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The two founders of the Titanic Historical Society, Ed and Karen Kamuda, are also in there - they're strolling the deck behind Molly Brown as she's talking to Jack about what he's going to wear for dinner.
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Does anyone know

What World War 2 ship was used in filming some of the boiler room scenes in the James Cameron film?

My trivia list says the WWII ship SS Jeremiah O'Brien (Smaller railings and catwalks were installed to make the engines appear bigger) but I thought it was one of the Queen'[sign in to see URL] anyone confirm the SS Jeremiah O' Brien?? I'm not an expert on other [sign in to see URL] just know Titanic and her sisters..



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Hi Rosie 1912

I am afraid not been up on the movie or realy any movie, Not been a buff, I am unsure as this one goes.

I may not like the movie but find this thread intriguing.

I do however seem to remeber something about a WWII ship been used but again I dont realy know.

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re car scene, where there's a will there's a way. think positive and I am sure you will think of one. Or is it just my mind working overtime now.

tea shirts and jeans. Hmmm does nowt for me :-)

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This thread has expired from the time in titanic rms. if used it will be reinstated

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titanicangel06 wrote:
[...] when rose was floating on the door singing, when the cam goes to the sky you can see an airliner flying overhead with its lights flashing.



I can't remember ever hearing that be said before.

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Does anyone know

What World War 2 ship was used in filming some of the boiler room scenes in the James Cameron film?

My trivia list says the WWII ship SS Jeremiah O'Brien (Smaller railings and catwalks were installed to make the engines appear bigger) but I thought it was one of the Queen'[sign in to see URL] anyone confirm the SS Jeremiah O' Brien?? I'm not an expert on other [sign in to see URL] just know Titanic and her sisters..



It is correct, I believe, that footage of the SS Jeremiah O' Brien's engines were used in the film.

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