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Third Reich's Nazi propaganda epic about a heroic fictional German officer on board of the RMS Titanic. On its maiden voyage in April 1912, the supposedly unsinkable ship hits an iceberg in... See more »

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Sigrid Olinsky
Hans Nielsen ...
1st Officer Petersen
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Gloria
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Sir Bruce Ismay (as E.F. Fürbringer)
Karl Schönböck ...
John Jacob Astor
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Lady Astor
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Captain Edward J. Smith
Franz Schafheitlin ...
Hunderson
Sepp Rist ...
Jan
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Manniküre Hedi (as Monika Burg)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jolly Bohnert ...
Marcia (uncredited)
Hermann Brix ...
Kapellmeister Gruber (uncredited)
Fritz Böttger ...
Lord Douglas (uncredited)
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1. Funker Philipps (uncredited)
Kurt Alexander Duma ...
2. Ingenieur Hesketh (uncredited)
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Landarbeiter Bobby (uncredited)
Karl Fochler ...
Obersteward (uncredited)
Fritz Genschow ...
Landarbeiter Henry (uncredited)
Herbert Gernot ...
Schiffsdetektiv (uncredited)
Susi Jera ...
Kind (uncredited)
Josef Kamper ...
1. Ingenieur Romain (uncredited)
Lieselott Klingler ...
Anne (uncredited)
W.P. Krüger ...
(uncredited)
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(uncredited)
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Geheimrat Bergmann (uncredited)
Karl Meixner ...
Lord Astors 1. Sekretär Hopkins (uncredited)
Edgar Pauly ...
(uncredited)
Werner Scharf ...
Südländer Mendoz (uncredited)
Just Scheu ...
Dr. Lorenzen (uncredited)
Georg H. Schnell ...
Aktionär Morrison (uncredited)
Hans Schwarz Jr. ...
Athletischer Kerl (uncredited)
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1st Officer Murdoch (uncredited)
Ernst Stahl-Nachbaur ...
Oberrichter (uncredited)
Walter Steinbeck ...
Aktionär Fränklin (uncredited)
Walter Steinweg ...
Bootsmann (uncredited)
Erich Stelmecke ...
(uncredited)
Herbert Tiede ...
2nd Officer Lightoller (uncredited)
Charlotte Tiedemann ...
Frau mit Kind (uncredited)
Toni von Bukovics ...
Herzogin (uncredited)
Peter Voß ...
Schiffsarzt (uncredited)
Heinz Welzel ...
2. Funker Bride (uncredited)

Directed by

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Herbert Selpin
Werner Klingler ... (uncredited)

Written by

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Harald Bratt ... (story) (uncredited)
 
Hansi Köck ... (script) (uncredited)
 
Herbert Selpin ... (writer)
 
Walter Zerlett-Olfenius ... ()

Music by

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Werner Eisbrenner

Cinematography by

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Friedl Behn-Grund

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Friedel Buckow

Production Design by

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Robert A. Dietrich
August Herrmann
Fritz Lück
Fritz Maurischat

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Robert A. Dietrich ... (uncredited)
August Herrmann ... (uncredited)
Fritz Lück ... (uncredited)

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Max von Formacher ... (uncredited)

Production Management

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Willy Reiber ... production manager
Fritz Schwarz ... unit manager

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Adolf Jansen ... sound (uncredited)

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Ernst Kunstmann ... visual effects (uncredited)

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Karl Ewald ... still photographer (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

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

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Also Known As
  • Titanic - O Épico Nazista Banido (Brazil)
  • Гибель Титаника (Soviet Union, Russian title)
  • Titanikos (Greece)
  • La tragedia del Titanic (Italy)
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  • 85 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Joseph Goebbels approved a budget of 4 million Reichsmarks--equivalent to $180 million in 2012 dollars. That is only $20 million shy of Titanic (1997)'s budget. See more »
Goofs The telegrams do not show the actual White Star Line logo. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into A Night to Remember (1956). See more »
Soundtracks God Save The Queen See more »
Quotes Sir Bruce Ismay: The White Star Line has no need of officiers who sow only unrest among the passangers.
1st Officer Petersen: And I have no need to serve on a ship that run not by sailors but by stock speculators.
Sir Bruce Ismay: I forbid you to use that tone. Go in your stateroom. I'm relieving you of your duty.
1st Officer Petersen: On board this ship you can neither relieve me of duty nor give me orders. To me you are nothing more than a passanger.
[leaves]
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