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Titanic (1943)

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The story of the sinking of the British luxury liner Titanic in 1912.

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Cast overview:
Sybille Schmitz ...
Sigrid Olinsky
Hans Nielsen ...
Kirsten Heiberg ...
Gloria
Ernst Fritz Fürbringer ...
Sir Bruce Ismay (as E.F. Fürbringer)
Karl Schönböck ...
Charlotte Thiele ...
Otto Wernicke ...
Franz Schafheitlin ...
Hunderson
Sepp Rist ...
Jan
Claude Farell ...
Manniküre Hedi (as Monika Burg)
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Building the Titanic has been a huge financial effort, and White Star Line president Ismay wants her maiden voyage to hit the headlines. He urges Captain Smith to make the fastest possible crossing to New York. When iceberg warnings come in, the captain must ask himself if he is willing to risk the safety of his ship just to please Ismay. Written by Wilhelm Noeker <wnoeker@t-online.de>

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Action | Drama | History

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7 February 1950 (West Germany)  »

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| (censored)

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| (Tobis-Klangfilm)

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1.37 : 1
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After seeing this film, Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels thought the scenes of mass panic were not appropriate viewing for Germans, who were then being subjected to British bombing. So he allowed only foreign release, with the film premiering in Paris in 1943. Beginning in late 1949 Germans could see the film, but Allied occupation authorities forbade its showing in West Germany in 1950 because of its anti-British propaganda. See more »

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When shots of the Titanic are seen there is smoke coming from all 4 funnels. The real Titanic only used 3 funnels, the 4th being false. See more »

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Manniküre Hedi: Excuse me, I would like to send a telegram.
1. Funker Philipps: Address please
Manniküre Hedi: Herr Ludwig Kramm...
1. Funker Philipps: We can spare the "Herr"
Manniküre Hedi: Hamburg, Grosse Bleichen 15.
1. Funker Philipps: Hamburg, Grosse Bleichen 15. Text please?
Manniküre Hedi: No.
1. Funker Philipps: You don't want to send a telegram?
Manniküre Hedi: Oh yes, sure. The text is "No" and sign it as "Hedi"
1. Funker Philipps: So: "Ludwig Kramm, Hamburg, Große Bleichen 15, No, Hedi". Is that all?
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Referenced in Amazon Women on the Moon (1987) See more »

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Wiener Blut
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Written by Johann Strauß
played in the ballroom
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Despite the anti-wealth propaganda this is a good movie
7 August 2004 | by (Glen Cove, New York) – See all my reviews

This is Titanic as you've probably never seen it before. One would think it was more a communist propaganda film than a Nazi one, since all of the villains of the piece are the rich while the poor workers are the heroes. Its a film that has a definite point of view, and right or wrong, is certainly one that keeps things interesting to watch.

Centering on the rich owners of the White Star Line and the rich passengers on the ship, this film is in large part about how the greed of the rich led to the destruction of "society". A large portion of the early part of this film has to do with manipulating stock before the Titanic breaks a speed record allowing the owners to get even richer. The plan seems to backfire and as the rich try to pick up the pieces the ship hits an iceberg. There are also several other story lines running through this film, including a healthy dose of romance, so don't think its all business.

While some of the interior model shots of the sinking are obviously models, the scenes of panic and the real human drama makes this a film to watch. Its understandable why the Nazi's banned this film as upsetting, these people are in panic mode. I read somewhere that this film showed the ship breaking in half. Kino's DVD doesn't appear to show that, although the final slide under the waves is really too dark to see.

While not a perfect film its a good one. Certainly its one with enough talking points that you could very well talk about the film on every level for many hours after its finished running. Frankly There is so much to discuss that I'm having a hard time keeping this entry brief.

If you love film, if you love Titanic stories, if you love seeing something different then see this movie.

7 out of 10, but you'll be talking about so much more than most other movies you've seen in years.


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