The world's largest ship, the Titanic, meets with disaster when it strikes an iceberg on its maiden voyage.
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Series cast summary:
Peter McDonald ...  Jim Maloney 4 episodes, 2012
Steven Waddington ...  Second Officer Lightoller 4 episodes, 2012
Glen Blackhall Glen Blackhall ...  Paolo Sandrini 4 episodes, 2012
Ruth Bradley ...  Mary Maloney 4 episodes, 2012
Georgia McCutcheon ...  Theresa Maloney 4 episodes, 2012
Antonio Magro ...  Mario Sandrini 4 episodes, 2012
Perdita Weeks ...  Lady Georgiana Grex 4 episodes, 2012
Stephen Campbell Moore ...  Thomas Andrews 4 episodes, 2012
Jenna Coleman ...  Annie Desmond 4 episodes, 2012
Linus Roache ...  Hugh, Earl of Manton 4 episodes, 2012
Miles Richardson ...  John Jacob Astor 4 episodes, 2012
Geraldine Somerville ...  Louisa, Countess of Manton 4 episodes, 2012
Noah Reid ...  Harry Widener 4 episodes, 2012
Angéla Eke Angéla Eke ...  Madeleine Astor 4 episodes, 2012
Diana Kent ...  Eleanor Widener 4 episodes, 2012
Péter Kõszegi Péter Kõszegi ...  George Widener 4 episodes, 2012
Toby Jones ...  John Batley 4 episodes, 2012
Maria Doyle Kennedy ...  Muriel Batley 4 episodes, 2012
Peter Wight ...  Joseph Rushton 4 episodes, 2012
Celia Imrie ...  Grace Rushton 4 episodes, 2012
James Wilby ...  Bruce Ismay 4 episodes, 2012
Sylvestra Le Touzel ...  Lady Duff Gordon 4 episodes, 2012
Lloyd Hutchinson ...  Chief Steward Lattimer 4 episodes, 2012
Lee Ross ...  Barnes 4 episodes, 2012
Ralph Ineson ...  Steward Hart 4 episodes, 2012
Simon Paisley Day ...  Sir Cosmo Duff Gordon 4 episodes, 2012
Lyndsey Marshal ...  Mabel Watson 4 episodes, 2012
Cian Barry ...  Fourth Officer Boxhall 4 episodes, 2012
Brian McCardie ...  First Officer Murdoch 4 episodes, 2012
David Calder ...  Captain Smith 3 episodes, 2012
Ifan Meredith ...  Fifth Officer Lowe 4 episodes, 2012
Olivia Darnley ...  Bessie Allison 4 episodes, 2012
Larina Meszaros Larina Meszaros ...  Loraine Allison 4 episodes, 2012
Dragos Bucur ...  Peter Lubov 3 episodes, 2012
Sophie Winkleman ...  Dorothy Gibson 3 episodes, 2012
Shane Attwooll ...  Billy Blake 3 episodes, 2012
Ben Bishop ...  Stoker Lyons 3 episodes, 2012
Will Keen ...  Chief Officer Wilde 2 episodes, 2012
John Kazek John Kazek ...  Steward Turnbull 3 episodes, 2012
Eszter Zakariás ...  Woman 2 at Purser's / ... 2 episodes, 2012
Matt Devere ...  Boilerman 3 episodes, 2012
Sally Bankes ...  Mrs. Gibson 3 episodes, 2012
Jonathan Howard ...  Sixth Officer Moody 3 episodes, 2012
David Eisner David Eisner ...  Benjamin Guggenheim 3 episodes, 2012
Grainne Keenan Grainne Keenan ...  Laura Francatelli 3 episodes, 2012
Tom Andrews Tom Andrews ...  Seaman Hawkins 3 episodes, 2012
Joseph May ...  Victor Giglio 3 episodes, 2012
Mike Kelly ...  Seaman Royce 2 episodes, 2012
Iain McKee ...  Seaman Scott 2 episodes, 2012
Linda Kash ...  Margaret 'Molly' Brown 1 episode, 2012
Alexis Latham ...  Man in Corridor 2 episodes, 2012
Laurie Hagen ...  Emma Sãgesser 2 episodes, 2012
Mark Lewis Jones ...  David Evans 2 episodes, 2012
Joséphine de La Baume ...  Madame Aubart 2 episodes, 2012
Sophie Rundle ...  Roberta Maioni 2 episodes, 2012
Ryan Hawley ...  Jack Thayer 2 episodes, 2012
Thomas Aldridge ...  Steward Taylor 2 episodes, 2012
Beatrice Zentai Beatrice Zentai ...  Woman 1 at Purser's 2 episodes, 2012
István Koncz István Koncz ...  Gatti's Waiter 2 episodes, 2012
Attila Bardóczy Attila Bardóczy ...  Gatti's Waiter 2 episodes, 2012
Christine Kavanagh Christine Kavanagh ...  Marian Thayer 2 episodes, 2012
Pandora Colin ...  Countess of Rothes 2 episodes, 2012


Follows the lives of the ship's passengers, from all walks of life, as they travel on the maiden voyage of the ill-fated Titanic. From the wealthy family of the Earl of Manton, the designers of the ship, to the stokers in the engine room - who will make it onto the lifeboats? Written by Anonymous

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Celia Imrie is related to notorious Titanic survivor Lady Duff-Gordon. See more »

Crazy Credits

The opening credits of each of the four episodes look like they're submerged in water. See more »


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Julian Fellowes' Titanic Blu-Ray Version (Drastically different than Television Broadcast Version)
26 April 2012 | by MovieCritic33-6See all my reviews

I thought I would re-write my review for the DVD and Blu-Ray version, as it might be of some interest or knowledge to some. I recently purchased my own copy of Titanic on Blu-Ray since and thought it would be of some use to share what I discovered. The DVD version has additional deleted scenes that fill in the gaps of where they put the commercial breaks. The most predominant scenes include: 1. Thomas Andrews and Benjamin Guggenheim in the first class smoking room as the ship is foundering as both the Manton's and Lightholler pass through. 2. A conversation on the bridge between Chief Officer Wilde and First Officer Murdoch. 3. A conversation on the bridge between First officer Murdoch and Captain Smith before Titanic's bridge is submerged. Other additional scenes (although not as drastic) are included that make the story lines better developed and flow much nicer between each episode. Also because of the added scenes, the characters' conclusions are much more satisfying (the only conclusion that still left me unsatisfied was that of Mary Maloney, in the end you are almost left wondering if you were ever supposed to really care about her or her story at all. I feel as though her character never truly developed as much as the other characters, because I was still lacking understanding for some of her actions). The deleted scenes are not bonus features and are included within the film. You have the option to "play all" episodes, or watch them one by one. I highly recommend the "play all" option, it has a running time of 187 minutes which will be long for some, but I find you are more aware and drawn into the stories, and because it is a drama it is much more of an emotional experience if you watch them consecutively because you are still in that mindset. The 1080i (not 1080p) high definition quality of the picture is beautiful and crisp. I didn't pay much attention to the sound quality but it was good for my ears (on a side note I did have to put subtitles on at times to understand some muddled dialogue because of some of their accents). Titanic is a two disc collection, Disc One contains all four episodes and the Set Up options. Disc Two contains 2 hours of bonus material for those interested, including: The making-of Featurette, Titanic: Behind-the-Production, Episode One Audio Commentary, and "The Curse of the Titanic Sisters" Documentary. Do not go on the opinion of others, watch it first then make your own judgements. Julian Fellowes' Titanic felt to me more like a re-imagining than a retelling of an all too familiar story. Titanic is told in such a style both visually and narratively, that I found it to be compelling. Of course that is just a personal opinion. If you still feel uncertain about purchasing Titanic, rent it (if you can) first it is your safest and cheapest option.

9 out of 10 stars

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