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RMS Titanic has been featured in a large number of films and TV movies.

Poster Year Film Director Cast Notes
150px 1912 In Nacht und Eis Mime Misu Waldemar Hecker
Otto Rippert
Ernst Ruckert
Film produced in Germany. It was thought lost until a collector discovered a copy in his collection in 1998.
150px 1912 Saved from the Titanic Étienne Arnaud Dorothy Gibson Starring Titanic survivor Dorothy Gibson. A lost film.
1913 Atlantis August Blom Karl Ludvig Schroder
Axel Garde
Gerhart Hauptmann
Based on a love story in the Titanic.
150px 1920 Sex Fred Niblo Louise Glaum
Irving Cummings
Vamp Louise Glaum and company cross the Atlantic on a fictional ship called Gigantic. Britannic's alledged original name was to be Gigantic but ship in film probably meant to symbolize Titanic.
1929 Atlantic Ewald André Dupont Franklin Dyall
Madeleine Carroll
Film was highly fictionalized. It was retitled Titanic: Disaster in the Atlantic in American home video releases. It nevertheless is the first sound film made about the disaster.
1943 Titanic Werner Klingler
Herbert Selpin
Sybille Schmitz
Hans Nielsen
A 1943 German Nazi propaganda film directed by Werner Von Klingler. The first film to use singularly the name Titanic.
1953 Titanic Jean Negulesco Clifton Webb
Barbara Stanwyck
Robert Wagner
Audrey Dalton
Harper Carter
Thelma Ritter
Brian Aherne
Richard Basehart
American drama film. Its plot is centered around an estranged couple sailing on the maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic
1958 A Night to Remember Roy Ward Baker Kenneth More
Ronald Allen
Robert Ayres
Honor Blackman
Film based on the book by Walter Lord starring Kenneth More as the ship's Second Officer Charles Lightoller. Renowned for it's factual accuracy and documentary styleTemplate:By whom.
1964 The Unsinkable Molly Brown Charles Walters Debbie Reynolds
Harve Presnell
Ed Begley
American musical film directed by Charles Walters. The screenplay by Helen Deutsch is based on the book of the 1960 musical The Unsinkable Molly Brown by Richard Morris.
1979 S.O.S. Titanic William Hale David Janssen
Cloris Leachman
Susan Saint James
David Warner
Ian Holm
Television movie that depicts the doomed 1912 voyage from the perspective of three distinct groups of passengers in First, Second, and Third Class, and respectively in an historically inaccurate fashion.
1980 Raise The Titanic (film) Jerry Jameson Jason Robards
Richard Jordan
David Selby
Anne Archer
Alec Guinness
The film was inspired by Clive Cussler's popular novel Raise the Titanic!. The film, however, was poorly received by critics and proved to be a box office bomb, losing most of its over $35m estimated budget.
1995 Titanica: IMAX IMAX documentary film about the Titanic narrated by Leonard Nimoy.
1996 Titanic Robert Lieberman Peter Gallagher
George C. Scott
Catherine Zeta-Jones
Eva Marie Saint
Tim Curry
Harley Jane Kozak
Marilu Henner
Made-for-TV movie that premiered on CBS in 1996, with numerous inaccuracies and factual errors.
1996 No Greater Love Richard T. Heffron Jaclyn Smith Made-for-television romance movie in which a young woman takes charge of her young siblings, upon losing her fiance and parents in the disaster. Based on the Danielle Steel novel of the same name.
1997 Titanic James Cameron Leonardo DiCaprio
Kate Winslet
Billy Zane
Kathy Bates
Frances Fisher
Gloria Stuart
Bernard Hill
Victor Garber
Danny Nucci
Bill Paxton
American romantic epic film. Best known film about Titanic disaster. The main characters and the central love story are fictional, but some characters (such as members of the ship's passengers and crew) are based on historical figures. At the time, the picture became the most expensive film ever made, costing approximately US$200 million with funding from Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox.
2000 Britannic Brian Trenchard-Smith Edward Atterton
Amanda Ryan
Jacqueline Bisset
Ben Daniels
John Rhys-Davies
Bruce Payne
Based on the sinking of the HMHS Britannic, but features the Titanic sinking in a flashback.
2001 Titanic: The Legend Goes On Camillo Teti Lisa Russo
Mark Thompson-Ashworth
Gisella Matthews
Kenneth Belton
Gregory Snegoff
Italian animated film about the sinking of the RMS Titanic.
2003 Ghosts of the Abyss James Cameron Bill Paxton
James Cameron
Dr. John Broadwater
Dr. Lori Johnston
3D IMAX documentary film released by Walt Disney Pictures and Walden Media.
2010 Titanic 2 Shane Van Dyke Bruce Davison
Brooke Burns
Shane Van Dyke
Marie Westbrook
Upcoming disaster film by The Asylum. The film takes place in 2012, 100 years since the sinking of the RMS Titanic. A new luxury cruise liner, the Titanic 2, has been christened, and is soon to embark on her maiden voyage, on the same route the Titanic took 100 years before. During the voyage, an iceberg comes onto her path and her crew must prevent her from suffering the same fate of her predecessor.

The most widely viewed is the 1997 film Titanic, directed by James Cameron and starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. After its release it became the highest-grossing film in history (it has since been superseded by Avatar), taking over $600 million in the U.S. and beating the 20-year record-holder Star Wars by $140 million.<ref>Box Office - Movies - New York Times</ref> The film grossed over $1.8 billion worldwide. It also won 11 Academy Awards, tying with Ben-Hur (1959) and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) for the most awards won. The wide success of the film spurred additional interest in the Titanic story over a variety of media.

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