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The Last Signals (2012)

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Junior telegraphist Harold Bride boards the RMS Titanic expecting his career to be a breeze from here on, yet he never expects he and his Chief, John Phillips, to be at the center of saving... See full summary »

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Thomas Lynskey

Writer:

Thomas Lynskey
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jake Swing Jake Swing ... Harold Bride
Thomas Lynskey Thomas Lynskey ... John Phillips
Robert Bagdon Robert Bagdon ... Harold Cottam
Richard Myers Richard Myers ... Captain Edward John Smith
Andrew Leland Andrew Leland ... Sixth Officer James Moody
Edward Schneider Edward Schneider ... Second Officer Charles Lightoller
Amanda Farese Amanda Farese ... Female Passenger
Friedrich Haas Friedrich Haas ... Guglielmo Marconi
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chris Becker ... Uncle Jarvis
Taylor Gibson Taylor Gibson ... Irish Engineer (voice)
Richard Recklau Richard Recklau ... Engineroom Worker
Jordan Toovey Jordan Toovey ... (voice)
Jeff Warmkessel Jeff Warmkessel ... Fourth Officer Joseph Boxhall
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Junior telegraphist Harold Bride boards the RMS Titanic expecting his career to be a breeze from here on, yet he never expects he and his Chief, John Phillips, to be at the center of saving the lives of the passengers on board... or as many as humanly possible... Written by Summary by Anonymous

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The True Story of Harold Bride, Titanic's Assistant Telegraph Operator


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 February 2012 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Brigantine, New Jersey, USA See more »

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Budget:

$4,000 (estimated)
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JKilts Films See more »
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Trivia

The film was shot in colour, but in post-production was converted to black and white. This was an intended allusion to A Night To Remember (1958). It also hid some of the blemishes on the set due to budgeting restrictions and gave the film a vintage feel. See more »

Connections

Edited into The Two Things That Stood Out (2012) See more »

Soundtracks

Songe D'Automne
Written by Archibald Joyce (uncredited)
Featured as the theme for John Phillips. This is the song Harold Bride claimed was the last song played by the band, as opposed to "Nearer My God, To Thee".
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Captures the suspense and emotion while still remaining historically accurate.
12 February 2012 | by ianlaingSee all my reviews

This short film is great for those of us who are interested in the historical event, as well as for those who want to feel really involved in the story. The character portrayal is excellent. The rolls of Harold Bride and John Phillips are totally believable and their dialog seems to come completely naturally as it would have in the actual event. You really get a good sense of what the characters were like as well as who they were historically. You also get a good sense of the working relationship between the two. This really helps you to relate to the characters and tie you into the plot, and makes it that much more suspenseful later on in the film. Throw it all together with a great set, some explosions, and special effects and you'll feel like you were on the ship. Spot on ya mates!


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