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I also really liked how the film let us get to know the actual crew and passengers, a stark contrast to Cameron's movie.
The Criterion Collection has released a fine 2-disc DVD set of A NIGHT TO REMEMBER, featuring a stunning new digital restoration of the black-and-white film.
Unlike other depictions of the Titanic both on film and on television, there are no fictional characters or love stories taking center stage.
The author of the book that inspired the movie, Walter Lord, did his research, not only about the incident, itself, but about merchant shipping and merchant mariners. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Loves a Good Mystery
The best so far of all the Titanic movies, yes including Cameron's "Titanic" king of the world version. Read morePublished 6 days ago by J. Kittay
When the Titanic is struck by an iceberg the passengers have two hours before it slips beneath the waves. These are their stories.Published 24 days ago by ellison
Absolutely the best and most faithful recreation of the Titanic disaster. If you want special effects and a vaporous plot, watch 'Titanic'. Read morePublished 29 days ago by David A. Carlson
Replacing all VHS tapes with DVD's. A Night to Remember is a excellent telling of the Titanic disaster. This movies follows the book of the same name. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dennis Brunty
I used this in my classroom and it was very educational in that it was very close to the actual events.Published 1 month ago by Kelly
This movie blows any other story tied to this historic event out of the water. The characters are more real than in any other. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Harrah
This is one of those movies that I grew with, many years ago. I just wanted to add it to my movie collection.Published 1 month ago by Don
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