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Sixth Officer James Moody (Character)
from Titanic (1997)
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- Episode #1.4 (2012) TV episode, Played by Jonathan Howard (as Sixth Officer Moody)
- Episode #1.3 (2012) TV episode, Played by Jonathan Howard (as Sixth Officer Moody)
- Episode #1.1 (2012) TV episode, Played by Jonathan Howard (as Sixth Officer Moody)
- The Last Signals (2012) Played by Andrew Leland
- Titanic (1997) Played by Edward Fletcher (as 6th Officer Moody)
... aka "Titanic in 3D" - USA (3-D version)
... aka "Titanic: The IMAX Experience" - USA (IMAX version)
- A Night to Remember (1958) Played by Michael Bryant
- Last Mysteries of the Titanic (2005) (TV) Played by Edward Fletcher (as 6th Officer James Moody)
- Titanic Explorer (1998) (VG) Played by Edward Fletcher (as 6th Officer Moody)
... aka "James Cameron's Titanic Explorer" - USA (complete title)
Lookout Frederick Fleet: [spots iceberg, rings warning bell and picks up bridge phone]
Sixth Officer James Moody: [picks up receiver on bridge] What did you see?
Lookout Frederick Fleet: Iceberg. Dead ahead, sir.
Sixth Officer James Moody: [repeats to Murdoch] Iceberg, dead ahead sir.
First Officer William Murdoch: [looks out bridge window, sees the berg and calls into the wheelhouse speaker] Hard-a-starboard.
Hitchens: [repeats order as he turns wheel] Hard-a-starboard, sir.
First Officer William Murdoch: [to Moody] Full-astern both.
Sixth Officer James Moody: [Moody repeats as he pulls the engine-room telegraph handles to full-speed astern] Full-astern both, sir.
First Officer William Murdoch: [looks out window again, then turns to other Seaman on the bridge] Close watertight doors.
Seaman: [repeats order and moves to watertight door control switches] Close watertight doors, sir.
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