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The Titanic History

The Titanic sank during her first and final voyage across the Atlantic Ocean when she struck an iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland in 1912. Back to Article

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-Yolo.Swag(:
-Yolo.Swag(: wrote:
2012-02-11 18:04:29 -0800

omg , I love this movie , it's so romantic ♥

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basketballlover714
basketballlover714 wrote:
2012-02-11 17:01:07 -0800

I love this movie

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cright2
cright2 wrote:
2012-02-11 08:20:50 -0800

The movie was AMAZING I just couldn't imagine being on that ship preparing to die or live.

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FitchlyChase15
FitchlyChase15 wrote:
2011-11-26 18:43:07 -0800

i luv the titanic about to celebrate 100 years april 15 may u rest in peace people of the tradgedy

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BOBANDRAWR
BOBANDRAWR wrote:
2011-11-25 13:37:02 -0800

I cried when i was watching the movie! Waaaaa! WhaaaaaaAA!

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Cindy560
Cindy560 wrote:
2011-11-25 13:32:36 -0800

so sad Worried

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Rocky2245
Rocky2245 wrote:
2011-11-25 13:07:38 -0800

it was a sad movie

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luvu-lots-10
luvu-lots-10 wrote:
2011-11-24 22:17:16 -0800

I love the movie and its sad but its jut so awesomesmile!!!!!!

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Nin@ 123 x
Nin@ 123 x wrote:
2011-07-17 07:41:10 -0700

The titanic is so sad , but i love it Frown

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Rawr_Rawr_Dragon
Rawr_Rawr_Dragon wrote:
2011-07-13 10:06:17 -0700

I Love The Movie && I Heart Jack Grin

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Rawr_Rawr_Dragon
Rawr_Rawr_Dragon wrote:
2011-07-13 10:05:34 -0700

I'm In Love With The Movie I

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ocalais147
ocalais147 wrote:
2011-07-13 09:53:10 -0700

I luv that movie,but it is kinda sad!! Sad

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Can.You.Un-Break.My.Heart?
Can.You.Un-Break.My.Heart? wrote:
2011-07-13 09:47:47 -0700

I watched the original version of the movie. Th black and white one. I don't usually cry during movies, but... Yeah. You see where that's going.

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-Crazy.Artist.Of.The.Future-
-Crazy.Artist.Of.The.Future- wrote:
2011-07-13 07:29:43 -0700

It's a movie. But, it was a true story.

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purplefrek
purplefrek wrote:
2011-07-13 07:21:32 -0700

It's really sad... Sad

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Super Rapgirl
Super Rapgirl wrote:
2011-07-13 07:16:08 -0700

i like dis movie becauz it break my heart (Sobbing)

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Super Rapgirl
Super Rapgirl wrote:
2011-07-13 07:15:22 -0700

i like dis movie becauz it break my

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-.KatieChaos.-
-.KatieChaos.- wrote:
2011-07-13 07:14:49 -0700

You've never seen it Jonah?!?!?
I love that movie! XD
I cry, yeah whatever.
A lot of people do. XD

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Ms_Lexiie.!_1842847
Ms_Lexiie.!_1842847 wrote:
2011-07-13 06:17:00 -0700

I have never seen this movie.!

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OhCasey_1841914
OhCasey_1841914 wrote:
2011-07-12 23:48:18 -0700

Yeahhh. I cry everytime.

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How Did the Captain of theTitanic Die?

  • He sank with the Titanic.
  • He shot himself with a pistol before the ship sank.
  • He froze to death as he swam toward a lifeboat with a baby in his arms.
  • He died from a heart attack years after the Titanic sank.

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