- Thomas Andrews telling Capt. Smith the sinking is "a mathematical certainty".
- The Titanic's band preparing to depart at the end, only to turn around and regroup as Hartley begins playing "Nearer My God to Thee" by himself (though a different version of the song is used in the 1958 film).
- A shot of Ismay in a lifeboat as the Titanic sinks behind him.
- Thomas Andrews looking at a painting as Titanic prepares to sink.
- Andrews encountering a man by the Grand Staircase and telling him the ship is doomed (in this film, he tells Rose).
In a deleted scene of the film, which is almost identical to what is reported in Walter Lord's "A Night to Remember," second operator Harold Bride suggests they use the new distress call that had been agreed to at a recent international conference: "Send SOS; it's the new call, and it may be your last chance to send it." Phillips laughed at the joke and, at 12:45 a.m., he sent out the first SOS signal in history.