[162] Titanic eventually won nearly ninety awards and had an additional forty-seven nominations from various award-giving bodies around the world. [ citation needed] Additionally, the book about the making of the film was at the top of The New York Times ' bestseller list for several weeks, "the first time that such a tie-in book had achieved this status". [11] Since its release, Titanic has appeared on the American Film Institute's award-winning 100 Years.

series. So far, it has ranked on the following six lists: AFI's 100 Years.100 Rank Source Notes Thrills 25 [163] A list of the top 100 thrilling films in American cinema, compiled in 2001. Passions 37 [164] A list of the top 100 love stories in American cinema, compiled in 2002. Songs 14 [165] A list of the top 100 songs in American cinema, compiled in 2004. Titanic ranked 14th for Céline Dion's "My Heart Will Go On". Movie quotes 100 [116] A list of the top 100 film quotations in American cinema, compiled in 2005.

Titanic ranked 100th for Jack Dawson's yell of " I'm the king of the world!" Movies 83 [166] A 2007 (10th anniversary) edition of 1997's list of the 100 best films of the past century. Titanic was not eligible when the original list was released. AFI's 10 Top 10 6 [167] The 2008 poll consisted of the top ten films in ten different genres. Titanic ranked as the sixth-best epic film. Home media Titanic was released worldwide in widescreen and pan and scan formats on VHS on September 1, 1998.

[168] More titanic cast $50 million was spent to market the home video release of the film. [169] Both VHS formats were also made available in a deluxe boxed gift set with a mounted filmstrip and six lithograph prints from the movie. In the first 3 months, the film sold 25 million copies in North America with a titanic cast sales value of $500 million becoming the best selling live-action video, beating Independence Day.

[170] In that time, it sold 58 million copies worldwide, outselling The Lion King for a total worldwide revenue of $995 million. [170] By March 2005, the film has sold 8 million DVD and 59 million VHS units. [171] A DVD version was released on August 31, 1999, in a widescreen-only (non- anamorphic) single-disc edition with no special features other than a theatrical trailer. Cameron stated at the time that he intended to release a special edition with extra features later.

This release became the best-selling DVD of 1999 and early 2000, becoming the first DVD ever to sell one million copies. [172] At the time, fewer than 5% of all U.S. homes had a DVD player. "When we released the original Titanic DVD, the industry was much smaller, and bonus features were not the standard they are now," said Meagan Burrows, Paramount's president of domestic home entertainment, which made the film's DVD performance even more impressive.

[172] Titanic was re-released to DVD on October 25, 2005, when a three-disc Special Collector's Edition was made available in the United States and Canada. This edition contained a newly restored transfer of the film, as well as various special features. The two-disc edition was marketed as the Special Edition, and featured the first two discs of the three-disc set, only PAL-enabled. A four-disc edition, only available in the United Kingdom and marketed as the Deluxe Collector's Edition, was also released on November 7, 2005.

A limited 5-disc set of the film, under the title Deluxe Limited Edition, was also only released in the United Kingdom with only 10,000 copies manufactured. The fifth disc contains Cameron's documentary Ghosts of the Abyss, which was distributed by Walt Disney Pictures.

Unlike the individual release of Ghosts of the Abyss, which contained two discs, only the first disc was included in the set.

[106] In 2007, for the film's tenth anniversary, a 10th Anniversary Edition was released on DVD, which consists of the first two discs from the three-disc 2005 set containing the movie and the special features on those discs. [173] A limited-edition 4-Disc Blu-ray 3D version of the film was released on September 10, 2012. [174] 3D conversion A 2012 3D re-release was created by re-mastering the original to 4K resolution and post-converting to stereoscopic 3D format.

The Titanic 3D version took 60 weeks and $18 million to produce, including the 4K restoration. [175] The 3D conversion was performed by Stereo D. [176] Digital 2D and in 2D IMAX versions were also struck from the new 4K master created in the process. [177] The only scene entirely redone for the re-release was Rose's view of the night sky at sea on the morning of April 15, 1912. The scene was replaced with an accurate view of the night-sky star pattern, including the Milky Way, adjusted for the location in the North Atlantic Ocean in April 1912.

The change was prompted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, who had criticized the scene for showing an unrealistic star pattern. He agreed to send film director Cameron a corrected view of the sky, which was the basis of the new scene.

[178] An accurate view of the Milky Way was used to replace Rose's view of the moonless night sky at sea, as in this photo from Paranal Observatory. The view was adjusted to match the North Atlantic at 4:20 am titanic cast April 15, 1912. The 3D version of Titanic premiered at the Royal Albert Hall in London on March 27, 2012, with James Cameron and Kate Winslet in attendance, [179] [180] and entered general release on April 4, 2012, six days shy of the centenary of RMS Titanic embarking on her maiden voyage.

[181] [182] [183] Rolling Stone film critic Peter Travers rated the reissue 3½ stars out of 4, explaining he found it "pretty damn dazzling". He said, "The 3D intensifies Titanic.

You are there. Caught up like never before in an intimate epic that earns its place in the movie time capsule." [184] Writing for Entertainment Weekly, Owen Gleiberman gave the film titanic cast A grade. He wrote, "For once, the visuals in a 3-D movie don't look darkened or distracting. They look sensationally crisp and alive." [185] Richard Corliss of Time, who was very critical in 1997, remained in the same mood: "I had pretty much the same reaction: fitfully awed, mostly water-logged." In regards to the 3D effects, he noted the "careful conversion to 3D lends volume and impact to certain moments .

[but] in separating the foreground and background of each scene, the converters have carved the visual field into discrete, not organic, levels." [186] Ann Hornaday for The Washington Post found herself asking "whether the film's twin values of humanism and spectacle are enhanced by Cameron's 3-D conversion, and the answer to that is: They titanic cast She further added that the "3-D conversion creates distance where there should be intimacy, not to mention odd moments in framing and composition." [187] The film grossed an estimated $4.7 million on the first day titanic cast its re-release in North America (including midnight preview showings) and went on to make $17.3 million over the weekend, finishing in third place.

[188] [189] Outside North America it earned $35.2 million, finishing second, [190] and it improved on its performance the following weekend by topping the box office with $98.9 million. [191] China has proven to be its most successful territory, where it earned $11.6 million on its opening day, [192] going on to earn a record-breaking $67 million in its opening week and taking more money in the process than it did in the entirety of its original theatrical run.

[191] The reissue ultimately earned $343.4 million worldwide, with $145 million coming from China and $57.8 million from Canada and the United States. [193] With a worldwide box office of nearly $350 million, the 3D re-release of Titanic remains the highest grossing re-released film of titanic cast time, ahead of The Lion King, Star Wars, titanic cast Avatar.

[194] The 3D conversion of the film was also released in titanic cast 4DX format in selected international territories, which allows the audience to experience the film's environment using motion, wind, fog, lighting and scent-based special effects.

[195] [196] [197] For the 20th anniversary of the film, Titanic was re-released in cinemas in Dolby Vision (in both 2D and 3D) for one week beginning December 1, 2017. [198] Titanic Live Titanic Live was a live performance of James Horner's original titanic cast by a 130-piece orchestra, choir and Celtic musicians, accompanying a showing of the film. [199] In April 2015, Titanic Live premiered at the Royal Albert Hall, London, where the 2012 3D re-release had premiered.

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Further reading • Ballard, Robert (1987). The Discovery of the Titanic. Canada: Grand Central Publishing. ISBN 978-0-446-67174-3. • Cameron, Stephen (1998).

Titanic: Belfast's Own. Ireland: Wolfhound Press. ISBN 978-0-86327-685-9. • Frakes, Randall (1998). Titanic: James Cameron's Illustrated Screenplay.

New York: Harper. ISBN 978-0-06-095307-2. • Lubin, David M. (1999). Titanic. BFI Modern Classics. London: BFI Publishing. ISBN 978-0-85170-760-0. • Lynch, Donald (1992). Titanic: An Illustrated History. New York: Madison Press Books. ISBN 978-0-7868-6401-0. • Majoor, Mireille; James Cameron (2003). Titanic: Ghosts of the Abyss. New York: Scholastic. ISBN 978-1-895892-31-4. • Marsh, Ed W.; Kirkland, Douglas (1998). James Cameron's Titanic.

London: Boxtree. ISBN 978-0-7522-2404-6. • Molony, Senan (2005). Titanic: A Primary Source History. Canada: Gareth Stevens. ISBN 978-0-8368-5980-5. • Parisi, Paula (1998). Titanic and the Making of James Cameron. Titanic cast Orion. ISBN 978-0-7528-1799-6. • Sandler, Kevin S.; Studlar, Gaylyn, eds. (1999). Titanic: Anatomy of a Blockbuster. Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

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