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The eve of the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic seems a good time to consider the status of the cast of the 1958 film "A Night To Remember". Still thought by many to be the best Titanic film, it is packed with famous names and familiar faces, many uncredited. (I still haven't managed to spot Sean Connery, mind you.)

 

Below, courtesy of IMDB, is the complete cast list (or so it says). I've attached year of death where applicable, and year of birth where no death is indicated. The latter are highlighted in red. Names in green are those for whom no dates are supplied by IMDB. Please note all the data is taken from IMDB and I have not cross-checked any of it, so there may be some errors.

 

I have not included film crew, but note that all the principals (director, writers, producer) have departed.

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A ? denotes no life dates supplied in IMDB.

 

Kenneth More d 1982 Second Officer Charles Herbert Lightoller
Ronald Allen d 1991 Mr. Clarke
Robert Ayres d 1968 Maj. Arthur Peuchen
Honor Blackman b 1927 Mrs. Liz Lucas d 2020
Anthony Bushell d 1997 Capt. Arthur Rostron - Carpathia
John Cairney b 1930 Mr. Murphy
Jill Dixon b 1935 Mrs. Clarke
Jane Downs b 1935 Mrs. Sylvia Lightoller d 2015
James Dyrenforth d 1973 Col. Archibald Gracie
Michael Goodliffe d 1976 Thomas Andrews
Kenneth Griffith d 2006 Wireless Operator John 'Jack' Phillips
Harriette Johns d 1990 Lady Richard
Frank Lawton d 1969 Chairman J. Bruce Ismay
Richard Leech d 2004 First Officer William Murdoch
David McCallum b 1933 Assistant Wireless Operator Harold Bride
Alec McCowen b 1925 Wireless Operator Harold Thomas Cottam - Carpathia d 2017
Tucker McGuire d 1988 Mrs. Margaret 'Molly' Brown
John Merivale d 1990 Robbie Lucas
Ralph Michael d 1994 Mr. Yates
Laurence Naismith d 1992 Capt. Edward John Smith
Russell Napier d 1974 Capt. Stanley Lord - Californian
Redmond Phillips d 1993 Mr. Hoyle
George Rose d 1988 Chief Baker Charles Joughin
Joseph Tomelty d 1995 Dr. William O'Loughlin
Patrick Waddington d 1987 Sir Richard
Jack Watling d 2001 Fourth Officer Joseph Boxhall
Geoffrey Bayldon b 1924 Wireless Operator Cyril Evans - Californian d 2017
Michael Bryant d 2002 Sixth Officer James Moody
Cyril Chamberlain d 1974 Quartermaster George Thomas Rowe
Bee Duffell d 1974 Mrs. Farrell
Harold Goldblatt d 1982 Benjamin Guggenheim
Gerald Harper b 1929 3rd Officer - Carpathia
Richard Hayward d 1964 Victualling Officer
Thomas Heathcote d 1986 Steward
Danuta Karell ? Polish Mother
Andrew Keir d 1997 Chief Engineer Joseph Bell - Titanic
Christina Lubicz ? Polish Girl
Barry MacGregor b 1936 Apprentice James Gibson (Californian)
Edward Malin d 1977 Dining Saloon Steward (as Eddie Malin)
Patrick McAlinney d 1990 Mr. James Farrell
Helen Misener d 1960 Mrs. Ida Straus
Mary Monahan ? Kate
Howard Pays d 2002 Fifth Officer Harold Lowe
Philip Ray d 1978 Reverend Anderson
Harold Siddons d 1963 Second Officer Herbert Stone - Californian
Julian Somers d 1976 Mr. Bull - Man on Train
Tim Turner d 1987 Third Officer Charles Groves - Californian
Meier Tzelniker d 1982 Mr. Isador Straus
Jean Anderson d 2001 Stuffy Lady in Lifeboat (uncredited)
Roger Avon d 1998 Lookout Reginald Lee (uncredited)
Denise Aylmer ? Older Sharp-Featured Woman with Black Curly Hair (uncredited)

     

Richard Beale b 1920 Harbour Pilot (uncredited)  d 2017
Charles Belchier d 1968 Wallace Hartley - Orchestra Leader (uncredited)
Joan Benham d 1981 Lottie (uncredited)
Janet Bradbury ? Titanic Passenger (uncredited)
Olwen Brookes d 1976 Miss Evans (uncredited)
Jeremy Bulloch b 1945 Boy Jumping Into Water (uncredited) d 2020
Henry Campbell ? W.T. Stead (uncredited)
Pauline Challoner b 1951 Lucas Child (uncredited)
Alexis Chesnakov d 1984 Passenger (uncredited)
Donald Churchill d 1991 Passenger (uncredited)
Richard Clarke d 2005 Gallagher (uncredited)
George A. Cooper b 1925 Carpathia Purser Hughes (uncredited) d 2018
John Dunbar d 2001 Scotsman (uncredited)
Gay Emma b 1947 Lucas Child (uncredited)
Bernard Fox b 1927 Lookout Frederick Fleet (uncredited) d 2016
Peter Grant d 1995 Titanic Crew Member (uncredited)
Rosamund Greenwood d 1997 Mrs. Bull - Woman on Train (uncredited)
Jonathan Hanson ? Hysterical Man (uncredited)
Paul Hardwick d 1983 Guggenheim's Valet (uncredited)
Gladys Henson d 1982 Hysterical Woman (uncredited)
Carmen Hill d 1970 Titanic Passenger (uncredited)
Glyn Houston b 1926 Stoker (uncredited) d 2019
Robert James d 2004 2nd Engineer Officer James Hesketh (uncredited)
Stratford Johns d 2002 Crewman on Upturned Lifeboat (uncredited)
Jeremy Judge b 1950 Minor Role (uncredited)
Ann Lancaster d 1970 Titanic Passenger (uncredited)
Howard Lang d 1989 Chief Officer Henry Wilde (Titanic) (uncredited)
Gerald Lawson d 1973 Steerage Passenger (uncredited)
Charles Leno d 1972 Seaman (uncredited)
Desmond Llewelyn d 1999 Seaman at Steerage Gate (uncredited)
Arthur Lovegrove d 1981 Stoker (uncredited)
Stephen Lowe b 1947 Tom Lucas (uncredited)
Clive Marshall ? Crew Member (uncredited)
John Moulder-Brown b 1953 Titanic Passenger (uncredited)
Derren Nesbitt b 1935 Stoker Holding Oar on Upturned Lifeboat (uncredited)
Etain O'Dell ? Irish Girl (uncredited)
Maureen O'Reilly ? Irish Girl (uncredited)
Hal Osmond d 1959 Steward (uncredited)
Anthony Pendrell d 1986 Passenger (uncredited)
Steve Plytas d 1994 Greek Steerage Passenger Arguing with James Kieran (uncredited)
Robert Raglan d 1985 Carpathia Chief Engineer (uncredited)
Mavis Ranson b 1948 Titanic Passenger (uncredited)
Joyce Riley ? Titanic Passenger (uncredited)
George Roderick d 1976 Steward (uncredited)
Alan Rolfe d 2005 Seaman (uncredited)
Norman Rossington d 1999 James Kieran - Titanic Chief Steerage Steward (uncredited)
Grace Denbigh Russell d 1969 Woman (uncredited)
Hennie Scott b 1948 Titanic crewman (uncredited)
Robert Scroggins ? Titanic Bellboy (uncredited)
Richard Shaw d 2010 Crewman (uncredited)
Charles Stapley d 2011 Passenger (uncredited)
Jack Stewart d 1966 Stoker (uncredited)
Marianne Stone d 2009 Stewardess (uncredited)
James Sutherland ? Titanic Passenger (uncredited)
Alma Taylor d 1974 Old Lady (uncredited)
Teresa Thorne ? Miss Edith Russell (uncredited)
The Blake Twins (Janice & Jennifer ) ? Titanic Passengers (uncredited)
Stuart Wagstaff d 2015 Titanic Steward (uncredited)
John Warren b 1916 d 1977 Titanic Crewman (uncredited)
Russell Waters d 1982 Chief Clerk, Victualling Department (uncredited)
Joey White ? Titanic Passenger (uncredited)
Gordon Whiting d 2002 Clerk, Victualling Department (uncredited)
Kathleen Williams d 1984 Titanic Passenger (uncredited)

 

Cast members added to IMDB since initial posting - all uncredited

 

John Adams

 

Passenger

Chris Adcock

d 1998

Injured Stoker / Steerage Passenger / First Class Passenger

Bart Allison

d 1978

Drunk

Gerald Andersen

d 1964

1st Officer Dean [Carpathia]

Keith Anderson

d 2007

Assistant Purser

Frank Andrews

 

Passenger

Maidie Andrews

d 1986

Christening Lady

Laurence Archer

d 1983

Dignitary at Launching

Jack Armstrong

 

First Class Passenger / Passenger

Micky Baker

d 2017

Bellboy

William Baskiville

d 1972

Passenger

Hyma Beckley

d 2004

Passenger

Pauline Bentley

 

1st Class Passenger

Charlie Bird

 

Passenger

David Birks

d 1985

Stoker / Crewman

Diana Blackwood

d 1960

Passenger with Baby

Ernest Blyth

 

1st Class Passenger

Wallace Bosco

d 1973

1st Class Passenger

Roger Bourne

d 1997

Musician

Eddie Boyce

 

Chef

Peter Brace

d 2018

Stoker

Douglas Bradley-Smith

d 1963

Head Waiter

Paddy Brannigan

 

Crewman

Victor Brooks

d 2000

Bridge Officer [Californian]

Ken Buckle

d 1994

Titanic Deckhand

Margaret Bull

d 1984

1st Class Passenger

Janet Burnell

d 1999

1st Class Passenger

Joy Burnett

 

Mary - Passenger

Robin Burns

 

Passenger

Peter Burton

d 1989

1st Class Steward

Maurice Bush

d 1999

Californian Crewman

Jimmy Cains

 

Victualling Clerk

Ursula Camm

d 1986

Mother

Dennis Carnell

 

Third Officer Pitman

Alf Casha

 

Steward / Steerage Passenger

Tony Castleton

 

Steerage Passenger / 1st Class Passenger

Pamela Chamberlain

b 1932

Lifeboat Passenger

Pauline Chamberlain

d 2021

Wife

Ronald Clarke

 

Crewman with Deck Chairs

Austin Cooper

 

Steward

George Lane Cooper

d 2002

Passenger

Michael Corcoran

 

Lookout [Californian]

Eric Corrie

d 1999

Stoker who tries to steal life jacket

Emerton Court

d 1961

Chief Engineer Joseph Bell

June Cowell

 

Workhouse Girl

Harold Coyne

d 2013

Steerage Passenger

Susan Crawford

 

Passenger

Dan Cressey

 

Quartermaster Alfred Oliver

Bill Cummings

d 2002

Stoker / Passenger in Water

George Curtis

 

Steward / Crewman

Dan Darnelli

 

Card Player

David Davenport

d 1995

Bridge Officer [Carpathia]

Reggie de Beer

d 1979

1st Class Passenger

Barry De Boulay

 

Crewman

Brenda Dean

d 1998

1st Class Passenger

Jack Dearlove

d 2009

Wedding Guest / Waiter / Various Passengers

Arthur Dibbs

 

Butler

Eddie Dillon

 

Waiter / Passenger

Steve Donahue

d 1998

Crewman

Brenda Dunrich

d 1977

1st Class Passenger

Marusa Elias

 

Passenger

Gilda Emmanuelli

b 1952

1st Class Passenger

Mabel Etherington

 

First Class Passenger

Joyce Everson

d 2004

Steerage Passenger

Roy Everson

 

Passenger

Grenville Eves

d 1972

2nd Engineer Officer Harrison

Anthony Faramus

d.1990

Passenger

Frederick Farley

d 1978

Workhouse Guardian

Keith Faulkner

b 1936

Passenger

Max Faulkner

d 2010

Waiter

Manfrid Felix

 

Passenger

Ernest Fennemore

d 1972

Passenger

Lee Fenton

 

1st Class Passenger / Steerage Passenger / 2nd Class Passenger

Helen Ford

d 1982

Steerage Passenger

Bernard Foreman

 

Seaman

Chick Fowles

 

Wedding Guest / Passenger

William Fox

d 2008

1st Class Passenger

Irene French

 

Irish Girl

Otto Friese

b 1928

Passenger

Tex Fuller

d 2020

Passenger / Crewman

Rex Garner

d 2015

Wine Waiter

Muriel Greenslade

 

Wedding Guest / First Class Passenger

Joyce Gregg

d 1981

Passenger

Arthur Gross

 

Quartermaster Robert Hitchens

Lucia Guillon

 

1st Class Passenger

Fred Haggerty

d 2002

Passenger

Patrick Halpin

d 1971

First Class Passenger

Ronnie Harries

 

Crewman

Aidan Harrington

d 2017

Steward / Steerage Passenger

Victor Harrington

d 1980

Passenger

Gordon Harris

d 1965

Steward

Eileen Harvey

 

First Class Passenger

John Hayward

 

Passenger who Jumps in the Sea

Jack Hedley

b 1930

Passenger on deck

Eric Henderson

 

Steerage Passenger / 1st Class Passenger

Jack Hetherington

 

Passenger Ejected from Lifeboat

Hubert Hill

 

Engineer / Deck Hand

Ian Hobbs

 

Young Passenger

George Holdcroft

 

First Class Passenger

Derek Holmes

d 2002

Passenger

Ned Hood

 

1st Class Passenger

Lindsay Hooper

 

Steerage Passenger / Electrician

Arthur Hosking

d 1959

Purser Hugh McElroy

Arthur Howell

d 2003

Crewman

Alastair Hunter

d 1996

Steward at Steerage Gate

Prudence Hyman

d 1995

Passenger

Miki Iveria

d 1994

Lifeboat passenger

Ann Jay

 

1st Class Passenger

Billy John

d 1999

Dignitary at Launching / Passenger

Barry Johns

d 2008

Steward / Steerage Passenger / 2nd Class Passenger

Yvonne Joseph

 

Passenger

Gerry Judge

d 1986

Waiter / Passenger

Gertrude Kaye

d 1979

Passenger

Frederick Kelsey

 

Dignitary at Launching / First Class Passenger

Cyril Kent

 

Victualling Clerk / 1st Class Passenger

Humphrey Kent

d 1972

Bride's Father

Doreen Keogh

d 2017

Passenger who Jumps in the Sea

Diana King

d 1986

Passenger who refuses to board lifeboat

Anthony Lang

d 1992

First Class Passenger

Michael Lees

d 2004

Man with Souvenir Piece of Ice

Aileen Lewis

d 2014

Passenger in Lifeboat

Fletcher Lightfoot

d 1969

Passenger

Leonard Llewellyn

 

1st Class Passenger

Dickey Luck

 

Steward

Molly Lumley

d 1960

Passenger

Martin Lyder

d 2003

Steward

Ned Lynch

 

Baker

Fred Machon

 

Passenger

Jack Mandeville

b 1921

Crewman

Alf Mangan

d 1988

Crewman

Rosalie Marshall

 

Minor Role

Louis Matto

d 1989

Steerage Passenger / 1st Class Steward

Mary Maxfield

 

1st Class Passenger

Jack May

 

Steerage Passenger

Arthur Mayne

 

Outraged Steward

Allan McClelland

d 1989

Lottie's Husband

Donald McCollum

 

1st Class Passenger

Colin McKenzie

 

Steerage Passenger / 1st Class Passenger

Lane Meddick

d 2017

Leading Stoker Charles Hendrickson

Ronnie Meede

 

Lookout

Tony Mendleson

 

Blake - Officers Steward

Manny Michael

d 2016

Passenger

John More

 

1st Class Passenger

Lola Morice

d 1998

Passenger in Lifeboat

Peter Munt

d 2011

Coachman

Tom Naylor

 

Man in Dressing Gown

Pat Neal

 

Irish Woman / 1st Class Passenger

Richard Neller

d 1970

First Class Passenger

Fred Nicholas

 

1st Class Passenger

Louise Nolan

 

Irish Mother

Jim O'Brady

d 1991

Engineer Being Crushed by Dynamo

George Oliver

 

Crewman

Edward Palmer

d 1982

1st Class Passenger

Toby Perkins

d 1983

1st Class Passenger

Joe Phelps

 

Crewman / Electrician

Paul Phillips

d 1976

Steward

Christine Pollon

d 2012

Passenger in Lifeboat

Derek Prentice

d 1977

1st Class Passenger

Ernie Priest

 

Passenger

Mara Purcell

d 2009

1st Class Passenger

Gillian Raine

d 2018

Passenger

Edith Raye

 

Passenger

Charles Rayford

d 1999

Waiter

Bob Raymond

d 1985

Passenger

Fred Real

 

Steward

Ernie Rice

d 1979

Steerage Passenger

John Richardson

d 2020

Valet

Alan Robinson

d 1989

Chief Steward

Beth Rogan

d 2015

Passenger calling for Eileen

Bill Rooney

 

Bosun

Peter Rosser

 

Card Player

Johnny Rossi

 

Stoker

Harold Sanderson

b 1917

Crewman

Terry Sartain

d 2006

Passenger

Frank Schock

 

Passenger

Arnold Schulkes

d 2016

Wedding Guest / First Class Passenger / Second Class Passenger

Lesley Scoble

b 1949

1st Class Passenger

Bunny Seaman

d 2003

First Class Passenger

Jack Sharp

 

Second Class Passenger / Crewman / Steerage Passenger

Barry Shawzin

d 1968

Passenger

Jack Silk

d 2005

Electrician

Jeff Silk

d 1999

Electrician / First Class Passenger

Bob Simmons

d 1987

Stoker

Tony Spears

 

Passenger

George Spence

 

Passenger

Guy Standeven

d 1998

Passenger

Barry Steele

d 1982

Dying Passenger

Emile Stemmler

b 1911

Steerage Passenger

Charles Stevenson

 

Steerage Passenger

Philip Stewart

 

1st Class Passenger

Fred Stroud

 

Steerage Passenger

John Sullivan

d 1997

Stoker who jumps and misses lifeboat

Dudley Sutton

d 2018

Lookout

Gareth Tandy

b 1949

Boy Passenger

John Tatham

d 1996

First Class Passenger

Jack Taylor

 

Crewman

Larry Taylor

d 2003

Seaman

Siobhan Taylor

b 1950

Child Passenger

Reg Thomason

d 2003

Steward / Crewman / Steerage Passenger / First Class Passenger

Laura Thurlow

b 1937

Passenger

Connie Tilton

d 2017

Hysterical Woman / Passenger in Water

John Timberlake

 

Dignitary at Launching

Rita Tobin-Weske

d 1987

First Class Passenger

Graham Tonbridge

d 1986

Passenger / Crewman

Andrea Troubridge

d 1966

Passenger in Lifeboat

James Ure

 

Passenger

Harry Van Engel

 

Assistant Purser

Joe Wadham

d 1998

Passenger in Lifeboat / SS Californian Quartermaster

Pearl Walters

 

Passenger

Dervis Ward

d 1996

Steward

Del Watson

 

Stoker

June West

 

Passenger

John Wilder

 

Drunken Passenger

Lynn Williams

 

Workhouse Girl / Steerage Passenger

Fred Wood

d 2003

Drowning Passenger

Victor Wood

d 1958

Steward

Alfred Wright

d 1963

Steerage Passenger

Bob Wright

d 1990

Steerage Passenger

Johnny Wyne

 

Passenger

Terry Yorke

d 2003

1st Class Passenger

Stanley Zevic

 

Steerage Passenger

 

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Who played the iceberg?

 

regards,

Hein

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Was it Betty White?

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Who played the iceberg?

 

regards,

Hein

 

Madonna's fanny.

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But seriously, who cares about an iceberg when you've got Adam Adamant, Illya Kuryakin and Catweazle on board .... :D

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I thought Derren Nesbitt had died years ago, now I just have to work out who I got him mixed up with.

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But seriously, who cares about an iceberg when you've got Adam Adamant, Illya Kuryakin and Catweazle on board .... :D

 

Plus Pussy Galore and Boba Fett!!!!

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and James Bond

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John Cairney, who played the young Irish bloke in steerage (and who turns out to be Scottish - never knew that!) has a website with loads of stuff on and includes an interesting video about filming ANTR This was filmed in 2010 and he seems in good form. He is 82 though ...

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Begn watching 'A Night to Remember' either side of the last episode of ITVs Titanic yesterday and the question I had was why did ITV even bother. Four episodes of pretentious, cliched, class angst twaddle even with what on the surface (whoops) looked like a good cast. Whereas ANTR oozed class and an understanding of story telling.

 

I'm not even going to bother with the metaphors. It would just be too easy.

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Ran a quick check through IMDB since the list was posted above. According to that source:

 

Grace Denbigh Russell died in 1969.

Gerald Lawson died in 1973.

Stuart Wagstaff died this year.

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Thanks, YW. I've edited the list accordingly.

 

I did know about Stuart Wagstaff, as he became the first to score for my theme team "Nearer My God To Thee", which features people who have been in films about the Titanic.

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Begn watching 'A Night to Remember' either side of the last episode of ITVs Titanic yesterday and the question I had was why did ITV even bother. Four episodes of pretentious, cliched, class angst twaddle even with what on the surface (whoops) looked like a good cast. Whereas ANTR oozed class and an understanding of story telling.

 

I'm not even going to bother with the metaphors. It would just be too easy.

Just saw it recently (mainly because I was curious to see the charming Miss Coleman in another role) and I have to say I agree with every word of your assessment. The production was a real shipwreck, it would seem. ;)

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Begn watching 'A Night to Remember' either side of the last episode of ITVs Titanic yesterday and the question I had was why did ITV even bother. Four episodes of pretentious, cliched, class angst twaddle even with what on the surface (whoops) looked like a good cast. Whereas ANTR oozed class and an understanding of story telling.

 

I'm not even going to bother with the metaphors. It would just be too easy.

Just saw it recently (mainly because I was curious to see the charming Miss Coleman in another role) and I have to say I agree with every word of your assessment. The production was a real shipwreck, it would seem. ;)

 

 

Thank you for the validation three years down the line but I still see that you are labouring under the misapprehension that Jenna Coleman is charming. That may be true if charming is actually a code word for annoying and talentless.

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Begn watching 'A Night to Remember' either side of the last episode of ITVs Titanic yesterday and the question I had was why did ITV even bother. Four episodes of pretentious, cliched, class angst twaddle even with what on the surface (whoops) looked like a good cast. Whereas ANTR oozed class and an understanding of story telling.

I'm not even going to bother with the metaphors. It would just be too easy.

 

Just saw it recently (mainly because I was curious to see the charming Miss Coleman in another role) and I have to say I agree with every word of your assessment. The production was a real shipwreck, it would seem. ;)

Thank you for the validation three years down the line but I still see that you are labouring under the misapprehension that Jenna Coleman is charming. That may be true if charming is actually a code word for annoying and talentless.

She was in this. Nevertheless, I like Clara Oswald, particularly the Victorian version.

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Do we really need an individual thread for every movie ever made? Besides, copy-pasting cast members from IMDb, including the uncredited ones (old lady, seaman, etc), is about as uncreative and uninteresting as it gets.

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Do we really need an individual thread for every movie ever made? Besides, copy-pasting cast members from IMDb, including the uncredited ones (old lady, seaman, etc), is about as uncreative and uninteresting as it gets.

 

No.

 

But I thought this one merited a thread, because of the nature of its very large cast. Many actors who later became stars (or at least familiar faces) appeared in it, some as unnamed extras. It makes people go, "oh, look, xxxxx was in it!"

And because it's still the best Titanic film ever made.

 

Re copying the cast from IMDB, it seemed to be the most efficient way. I was not seeking to be "creative" or "interesting".

 

Now fuck off.

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According to IMDB Jane Downs, who played Sylvia Lightoller, died in 2015, but I haven't found an obit.

I would have expected her to get a mention somewhere, as besides her own acting credits she was the widow of Terence Alexander and ex-wife of Gerald Harper.

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According to IMDB Jane Downs, who played Sylvia Lightoller, died in 2015, but I haven't found an obit.

I would have expected her to get a mention somewhere, as besides her own acting credits she was the widow of Terence Alexander and ex-wife of Gerald Harper.

 

Ah Toastie, set me a challenge and I'll help you out if I can.

 

Mentioned here on the Britmovie site: http://www.britmovie.co.uk/forums/actors-actresses/111735-lewis-jones.html

 

And the link to the Winter 2015 Equity Magazine (pages 30/31 - In Memoriam): https://www.equity.org.uk/documents/equity-magazine-winter-2015/

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