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Heart of the Ocean: The Making of 'Titanic' 



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Leonardo DiCaprio ... Himself
Bill Paxton ... Himself
James Cameron ... Himself
Kate Winslet ... Herself
Bernard Hill ... Himself
Russell Carpenter ... Himself
Robert Legato ... Himself (as Rob Legato)
Rae Sanchini Rae Sanchini ... Herself
Ken Marschall Ken Marschall ... Himself, Titanic historian
Deborah Lynn Scott ... Herself (as Deborah Scott)
Paule A. Drissi Paule A. Drissi ... Herself (as Paule Drissi)
Don Lynch Don Lynch ... Himself
Jonathan Hyde ... Himself
Martin Laing ... Himself
Jon Landau ... Himself


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Release Date:

December 1997 (USA) See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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This documentary is featured on the 4-disc Deluxe Collector's Edition DVDs for Titanic (1997), released in Regions 2, 3 & 4. See more »


Features Titanic (1997) See more »

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The perfect making of doc
13 November 2005 | by titanrd1See all my reviews

I bought a region free DVD player and the 4 disc European set just for this documentary and you know what, I loved it! It just arrived yesterday, and heart of the ocean was my first stop. For me, this documentary completed the set. It was everything i wanted and didn't get from the US 3 disc "Titanic" SE set. It had the perfect blend of great behind the scenes footage and interviews (from 97-98) by just about everyone on the cast (seriously, jack rose, cal, mr. andrews, the captain... they all have at least one interview). And the whole thing is geared to honor the film and get people to want to watch it on HBO - it is, after all "HBO first look: Heart of the Ocean." It really quenched my thirst as a titaniac. This is easily my favorite special feature besides the restored film and the 29 deleted scenes. Oh, and it ended with a shot and a voice over from the movie that seriously almost brought tears to my eyes... very, VERY well done.

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