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Titanic may refer to: Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary (a portmanteau of wiki and dictionary) is a multilingual, Web-based project to create a free content dictionary, available in over 150 languages. ...

  • RMS Titanic, an ocean liner infamous for sinking on her maiden voyage in 1912

For other uses, see Titanic. ...

Films entitled Titanic

To find related topics in a list, see Films about the RMS Titanic.

This article or section is incomplete and may require expansion and/or cleanup. ... Titanic is a 1997 American romantic drama film directed, written, and co-produced by James Cameron about the sinking of the RMS Titanic. ... Titanic was a 1943 Nazi propaganda film made during World War II in Berlin by Tobis Productions for Ufa Films. ... Titanic is a 1953 dramatic movie directed by Jean Negulesco. ... Titanic was a made-for-TV movie that premiered in 1996. ... S.O.S. Titanic (1979) is a television movie that covers the doomed 1912 voyage as it is experienced by two second-class passengers, one played by David Warner, who would go on to play a personal security person to a first-class passenger in the 1997 film Titanic. ...

Popular Media

Titanic is the soundtrack to the movie by the same name composed by James Horner. ... Titanic: The Musical was a musical that opened on Broadway in 1997. ... Titanic, is a one-act play written by Christopher Durang. ... Titanic: Adventure Out of Time is a video game for the personal computer. ... The Titanic (also known as It Was Sad When That Great Ship Went Down and Titanic (Husbands and Wives)) is a folk song and childrens song most known for being sung in the United States at summer camp. ... The Academy Award-winning film Titanic has been released to DVD both as a single disc edition and a special edition box set. ...

Places involving the Titanic

Harland and Wolffs gantry cranes Samson and Goliath, in Titanic Quarter, Belfast Titanic Quarter in Belfast, is an area situated on reclaimed land in Belfast city harbour, formerly called Queens Island. ...

Other things not directly related to the ship

This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Titanic was a rock band from Norway, which also included a British member in its line-up. ... The chemical compound Titanic acid, Ti(OH)4, is a white weak acid that is a hydrated form of titanium dioxide. ... The old Steel cable of a colliery winding tower Steel is a metal alloy whose major component is iron, with carbon content between 0. ... The Titanic Brewery is a regional producer of real ales in Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent. ... Founded in 1973 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Titanic Records was one of the pioneers in the recording of Early Music on period instruments. ... Front cover of the box from the original US Windows 95 CD-ROM release of Starship Titanic, by Simon & Schuster Interactive. ... Salman Raduyev (or Raduev, Russian: Салман Радуев; February 13, 1967 — December 14, 2002) was a Chechen rebel leader. ... Nachtflug (1992) is the eighth album by Falco. ...

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Titanic sank on her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York on 15 April 1912 with the loss of 1,522 lives.
Unlike earlier ships, many staterooms onboard Titanic were fitted with freestanding beds rather than less desirable built-in berths.
Omagh author Martina Devlin was doing some research for a book, she stumbled upon some facts which suggested that in her own family history, there was Titanic tragedy and romance to rival that of the greatest of Hollywood love stories.
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The Titanic sailed under British registry as part of the White Star Line, which was owned by a United States company controlled by the financier J.P. Morgan.
Sonar experts, naval architects (including one from the shipyard that built the Titanic), a microbiologist, and historians of the shipwreck were among the experts accompanying the expedition.
At the time of the Titanic's sinking there were conflicting reports as to whether the ship broke up at the surface or sank intact.
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