A Night to Remember (1958)
Richard Leech: First Officer William Murdoch
Engineer : She's making water fast sir. The mail hold's practically full already.
Captain Edward J. Smith : Aren't the pumps working?
First Officer William Murdoch : Yes sir.
Captain Edward J. Smith : [indicates engineer can return to his job] Thank you.
Fourth Officer Joseph Boxhall : The engine room says they'll need more. They're rigging them now.
Ismay : This is most unfortunate, Captain.
Captain Edward J. Smith : Yes sir.
Ismay : Do you think the ship is seriously damaged?
Captain Edward J. Smith : I'm afraid she is.
[sees Andrews arrive on the bridge]
Captain Edward J. Smith : Excuse me.
Ismay : [to Murdoch] How long is this likely to delay us?
First Officer William Murdoch : Not long, I expect, sir.
Captain Edward J. Smith : [to Andrews, quietly] We've struck a berg. I think she's badly damaged. I would like to know *how* badly.
Andrews : Right. I'll go down and have a look.
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.
Hitchens : [calls from wheelhouse] Hard-a-starboard it is, sir.