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A scene from the 1958 movie, A Night to Remember.

A Night to Remember starts with an error: It shows the Titanic being christened with a bottle of champagne. In reality, the White Star Line never christened its ships. Otherwise, the movie's special effects are decent for the time, and the portrayal of the ship is mostly convincing. To build the sets, the filmmakers used actual Titanic blueprints. And the actors chosen resembled the people they were portraying.

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