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Saved from the Titanic: A young woman tells her parents and fiance (in flashback) about the recent sinking of the Titanic and her experiences as a passenger during the disaster. Her intended marriage now faces a new hazard because her fiance is a sailor and her parents have just been reminded of the dangers of the sea.

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Released: May 14, 1912
Runtime: 10 mins
Genres: Drama Short
Countries: USA
Director: Étienne Arnaud
Actors: Alec B Francis Dorothy Gibson Guy Oliver Isabel Lamon John G Adolfi Julia Stuart Muriel Ostriche William R Dunn

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Posted by jacqualine14 2 years, 6 months ago
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Not what I expected. I didn't see Dorothy Gibson who was an actress that survived the Titanic tragedy. Interesting to see the footage of the ships and the people of the time. 3/5 for me.

Posted by kelchjr 2 years, 11 months ago
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2 out 3 people in this video died :(

Posted by omahablackrose 3 years ago
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this makes the whole perspective of how Titanic was. A senseless tragedy indeed, but all in all, I know also that those items we saw loaded into her are sitting in the Atlantic Ocean, and as all good captains did when their ships floundered, he stayed where he was. Maybe in the grand staircase, the whole Titanic entourage is laughing and going on about their ways in spirit. God Bless Those souls.

Posted by Ladyredbushi 3 years, 4 months ago
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Nice footage, a most for history buffs

Posted by nozilla 3 years, 5 months ago
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5/5 makes you think it could all been avoided.senseless tragedy!!!!

Posted by KalibuR 3 years, 5 months ago
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right this was a gem that couldn't be missed now lets go watch the 2000 remake lol

Posted by kacall 3 years, 5 months ago
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Remarkable rare footage of the sailing of the Titanic and the rescue ship Carpathia. Not what the description says.We are given insights into what people wore, how simple things such as loading of items on board the ship was done,everyday clothing,nearby sailing vessels,communication devices and other day to day living items used.Amazing glimpses into life one hundred years ago.As I watched this, I could not help but feel pity for those captured on film, wondering who lived and who died. My knowing that what was loaded onto the ship was doomed for the bottom of the ocean and that as Captain Smith surveyed his vessel before departing, he was soon to go down to a watery grave.

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