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wow that is a lot of things. lol.

there actually was a website called titanic bloopers but i amnot sure if it is still active or not.

you are right about the 'hidden' faces ..
don lynch played the boys father.
ed and karen kamuda [founders and president of the titanic historical society] played first class passengers lounging in deck chairs.

i thought that was pretty cool.
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Bloopers are on a lot of sites.. I've got them on mine..

Here's the Hidden Faces..
Now, I didn't write these, someone submitted them to me for me to place on my Titanic site.. but they're interesting none the less..


1. Jack Thayer- Outside on B-Deck immediately after the collision; asks, "Did you see all the fun?" Or something of the like.

2. Harry Widener- Same scene. Tosses Jack a chunk of ice.

3. Mr. George Widener- Same scene again. Standing beside Harry.

4. Ms. Elizabeth Lines- Sitting behind Capt. Smith and Mr. Ismay as they are talking about lighting the last four boilers.

5. William T. Stead- Walking at the base of the Grand Staircase behind Cal immediately after the collision.

6. Frederick Spedden- Tall, slinder gentleman watching the little boy spin the top when Jack steals the coat. Is played by THS Historian, Mr. Don Lynch.

7. Robert Spedden- Same scene. The little boy spinning the top.

8. Charles M. Hays- Standing behind Molly Brown on A-Deck after the collision.

9. Thornton Davidson- Same scene. Same location.

10. The Carter children- On the boat-deck in the scene where Jack is showing Rose his drawings.

11. Mary Lines- Is seen with Elizabeth Lines in the scene where Smith and Ismay are discussing the boilers.

12. Richard Fraser White- Walks up to the Lines' table in the same scene with Smith and Ismay.

13. The Marvins- They are the couple who are seperated when Boat No. 10 is loaded. Were origionally supposed to have had a large role in the film.

14. Capt. Edward G. Crosby- Is the old man watching Robert Spedden spin his top when Jack steals the coat.

15. Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson H. Bishop- They are the couple that lets out a yell when Lifeboat No. 7 jerks in its davits.

16. Chief Baker Charles Joughin- Mr. Joughin can clearly be seen on the stern of the ship. He helps Rose and says, "I've got you, Miss." He is also visible on the stern beside Jack and Rose, still downing Gordon's Gin. You can't miss him.

17. Mr. and Mrs. William Carter- Are seen boarding the ship with more than one dog. They were the only passengers on board with more than one dog.

18. Ed and Karen Kamuda- Can be briefly seen on the promenade deck during the spitting scene. Although some can't spot them due to the fact that they are easily missed, I got the info. from the couple who played them.

19. Laura Frankatelli- Is visible behind Sir Cosmo and Lucille Duff Gordon when they board at Cherbourg. She was the Gordon's secretary.

20. Victor Giglio- Is the young man sitting in a chair behind Benjamin Guggenheim during his death scene.

21. Major Arthur Peuchen- Is the man sitting behind Molly Brown in the lifeboat while she is having an argument about going back for more survivors.

22. Robert Hitchens- Same scene. Is the man Molly is arguing with.

23. Mrs. Caroline Brown- Is being escorted by Colonel Gracie to the forward lifeboats when Rose runs up to him inquiring as to whether or not there are any more boats.

24. Ms. Edith Evans- Same scene. Is also being escorted.

25. Gladys Cherry- Is the young lady with the Countess of Rothes as the ladies are snubbing Molly Brown at tea.

26. Eva Hart- Is the little girl crying in the lifeboat as it is being lowered. Says, "Daddy, get in the boat!"

27. Mr. Hart- Same scene. Is the man talking to Eva. Says, "You be a good little girl and hold mommy's hand. This boat's for the mommies and children, their will be another for the daddies."

28. Father Thomas Byles- Is the priest praying with the passengers on the stern as the ship sinks.

29. John B. Thayer- Descending the Grand Staircase before Jack sees Rose before dinner.

30. Marion Thayer- Same scene. Is wearing a lime-green dress.

31. Mrs. Hays- Standing with Mr. Hays at a banister in the above-mentioned scene.

32. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Warren- Mr. Warren is the man who nods at Jack at the base of the Grand Staircase before he goes to dinner.

33. Washington Dodge- The man who walks by as Rose is first viewing Jack's drawings.

34. Jakob Birnbaum- The man who Jack punches in the water.

35. Engelhart Osby- Is the older gentleman on the stern, contemplating whether or not to go farther aft.

36. Harry Molson- Is descending the staircase as Spicer Lovejoy slips the necklace in Jack's pocket.

37. Wallace Henry Hartely- Is the leader of the Titanic's orchestra. Plays a violin and is the first to volunteer to stay in the film.

38. Percy Cornelius Taylor- Is the member of the Titanic's orchestra who has the fancy mustache.


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very interesting indeed...

don lynch is a great historian too.

it is hrad to belive that he would let something like that slip by.... i guess you really can not catch everything all the time.
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Don't forget it wasn't just James Cameron - there are hundreds of people involved in a movie, not all of them experts on the historical context of the film.

I think the one that bugged me the most was the idea that no one would notice someone sneaking up from Third Class. This could have gotten the ship quarantined in New York harbor for two weeks at White Star's expense. Hardly believable.
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yeah that was wrong . you would never have seen a 3rd class person with any other class of passengers in those days... that is for sure.
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Hi All

Wow the list goes on and on, As for historians not been correct all the time, it was Don Lynch who said Hichens was harbour master till proved wrong. He also said Hichens stole a boat to return to UK from Africa.

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Hello all, please tell me what "Hidden Faces" here mean? Who are these people you are talking about here?? emoticon I really don't know!

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Hi Titanica

I think they mean people in the scenes who should not be there and not mentioned by name but may be wrong

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I like in the end when you see lowe with the flashlight before he gives instructions to go back he moves his flashlight in circles but if you look the light on the showing down on the boat doesnt move at all. It looks like soeone forgot to dim the backdrop lights because right before that he turnedaround and looked to have had a very suprised look on his [sign in to see URL] eyes were wide like he was saying" arent you forgetting something guys?"

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Graham- Yes you are correct in a sense. Hidden faces being passengers on the ship who where never mentioned by name but are known because of books and such (ie: Douglas Spedden and the top as Jack climbs into 1st class, he isn't mentioned by name but because of the famous picture we know who he is) they belong in the scene but just aren't well known as Molly Brown or the Astors.

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