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TV-PG | | Drama | TV Mini-Series (2012)
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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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Sadly never seems to leave the deck
29 May 2012 | by TheLittleSongbirdSee all my reviews

I wanted to like this mini-series, really I did. I love Downton Abbey and Gosford Park is great fun, so it isn't as if I am not a fan of Julian Fellowes. And this had a great cast on paper. Unfortunately, apart from some beautiful photography, gorgeous costumes and a wonderfully-rendered ship as well as some decent turns from Glen Blackhall and Geraldine Somerville, this soggy ITV drama sadly never seems to leave the deck. A main problem of mine was the pace. Most of the drama had a very rushed feel to it, consequently characters came and went, story lines(and rather derivative ones at that) were introduced but never satisfactorily elaborated upon or resolved(especially Mary Maloney's) and the main characters lack depth or even any sort of genuine personality and it doesn't help that here they are all underdeveloped stereotypes.

Some scenes particularly at the start take a while to get going, maybe in an attempt to give the characters depth but seeing as they failed with that aspect the first episode was dull, and the sinking scenes which had potential to be riveting lacked any true tension. The dialogue lacks the control and wit also of Downton Abbey and Gosford Park, it is all very stilted and soap-opera-ish with some parts like with the younger actors cringe-worthy and there are a couple of heavy accents too making some of the dialogue muddled. The rest of the acting considering the cast pedigree was disappointing, and the fact that a lot don't have much to do has a lot to do with it.

Toby Jones for example is a good actor, but is one of these, and for me he also had a character that was all too derivative of some of his other roles(such as a less-evil version of Quilp from The Old Curiosity Shop). The rest of the cast that aren't the main focus of the drama are so little used and so scatter-shot in their appearances that their acting is downright forgettable. All in all, a big soggy and largely unmoving disappointment, better than the animated versions, which are the "what-the-devil-did-I-just-watch?" sort of quality, but for a better version try the sumptuous James Cameron version which had an absolutely riveting last hour and especially the brilliant A Night to Remember. 4/10 Bethany Cox

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