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What part of James Cameron's 1997 Titanic is your favourite?

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:-) the end

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I watched the deleted scenes recently and I enjoyed most of the historical ones. I would actually advise watching most of the 4 disk DVD sets special features even if you hate the film. Such as the THS tour of the ship.

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I agree Thomas!

My favourite part of the film is the collision and sinking scenes.

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I watched the deleted scenes recently and I enjoyed most of the historical ones. I would actually advise watching most of the 4 disk DVD sets special features even if you hate the film. Such as the THS tour of the ship.



Four disc DVD sets!? emoticon I didn't know that there were a 4disc DVD set...I have only just the 3 disc DVD set, in my possession.

BTW, my favorite scenes are the ariel shots of Titanic near the beginning of the film for which she's leaving Queestown (Cobh), Ireland, and is heading out to the open sea. How magnificently gorgeous she is too!? <sigh>

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I think it might be 3 disks in the US and 4 in the UK version.

Disk 1 and 2 have the film with commentary by the cast, crew, James Cameron and the historical comentary, the alternate ending, my heart will go on video and branching footage.

Disk 3 has parodies of the film, the deleted scenes and optional historical and James Cameron commentary to go with them.

Disk 4 has the trailers, documentaries and production features and how they made the film.
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BTW, my favorite scenes are the ariel shots of Titanic near the beginning of the film for which she's leaving Queestown (Cobh), Ireland, and is heading out to the open sea. How magnificently gorgeous she is too!? <sigh>


I think that is my favourite scene. emoticon

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