On its maiden voyage in April 1912, the supposedly unsinkable RMS Titanic hits an iceberg in the Atlantic Ocean.
|肯尼思·莫尔 (Kenneth More)||饰||Second Officer Charles Herbert Lightoller|
|Ronald Allen||饰||Mr. Clarke|
|Robert Ayres||饰||Maj. Arthur Peuchen|
|霍纳尔·布莱克曼 (Honor Blackman)||饰||Mrs. Liz Lucas|
|安东尼·布谢尔 (Anthony Bushell)||饰||Capt. Arthur Rostron|
- 声音混合： Mono (Westrex Recording System)
- 纵横比：1.66 : 1
|出品公司||The Rank Organisation (presents) (as The Rank Organisation)|
|发行公司||Eclair Journal (1959) (Theatrical) (France)|
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- Lawrence Beesley, a survivor from second class, was on the set during filming. At one point when the sinking was being filmed, he attempted to enter the scene and - perhaps symbolically - "go down" with the ship. Director 罗伊·沃德 didn't allow this, as it would have been a union violation, which could have closed down production.
- Each page of the script was marked with the angle of the ship's deck at that point in its descent. This way, when they shot scenes out of order, they could maintain accuracy and continuity.
- The creaking noises heard during the sinking weren't sound effects. They were sounds created by the set as it was winched up to create the tilting deck effect. The noises were picked up by the microphones. 罗伊·沃德 thought they added a huge amount of realism, as they did indeed sound like the groaning noises a sinking ship would make, so he kept them in.