Hi. Before I want to add more information, I read through his page and found some odd grammar. Upon research, I found that you were the first to change the "not" featured to "no" featured and I wonder why. It's been some time since said edit but maybe you are able to remember https://titanic.fandom.com/wiki/Thomas_Andrews?diff=next&oldid=22890
Hi! I think Harry Widener make a possible cameo in the 1953 Film Titanic, as he was in the same table with George & Eleanor Widener, just like him in the real life, and i think the actor is also in the same age of him. Did yo agree?
In A Night to Remember, there is another unnamed man in Lifeboat 6 (Margaret Brown's boat). Who do you think he is? considering that there were only 4 men in lifeboat 6 in real life, while in A Night to Remember there were only 3 (Puchen, Hitchens and 1 unnamed man). Obviously he's not Frederick Fleet because he's completely different. Is he Phillip Zenni? the most plausible possibility was him.
The lifeboat design was pathetic, in Collapsible B there seemed to be less than 13 people on board, while in lifeboats 14 were about 15-16 people on it. It's strange if Isabella said the boat should "be able to accommodate 65 people" because the boat looks full with about only 20 people on it🤣.
What about this guy in lifeboat 6? this is in S.O.S. Titanic. This guy was definitely too young to be Peuchen, and this wasn't Fleet either. This man was also the one who said "You're speaking to a lady!" when Hitchens scolded Margaret Brown. What do you think about it?
In A Night to Remember, there is a Steward assisting Benjamin Guggenheim in putting on his life belt. He then made Guggenheim put on a thick sweater on him. Just like Henry Etches in real life. And i thik his actor also has a moustache like Etches (altough he's should be older). What do you think about it?
It was hard to identify who he really was, but isn't this man who dressed like a priest is Thomas Byles? this character only appears briefly during the final plunge, around the aft boat deck, much like the real Thomas Byles during the final plunge, comforting and praying with other passengers. Do you think this man is Father Byles? What do you think about it?
Alright, but do you have any recommended sites where I can get each episode in a good quality? on YouTube, the quality is only 360p, and do you know where can I find of those informatiom about the extra actors / actresses?
In the 1997 Film, during the scene when Ruth and Countess of Rothes have a tea in the Reception Room, there is another woman sitting beside of the Countess. But i don't know who is she, is she was the Benjamin Guggengeim Mistress, Madame Aubart? But she doesn't look like her. Some of the fans believe that she was Gladys Cherry, but she never appear again. Who do you think she is?
Alright, your opinion is quite reasonable, i'll add it to her pages.
It's a shame that the 1997 film focused too much on the plot of Rose and Jack, making many of the real Titanic passengers only as minor characters.
Do you know who was the woman that Benjamin Guggenheim gives a message to her in S.O.S. Titanic? is she Leontiné Aubart? but isn't in this film that Aubart is told that she was left behind in Europe? It's just that we can only see her back. What do you think?
Don't the musicians in this 1997 film seem too old compared to the real musicians who are only around 20-30 years old? The musicians in this film look 30-40 years old with slightly gray hair.
And why can we only see 6 musicians? shouldn't there be 8? Was it when the Titanic sank the eight of them playing music together or separately?
Then if we notices when the musicians play "Nearer My God to Thee", only 4 musicians are left. Where did the other 2 musicians go? What do you think about it?
Actually the oldest member of the Titanic's musicians was Percy Cornelius Taylor was 40 years old. However, the people who hired extras/musicians don't pay too much attention to those details. Like age of the real musicians or how many were on the Titanic.
For the 1997 film: they had an actual band called I Salonisti which is made up of 5 musicians and Jonathan Evans-Jones, who played Wallace Hartley.
For the piano player = he couldn't bring the piano up on deck with them. I think he stayed on the ship to help people in the lifeboats.
The first violinist = probaby had enough playing with no one listening. But didn't want to leave the sinking Titanic.
That's a kinda odd, considering that according to the testimony of steward Edward Brown, the eight of them were last seen behind the 1st funnel near the grand staircase, while 3 were swept away by the water and the remaining 5 were holding hands. This mean that they all stay together until the end. And shouldn't they already be wearing life jackets? in their movies no one wears a life jacket even when the water starts to approaching them.
Is she was Laura Mabel Francatelli? We all know that Sir and Lady Richard are Sir Cosmo and Lady Duff-Gordon, but is this woman was Lady Richard's secretary or maybe her maid? but we never saw her onboard the Titanic, weird. Then, who is the valet next to him? I don't remember that Sir Cosmo having a valet. What do you think about it?
1 = she is mentioned in Walter Lord's book. She didn't write to Lord for his research for A Night to Remember, but she wrote back to him. Let's just say she wasn't happy how he portrayed her. http://www.paullee.com/titanic/lfrancatelli.html
2 = I don't know. I have to look for a book about the Duff Gordon's to figure it out.
"Having received several copies of 'Readers Digest' Jan 56 in which you write a story of the 'Titanic' I am shocked beyond belief the remarks you write about me, and whom I was with, and so so far from the Truth, certainly our thoughts were not on luxury goods. We were praying to our God almighty for His Blessings. Everyone living through that terrible night, the greatest tragedy at sea, it is cruel to say the least, that one who has not been there, should write and cast a shadow on a survivor's behaviour. Have written many letters to my friends in England and America who know the truth of our terrible experiences. If Officer Murdoch can speak he will tell you he put us in the Captain's Emergency Boat, the last to leave the Boat deck and we were the last to get in."
What about this woman in the 2012 miniseries? She is the one who was embraced by Roberta Maioni, the Countess of Rothes maid. Is this woman was Eleanor Widener's maid, Amalie Geiger? too bad because we can't see her clearly. Or maybe she appeared during the scene in Maid's & Valet's Saloon? What do you think about it?