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Titanic History

Friday, July 12, 2024
1941 - 1st class survivor Mrs Malvina Helen Cornell died in New York, USA at the age of 84.

1972 - 2nd class survivor Miss Kate Buss died of heart failure / disease in Independence, Oregon, USA at the age of 96.

1892 - 3rd class passenger Mr Peter Andreas Lauritz Andersen S°holt was born.

1911 - 3rd class survivor Miss Helene Barbara Baclini was born to Solomon Baclini and Latifa Qurban Baclini.

1924 - 3rd class survivor Mr Neshan Krekorian married Persa Vartanian, who was not on the Titanic.

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The Flub Report
by Copal

In learning more about the making of Titanic, I've come upon scads of claims that there are flubs throughout. Since I now have the DVD, and therefore the capability to watch the movie frame-by-frame, I used the list I had accumulated and looked for myself. My motivation in writing the Flub Report is my growing fascination with film making and the creating of the illusion that seems so flawless on screen. With so much money at their disposal, and under James Cameron's perfectionistic eye, many flubs remained in the final cut. Of course there are the commonly known ones, like the glob of spit on Jack's chin that isn't there from one angle, but appears in the next shot. We won't be delving into those, just the ones that are new discoveries I hadn't heard terribly much about. I'll also be debunking some so-called flubs that turned out not to be true flubs and pointing out things that weren't necessarily mistakes but that you may not have caught. Along the way, I will share pictures, showing what I'm describing so you can see comparisons and understand the context.
High and Low Heels
Dec/Jan 2002
Revealing What's Hidden
Feb/Mar 2002

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